Sewer bills are mailed once a year in January and contain two biannual payment stubs.
If you do not receive a sewer bill in January please contact our office.
Sewer bills are due April 1 and October 1.
Any sewer user fees remaining unpaid after nine calendar days following the due date are subject to interest at the rate of 8% per annum on the first $1,500 and 18% per annum for any amount over $1,500, retroactive to the due date.
Separate checks are required for tax and sewer payments.
When selling your property, this bill must be handed over to the new owner at the time of closing.
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Payments: may be made by mail, online, or in person at our office during regular business hours.
Payment online: using Edmund’s WIPP allows you to make a one-time payment or create an account to schedule payments at a future date.
Bank’s Bill Pay: Payments may also be made by using bill pay from your bank. When using bill pay make sure to include your block, lot, and qualifier(if any) and/or account number in the memo. Payments lacking property identification may be returned. Please note, bill pay payments are not electronic, your bank converts these payments into a paper check that is mailed through the postal system. Keep in mind when scheduling your payment to allow enough time to be delivered by the due date. We suggest at least 7-10 days.
After hours: There is a mail slot in the front of the building for your convenience. Payments placed in the mail slot after closing will be receipted the next day.
Postmarks: The State of New Jersey does not allow the use ofpostmarksfor tax payment acceptance dates, so payments must be in our office by the end of the grace period by closing time on the due date.
Receipts: If you wish for a receiptand pay by mail, include the entire bill and a self-addressed stamped envelope with your payment.
As a statutory office of the State of New Jersey, the tax collector is obligated to follow all of the State Statutes regarding property tax collection including billing, due dates, interest on delinquent tax payments, and tax sale procedures.
Mail tax and sewer bills to:
Township of Morris Tax Collector’s Office
50 Woodland Ave.
P.O. Box 7603
Convent Station, NJ 07961-7603
Public Records: To obtain a public record from the tax office, an OPRA form must be filled out and sent to the Township Clerk’s Office.
Lien redemption requests: Must be made in writing to the Tax Collector. At no time should you approach the lien holder. All redemptions must be made through the Tax Collector’s Office. Written requests should include the date you anticipate making a payment and a statement of your legal interest in the property. New Jersey Tax Sale law only allows parties of interest the right to redeem a lien.