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Extended Hours for Edison Tax Office

Mayor Lankey has announced the Tax Collector’s Office will remain open: 

until 4:30 pm on Friday, December 29th    

9am to 1pm on Saturday, December 30th 

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The Mayor is making this accommodation due to the high volume of taxpayers wishing to pre-pay 2018 property taxes.

The Township encourages taxpayers to make payments online. This can be done until midnight, Saturday, December 31st: 

Payments by mail, will be accepted and posted as paid in 2017, if they are postmarked by midnight, Saturday, December 31st 

Those wishing to use the Payment Drop Box at the entrance to the Municipal Building, can do so prior to midnight, Saturday, December 31st

Tax amounts for 3rd and 4th quarter are not available and therefore cannot be paid online. Please keep in mind that these quarters are not officially assessed yet, please contact your accountant to determine whether you benefit from pre-paying 2018 third and fourth quarter taxes.

This is the link to the Executive Order signed by Governor Christie on December 27th regarding pre-payment of 2018 property taxes: 

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