Tax Assessor

General Information

Location:
Borough Hall
242 Kings Highway East, Room 101
Haddonfield, NJ 08033

Tax Assessor:  Tom Colavecchio  Tax Assessor's Assistant:  Andrea Giansante 
Email:  tcolavecchio@haddonfield-nj.gov                   Email:  agiansante@haddonfield-nj.gov
Phone:  856-429-4700, ext. 226 Phone:  856-429-4700, ext. 227
Fax:  856-795-1445 Hours:  Mondays through Fridays - 12:00 p.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Hours:  Mondays - 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.   


The Tax Assessor’s Office is responsible for setting the value for each property located within the Borough. The Tax Assessor is also responsible for reviewing and approving all Senior Citizen’s and Veteran’s deductions.

The assessed value of your home can change for a variety of reasons including improvements made to the home or a consistent shift in the market. When market values have changed sufficiently throughout the community the County will notify the municipality that they must perform a re-evaluation (performed by an outside contractor) or reassessment (performed in-house). A reassessment was completed in Haddonfield for the 2008 tax year.

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$250 Real Property Tax Deduction Supplemental Income Form

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Claim for Real Property Tax Deduction on Dwelling House of Qualified New Jersey Resident Senior Citizen, Disabled Person, or Surviving Souse / Surviving Civil Union Partner  

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Supplemental Form for Peacekeeping Missions 

Property Tax Deduction Claim by Veteran or Surviving Spouse /Civil Union or Dometic Parner of Veteran or Serviceperson 



New Jersey Tax Payer Bill of Rights - Your right to fair and equitable treatment under New Jersey law is guaranteed by the Taxpayers’ Bill   of Rights, which states your responsibilities and rights with respect to New Jersey Division of Taxation procedures for   refunds, collections and appeals. The Taxpayers’ Bill of Rights ensures that the   information and assistance you need to understand and meet your State tax   obligations is available.

The bill establishes your right to clear,   non-technical information about the tax implications of any situation. If the   Division notifies you that you owe tax, you have a right to clear information   about how your tax liability was determined, including how any penalty or   interest was calculated. The Division must clearly identify the purpose of any   statement it sends to you and tell you how to respond to that statement. Your   inquiries must be responded to within a reasonable amount of time.

Other   important provisions of the Taxpayers’ Bill of Rights include uniform tax and   billing procedures and reduction of penalties and interest.


Here are additional links residents can use to do Tax Searches:
New Jersey Tax Board Association
State of New Jersey - Property Search
Borough Website - Maps and Property Data