Town of Boonton, NJ
Morris County
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Park and recreation areas
Parking
§ 1-13— Ordinances saved from repeal. 1-15{16}— Definitions. 1-15{19}— Definitions. Ch 10 Art II— Parks and Recreation Advisory Committee § 10-9— Membership; terms; compensation. § 10-13— Duties. § 10-15— Removal of members not subject to state guidelines. Ch 30— (Reserved) § 45-10— General powers and duties. § 48-9— Miscellaneous. § 72-2— Consumption prohibited on public streets, etc. § 72-3— Consumption prohibited in automobiles. § 72-10— Persons under the legal age. § 80-3— Licensing. § 80-5— Wildlife feeding. 95-18{3}— Definitions. § 107-1— Permit required. § 107-4— Regulations. § 124-2— Application for license. Ch 130— Fees § 132-3— Requirements for permit. 140-4{12}— Definitions. 140-4{13}— Definitions. 140-4{14}— Definitions. § 140-17— Floodways. Ch 186— Motorized Sportbikes Ch 201— Parking § 201-1— Short title; definitions. 201-1B{1}— Short title; definitions. 201-1B{2}— Short title; definitions. 201-1B{4}— Short title; definitions. 201-1B{5}— Short title; definitions. 201-1B{6}— Short title; definitions. 201-1B{7}— Short title; definitions. 201-1B{8}— Short title; definitions. 201-1B{9}— Short title; definitions. 201-1B{10}— Short title; definitions. 201-1B{11}— Short title; definitions. 201-1B{12}— Short title; definitions. 201-1B{13}— Short title; definitions. 201-1B{14}— Short title; definitions. § 201-2— Regulated municipal parking lots. § 201-3— Regulated parking spaces on designated streets. § 201-4— Display of Town of Boonton annual parking permits. § 201-5— Lost, stolen or mutilated parking permits. § 201-6— Fee required; parking beyond permissible period violation. § 201-7— Duty to move vehicle. § 201-8— Feeding meters. § 201-9— Unlawful extension of established parking time. § 201-10— Parking meters. § 201-11— Parking 24 consecutive hours. § 201-12— Parking within marked lines. § 201-13— Size limitations on parking in municipal parking lots and other Town property. § 201-14— Unwarranted use of parking lot. § 201-15— Town-owned or -operated vehicles. § 201-16— Holiday season fee waiver. § 201-17— Boonton Avenue Firehouse and Pepe Field Parking Lot. § 201-18— (Reserved) § 201-19— Town Hall Parking Lot. § 201-20— Entrances and exits. § 201-21— Authority to remove vehicles from streets and parking lots. § 201-22— Legal holidays. § 201-23— Tamper/deface/deposit of slugs in equipment. § 201-24— Obstruct property access. § 201-25— Collection of currency deposited in collection equipment. § 201-26— Purposes for which funds derived from public parking enterprise shall be used. § 201-27— Parking of camping trailers/camping cars/motor homes. § 201-28— Parking of other trailers prohibited. § 201-29— Parking prohibited during inclement weather. § 201-30— Removal of snow-covered and plowed-in vehicles. § 201-31— Authority of Town to provide for bus stop. § 201-32— Removal of vehicles from snow-covered roads; recovery of possession. § 201-33— Handicapped parking spaces. § 201-34— Alternate side of the street parking. § 201-35— Parking prohibited during certain hours on certain streets. § 201-36— Daily contractor permits. § 201-37— Parking of trucks prohibited. § 201-38— Parking of certain commercial vehicles prohibited. § 201-39— Declaration of emergency parking regulations. § 201-40— Removal of vehicles by police. § 201-41— Parking prohibited at all times on certain