Totowa Borough Hall is located at 537 Totowa Road, Totowa, NJ 07512.
Totowa was incorporated as a borough in 1898.
Totowa as described in 1939 
Totowa is a residential extension of Paterson, in whose silk and dye mills a large part of the borough's adult population is employed. During the Revolution, Washington and his men were encamped in Totowa, where they drilled on a vacant field. One of the early settlers, Joshua Hott Smith, was involved in Benedict Arnold's plot. He escaped execution after a summary court martial delivered the rather remarkable judgment that he was undoubtedly guilty of every charge but that the evidence, unfortunately, was insufficient to convict him. Dutch scholars translate Totowa, or Totua, as it appears in some early records, as where you begin, suggesting that it was once the frontier to the wild west.
Nearby Towns: Bloomfield Twp • Clifton City • Glen Ridge Boro • Montclair Twp • Nutley Twp • Passaic City • Paterson City • Verona Township •