Tax Assessment

The Assessor's Office is responsible for retaining all data that may reflect either the value or ownership of all property located in the Middletown Township. The following property information is available through the Tax Assessor's Office:

  • Block and lot, property location, assessments, deed and sales information, map information (lot sizes, lot location, streets), tax rates, and tax ratio
  • Subdivision Information - After approval by the Planning and Development Department
  • The Assessor's Office divides the bulk block and lot into the number of lots involved in the division, making new line items and assessments
  • Map corrections (street vacations, lots created)
  • Variance list (for pools, sub-divisions, additions, etc.) notification to properties within 200 feet

Please note: Applications for variances are obtained in the Planning Department. Information for the variance list is obtained in the Assessor's Office.

  • Search information regarding tax assessment: additions to property, part of search request through the Tax Collection Office
  1. District-wide Annual Reassessment
  2. Assessment Inspections
  3. Searches
  4. Tax Assessment Appeal
  5. Property Tax Relief Programs
  6. Forms

2021 District-wide Annual Reassessment 

The annual district-wide reassessment to 100% market value (“True Value” 1) is complete for tax year 2021.
Find your new property assessment

If you agree with the assessed value shown, you do not need to do anything. 

If you disagree with the assessed value shown, you may file an appeal with the Monmouth County Board of Taxation. Forms, instructions and a guide to the process Understanding Property Assessment Appeals for Monmouth County are all available on the County's website.  Assessment appeals filed with the Monmouth County Board of Taxation must be filed on or before January 15, 2021.