The Tax Assessor is responsible for the fair assessment of all properties in the municipality in order that the tax burden be distributed equitably. The Tax Assessor's Office is responsible for many activities to that end. The correct ownership, mailing address and property location for each parcel of property located in the Borough is maintained and listed on the Tax List, as well as the current assessment. The Tax List is available during office hours, Monday through Friday, 8:00 AM - 4:00 PM. The Tax Assessor's Office is also responsible for taxable value, equalization, defense of appeals, building permit inspections for assessment purposes, sub-divisions, special improvement programs, preparation of certified lists of owners within 200 feet of a property for applications to the Planning Board, various deductions and exemptions provided for in the statutes and the continual review of Property Record Cards.
On February 1st of each year the Assessment Department mails "Assessment Notification Postcards" to each property owner in Bloomingdale as outlined in N.J.S.A. 54:4-38.1. This notification lists the assessment applicable to the current tax year and advises the taxpayer to contact the Assessment Department if they have any questions regarding their assessment. The postcard also gives instructions concerning the tax appeal process and the deadline for filing an appeal with the Passaic County Tax Board. Tax Appeal forms can be picked up at the Tax Assessor's Office anytime after February 1st.
Tax appeals must be filed with the Passaic County Tax Board no later than April 1st.
The Tax Assessor's Office is open Monday through Friday, 8:00 AM - 4:00 PM.
The Tax Assessor’s office hours are Monday 5:00 PM – 8:00 PM (please call to schedule an appointment)
This form must be accompanied with Supplemental Income Form
Veteran - Property Tax Deduction Form & Instructions
100% Disable Veteran - Property Tax Exemption Form & Instructions
Income Tax Exemption for Veterans:
You are eligible for a $3,000 exemption on your Income Tax return if you are a military veteran who was honorably discharged or released under honorable circumstances from active duty in the Armed Forces of the United States on or any time before the last day of the tax year. Your spouse (or civil union partner) is also eligible for an exemption if he/she is a veteran who was honorably discharged or released under honorable circumstances and you are filing a joint return. This exemption is in addition to any other exemptions you are entitled to claim and is available on both the resident and nonresident returns. You cannot claim this exemption for a domestic partner or for your dependents.
For more information: Income Tax Exemption for Veterans