Municipal Public Information Contest 

The Municipal Public Information Contest is a recognition program sponsored by Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, New Jersey State League of Municipalities, and New Jersey Municipal Management Association that honors initiatives to increase the public's awareness of government operations, strengthen community ties, and provide useful information and services to citizens. The purpose of this contest is to promote the use of successful and innovative techniques that increase governments' ability to meet citizen needs and improve access to government services.

Previous Winners

The following is a listing of previous contest winners.

  1. 2018
  2. 2017
  3. 2016
  4. 2015
  5. 2014
  6. 2013
  7. 2012
  8. 2011
  9. 2010


Asbury Park City Best Overall Public Information Program

Oradell Borough Best Print Media (Class B Municipality) 

Summit City Best Print Media (Class C Municipality) 

Madison Borough Best Web/Social Media (Class B Municipality)  

Jersey City Best Web/Social Media (Class C Municipality) 

South Toms River Borough Best Special/Innovative Media (Class A Municipality)  

Wyckoff Township Best Special/Innovative Media (Class B Municipality)  

Winslow Township Best Special/Innovative Media (Class C Municipality) 

New Providence Borough Best Visual Media (Class B Municipality) 

Millburn Township Best Visual Media (Class C Municipality)

Certificates of Honorable Mention

Brick Township 

Carteret BoroughDeptford Township
Fair Haven BoroughFranklin Lakes BoroughManville Borough
Maplewood TownshipMiddletown TownshipMonroe Township (Middlesex)
Mount Olive Township

North Brunswick Township

Piscataway Township
Scotch Plains TownshipVineland CityWashington Borough (Warren)


  • Rutgers Center for Government Services
  • New Jersey Municipal Management Association
  • New Jersey State League of Municipalities


  • Jerome “Jerry” Barberio, Administrator, Hammonton Town
  • Gregory Bonin, Township Administrator, Branchburg Township
  • Lori Buckelew, MPA, RMC, Senior Legislative Analyst, New Jersey State League of Municipalities
  • Michael Capabianco, MPA, MSCJ, Borough Administrator, Little Ferry Borough
  • Teri Jover, Borough Administrator, Highland Park Borough


Thomas Kenny, Program Coordinator II, Rutgers Center for Government Services