Bill Payment Information
Sussex Borough tax bills and water/sewer bills may be made in person at Boro Hall, by mail, or online.
Water/Sewer Payment Due Dates:
February 1 - 1st Quarter payment
May 1 - 2nd Quarter payment
August 1 - 3rd Quarter payment
November 1 - 4th Quarter payment
Make a Payment
Payment can be made in person (cash, check, or money order) or mail (no cash in mail) to
Sussex Borough Tax/Utility Collections, 2 Main St. Sussex
or paid electronically via WIPP at wipp.edmundsassoc.com/Wipp/?wippid=1921
Note: To pay by ACH or E-check there is a $1.95 convenience fee. To pay by debit card or credit card, it is approximately 2.95% of the total bill.
Due Dates for Taxes
First Quarter Taxes are due on February 01
Second Quarter Taxes are due on May 01
Third Quarter Taxes are due on August 01
Fourth Quarter Taxes are due on November 01
There is a ten-day grace period. If payment is not received within the first ten days of the due date, interest is due from the first day, at the rate of 8% per annum on the first $1500, and 18% per annum on any amount over $1500.
Taxes can be paid by mail. Make check payable to Sussex Borough and mail to Sussex Borough, 2 Main St, Sussex NJ 07461, Attn: Tax Collector. Please enclose your payment stub. Your canceled check will be your receipt. If you would like a receipt other than the canceled check, please enclose your entire bill along with a self-addressed stamped envelope.
Taxes can be paid in person at the Boro Hall. If you want a receipt, please bring your entire bill. If you are paying by cash, please bring the exact amount. The office is open Monday through Friday from 9 AM. to 3 PM.
Taxes may be paid electronically at wipp.edmundsassoc.com/Wipp/?wippid=1921
Note: There is a fee for the e-payment option.
Notice: 2022 third quarter property taxes are delayed. The borough is waiting for the certified rate from Sussex County. Bills are expected to be mailed on or around July 20 with a due date of August 1. As per resolution, the grace period has been extended to August 25, 2022. Once the bills have been received, residents may pay their property taxes by mail or online.