COUNTY ASSESSOR'S OFFICE
The main function of the Assessor's office is to value all real property at full and fair value in the County for the purpose of tax assessment, prepare the tax list, maintain records, and up-to-date tax maps.
|Assessing Date||October 1 of pre-tax year|
|Certification of Preliminary Tax List||November 1 of pre-tax year|
|Notification of Assessment Post Cards||November 15 of pre-tax year|
|Added/Omitted Appeal Filing Deadline||By 4:00pm on December 1|
|Assessment Appeal Filing Deadline||By 4:00pm in person or online on|
|Assessment Appeal Hearings||February, March, and April|
|Tax List Filed||May 5|
|Farmland Applications||By 4:00pm on August 1|
How Do I
Appeal my property tax assessment? Appeals can be filed after receipt of the Notification of Assessment postcard in November with the County Board of Taxation.
Appeal an Added/Omitted tax assessment? Appeals can be filed after receipt of the Added/Omitted Assessment in October with the County Board of Taxation.
Apply for a Veteran or Surviving Spouse/Civil Union or Domestic Partner of Veteran or Serviceperson Deduction? Application
Apply for a Property Tax Exemption on the Dwelling of a Disabled Veteran or Surviving Spouse/Civil Union or Domestic Partner of Disabled Veteran or Serviceperson? Application
State of New Jersey Homestead Rebate. The Homestead Rebate may be available to some taxpayers. The eligibility requirements and benefits are determined by the State. Call 1-877-658-2972 or click here to visit the State link
State of New Jersey Property Tax Reimbursement (Senior Freeze or Blue Book). The Program reimburses eligible seniors or individuals receiving federal Social Security disability benefits for property tax increases. Call 1-800-882-6597 or click here to visit the State link
Request a 200 foot List: The request and payment should be made directly to the Clerk of the municipality where the subject property lies. Upon receipt of the request from the municipality; the completed certified list of owners will be forwarded to the municipality within the statutory deadline.
*Face coverings are optional to enter the building.
*Mantua Reassessment in process for tax year 2023.
New Jersey Statutes Annotated (NJSA)
The Gloucester County Office of Assessment derives its authority from and operated pursuant to New Jersey Statutes Annotated (NJSA) Title 54, Taxation.
As of April 1, 2013, the County Assessor's Office is responsible for all Municipal Assessment Functions.