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   Tax Collector
      - What are the tax collector's office hours?
      - Where is the tax collector office located?
      - When are my taxes due?
      - How can I pay my taxes?
      - When are the bills mailed?
      - I can not find my bill, How can I get a new one?
      - Do you collect any other payments?
      - Where do my taxes go?
 


    Tax Collector
          What are the tax collector's office hours?
The tax collector's office hours are 8:00 am - 4:00 pm. Monday-Friday.


          Where is the tax collector office located?

The Sayreville Tax Collector's Office is located on the second floor of the Borough Hall building at 167 Main Street.



          When are my taxes due?
The First Quarter taxes are due February 1
The Second Quarter taxes are due May 1
The Third Quarter Taxes are due August 1
The Fourth Quarter Taxes are due November 1


          How can I pay my taxes?
You can mail in a check or money order, or stop in our office and pay in person with cash, check or money order. You can also now make online payments directly through this website. (Sorry, credit cards are not accepted at this time.)


          When are the bills mailed?
Lately we have been mailing out an estimated bill in July that would be due on August 1st.  Then in September or October (after budget is adopted and rates are struck by the county) the final bills are then mailed, these bills are for the 4th Quarter (due November 1) and for the 1st and 2nd Quarters of the next calendar year.


          I can not find my bill, How can I get a new one?
You may stop by or call the office and we can print out a duplicate bill or tax account print out which can either be picked up or mailed to you.


          Do you collect any other payments?
In our office, you can pay for recycling containers, garbage cans, building and zoning permits, and even your current water/sewer bills if you choose to do so, but we would require a seperate check for the water/sewer bill.


          Where do my taxes go?
The taxes you pay at our office are collected for:
Sayreville Board of Education  (approximately 59.79% of your tax is for Education)
Borough of Sayreville             (approximately 22.97% of your tax is for local uses)
Middlesex County                   (approximately 14.93% of your tax is for County uses)
Middlesex County Open Space (approximately 1.76% of your tax is for County Open Space)
Sayreville Open Space            (approximately .55% of your tax is for Sayreville Open Space)


 




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