Beverly City Tax Collector
Tax Collector – Dawn Gorman
Public Hours: Suspended until after public health emergency
Please contact the Municipal Clerk at (609) 747-4084 or the City Administrator at (609) 747-4090 for assistance.
Senior Citizens Annual Property Tax Deduction
Annual deduction of $250.00 from property taxes for homeowners age 65 or older or disabled who have been in their home since October 1st of the pretax year, and whose income is less than $10,000/year, after a permitted exclusion of one of the following:
- Social Security Benefits
- Federal Government Retirement/Disability Pension State, County
- Municipal Government Pension
Annual deduction of $250.00 from property taxes for qualified war veterans and their unmarried surviving spouses who have been in their home as of October 1st of the pretax year.
* Forms for the above may be obtained from the Tax Collector or Tax Assessor.
Property Tax Relief Programs
Information about the Homestead Rebate or Property Tax Reimbursement (Tax Freeze) may be found on the NJ Division of Taxation web site
Additional information regarding the Division of Taxation’s Tax Relief Program can be found at https://www.state.nj.us/treasury/taxation/relief.shtml
Make checks payable to: Beverly City
Mailing address: 446 Broad Street, Beverly NJ 08010
Physical address: 446 Broad Street, Beverly NJ 08010
Note: We will not hold postdated checks!
8% on the first $1500.00 and 18% on all delinquencies thereafter. 6% Year End Penalty on all balances (including interest) over $10,000.00 as of 12/31.
Properties are subject to Tax Sale if prior year taxes are delinquent.
Taxes are billed once a year after all budgets are adopted.
Added Assessment Bills
Are for improvements made after October 1st of the pretax year and before September 1st of the current year. These bills are due on November 1st along with the original bill received in June or July. Homeowners with added assessments will be paying with two (2) bills through the second quarter of the following year. You may combine figures on one check.
New Property Owners
When ownership of property changes, the tax bill is to be forwarded to the new homeowner. If you have not received a bill within a reasonable amount of time after purchase, please call the Tax Collectors office for information.
** In order to remove a deceased person from our records, we need a copy of a death certificate.