The Town of Boonton has built a comprehensive communication system to share news and alerts. To stay informed, please review and engage in the five town-approved communication methods below.
METHOD 1: Text & Email Notifications
Our NIXLE text and email system is the best and most efficient communication tool. All important town information is sent though this system including:
Emergency Police & Traffic Alerts
Government News & Updates
Sign up by texting your Zip Code to 888777 or for email & text, click the sign up button.
PLEASE NOTE: Because surrounding municipalities have neighborhoods that share the 07005 zip code (i.e. Rockaway and Parsippany), occasionally you will receive notifications unrelated to the Town of Boonton.
METHOD 2: Town Website
The website is a great tool to remain informed. Between the website and text / email alerts, you are guaranteed to receive everything you need to remain informed in Boonton. Specific web pages to keep an eye on include:
METHOD 3: Meeting Agendas, Minutes, and Audio Recordings
The website's Agenda Center includes all board activity and detailed minutes as well as audio recordings of what transpired during each meeting. Be sure to regularly review the agenda, minutes and recordings to stay informed. To find the Agenda Center click the link below:
The Town of Boonton maintains an official Facebook page. Information on any other page is not verified by the Town and should be confirmed with the town directly before acting upon. CLICK HERE for Facebook.
PLEASE NOTE: The town's social media outlets are for information purposes only. The Town does not respond to inquiries sent or posted on social media. Please call (973) 402-9410 x624 or email firstname.lastname@example.org with specific questions / comments. You may also attend Town Meetings to inquire directly with the Mayor, Board of Aldermen, and Town Administrator.
METHOD 5: Print
Other than what you may read in the newspaper, the Mayor's Quarterly Newsletter and other direct mailings from the Town are the only verified sources of print news. While the newsletter is always full of important information, due to it being sent via postal carrier, it may not be the most timely source of news. Click the image to the left to review past and current issues of the Mayor's newsletter.