Tax Assessor

Renee' Frotton, Tax Assessor
100 First Ave.
Atl. Hlds., NJ 07716
732-291-1444 Ext 3109

 

The Tax Assessor is available via e-mail at taxassessor@ahnj.com .  

The responsibilities of the Assessor’s Office include maintaining various data on all properties located in the Borough.  This information includes, ownership, mailing address, location, year built, lot sizes, and characteristics of the structure.  The Assessor’s Office adjusts assessments accordingly, due to changes, such as demolitions, appeals, subdivisions, or improvements.

A nnual Reassessments

https://co.monmouth.nj.us/documents/18/2019_ADP.pdf

Click link above to learn about the new re-evaluation policy. 

UPDATE: ASSESSMENT DEMONSTRATION PROGRAM - Letter from the Tax Assessor below 

Senior Citizen, Disabled Person, or Surviving Spouse of Senior or Disabled Person Property Tax Deduction

A property owner may apply for a Senior Citizen property tax deduction at any time during the year.  Applications are made to the Assessor, and must be applied for by December 31st of the tax year in which it is claimed.  A deduction of $250 will be granted, as long as all of the following State of New Jersey requirements are met, and the supplemental paperwork is supplied:

  • Must be a citizen and resident of New Jersey as of October 1 of the pretax year.
  • Hold legal title to the property for which the deduction is claimed as of October 1st of the pretax year.
  • Residence in New Jersey for one year immediately prior to October 1st of the pretax year.
  • Must reside in dwelling house as of October 1st of the pretax year.
  • Claimant must reasonably anticipate an annual income will not exceed $10,000 after a permitted exclusion of Social Security Benefits, or Federal Railroad Retirement, Federal Pensions and State Pensions of disability programs.
  • Senior Citizen Age 65 or more as of December 31st of the pretax year.
  • Permanent & Total Disability as of December 31st of the pretax year (only if you are filing for Disabled Deduction).

To print an application for the Senior Citizen, Disabled Person, or Surviving Spouse of Senior or Disabled Person Property Tax Deduction click on the following link: 

https://www.state.nj.us/treasury/taxation/pdf/other_forms/lpt/ptd.pdf

https://www.state.nj.us/treasury/taxation/pdf/other_forms/lpt/NJ_PT_SupplementIncome.pdf

All applicants must supply the following paperwork:

  • Application
  • Verification of Citizenship and Residency (Copy of Driver’s License, Voter’s registration, or Vehicle registration)
  • Verification of Age (Copy of Birth Certificate, Marriage Certificate, etc.)
  • Verification of Disability (only if you are filing for Disabled Deduction)

 

Veteran or Surviving Spouse of a Veteran Property Tax Deduction

At any time during the year a property owner may apply for a Veteran or Surviving Spouse of a Veteran property tax deduction.  Applications are made to the Assessor, and must be applied for by December 31 of the tax year in which it is claimed.  A deduction of $250 will be granted, as long as all of the following State of New Jersey requirements are met, and the supplemental paperwork is supplied:

  • Must be a citizen and resident of New Jersey as of October 1st of the pretax year.
  • Hold legal title to the property for which the deduction is claimed as of October 1st of the pretax year.
  • Active service in the United States Armed Service and been honorably discharged.

To print an application for the Veteran Property Tax Deduction click on the following link:

https://www.state.nj.us/treasury/taxation/pdf/other_forms/lpt/vss.pdf

All applicants must supply the following paperwork:

  • Application
  • Verification of Citizenship and Residency (Copy of Driver’s License, Voter’s registration, or Vehicle registration)
  • Verification of active service (Form DD214)
  • Death Certificate (for Surviving Spouse of a Veteraln Deduction)

 

Disabled Veteran or Surviving Spouse of a Disabled Veteran Property Tax Exemption

At any time during the year a property owner may apply for Disabled Veteran or Surviving Spouse of a Disabled Veteran property tax exemption. Applications are made to the Assessor, and must be applied for as soon as all the requirements have been met. Property tax exemption will be granted, as long as all of the following requirements are met, and the supplemental paperwork is supplied:

  • Must be a citizen and resident of New Jersey.
  • Hold legal title to the property for which the exemption is claimed 
  • Active  service in the United States Armed Service and have been honorably discharged.
  • United States Veteran Administration certification of 100% wartime service-connected disability.

To print an application for the Disabled Veteran or Surviving Spouse of a Disabled Veteran Property Tax Exemption click on the following link:

https://www.state.nj.us/treasury/taxation/pdf/other_forms/lpt/dvsse.pdf

 

All applicants must supply the following paperwork:

  • Application
  • Verification of Citizenship and Residency (Copy of Driver’s License, Voter’s registration, or Vehicle registration)
  • Verification of active service (Form DD214)
  • Verification of Disability (United States Veteran Administration certification.)
  • Death Certificate (only needed if surviving spouse is filing)

 

Tax Assessment Appeals

Assessment Appeals must be received by the Monmouth County Tax Board on or before January 15th of the tax year.  The total of all taxes and municipal charges due up to and including the fourth quarter of the previous year, must be paid.
 

For information on filing an appeal in Monmouth County click on the following link: 

https://secure.njappealonline.com/prodappeals/help/InstructionsHandbook_Mon.pdf

To file an appeal online click on the following link: 

https://secure.njappealonline.com/prodappeals/login.aspx

Added/Omitted Assessment Appeals

Added/Omitted Assessment Appeals must be received by the Monmouth County Tax Board on or before December 1st of the tax year.