The Tax Collector is responsible for the collection of taxes levied on all properties in Brick Township. These include municipal government taxes, public school taxes, county government taxes, library, open space and fire district taxes.
The Tax Collector for Brick Township is Kelly Napolitano. Kelly has been an employee of the Township of Brick since 1988. She has been in the Tax Collector’s Office since 1993 and became a Certified Tax Collector in April 2009.
The Tax Collector’s Office is open Monday through Friday, 9am-4pm. You can reach the Tax Collector’s Office by phone at 732-262-1021.
When are tax payments due?
Property taxes are billed in Brick based on a calendar year, January 1st to December 31st.
- First Quarter due February 1st covers billing for the months of January, February & March.
- Second Quarter due May 1st covers billing for the months of April, May, & June.
- Third Quarter due August 1st covers billing for the months of July, August, & September.
- Fourth Quarter due November 1st covers billing for the months of October, November, & December.
There is a 10 day grace period, on the 11th day interest is calculated back to the 1st. If the 10th falls on a weekend or legal holiday, you have until the next working day to make payment. We cannot accept postmarks.
Failure to receive a tax bill does not exempt you from paying taxes or the interest due on delinquent taxes.
How can I pay my taxes?
Taxes can be paid in person using a check, cash or credit card. The office is open weekdays from 9 am to 4 pm.
Taxes can be paid by check via mail to: Tax Collector, Township of Brick, 401 Chambers Bridge Road, Brick, NJ 08723
Online payments can be made through Paymentus Corporation. Be advised, Paymentus charges a convenience fee of 2.5% for credit and debit. Payments made through Paymentus are not received until the next business day and interest may be charged accordingly. While the Paymentus system also allows for the use of e-checks for an additional fee, please be aware of the following information: In accordance with National Automated Clearing House (NACHA) guidelines, there is a 10-business day hold on processing all e-checks which may affect the timeliness of the receipt of payment. Using the e-check option, your payments may not be cleared until AFTER the 10-day mandated hold which can leave you subject to interest that is due on any payment received after the 10-day grace period of each quarter. Again, please carefully consider selecting this option.
Do not mail credit card information to us.
We cannot accept Paymentus payments for Tax Sale items or to Redeem Tax Liens.
To make an online payment visit https://ipn2.paymentus.com/rotp/tobt or call 1-866-335-0474.
Property owners may fill out a short form and provide a voided check at the tax office which will allow the Township to make a direct withdrawal (at no additional cost to the property owner or the Township) from the taxpayer’s checking account or savings account. ACH payment may be cancelled by the property owner in writing at any time prior to the quarterly tax due date. ACH payments will come out of your account during the ten-day grace period.
How do I go about filing an appeal?
All appeal questions should be directed to the Ocean County Board of Taxation 732-929-2008.
When will I be billed for any improvements done to my property?
After construction is deemed complete, an assessment will be placed on the property for this improvement. The new assessment will cause additional bill(s) to be issued. A bill called an Added Assessment Bill will be sent out in October and will be due November 1st (4th qtr) of the current year, February 1st and May 1st of the following year. The added bill must be combined together with your original tax bill that was received in June/July. When the new bills are generated the following June, all taxes will be combined into one bill unless additional construction took place.
What if I have a lien on my property and want to pay it off?
We need a written request (72 hours prior) requesting a redemption figure, with a date that the Tax Office will receive the payment, along with the block/lot/lien number. This payment for redemption must be certified funds, cash, or money order.