This department is in charge of collecting taxes for the borough, and providing tax bills.
- Tax Bills
- Tax Collection
- Tax Sales
- Tax Liens
- Tax Redemptions
Office hours are Monday thru Friday 9:00am to 4:30pm.
Tax bills are mailed once a year during the summer months for the 3rd and 4th quarters of the current year and for the 1st and 2nd quarters of the subsequent year. Please mark your calendars with the quarterly due dates.
|1st Quarter||Feb 1|
|2nd Quarter||May 1|
|3rd Quarter||Aug 1|
|4th Quarter||Nov 1|
Each of these due dates has a 10 day grace period. If the 10th falls on a weekend or holiday, the grace period is extended to the next business day. Any payment received after the grace period shall be charged interest from the due date.
Please mail tax payments to:
Borough of Roselle
Tax Collector’s Office
210 Chestnut Street, 2nd Floor
Roselle, NJ 07203
24-Hour Payment Drop Box Now Available!
There is now a 24-hour drop box located in the Police Station for tax payments. The payments are picked up from the box every business day at 9:00 AM and posted that same day. Payments placed in the box after 9:00 AM are picked up and posted the following business day. NO CASH PAYMENTS, UNDER ANY CIRCUMSTANCES, SHOULD BE PUT INTO THE DROP BOX.
Please visit the below link for information on New Jersey’s Property Tax Relief Programs.
Annual Post-Tax Year Statement for Senior Citizens/Disabled Deductions
Recipients of a $250 deduction as a Senior Citizen or as a Permanently Disabled Individual must file a statement confirming their eligibility for the deduction after the close of each tax year. This statement, called the Annual Post-Tax Tear Statement (or PD5), is mailed by the Tax Collector to each deduction recipient by February 1st each year. The form must be completed, signed and returned to the Tax Collector on or before March 1st each year. Failure to file the form will result in the deduction being disallowed and charged back.
The PD5 requests the deduction recipient to confirm:
- They did not exceed an income of $10,000, not including Social Security or certain government or railroad pensions (combined income for spouses) for the deduction year just past.
- They do not anticipate exceeding the above income limit for deduction year just started.
- They still met the residency, disability, and/or marital status requirements indicated.
If the property is sold, this form must still be completed by the deduction recipient in order for the deduction to remain in a prorated amount for the portion of the year they owned the property.
If a deduction is disallowed, a taxpayer can appeal to the County Board of Taxation. To obtain information regarding appeals, contact:
Union County Board of Taxation
271 North Broad Street
Elizabeth, NJ 07207
Want to learn more about the elements of a Tax Sale? Click on the link below for basic information.