Monday through Friday, 8:00 AM to 4:00 PM
Daryn L. Cashin, CTC
phone: 973-383-4280 ext 228
phone: 973-383-4280 ext 329
email: JMarchione@andovertwp.org office hours: Tuesdays, 5-7 PM
Due Dates for Taxes
First Quarter Taxes are due on February 01
Second Quarter Taxes are due on May 01
Third Quarter Taxes are due on August 01
Fourth Quarter Taxes are due on November 01
There is a ten-day grace period. If payment is not received within the first ten days of the due date, interest is due from the first day, at the rate of 8% per annum on the first $1500, and 18% per annum on any amount over $1500.
Taxes can be paid by mail. Make check payable to Andover Township and mail to 134 Newton Sparta Road Newton, NJ 07860, Attn: Tax Collector. Please enclose your payment stub. Your canceled check will be your receipt. If you want a receipt other than the canceled check, please enclose your entire bill along with a self addressed stamped envelope.
Taxes can be paid in person at the Municipal Building. If you want a receipt, please bring your entire bill. If you are paying by cash, please bring the exact amount. The office is open Monday through Friday from 8:30 AM. to 3:30 PM.
There is also a secure payment drop box on a pillar at the front entrance of the municipal building for after hours. (NO CASH PLEASE!!!) The box will be checked both first thing in the morning and at the close of each business day. Please note that payments left after closing will not be credited to your account until our next business day.
No notices at this time.
Forms and Applications page
Property Taxpayers Bill of Rights
Tax Office Information
The tax office will accept tax payments Monday through Friday from 8:30 AM to 3:30 PM. The Tax Collector's Office is located in room 202 of the Municipal Building.
Municipal Tax Collectors are licensed officials, governed by the New Jersey Division of Local Government and regulated by New Jersey State Statutes. The general duties of the Tax Office is to collect revenues (taxes) to fund local schools, municipalities, and county governments. Specific functions include collection of taxes, generation of tax bills, enforcement through penalties and interest, redemption's, tax sales, and reporting.