NJ Municipalities Magazine

Overview

The official publication of the New Jersey League of Municipalities, NJ Municipalities serves as a forum for the exchange of ideas and information on municipal affairs, new initiatives and changing legislation for public officials in New Jersey. NJ Municipalities has been a news source for local government organizations for over 100 years, and is available in print and digital format. 

NJ Municipalities is published monthly, with the exception of July, August and September. No material may be reprinted from this publication without the express permission of the Editor.

100th Anniversary Issue Wins Gold Award

The 100th Anniversary Issue of NJ Municipalities magazine, published in May 2017, has been named a Gold Award winner for the Government Publications category of the 2017 MarCom Awards.

The issue of NJ Municipalities showcased the traditional items in each issue of the publication along with a special anniversary section with a 100 year history of the publication and its staff as well as highlights from each decade’s issues.

MarCom Awards recognize outstanding achievement by creative professionals involved in the concept, direction, design and production of marketing and communication materials and programs. MarCom is one of the oldest, largest and most prestigious creative competitions in the world, and is sponsored and judged by the Association of Marketing and Communication Professionals (AMCP), a 23-year-old international organization consisting of several thousand creative professionals.

The magazine is published by Executive Director Michael J. Darcy, CAE, and staffed by Managing Editor Amy Spiezio and Advertising Manager Taran Samhammer, with art direction by Dawn Becan from White Eagle Printing.

“We are proud to continue the legacy of excellence established by the founders of the League more than 100 years ago,” said Executive Director Michael J. Darcy, CAE, “Our efforts to serve and educate our membership and create a lasting record of the stories and successes of municipal governments are worthy endeavors we will continue for many years to come.”

2017-May Issue Cover