The tax assessor is responsible for determining the value of all real estate in the city. These assessments are…More updated on a regular basis in what is known as a re-valuation. Many factors go into assessing the value of a home or business, including its location, the size of the structure and its features, including renovations, and the neighborhood in which it is located.
While the assessor determines the value of the property, the office does not collect the taxes. That is done by the tax collector's office.
Patricia Spychala is currently serving as part-time deputy tax assessor.
Ventura Miesowitz Albano Keough & Warner 783 Springfield Ave, Summit, NJ07901 This law firm specializes in personal injury, complex commercial litigation, corporate law, divorce/family, criminal…More & municipal court, estates/trusts, residential and commercial real estate, property tax appeals and elder law.
Siller Wilk 121 Summit Ave, Summit, NJ07901 Siller Wilk is a small international law firm with offices in NYC, Summit and Geneva. Its practice focuses on all facets…More of corporate law, real estate, tax & ERISA, litigation, bankruptcy, intellectual property, trusts/estates and employment law.
For over 35 years, the Summit Housing Authority has provided housing to low and moderate income families in well…More maintained and attractive properties.
The mission of the Housing Authority of the City of Summit is to provide safe, affordable and decent housing to low and moderate income families and seniors. All funding for the Summit Housing Authority comes from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). The taxpayers of Summit do not fund public housing through municipal taxes.
The Summit Affordable Housing Corporation (SAHC) is a non-profit organization affiliated with the Summit Housing Authority, whose mission is to identify emerging housing and community development resources and to develop affordable housing in the City of Summit.