The Mount Arlington Borough Tax Department strives to provide the highest level of customer service and a direct link between the residents and their local government. This is achieved through an unwavering commitment to the foundation and pillars of government ethics: Integrity, Trust, Honor, Duty, Respect and Transparency.
Property taxes are mailed out once a year in the summer. Tax Bills consist of four quarters, the 3rd and 4th of the current year and the 1st and 2nd quarter of the following year.
Tax bills are due on:
** All tax due dates have a 10-day grace period after which interest will be charged back to the due date. Postmarks are not accepted.
Per NJSA 54:4-64, failure to receive a tax bill does not relieve the homeowner from paying property taxes or delinquent interest.
When there is a change of ownership, the tax bill is to be forwarded from the previous owner to the new owner. If you are a new homeowner and have not received a tax or utility bill, please contact the Tax/utility Department at 973-398-6832 x113 or x120.
Applications for tax deductions can be found under the forms section of the Borough’s website. Please contact the Tax Department for any specific questions.
Below are property tax relief programs offered through the State of New Jersey:
The Tax Department is located at Borough Hall,
419 Howard Blvd.
Mount Arlington, NJ 07856.
To contact this department by email, please fill out our contact form and a representative will reach out.