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Gloucester County Treasurer’s Office Offers Online Access To Personal Property Tax Information

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GLOUCESTER- Gloucester County Treasurer’s Office is now providing online access to residents’ personal property tax information through a citizen self-service portal.

“For years, we have received requests from taxpayers to be able to access their personal property tax information online,” said Gloucester Treasurer Tara Thomas in a press release. “It’s really a way of life for many citizens, especially those of younger generations, and we pride ourselves on providing the tools for citizens to do business with the county wherever and whenever they choose.”

Accessibility to personal property tax information is another step by the treasurer’s office to improve the online services it offers citizens. This past spring, the office launched its real estate tax research functionality. The personal property tax access is provided through the same system. Because most personal property tax information is confidential, different system controls have been put in place to protect access to that information.

To utilize the new service, click here.

For more information, please contact Gloucester County Treasurer’s Office by calling 804-693-2141 or by emailing

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