Reach the Unique Municipal Marketplace
The official magazine of the New Jersey State League of Municipalities (NJLM), NJ Municipalities is read by local government officials and decision-makers in all areas of municipal government. NJLM is a century-old and trusted organization, and its municipal readership relies on NJ Municipalities magazine for news, new initiatives, and information on local government in New Jersey. 92% of NJ Municipalities' readers are currently involved in local government, allowing ads to reach a unique niche public sector audience.
Many of the magazine's current advertisers have found success in establishing brand awareness and a lasting presence through advertising. With more than 6,355 readers, over 70% of subscribers have advertised for 10 years or longer. Due to the content of articles, issues experience a high pass-along readership, as they are often distributed among staff throughout the different municipal departments.
Recognized for its quality of content and display, NJ Municipalities is the recipient of numerous awards, including both the APEX Award for Publication Excellence and the MarCom Gold Award for Honoring Excellence in Marketing and Communications (read about our most recent award).
The magazine is available in both print and digital formats by subscription.
Advertising in the League magazine gives Warshauer an excellent opportunity to have a presence among NJ's elected officials. It is a great way for us to promote our state contracts to all state municipalities. The magazine is a valuable resource that keeps us updated on the news and various issues faced by municipalities of New Jersey.
James Golando, Director of Marketing, Warshauer Electric Supply (Jan 2023)
AccuScan has advertised in NJLM’s publication for several years. We believe this keeps us in front of our target audience. In every edition, they see our name and image. We track all leads and over 91% of all municipal work is directly tied to our advertising presence. It could be a phone call, email or someone speaking to us at the NJLM Annual Conference telling us they saw our advertisement in the journal and planned on seeing us. We will continue to use this valuable asset in serving our NJ customers.
Arthur Staerk, Account executive, AccuScan
Download Media Kit
This kit contains rates, deadlines, copy specifications and general information on advertising in NJ Municipalities magazine. Complete the form to download a kit now, or request to have one mailed to you.Link to page
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Reserve Ad Space Now
When your company is ready to reserve ad space, complete and submit this form. A member of the League staff will contact you once received to confirm your order and provide additional instructions.Link to page
Editorial Calendar (PDF)
A calendar of focus topics for each issue. In addition to articles highlighting the issue focus, each month features member op eds, columns focused on keeping readers current with new legislation, legal issues, finance basics and more.Link to page
Digital magazine bookshelf, featuring issues from the last three publishing years. The first 11 pages are available without a subscription.Link to page
What Our Readers are Saying
Testimonials from current magazine subscribers.Link to page
View a Sample Digital Issue (PDF)
The June 2022 issue of NJ Municipalities.Link to page
100th Anniversary Issue Wins Gold Award
The 100th Anniversary Issue of NJ Municipalities magazine, published in May 2017, was named a Gold Award winner for the Government Publications category of the 2017 MarCom Awards. The issue 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.Link to page
Other Marketing Opportunities
Additional marketing opportunities offered by the League, including the League Supporter Program, Exhibiting at the Annual Conference, Mailing Labels, and more.Link to page
How the Local Government Purchasing Process Works
An overview of the local government purchasing process for vendors.Link to page