Nestled at the foot of South Mountain, between Hagerstown and Frederick, lies a rural town at the crossroads of regional heritage tourism. Founded in 1792 by George and William Boone, cousins of Daniel Boone, Boonsboro forms a gateway to relevant colonial and Civil War heritage sites including the National Road, Washington Monument State Park, South Mountain and Antietam National Battlefield. The C&O Canal Towpath and Harpers Ferry Historical Park are only minutes away, and the proximity to the Appalachian Trail makes Boonsboro a welcome respite for hikers.
Boonsboro offers visitors an array of local attractions: a Town Museum featuring historical artifacts, a restored 1902 Trolley Station, a beautiful Park and the Inn BoonsBoro - a historic bed-and-breakfast located on the Square owned by New York Times Bestselling author Nora Roberts.
Located in Southern Washington County, Boonsboro is a one and a half hour drive from Baltimore, MD & Washington, D.C.
Town Hall Business Hours
Phone (301) 432-5141
Mayor and Council Agendas are posted here.
Meetings Chambers are located in the Charles F. 'Skip' Kauffman Building adjacent to Town Hall at
19 North Main Street
All meetings, with the exception of Executive Sessions and Closed Sessions, are open to the public
Regular Meeting, Meeting Chambers
Monday, April 2 at 7:00 PM
Workshop Meeting, Meeting Chambers
Monday, April 30 at 7:00 PM
*Website last update on March 22, 2018*