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Please click the link for information regarding the Request for Qualifications for professional Engineering Services for the following project: Waste Water Treatment Plant Improvements (RFQ:2018-001) or contact our Town Administrator, Sarah Harris at 336-367-7941 option 3.


Click the link to view the 2017 Annual Drinking Water Quality Report for the Town of Boonville.

folder 2017 Annual Drinking Water Quality Report




The Town of Boonville (1,220 population) is seeking an individual to fill the position of Chief of Police, who is retiring after 30 years of service. The individual selected will perform complex professional work consisting of planning, organizing, and directing the overall operation of the Police Department. Duties involve establishing Departmental policies and procedures, overseeing the Department’s budget, recruitment, selection, career development, and training of personnel for a Department of 5 full-time and 6 part-time officers. Work requires independence, initiative, good judgment, and strong leadership abilities.

Education and Experience: Bachelor’s degree in law enforcement or a related field preferred. Five years of recent, continuous, responsible municipal police service experience as a full-time police officer to include, one to two years’ experience in a managerial position with a police agency of comparable size of Boonville in terms of the scope of activity or an equivalent combination of training and experience. Must be a certified State of North Carolina Law Enforcement Officer. The Town offers a highly competitive benefits package; NC Retirement, 401(k), medical, dental and vision insurance, holidays, sick leave and paid vacations. Salary DOQ.

Submit letter of interest with resume to Town Clerk, Town of Boonville, PO Box 326, Boonville, NC 27011. The position will remain open until filled.


To learn more about you, the current Boonville consumer and what you would like to see more of in Boonville we are conducting this survey. This survey is part of the implementation of the town of Boonville’s recently completed economic development strategic plan. All responses are confidential and we will share the outcome of the survey at a date to be determined. To participate in the survey, click here.


Boonville Consumer Preference Survey

Boonville Elementary School has been selected as a 2017 Piedmont Triad Educational Consortium Signature School. Each school had to create a one minute video about their school. Click here to view their video as they highlight what is good in public education.

The 2018 Town of Boonville Calendar is now available! Visit Town Hall today to pick up your calendar for trash, recycling, bulk, and brush pick ups!


2018 town calendar

The Boonville Business and Downtown Development Association, Inc. (BBDDA) is not only making changes in our community, but has also undergone some recent changes in branding. As you may have noticed, the BBDDA has recently come out with a new logo and has launched a Facebook page to help connect residents and visitors to Downtown Boonville. This initiative is a part of the Boonville Economic Development Strategic Plan that focuses on three community economic development strategies; Small Business and Downtown Revitlization, Community Events and Marketing, Community Appearance and Recreation. Stay tunned as they get ready to launch their website in the upcoming months!


pdf Economic Development Strategic Plan (382 KB)




Click here to learn more about the Economic Development Strategic Plan recently adopted by the Town Board!



pdf Economic Development Strategic Plan (382 KB)

Learn more about the Town of Boonville's Streetscape Plan!

Congratulations to Boonville locals, Debbie Cooper, James Smith and Jeff Smith on their awards at the 2017 Chamber of Commerce Annual Meeting. Debbie Cooper from Holly Ridge Campground received the Volunteerism Award and local farmers, James and Jeff Smith from Smith Farms were named Yadkin County Farmers of the Year.