[HISTORY: Adopted by the Mayor and Board of Aldermen of the Town of Boonton 12-17-1990 as Sec. 1-6 of the 1990 Code. Amendments noted where applicable.]
Description of Seal. The seal heretofore provided and used by and for the Town of Boonton is described as follows: Central view of blast furnace and attachments; underneath the motto "Per Industria Prosperamus"; encircling the whole are the letters and figures following: "The Seal of the Town of Boonton, 1867", the impress of which seal represented as aforesaid has been affixed hereto, is hereby declared to be the common seal of the Town of Boonton.
Editor's Note: A copy of the Town Seal is on file in the Town Clerk's office.
Custody of Seal. The Town Clerk shall have the custody of the Town Seal, and the same shall be carefully preserved and kept by him at all times in his office.
[Added by Ord. No. 19-96]
Flag established. There is hereby established an official flag for the Town of Boonton; its specifications are attached hereto and incorporated herein by reference, said flag being similar to the flag which is displayed in the Town Hall meeting room with the exception that the official flag will not have a multicolored center logo all as set forth in the attached specifications.
Specifications for Town of Boonton flag.
The flag shall be rectangular in shape and the hoist shall be less than the size of its fly.
The flag shall have a blue base and a gold border around the entire flag.
Along the top of the flag shall be the words "Town of Boonton" and at the bottom, the words "New Jersey." All words shall be shown in gold block letters.
At the left side, equidistant between the top and bottom shall be the year 1760. On the right side, also equidistant between the top and bottom, shall be the year 1829. These shall be gold in color.
In the center of the flag shall be the town logo. A representation of the Morris Canal surrounded by a circle and scrollwork. The phase "Inc. 1867" is imprinted at the bottom of the logo. The circle, the scrollwork and the phase "Inc. 1967" also shall be gold in color.