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Tax Collector Information - Grace Period Extended to June 1st

March 03, 2020


Second Quarter Tax Payment Reminder


The Second Quarter Tax is due May 1, 2020.  Due to the COVID 19 Public Health Emergency, the Grace Period for this quarter has been extended to June 1, 2020.   

Due to the Coronavirus Pandemic and in an effort to protect both residents and employees, the Municipal Building remains closed to the public until further notice.
Below are several convenient ways to pay taxes:

Mail – please make your check payable to Township of Manalapan and mail to Collector of Taxes, 120 Route 522, Manalapan, NJ 07726.
Use your bank’s online bill pay service.  Please use the Account ID on your tax bill as the account number when setting up your payment.
Online via the Township’s website at  Please visit the Tax Collector’s page and follow the link.  The following convenience fees apply:  2.95 percent of the transaction amount for debit/credit card payments and $1.05 for E-checks.
Payment Drop Box – There is a payment drop box inside the double doors of the Municipal Building.  Please put your payment in an envelope and include your stub, block and lot number or property address.  If you need a receipt, please include a note inside the envelope otherwise the canceled check will be your receipt. 

The drop box will be available Monday through Friday from 9:00 am to 4:00 pm.
The drop box is for checks or money orders only. 
Payments received by mail or left in the drop box after 4:00 p.m. on Monday, June 1st will accrue interest charges calculated from the original due date of May 1st.
The Tax Collector’s office hours are 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Monday through Friday.
We are available by phone, fax or email.
Phone 732-446-8359, 8360 or 8361
Fax 732-446-7998
Email: or
Residents can view and/or pay property taxes online, print a copy of the current tax bill and calculate interest to a future date on our website at Please visit the Tax Collector’s page and follow the link.


Due to concerns over the Coronavirus (COVID 19) and in an effort to protect both residents and staff, we are asking residents to refrain from coming to the Tax Collectors Office at this time.    Our office is staffed and available by phone, email or fax.   
SENIOR FREEZE  If you need your PTR1 or PTR2 Forms filled out, please call, fax or email your request.  When contacting our office by either fax or email be sure to include the following information: 1) Do you need PTR-1A or PTR-2A? 2) Name and property address 3) Do you own 100% of this property either alone or with a spouse? If you own the property with someone other than a spouse, what percentage do you own? We will print the forms from our computer system and mail them to you when completed. 
TAX PAYMENTS Property Taxes can be paid by 1) Mailing a check with the appropriate stub.  If you do not have the stub, simply write your block and lot number, account ID or property address in the memo section. 2) Using your own bank’s online bill pay (please give ample time for the payment to be received in our office).  When setting up your payment, please use the Account ID on your tax bill as the Account Number. 3) Credit card, debit card or e-check on our website at  The link can be found on the Tax Collector’s page.  Please note that there is a fee for online payments. On our website, you can also find your tax amount due, print a copy of your bill and calculate interest to a future date. 
Please contact our office via:  Phone 732-446-8359, 8360 or 8361  Email, or  Fax 732-446-7998 
Thank you for your anticipated cooperation as we all work together to get through this very challenging time

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