2019 Senior Freeze Program (Property Tax Reimbursement)

2019 Senior Freeze Program Update - DECEMBER 31, 2020 UPDATED: ​DEADLINE EXTENDED FROM DECEMBER 31, 2020 TO FEBRUARY 1, 2021

SUBJECT TO CHANGE:

ALL TAXPAYERS:

  • Option One: You can mail in copies of your tax receipted tax bills along with your checks instead of coming to town hall for our Tax Collector to fill out your Verification of 2018 and 2019 Property Tax form PTR-1A and/or PTR-2A.
     
  • Option Two: You will need to mail the Verification of Tax form PTR-1A and/or PTR-2A to our Tax Collector with a self-addressed stamped return envelope to be filled out and returned to you. A window drop box exists in the rear of town hall building in the Tax Collector’s window where you can place this form in a sealed envelope Attn: Tax Collector along with a self-addressed stamped return envelope and it will be mailed back to you after completion. Please include your telephone number for any questions.​

The Division of Taxation mailed out applications for the 2019 Senior Freeze Program (Property Tax Reimbursement) to senior citizens and disabled residents who may be eligible for the program. The deadline for filing applications is extended from December 31, 2020 to February 1, 2021. Our Tax Collector will have applications for first-time filers in her office by mid/late March 2020; therefore, you may call for one at your convenience.

The Governor's budget fully funds the 2019 Senior Freeze program. Payments are expected to be paid to eligible taxpayers beginning on October 15, 2020.

For more information go to the State of New Jersey Programs page on our website.