9:00 am to 3:00 pm
Boonton H.S. Cafeteria
and home decor!
**Help Shelter Helpers on Wheels – Bring a can of dog/cat food or bag of treats to donate and receive 2 tickets for the door prizes!
Sponsored by BHS Class of 2018 Project Graduation
The waiting list is now open and applications can be found on-line. You may also reach their office by calling 973-335-0846 (TDD: 800-545-1833 x410) or by email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Also listed in the enclosed schedule are the instructions to help guide you. We plan on making two) passes through town (weather permitting), so your street should appear on the schedule twice. Please do the following:
1. Find your street on the enclosed schedule
2. Mark your calendar for your 2 street collection dates
3. Place your leaves into the street on the weekend nearest your collection date
IMPORTANT NOTE: Do not wait until Monday to put your leaves into the street as there is no guarantee that we will be on any particular street on any particular day.
WHAT IF IT SNOWS in the days prior to your collection date? Please visit the Town website at www.boonton.org for further instructions.
WHAT IF YOU MISS YOUR COLLECTION DATE OR DON’T WANT TO WAIT? You can bring your leaves to the Town’s Recycling Center located on Plane Street. Throughout the leaf collection season, the Recycling Center will be open to accept leaves:
Monday – Friday 8am-11:45am & 12:45pm-3pm
Veteran’s Day & the Friday 9am-1pm
If you have any questions, please contact the Department of Public Works at (973) 402-9460
www.njmel.org, under the SAFETY tab at the top of the page.
DUE: December, 2016
To make more informed decisions about downtown Boonton parking issues, we are asking for your opinion in our new Downtown Boonton Parking Survey.
Please click the button below to complete an online form or download the printable form at the bottom of this page.
Completed paper forms may be scanned and emailed to email@example.com, dropped off in the after-hours box on the Town Hall steps or mailed to:
Boonton Town Hall
Attn: Parking Survey
100 Washington Street
Boonton, NJ 07005
Diabetes Education Program
This is an educational program about the prevention and management of diabetes.
Materials are included and the workshops are free.
A1C, Glucose, Blood Pressure and Cholesterol screenings will also be included.
Offered in partnership with
Morristown Medical Center
The workshops are free but registration is required by calling: 1-800-247-9580
Place: Boonton Senior Center
126 North Main Street
Boonton, NJ 07005
Friday, October 21th – 10:00 to 11:30am
Your Emotional Health
In this class, you will learn how managing your emotional health is as important as managing your physical health.
Friday, October 28th – 10:00 to 11:30am
This class will teach you how diabetes can lead to cardiovascular disease. It will address other complications from diabetes that affect the body such as vision, feet, mouth, and kidney problems.
Friday, November 4th – 10:00 to 11:30am
Taking Medication/Screening Day
This class will cover the different diabetes medications, how they work to manage your diabetes and how you can adjust to the medication routine.
Friday, November 11th – 10:00 to 11:30am
Adding Activity to Your Life
In this class, you will learn why physical activity is important and the four aspects of fitness- along with some specific exercises.