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Tax office temporarily not accepting in-person payments

Due to unforeseen staffing issues, the City of Summit Tax Office will not be able to accept in-person tax payments until Tuesday, February 26, 2024. We understand the importance of these transactions and apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.

During this period, we encourage all residents to make use of alternative payment methods. Tax payments can be made online through our secure payment portal without the need to visit City Hall. Additionally, a drop box is available in the entryway adjacent to the courtyard at City Hall and is accessible for dropping off payments at any time.

Thank you for your understanding and cooperation during this time.

Responsibilities

The Office of the Treasurer administers the financial affairs of the city, including purchasing, general accounting, salary and benefits administration, investments, preparation of bond issues, as well as the accounting of all city capital projects.

Online Tax Payments: Check 
Online Tax Payments: Credit Card



*There is a convenience fee of 2.95% for all payments made with a credit or debit card.

Important Tax Dates
Taxes are due quarterly on the first of the month.
  • February 1st
  • May 1st
  • August 1st
  • November 1st

Members of the public are encouraged to utilize online payment options or use the drop box located on the outside wall at the parking lot entrance to City Hall. Mailed payments must be received at City Hall by the due date.

Please note: if you have recently sold or refinanced your home, contact the Tax Office to terminate automatic payments. Monies will be extracted until the payment agreement is terminated. Contact the office of the Tax Collector at 908-273-6403 with any questions.

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    Due to unforeseen staffing issues, the City of Summit Tax Office will not be able to accept in-person tax payments until Tuesday, February 26. Payments can be made online or can be dropped off in the drop box in the City Hall courtyard. Online payment portal
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