streets. § 201-42— Method of enforcement. § 201-43— Established parking time limits on certain streets. § 201-44— Established parking time limits in municipal parking lots. § 201-45— Public Parking Enterprise. § 201-46— Days and hours of operation. § 201-47— Enforcement of regulations. § 201-48— Fees. § 201-49— Penalties for overtime parking violations. Ch 205— Parks and Recreation § 205-1— Hours of use; rules and regulations. § 205-2— (Reserved) § 205-3— Use of vehicles. § 205-4— Recreation and permit fees. § 214-4— Building maintenance. § 214-6— Outdoor storage. 214-10{4}— Definitions. 229-2{16}— Definitions. § 229-23— Service charges. 229-34{17}— Definitions. § 229-58— Capacity § 246-17— Permit required. § 246-18— Application procedure. § 246-19— Fees. § 246-20— Warning devices. § 246-32— Collection schedule. 249-9{9}— Definitions. § 249-11— Stormwater management requirements for major development. § 249-12— Calculation of stormwater runoff and groundwater recharge. § 249-16— Requirements for site development stormwater plan. § 249-22— Design standard. 276-1{8}— Definitions and requirements. 276-1{11}— Definitions and requirements. 276-1{15}— Definitions and requirements. Ch 289— Vehicles and Traffic Ch 289 Art III— Parking Regulations § 289-3— (Reserved) § 289-4— (Reserved) § 289-5— (Reserved) § 289-6— (Reserved) § 289-7— (Reserved) § 289-10— (Reserved) § 289-12— Stop intersections. § 289-15— One-way streets designated. § 289-16— Turn prohibitions. Ch 289 Art XI— Application of Title 39 to Semipublic or Private Streets, Driveways and Parking Areas § 289-20— Applicability of Title 39. § 289-21— Entrance and exit restrictions. § 289-23— Dedication or acceptance. § 289-24— Traffic regulations at Boonton Post Office. § 289-25— Traffic regulations at Del's Village Shopping Center. § 289-26— Traffic regulations at A&P Shopping Center. § 289-26.1— Applicability of Title 39 to Boonton Plaza Shopping Center. Ch 289 Art XII— (Reserved) § 289-31— County consent. § 289-33— Violations and penalties. 300-4A{18}— Definitions. 300-4A{61}— Definitions. 300-4A{69}— Definitions. 300-4A{73}— Definitions. 300-4A{74}— Definitions. 300-4A{93}— Definitions. 300-4A{101}— Definitions. § 300-12— Fees. § 300-13— Technical review fees and deposits. § 300-32— Application required. § 300-44— Site plan. § 300-47— Installations for site plans. § 300-48— Multifamily housing development recycling areas. § 300-59— Subdivisions. § 300-60— Site plans. § 300-74— Required area or space. § 300-76— Principal building. § 300-81— Parking of commercial vehicles in residential districts or zones. § 300-84— Requirements to be met on lot and within zone district. § 300-94.1— Steep slope regulations. Ch 300 Pt 4 Art XX— Off-Street Parking and Loading § 300-100— Requirements. § 300-100.1— Waiver of off-street parking requirements. § 300-101— Application; granting of use. § 300-102— R-1 Residence Districts A, B, C and D. § 300-104— R-3 Residence Districts A and B. § 300-104.1— AH-I Affordable Housing-Industrial District. § 300-105— B-1 Business District. § 300-107— B-3 Business District. § 300-108— B-4 Business District. § 300-109— B-5 Business District. § 300-110— C-1 and C-2 Commercial Districts. § 300-111— I-1 and I-2 Industrial Districts. § 300-111.1— RH Residential High-Density Zone. § 300-111.2— MAO Myrtle Avenue Multifamily Residential Overlay District. 303-2{12}— Definitions. 303-74{9}— Definitions. § DL-1— Disposition of legislation.
