The online tax payment site will be unavailable for maintenance and upgrades from August 18, 2023 through August 28, 2023.
During the period of August 18, 2023 through August 28, 2023 payments can be made directly at the tax office at Borough Hall.
We are sorry for the inconvenience.
The Tax Collector's Office provides billing and collection of real estate, personal property and special assessment billings.
Please note the following:
If you are missing a tax bill, or we do not have your current address, please contact the Tax Collector's office. FAILURE TO RECEIVE A TAX BILL DOES NOT INVALIDATE THE TAX OR INTEREST DUE ON THE TAX. New Jersey General Statues do not grant Tax Collectors the authority to waive interest.
Frequently Asked Questions
New Property Owners - Welcome to Lodi!
As a new property owner of Lodi, it is your responsibility to be sure you know your property tax obligation. It may take about 3-5 months before the County records your deed and notifies the tax office of the ownership change. Therefore, please call the Tax Office during normal business hours to provide new ownership information and your mailing address. a copy of the current tax bill will be mailed to a new homeowner upon request.
When are Taxes Due?
Real Estate Taxes are due four times a year
|Quarter||Due Date||End of Grace Period Date|
|1st Quarter||February 1st||February 10th|
|2nd Quarter||May 1st||May 10th|
|3rd Quarter||August 1st||August 10th|
|4th Quarter||November 1st||November 10th|
The Borough of Lodi offers a 10 calendar day grace period for payment of taxes. Payment must be received by the last day of the grace period to avoid interest; therefore if the 10th falls on a Saturday, Sunday or Holiday, the last day of the grace period is extended to the next business day. (ie: November 10th falls on a Saturday, we are closed Monday, November 12th for Veterans day, the last day of the grace period would become Tuesday, November 13th to pay to avoid interest).
Pleas note that on the following last day of the grace period, interest will be charged, reverting to the statutory due dates, at 8% on the first $1500.00 and 18% on the remaining balance.
Can the Tax Collector waive interest?
No. Per State Statue 12-146, a Tax Collector does not have the authority to waive interest due on a delinquent tax.
Tax Appeal Information
If you wish to request an appeal on your assessment, when you receive the post card from the County in February, please call the County 201-336-6300 and ask for a Petition to Appeal.
Bergen County Board of Taxation
One Bergen County Plaza - Room 370
Hackensack, NJ 07601
The deadline to file your Appeal is April 1st. Any questions regarding the appeal process please call the Board of Taxation.
Checks or money orders are the only in person/mail form of tax payment. You may also make an online payment.
To pay online click the link below:
Duplicate Tax Bill: $2.00 per bill
Return Check Fee: $20.00