Sandyston Township
for information on how to protect our water supply with tips on litter, vehicle waste, recycling, etc.
Website last updated: Tuesday, July 27, 2021
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Rain washes pollutants into storm drains and directly into our lakes, rivers and the ocean.
So what can you do?
visit www.cleanwaternj.org
Mailing Address: 133 County Route 645, Sandyston, NJ 07826
973-948-0783 (fax)
973-948-3520
To Report a Lost or Abandoned Dog:
Jonathan Hagen, ACO
973-670-3299

During Office Hours:
8:30 am - 2:00 pm
973-948-3520 x200/x201

After Hours:
Contact the State Police
973-383-1515
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TREX Community Challenge
Help the Sandyston collect plastic bags/earn a free bench
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Coronavirus (COVID-19) Information
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Free Rabies Clinics in Sussex County
2020 Property Tax Reimbursement Application
Sussex County COVID-19 Clinics
Sussex County Women's Health Screenings
STVFD Tractor Parade Fundraiser August 21, 2021
2022 Farmland Papers due August 2, 2021 by 2:00 pm (flyer)
Important Message Regarding Tax Bills
We are currently printing Tax Bills and getting them ready for mailing.

Thank you to the Sussex County Division of Taxation who quickly prepared our General Tax Rate so that we could get moving on our Tax Bills.
 
Generally, the taxes are due August 1 with a 10 day grace period.
Due to this delay, the due date will be extended and specifically noted on your tax bill. We will post updated information when tax bills are mailed and extended due dates.

(Updates will also be posted on our Sandyston Township Facebook page, so be sure to "like" our page so you can see updates.

Important Things to Remember:

If you recently sold your house, please remember it takes some time for the deed to be recorded at the County level and then for the change to happen locally in our system. If you receive a tax bill, but you sold the house, it is your responsibility to give the tax bill to the new owners.

If your taxes are escrowed in your mortgage, you still receive a tax bill and it is marked "advice copy". This is just a copy for your records. If you don't have a mortgage and you receive an "advice copy" please contact the Tax Collector to make the change in our system.

If you need to change the address to where your mail is going, please contact the Tax Collector at 973-948-3520 x202 to request this change.
Used Book Sale Friday, July 30 through Sunday, August 1, 2021
Used Book Sale - HELP NEEDED
New Jersey State Fair - Talent Contest
August 14, 2021