Parks
§ 1-13— Ordinances saved from repeal. 1-15{16}— Definitions. 1-15{19}— Definitions. Ch 10 Art II— Parks and Recreation Advisory Committee § 10-9— Membership; terms; compensation. § 10-13— Duties. § 10-15— Removal of members not subject to state guidelines. Ch 30— (Reserved) § 45-10— General powers and duties. § 48-9— Miscellaneous. § 72-2— Consumption prohibited on public streets, etc. § 72-3— Consumption prohibited in automobiles. § 72-10— Persons under the legal age. § 80-3— Licensing. § 80-5— Wildlife feeding. 95-18{3}— Definitions. § 107-1— Permit required. § 107-4— Regulations. § 124-2— Application for license. Ch 130— Fees § 132-3— Requirements for permit. 140-4{12}— Definitions. 140-4{13}— Definitions. 140-4{14}— Definitions. § 140-17— Floodways. Ch 186— Motorized Sportbikes Ch 201— Parking § 201-1— Short title; definitions. 201-1B{1}— Short title; definitions. 201-1B{2}— Short title; definitions. 201-1B{4}— Short title; definitions. 201-1B{5}— Short title; definitions. 201-1B{6}— Short title; definitions. 201-1B{7}— Short title; definitions. 201-1B{8}— Short title; definitions. 201-1B{9}— Short title; definitions. 201-1B{10}— Short title; definitions. 201-1B{11}— Short title; definitions. 201-1B{12}— Short title; definitions. 201-1B{13}— Short title; definitions. 201-1B{14}— Short title; definitions. § 201-2— Regulated municipal parking lots. § 201-3— Regulated parking spaces on designated streets. § 201-4— Display of Town of Boonton annual parking permits. § 201-5— Lost, stolen or mutilated parking permits. § 201-6— Fee required; parking beyond permissible period violation. § 201-7— Duty to move vehicle. § 201-8— Feeding meters. § 201-9— Unlawful extension of established parking time. § 201-10— Parking meters. § 201-11— Parking 24 consecutive hours. § 201-12— Parking within marked lines. § 201-13— Size limitations on parking in municipal parking lots and other Town property. § 201-14— Unwarranted use of parking lot. § 201-15— Town-owned or -operated vehicles. § 201-16— Holiday season fee waiver. § 201-17— Boonton Avenue Firehouse and Pepe Field Parking Lot. § 201-18— (Reserved) § 201-19— Town Hall Parking Lot. § 201-20— Entrances and exits. § 201-21— Authority to remove vehicles from streets and parking lots. § 201-22— Legal holidays. § 201-23— Tamper/deface/deposit of slugs in equipment. § 201-24— Obstruct property access. § 201-25— Collection of currency deposited in collection equipment. § 201-26— Purposes for which funds derived from public parking enterprise shall be used. § 201-27— Parking of camping trailers/camping cars/motor homes. § 201-28— Parking of other trailers prohibited. § 201-29— Parking prohibited during inclement weather. § 201-30— Removal of snow-covered and plowed-in vehicles. § 201-31— Authority of Town to provide for bus stop. § 201-32— Removal of vehicles from snow-covered roads; recovery of possession. § 201-33— Handicapped parking spaces. § 201-34— Alternate side of the street parking. § 201-35— Parking prohibited during certain hours on certain streets. § 201-36— Daily contractor permits. § 201-37— Parking of trucks prohibited. § 201-38— Parking of certain commercial vehicles prohibited. § 201-39— Declaration of emergency parking regulations. § 201-40— Removal of vehicles by police. § 201-41— Parking prohibited at all times on certain streets. § 201-42— Method of enforcement. § 201-43— Established parking time limits on certain streets. § 201-44— Established parking time limits in municipal parking lots. § 201-45— Public Parking Enterprise. § 201-46— Days and hours of operation. § 201-47— Enforcement of regulations. § 201-48— Fees. § 201-49— Penalties for overtime parking violations. Ch 205— Parks and Recreation § 205-1— Hours of use; rules and regulations. § 205-2— (Reserved) § 205-3— Use of vehicles. § 205-4— Recreation and permit fees. § 214-4— Building maintenance. § 214-6— Outdoor storage. 214-10{4}— Definitions. 229-2{16}— Definitions. § 229-23— Service charges. 229-34{17}— Definitions. § 229-58— Capacity § 246-17— Permit required. § 246-18— Application procedure. § 246-19— Fees. § 246-20— Warning devices. § 246-32— Collection schedule. 