Revenue & Finance
The Revenue and Finance Department comprises the functions of Code Enforcement, Information Technology, Municipal Clerk, Tax Assessor, Tax Collector and Treasury.
Through this department tax bills are prepared for residents by combining the budgetary needs of this department with those of Public Safety, Public Affairs, Public Works, Parks and Recreation, Nutley School District and the Township’s share of Essex County. This department is responsible for the billing and collection of the tax levy and compliance with state statutes. It does not have the authority to set the budget for any other department or unit. The services of this department are important to ensuring the effective operation of government in the community.
Secretary to the Municipal Corporation and Governing Body, Chief Administrative Officer of all Elections, Administrative Officer for Licenses, Fees and Contracts and Records Coordinator.
Office of Information Technology
Oversees the Township’s use of existing and emerging technologies in government operations, and its delivery of services to the township’s employees. Some projects improve the government's efficiency through technology, in return, making the township more accessible to its residents, while others are helping to improve systems behind the scenes.
Discovery and location of Property, Listing of Property, Determination of Taxability, Valuation of Property, Tax Equalization, and Defense of Appeals.
Township Tax Levy, Billing and Collection, Reporting, Enforcement, Cashier and Records Management.
Treasurer, Chief Financial Officer and Purchasing Agent. Includes processing and paying bills, investing idle cash, payroll operations and ensuring that purchases are in compliance with state and federal statutes and regulations.
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