Monday - Friday
8:00 - 4:30
908.369.4313
379 South Branch Road
Hillsborough, NJ 08844

Assessor

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COVID-19 Operating Procedures

Are property tax payment deadlines extended in light of the current health crisis?
Please contact the Tax Collector’s office for any questions regarding billing or payments. The Tax Collector’s office can be reached at 908-369-8672

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Tax Assessor

Debra Blaney

Staff

Deputy Assessor

Secretary to the Assessor

Field Inspector

Field Inspector

MIssion Statement

The Assessor’s office is committed to distributing the tax burden fairly and equitably for the property owners of Hillsborough Township. The Assessor and staff strive to provide excellence in public service in a courteous, timely, and professional manner, while educating the public of the overall assessment process, the annual reassessment program, and property tax relief programs. 


The Tax Assessor is responsible to the property owners of Hillsborough Township for the fair assessment of all property which results in the overall goal of distributing the tax burden equitably throughout the district. The primary duty is to “determine the full and fair value of each parcel of real property situated within the taxing district as such prices as, in her/his judgment, it will sell for at a fair and bona fide sale by contract” (N.J.S.A. 45:4‐23). The Assessor works on behalf of Hillsborough Township under the direction and supervision of the New Jersey Division of Taxation and the Somerset County Board of Taxation. The Assessor is not involved with the total amount of tax collected and the municipal budget. The tax rate for each municipality is calculated by the Somerset County Board of Taxation. The sum of the budget requirements needed each year, by all government entities (Municipal, County and the Board of Education) divided by the total ratables for the district determines what is called the tax rate. With changes in the budget, tax rates and assessments all affecting the tax you pay, the key to your total yearly taxes due is based upon the amount to be raised by taxation to cover the cost of services from all government entities.

Tax Assessor FAQs

What is an Annual Reassessment?
An annual reassessment is an annual revaluing process that helps to ensure assessment values are at 100% of “full market value,” or what your house could sell for if it were placed on the open market today.

***Tax payments and tax bill inquiries need to be addressed with the Tax Collector's office***

***Certified request of 200'ownership lists are to be directed to the Zoning Department***

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