249-9{9}— Definitions. § 249-11— Stormwater management requirements for major development. § 249-12— Calculation of stormwater runoff and groundwater recharge. § 249-16— Requirements for site development stormwater plan. § 249-22— Design standard. 276-1{8}— Definitions and requirements. 276-1{11}— Definitions and requirements. 276-1{15}— Definitions and requirements. Ch 289— Vehicles and Traffic Ch 289 Art III— Parking Regulations § 289-3— (Reserved) § 289-4— (Reserved) § 289-5— (Reserved) § 289-6— (Reserved) § 289-7— (Reserved) § 289-10— (Reserved) § 289-12— Stop intersections. § 289-15— One-way streets designated. § 289-16— Turn prohibitions. Ch 289 Art XI— Application of Title 39 to Semipublic or Private Streets, Driveways and Parking Areas § 289-20— Applicability of Title 39. § 289-21— Entrance and exit restrictions. § 289-23— Dedication or acceptance. § 289-24— Traffic regulations at Boonton Post Office. § 289-25— Traffic regulations at Del's Village Shopping Center. § 289-26— Traffic regulations at A&P Shopping Center. § 289-26.1— Applicability of Title 39 to Boonton Plaza Shopping Center. Ch 289 Art XII— (Reserved) § 289-31— County consent. § 289-33— Violations and penalties. 300-4A{18}— Definitions. 300-4A{61}— Definitions. 300-4A{69}— Definitions. 300-4A{73}— Definitions. 300-4A{74}— Definitions. 300-4A{93}— Definitions. 300-4A{101}— Definitions. § 300-12— Fees. § 300-13— Technical review fees and deposits. § 300-32— Application required. § 300-44— Site plan. § 300-47— Installations for site plans. § 300-48— Multifamily housing development recycling areas. § 300-59— Subdivisions. § 300-60— Site plans. § 300-74— Required area or space. § 300-76— Principal building. § 300-81— Parking of commercial vehicles in residential districts or zones. § 300-84— Requirements to be met on lot and within zone district. § 300-94.1— Steep slope regulations. Ch 300 Pt 4 Art XX— Off-Street Parking and Loading § 300-100— Requirements. § 300-100.1— Waiver of off-street parking requirements. § 300-101— Application; granting of use. § 300-102— R-1 Residence Districts A, B, C and D. § 300-104— R-3 Residence Districts A and B. § 300-104.1— AH-I Affordable Housing-Industrial District. § 300-105— B-1 Business District. § 300-107— B-3 Business District. § 300-108— B-4 Business District. § 300-109— B-5 Business District. § 300-110— C-1 and C-2 Commercial Districts. § 300-111— I-1 and I-2 Industrial Districts. § 300-111.1— RH Residential High-Density Zone. § 300-111.2— MAO Myrtle Avenue Multifamily Residential Overlay District. 303-2{12}— Definitions. 303-74{9}— Definitions. § DL-1— Disposition of legislation.
Parks and recreation areas
Planning Board
§ 10-16— Removal of members subject to state guidelines. § 45-23— Duties. § 61-3— Procedure for and content of prior notice by developers. § 70-10— Purpose. § 214-4— Building maintenance. § 214-5— Location of trash collection and recycling containers. § 216-6— New developments of multifamily residential units or commercial, institutional or industrial properties (pursuant to N.J.S.A. 13:1E-99.13a and 99.16c). § 233-14— Appeals, interpretations and variances. § 233-17— Signs permitted. § 243-7— Grading standards and requirements. § 254-2— Application for permit. § 254-26— Business, commercial and industrial zones. 300-4A{22}— Definitions. 300-4A{38}— Definitions. 300-4A{62}— Definitions. 300-4A{65}— Definitions. 300-4A{80}— Definitions. 300-4A{82}— Definitions. 300-4A{101}— Definitions. 300-4A{104}— Definitions. 300-4A{105}— Definitions. § 300-7— Hearings. § 300-9— Exclusive authority of Planning Board and Board of Adjustment. § 300-13— Technical review fees and deposits. § 300-15— Application for zone change. § 300-16— Distribution. § 300-19— Hearing: Mayor and Board of Aldermen. § 300-20.1— Submission of statement required; purpose. § 300-20.3— Filing and hearing; review and approval; preparation of statement; waiver. § 300-20.4— Appeal to the Board of Aldermen. Ch 300 Pt 2 Art V— Planning Board § 300-21— Continuance and membership of Planning Board. § 300-22— Organization. § 300-23— Powers and duties. § 300-24— Restrictions on Class