Communications

Get Critical Information

Communication is a critical function of any governmental entity. In order to make sure they know what's going on in Livingston, it's important for residents to register for Emergency Police and Township Alerts.

Livingston uses the Swift911 Emergency Notification System.  

Registering is easy, and you'll get important updates and information from the Township by phone, text and email. (Please note: the information in our Swift911 system is never sold to outside entities)

Then, follow us on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram, and visit this website often for the latest on what's happening in Livingston!

Communications Overview

The Communications Coordinator reports to the Township Manager and works with all departments. The Coordinator is responsible for researching, recommending, implementing, evaluating and updating varied official initiatives and strategies throughout the Township and with various departments.  

The Communications Department maintains the guidelines for Township social media, logo usage and overall tone, and works to ensure that Township-related or Township-sponsored organizations and volunteer groups maintain an appropriate level of propriety as representatives of the Township, whether through events, programs or materials. The Department also provides publicity and social media support along with these groups. Of course, the Communications Department is responsible for brand identity, public relations and events, and communications and marketing strategy for the Township of Livingston. This includes working with outside entities, such as the BID and Chamber of Commerce, when appropriate. We uphold the tone and direction of the Township of Livingston, disseminating information through various and evolving means, through the website, print materials, social media channels, and overall. 

Covid-19 & Critical Communications

The Communications Coordinator creates, supports, promotes, and oversees external communications and messaging. This has has been a key component during the Covid-19 pandemic. Throughout the pandemic Communications has created, circulated, and maintained both emergency notifications and critical information and links to other sources, which are useful to our community. The Department has served as a conduit through which public health and safety information has reached the community. Communications continually researches, confirms data legitimacy, shares, and disseminates information, in addition to maintaining a critical eye toward future trends to keep residents as well informed and as prepared as possible.