Frequently Asked Question

When are the taxes due and is there a grace period?

Taxes are due four times a year: February 1st, May 1st, August 1st, and November 1st.  Yes, there is a grace period.  You have until the 10th day after the due date before interest accrues.

NOTICE:  05/05/2020

On April 28, Governor Phil Murphy signed an executive order giving municipal governments the authority to decide on an extension of the grace period for the payment of 2nd quarter property taxes.

Although 2nd quarter taxes are normally due May 1, the law regularly allows for a 10-day grace period.

Tonight, Evesham Township Council used its first available council meeting since the governor's April 28 order to unanimously pass a resolution officially extending the grace period for payment of Evesham Township's 2nd quarter property taxes until June 1, 2020.

This is the latest date allowed by the governor.

(Please note: this is an extension of the grace period, not the due date. Any payments made after June 1 will have interest accrue back to the original due date of May 1.)