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Teaneck is a thriving city located in the the heart of central Bergen County. The population is approximately 40,000 people. Commuting to Manhattan is convenient as it is near major transportation routes, including the NJ Turnpike, Interstate 80 and Route 4. Commuting to New York City by car is easy via the George Washington Bridge in nearby Fort Lee, or through the Lincoln and Holland Tunnels located in Hudson County.

Teaneck has numerous parks, including Overpeck County Park, which is located along the shores of Overpeck Creek and offers more than 8,000 acres of land for residents and visitors alike to enjoy.

Teaneck provides many educational opportunities, and offers both public and private schools. Students in pre-kindergarten through twelfth grade attend Teaneck Public Schools. There is also one preschool, three lower schools, two middle schools and one high school. Teaneck is also home to the Torah Academy of Bergen County and Ma'ayanot Yeshiva High School, two private Orthodox Jewish schools, and Schechter Regional High School, a conservative Jewish high school. Founded in 1968, the Community School is a private school located in Teaneck that serves bright children with learning and attentional disabilities. Fairleigh Dickinson University is also located within the city of Teaneck.

The seventh largest and second most populous municipality in Bergen County, Teaneck has a unique blend of cultures, languages, and ethnicity's. Originally inhabited by Hackensack Indians, it was settled by Dutch Colonists in the 1600's and incorporated as the township in 1895. It claims some of the oldest homes in America and gained national notoriety in the 1960's when it became the first community in the country to vote for integrated schools.

 

General Information:

Town Name:

Teaneck

City Hall:

818 Teaneck Road

Address:

Municipal Building, Teaneck NJ 07666

Phone Number:

201-837-1600

Land Area:

6 + sq. miles

Distance to NYC:

14 miles

Town Website:

http://www.teanecknjgov.org

Library Website:

http://www.bccls.org

Water Service:

United Water Company

Gas & Electric:

P.S.E.&G.

 

Demographics:

Population:

40,168

Population Density / Mile:

6,636

Median Age:

39.86

Number of Households:

13,546

Average Household Size:

3

Households with Children:

5,410

Median Household Income:

$92,829

Median Years in Residence:

6

Annual Residential Turnover:

10

Median Dwelling Age:

54