The Town of Boonton Department of Public Works is responsible for providing many of the services that residents come to rely on daily. Additionally, the Department administers the Recycling Center as well as the Town’s waste water collection and treatment plant.
If you notice a lighting outage or a downed wire, please immediately report it to JCP&L by calling 1-888-LIGHTSS (1-888-544-4877), clicking the “Report Outage” link on www.firstenergycorp.com, or by texting out to 544487.
If you experience an emergency due to inclement weather, please call 911.
Tree Trimming Notice January 2021
Beginning on or about Monday, January 4th, 2021, JCP&L contractors will be performing line clearance tree trimming in your community along Company rights-of-way out of the Parsippany Substation. This work will include the routine trimming of limbs to provide 4 years of clearance from electric wires and removal of limbs overhanging the 3 phase electric lines. All tree removals are performed in accordance with JCP&L’s easement rights or otherwise with the written consent of the property owner.
The following streets will be affected: Ely St, Fairview Ave, Willows Rd
PRE-NOTIFICATION OF THE USE OF PESTICIDES
(This notice should be received at least 72 hours prior to pesticide use)
To: WHOM IT MAY CONCERN- TRUGREEN WILL BE SERVICING BELOW SITES:
Contact: Mike - C/A MIKE 973.402.9460
Subject: Notification of the Use of Non Low Impact Pesticides
This notice is to advise you that the following pesticide(s) will be used at:
Pesticide Common Name
EPA REG #
Fertilizer & Crabgrass Control
Location of the pesticide application: Town Hall and BOOTON KIWANIS AMBULANCE
Reason for the pesticide application: Fertilizer Turf & Treat Weeds Present
If an outdoor application, 3 dates must be listed, in chronological order, on which the outdoor application may take place if the preceding date is cancelled.
1st Date : 4.29.19
2nd Date: 4.30.19
3rd Date: 5.1.19
Material Safety Data Sheets and/or Product Label are available upon request.
Note: By Law, we must advise you that: The Office of Pesticide Programs of the United States Environmental Protection Agency has stated: “Where possible, persons who potentially are sensitive, such as pregnant women, infants, and children, should avoid any unnecessary pesticide exposure."