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Tax Information

When are tax bills mailed?
Tax bills are mailed out once a year inlate June or early July. New bills are not mailed when there is a change in ownership, you must contact the tax office and request a bill.
When are tax payments due?
Property taxes are billed in Avon on a calendar year, January 1st to December 31st. The first quarter covers Jan.-March, second April-June, third July-Sept. and the fourth Oct-Dec. Payments are due in the middle of each quarter or February 1st, May 1st, August 1st, November 1st (there is a 10 day grace period, on the 11th day interest is calculated back to the 1st). If the 10th falls on a weekend or legal holiday, you have until the next working day to make payment. We cannot accept postmarks. Failure to receive a tax bill does not exempt you from paying taxes or the interest due on delinquent taxes.
How can I pay my taxes?
Tax payments may be made with check, cash, or money order. We do not accept credit card payments at this time. Any open balances after December 31st of the current year are subject to our tax sale.

Please mail payments to:
Borough of Avon
301 Main Street
Avon, NJ 07717

How can I obtain information on the Tax Sale Process?
How do I go about filing an appeal?
What if I want to change my mailing address?
This request must be made in writing and signed by the property owner, along with the block/lot and property address and sent to:

Borough of Avon
301 Main Street
Avon, NJ 07717
FAX: (732) 774-0605

When will I be billed for any improvements done to my property?
You will be sent a letter from the Assessor after the improvement has been issued a Certificate of Occupancy. The letter will advise you of the additional assessed value due and what year(s) are involved. The new assessment will cause additional bill(s) to be issued. The bill, called an added assessment bill, will be sent out in October and due November 1st (4th qtr) of the current year and February 1st and May 1st of the following year. The added bill must be combined together with your original tax bill that was received in June. When the new bills are generated the following June, all taxes will be combined into one bill.