I and Class III members of Planning Board. § 300-25— Findings. § 300-26— Abolishment of Zoning Board of Adjustment; discharge of members. § 300-27— Reference to Board of Adjustment. § 300-28— Creation and membership. § 300-29— Responsibilities. § 300-30— Referrals by Planning Board and Zoning Board of Adjustment. § 300-31— Applications for permits. § 300-32— Application required. § 300-33— Time of filing. § 300-34— Application content. § 300-36— Completeness of application. § 300-37— Concept plan for development. § 300-38— General. § 300-39— Minor subdivision plan and minor site plan. § 300-40— Preliminary plat and preliminary site plan. § 300-41— Improvements or guaranties required for final approval of major subdivisions; site plans. § 300-42— Final plat and final site plan. § 300-43— Subdivisions. § 300-44— Site plan. § 300-46— Installation for subdivisions. § 300-47— Installations for site plans. § 300-49— General. § 300-50— Allocation of costs; criteria in determining allocation. § 300-51— Determination of cost of improvements. § 300-52— Manner of construction. § 300-54— Payment of allocated cost. § 300-59— Subdivisions. § 300-60— Site plans. § 300-61— Exceptions. § 300-85— Affordable housing mandatory set-aside. § 300-89— Dedication of right-of-way. § 300-91— Building lot to abut a street. § 300-101— Application; granting of use. § 300-104— R-3 Residence Districts A and B. § 300-104.1— AH-I Affordable Housing-Industrial District. § 300-107— B-3 Business District. § 300-109— B-5 Business District. § 300-111— I-1 and I-2 Industrial Districts. § 300-111.1— RH Residential High-Density Zone. § 300-111.2— MAO Myrtle Avenue Multifamily Residential Overlay District. § 300-115— Zoning permits.
Planning Commission
Police Department
Ch 27 Art III— Police Department § 27-7— Department established. § 27-8— Administration. § 27-9— General requirements. § 27-10— Hours of employment. § 27-11— Promotions. § 27-12.1— Outside detail of police officers. 27-12.1A{1}— Outside detail of police officers. § 27-12.2— Police Department rules and regulations. § 27-12.3— Office of Emergency Management. § 27-17— Firefighters. § 27-21— Regulations. § 80-3— Licensing. § 95-1— Permit required. § 95-2— Exemptions. § 95-3— Application. § 95-6— Application. § 95-9— Administration. § 95-17— Application requirements. § 95-21— Inspection. § 95-22— Safety. § 95-23— Enforcement. § 113-9— Inspection of premises. § 121-5— Enforcement. § 130-1— Fees established. § 132-3— Requirements for permit. § 134-2— Exceptions. § 170-4— Enforcement. § 180-4— Enforcement. § 201-5— Lost, stolen or mutilated parking permits. § 201-21— Authority to remove vehicles from streets and parking lots. § 201-25— Collection of currency deposited in collection equipment. § 201-28— Parking of other trailers prohibited. § 201-29— Parking prohibited during inclement weather. § 201-30— Removal of snow-covered and plowed-in vehicles. § 201-32— Removal of vehicles from snow-covered roads; recovery of possession. § 201-36— Daily contractor permits. § 201-47— Enforcement of regulations. § 205-1— Hours of use; rules and regulations. § 205-8— Warning signs. § 214-13— Enforcement. § 218-13— Posting of maximum number of occupants required. § 218-20— Enforcement. § 225-6— Enforcement by Police Department. § 225-16— Enforcement. § 233-13— Application and enforcement. § 246-12— Authorized enforcement agent. § 249-6— Enforcement. § 249-23— Enforcement. Ch 254— Streets and Sidewalks § 254-14— Permit required. § 254-16— Road openings; construction details. § 265-8— Investigation of applicant. § 265-17— Application for driver's license; background check; items accompanying application. § 265-27— Enforcement. 276-1{3}— Definitions and requirements. 276-1{4}— Definitions and requirements. § 276-3— Towing contractors. § 276-5— Release of impounded vehicles. § 276-7— Enforcement. § 276-11— Operator dealings with public. § 289-24— Traffic regulations at Boonton Post Office. § 289-30— Manual on uniform traffic control devices. § 303-58— Disposal of dead animals. § 303-82— Enforcement. § 303-83— Enforcement against individuals. § DL-1— Disposition of legislation.