Division of Tax Collection and Assessor Office
Tax Collector Sharon Curran
Hours: M – F, 9 am – 4 pm
Phone: (201) 420-2078
Fax: (201) 420-2082
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As the Tax Collector, one of the main functions of the department is billing and collecting all property taxes within the City.
Attention All Taxpayers:
The City of Hoboken taxes are being billed on a Calendar Year Schedule.
The Tax Office will send One Tax Bill that shows (4) Quarters and the due dates.
The tax bill you receive will show the amounts due for August and November of 2015. It will also include the amounts due for February and May of 2016. Please do not disregard this bill after the August payment. Use this bill to pay the November, 2015, February, 2016 and May, 2016.
The Quarterly Tax due dates are as follow:
Third Quarter- August 1st – August 14th, 2015
Fourth Quarter- November 1st-10th, 2015
First Quarter-February 1st-10th, 2016
Second Quarter- May 1st-10th, 2016
Payments received after the due dates will be charged interest from the first of each quarterly due date until payment is received by the Tax Collector’s Office.
We do not accept post marks.
The Tax Collector’s Office will be open from 8am to 6pm on the following nights:
8/05/2015, 11/4/2015, 2/3/2016 & 5/4/2016.
The Tax Office will be open from 8am to 5pm the first 10 business days of each quarter.
Please read the back of your tax bill for more tax information.
If you move or want your tax bill sent to another address please put your request in writing and send to the Tax Assessor’s Office or e-mail the information to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The property tax bill shows a separate line item showing the minimum required appropriation for the Hoboken Public Library as a separate tax levy pursuant to a recently enacted State law (P.L. 2011, c.38). The municipal tax levy was reduced by the same amount as the new library tax levy. This change does not result in a property tax increase and is to help you better understand the cost of library services reflected in your tax bill.
You can also visit www.hobokennj.org/proptaxes to look up your property tax records.
The Procedure in the Tax Collector’s Office for processing County Board Judgments:
The adjustment to the levy is applied to the fourth quarter taxes and if there is a balance, the third quarter taxes. Please be advised the levy adjustment cannot be calculated or applied until there is a certified tax rate. After the November tax payments are credited to all the tax accounts the tax office will review each account with a Hudson County Judgment and refund by resolution the overpayments due to Tax Court Judgments. The overpayments will be refunded to the petitioner or the attorney who represented the petitioner.
An adjustment will also be reflected on the first and second quarters for the following year on the same tax bill. After the adjustment is applied to the tax account a revised bill will be sent to the owner of property and if the case may be the mortgage company of record.
Added Assessment/Omitted Tax Bills
Added Assessment and Omitted Tax Bills are for properties that have made improvements enhancing the value of the property.
The bills are mailed in October and are due November 1st. -10th (with an extension).
Payments received after November 10th will be assessed interest from November 1st, until payment is received by the tax office.
Note: Contact the Tax Collector’s Office for a Redemption Statement on a lien before making payment. The figures on the website are not accurate. Payments for liens are only accepted by certified check, cash or money orders.
Ordinance for Bounced Checks
Ordinance 2009 DR-400
Payments can be made in cash, certified check or money order
Mailing address for Tax Payments
The City of Hoboken Tax Collector’s Office
94 Washington St.
Hoboken, NJ 07030
Make checks payable to: City of Hoboken Tax Collector’s Office
Assessor Sal Bonaccorsi
Hours: M – F, 9 am – 4 pm
Phone: (201) 420-2023 / (201)-420-2025
Fax: (201) 420-2043
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As the Assessor for the City of Hoboken, one of the main functions of the department is maintaining the tax map and the tax list, which includes property owners, mailing addresses and assessments. We also administer the senior citizen/ disabled person and veteran deductions. All copies of records can be obtained through the City Clerk’s Office. Owner’s records and deed information can be reviewed below.
Tax Assessment Map
Property Owner and Deeds Information
Change of Address form