Tenafly Borough Hall, 100 Riveredge Road, Tenafly, NJ 07670    201-568-6100    HOURS: Mon-Fri 8:30am - 4:30pm

Finance Department and Tax Office

The Finance Department and Tax Collection offices are open Monday through Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., excluding holidays.

The Finance Department is responsible for all financial transactions relating to the revenues and disbursements of the Borough. This department keeps a full account of all cash receipts and disbursements of the Borough, has custody of all investments and invested funds of the Borough in a fiduciary capacity, keeps all moneys not required for current operations safely invested or deposited in interest bearing accounts, handles the payroll for municipal employees, processes requisitions and purchase orders for payment and collects current and delinquent taxes. The Director of Finance oversees the financial operations of the Borough.
Telephone Numbers         201-568-6100
Susan Corrado, CMFO/Director of Finance/Tax Collector Extension 5539
Kathy Soule, Deputy Municipal Treasurer Extension 5538
William Curran, Assistant Tax Collector Extension 5534 
Mary Patino, Finance Assistant Extension 5537 
Stefanie Williams, Senior Tax Clerk/Payroll Clerk Extension 5536 

The Tax Collector's Office is responsible for billing and collecting property taxes on property located in the Borough of Tenafly.  Your tax bill includes revenues collected by the Borough on behalf of the municipality, county and school district.  The billing and collection of real estate property taxes is governed by state law and applies to every municipality in New Jersey.   Click here to see Tenafly's Tax Rate History  Click here for information on various property tax relief programs from the New Jersey Division of Taxation.

In accordance with NJSA 54:4-64 failure to receive a tax bill does not exempt a taxpayer from paying taxes or delinquent interest on taxes.  It is the property owner’s responsibility to ascertain from the proper official (Tax Collector) the amount due.  Please contact the tax office immediately if you have lost your bill, have difficulty paying online or do not receive an email notification (if applicable) to obtain the amount due.

Residents will be able to pay tax bills online.  The online payment system can be accessed on the website's home page via the link named "Pay Your Taxes Online" under the Important Links listing on the right hand side of the home page.