Tax Collector

Online Payments are Quick & Easy

Residents can now use the WIPP online payment system to pay by Credit Card, Debit Card or eCheck. See your online payment options

Property Tax and Water & Sewer Payments

Making your tax or water and sewer payment online is fast, easy and safe. Simply choose your preferred payment method and your transaction will be complete in just a few minutes.

Other Ways to Pay

Residents are strongly encouraged to make fast, easy and safe online tax and utility payments. However, there are other payment methods available.

Items for the Tax Collector’s Office can also be:

  • Placed in the free, secure drop-off box located outside Town Hall, near the back northeast corner of the building  
  • Mailed to Livingston Town Hall, 357 S. Livingston Avenue, Livingston, NJ 07039 using the U.S. Postal Service 
    • We advise always allowing 7-10 business days for items to arrive in the Tax Collector's office when using the USPS 
    • Please note that the Tax Collector's office does not accept the postmark date as the payment date 
  • Paid utilizing your own banking bill pay system
    • We advise always allowing 7-10 business days for items to arrive, as the bank prints a check and mails it  to the Tax Collector's office
    • Please note that the Tax Collector's office does not accept the postmark date as the payment date

State LIHWAP Water Assistance Program

Need help paying your water and sewer bills? The State LIHWAP program can help!

To apply, go to or call NJ211.

View the Water Assistance NJ Flyer (PDF)

Real Estate Taxes

2021 Tax Rate

The certified tax rate for 2021 is $2.314 per $100 of assessed value. 

Tax and Utility Lookup

Please note that there is one lookup for tax and utility:

Tax Bills and Payment Due Dates

The Township of Livingston mails out tax bills once during the year. The estimated 3rd quarter tax bills are mailed either at the end of June or in July.

Payments are due quarterly as noted:

QuarterDue Date
1st quarter February 1
2nd quarterMay 1
3rd quarterAugust 1
4th quarterNovember 1

There is a ten-day grace period for each quarter. The grace period ends on the tenth day of the month that the tax payment is due. If the tenth day falls on a weekend or a holiday, the grace period is automatically extended to the next business day.