Billing & Tax Payment

Billing & Tax Payment

Your tax bill is mailed out twice annually. By the end of June for the August tax quarter; and mid-September for the November, February and May tax quarters. 

Your property tax bill includes taxes collected for:

  • Township of Pemberton
  • County of Burlington
  • County of Burlington Farmland and Open Space Fund
  • Pemberton Township Board of Education
  • County Library

Collection of Payments

After collection, payments are made to the County of Burlington and Pemberton Township Board of Education for their portion of taxes. The balance of the collections is used to fund local municipal expenses. New Jersey Law requires that Municipal Government serves as a billing and collection agency for all separate entities.

If You Did Not Receive a Tax Bill

Taxpayers are urged to read all of the information contained on the front and back of their tax bills. Please note that according to New Jersey Statutes, failure to receive a tax bill does not exempt a property owner from payment of taxes. If you do not receive your bill, please contact the Tax Office at 609-894-3370.

If you receive a tax bill that says “Not a Bill - For Advice Only”, and you pay your own taxes, please use the “advice only” bill to make payment and notify our office to remove the bank code from your account.

Due Dates

Although your property tax bills are mailed out twice annually, taxes are due on a quarterly basis on the following dates:

  • February 1
  • May 1                                                          
  • August 1
  • November 1

Sample Tax Bill

Grace Period

A ten-day grace period to the 10th of the month is allowed by resolution of the Township Council after which interest is charged from the first day of the month in which payments were due. For example, the First Quarter taxes are due on February 1 each year. If payments are received after February 10, interest is retroactive to the original due date of February 1 as per NJ.S.A. 54:4-66. If the 10th falls on the weekend or a Holiday in which the office is closed, then the grace period moves to the next business day.

How to Pay

Payments can be made by mail, in person, on our website, or dropped off at the drop box located at the front of the municipal building. Payment can be made with cash, check, or money order. Please make checks and money orders payable to Township of Pemberton. 

***Please be aware that any checks written to Pemberton Township, that are returned due to insufficient funds, will be reversed in the system and a letter will be sent requiring you to make a replacement payment with Cash, Money Order or Certified Funds. In addition to the replacement payment, you will also be assessed a $20.00 NSF Fee, that will need to be paid with guaranteed funds. 

Online Payments

This web-based service allows residents of the Township to inquire about their property taxes and to pay their bills safely online: CLICK HERE to visit the site.

Mailing Payments

If you are mailing your payments, please note that payments are processed based on the date received. Post mark dates are not acceptable per New Jersey Statutes. Please allow adequate mailing time to ensure that payment arrives in the office within the applicable payment time frame. If you are mailing a check or money order, please be certain that payment amount is correct for the applicable tax quarter. If only the tax stub is mailed, then your check will be your receipt, however, if you would like a receipt mailed back, then please send the entire tax bill and a self-addressed stamped envelope and it will be receipted and mailed back to you.

Late Payments

Delinquent payments will be applied to interest first and then to the oldest principal. The unpaid principal balance will be considered delinquent and will accrue interest. Interest accrues at 8% on the first $1,500 of total delinquency; thereafter, interest accrues at 18%. Once an account reaches an interest rate of 18% it will remain at this level until the entire account is brought current. In addition, delinquent current calendar year balances on December 31st are subject to a year-end penalty of 6%.

Failure to Receive Tax Bill

Please Note: Failure to receive a tax bill does not relieve you of the obligation to make payments by the quarterly due dates. Interest and/or penalties will apply from the original due date if you are late in making any payment.


The Tax Collector’s Office is open the following hours:
Monday through Friday
8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.