Department: Tax Collector’s Office

Office Location:
100 Mount Laurel Road
Mount Laurel, NJ 08054
Phone: 856-778-9596
Fax: 856-234-8621

Office Hours: Monday – Friday, 8:00am – 4:00pm

Tax Collector - Kim Muchowski
Office Email
 Ext: 856-234-0001 Ext 1222 

Clerk – Stephanie Sago(856) 234-0001 Ext: 1283
Office Email

Clerk – Carol Ann Cammarata (856) 234-0001 Ext.1285

Office email –

Deputy Tax Officer - (856) 234-0001 Ext: 1213

Office Email

For information on how to register for Auto Debit: CLICK HERE for process; Click Here for ACH Application Form

General Information

The Mayor’s Letter 2016

Taxes are due

  • February 1st
  • May 1st
  • August 1st (Grace period to be exteded once the County Certifies the 2016 Tax Rate.)
  • November 1st

There is a ten (10) day grace period. (N.J.S.A. 54:4-66)

Postmarks: Postmarks will not be accepted.

Interest: Interest will be charged at the rate of 8% on the first $1,500.00 of delinquency and 18% on any amount of delinquency over $1,500.00. (N.J.S.A. 54:4-67)

Receipts: To receive a receipt for payment, please include a self-addressed stamped envelope. No receipt will be sent unless a self-addressed stamped envelope is included.

Mortgages: If you have a mortgage company escrowing for taxes and they do not receive a copy of the tax bill from the Tax Office it is your responsibility to see that they get a copy.

Change of Mailing Address: Please complete this form

Tax Deductions: Contact the Collector or the Assessor’s office for applications.

Duplicate bill fee: The duplicate bill fee is $2.00


Note of Advice: If your bringing your tax payment in try to avoid Tuesdays since we hear from our taxpayers that there is no parking available, because Mt. Laurel holds Court on Tuesdays.

Paying your taxes in the year they are due not only avoids a Lien on your property but keeps the Reserve For Uncollected Taxes at a minimal. That relates to keeping the Local Purpose Tax Stable.


Property Tax Reimbursement (Senior Freeze)(pdf)

If you can answer yes to all of the questions below, you may be eligible for the Property Tax Reimbursement Program.

1. Were you 65 years old or Disabled, receiving Federal Social Security Benefits as of December 31, 2009?
2. Did you live in New Jersey since before January 1, 2010?
3. Did you live in your current home since before January 1, 2007?
4. Was your income
—2008: $70,000 or less?
—2009: $80,000 or less?

If you answered yes to all of these questions you can obtain an application by calling the Property Tax Reimbursement Hotline @ 1-800-882-6597 or scrolling down to the bottom of this page and clicking on the link to print your application.

Please keep in mind that you must come to the Tax Collector’s Office to have your PTR1A stamped and completed to verify how much your taxes were and that they are paid. It only takes a few minutes and you don’t need an appointment.

New Jersey Property Tax Relief Information