Monday - Friday
8:30 - 2:00

(973) 948-3520

133 Route 645
Sandyston, NJ  07826

Tax Collector

Tax Collector Office

Theresa A. Doyle, CTC

973-948-3520 x202

Office Hours:

Tuesday  12 pm to 2 pm

Thursday  9 am to 12 pm

Tax Due Dates

First Quarter:  February 1

Second Quarter:  May 1

Third Quarter:  August 1

Fourth Quarter:  November 1

Sandyston Township offers a 10-grace period.

Tax payments received after the 10th of the month will be assessed interest calculated from the 1st of the quarter due.

Municipal Drop Box

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A municipal drop box (green) for your convenience s located to the left of the front door of the municipal building - secured to the building. 

This drop box is checked regularly during the day and envelopes are removed and distributed to the proper departments.  

Tax payments placed in the drop box after 2pm will not be processed until the next business day.


Online Payments

There is a 2.965% fee if your payment is made using a credit or debit card and a flat fee of $1.50 for payments made using an echeck.

Tax System Look Up


Wondering if you paid your taxes?  Was your payment received by the Tax Collector?  You can access this information 24/7 by clicking the above link.

You may also print tax information for the current year and last year at this website.

Insert your Block/Lot OR Last Name (less is more) and get up to date tax information.  When using the Street Address option, either eliminate "Rd, Ln, Trl" or try to abbreviate when you can.

All Information provided is subject to verification by the Tax Collector.

Assessment Records Search - County Look Up


Change of Ownership

Tax bills should be given to the new owner or his paying agent, upon closing. 

Please be advise, the Sussex County Clerk's Office records all deeds in Sussex County and advises the Tax Assessor of all changes.  Once notified, the Tax Assessor updates the MOD-V reflecting a change of ownership in our system.  Please note, due to the abundance of home sales in Sussex County, the recording of deeds is behind and it could take several months to see this change show up in our system.  
Thank you for your patience.

Change of Address Requests

Address changes must be submitted in writing by the property owner (email Tax Assessor or email Municipal Clerk, fax (973-948-0783), or mail).

It is always best to follow up with the Tax Assessor/Municipal Clerk to be sure your request has been received and to verify that you did in fact request this change.