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The property tax is divided among the County of Morris, the Randolph Board of Education, and the township. The chart illustrates the percentage that each of the jurisdictions receives from the average taxpayer in the township.
2022 Tax Dollar Apportionment
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Real estate taxes are due on February 1, May 1, August 1, and November 1.
The township allows for a ten-day grace period for receipt of the taxes. Any property tax payment received after the tenth calendar day is considered late, and interest will be charged back to the first day due. Payment is date of receipt, not postmarked date. Delinquent interest rate is 8% on the first $1,500 and 18% on amounts above. A penalty of 6% shall be charged for any delinquency in excess of $10,000 which has not been paid, as billed, prior to the end of the calendar year.
The tax collection division is located in the township municipal building and is open Monday through Friday, from 8:30 am to 4:30 pm. For your convenience, there is also a drop-off box located by the front door of the municipal building. All transactions deposited in the box will be posted the next day.
Yes! The Township of Randolph is pleased to offer you the opportunity to pay your property taxes online, 24/7, from the convenience of your home or office. The secure online tax payment services are provided at no additional cost to residents.
Yes! The Township of Randolph's payment program enables property owners to have their tax payment directly withdrawn from a checking or savings account every quarter. To enroll in the payment program, download and complete the Direct Debit Tax Payment Agreement (PDF) and return it to the tax collector's office via mail or in person.
There are several property tax benefits that are offered at the local level:
There are two separate property relief programs that are handled at the state level - the ANCHOR and the Senior Freeze (Property Tax Reimbursement) programs. For more information, visit the New Jersey Taxation website or use the following numbers to contact the programs directly:
Forms to apply for a veteran or senior citizen deduction can be obtained from the tax collector's office.