WOOD-RIDGE, NJ - Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Borough of Wood-Ridge will not be accepting in person tax payments for payment due on May 1, according to Mayor Paul Sarlo at Wednesday night's Council meeting. All payments should be made via the mail or the internet according to a letter mailed to all residents who do not have their taxes paid by their banks through escrow.
A copy of the letter is below:
April 8, 2020
Tax payments due on May 1st may not be made in person at Borough Hall because of social distancing rules related to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Tax payments must be made in one of the following two ways:
Mail a personal check, bank check or a money order, payable to “Borough of Wood-Ridge”, to Wood-Ridge Tax Office, 85 Humboldt Street, Wood-Ridge, NJ 07075. If you have your tax bill, please include Stub # 2020-2 from your tax bill in the envelope or write your property block and lot number in the memo area of the check or money order.
Pay by credit card, debit card or e-check on the Borough of Wood-Ridge website at www.njwoodridge.org. Click on: Departments, then Tax Collector’s Office, then Pay Your Property Tax Online and complete the online payment platform.
** DO NOT MAIL CASH **
** DO NOT LEAVE PAYMENTS AT BOROUGH HALL **
Thank you for your cooperation and understanding
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