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The residential community of Washington Township is an upscale town which has maintained it's family atmosphere. The town has undergone recent updates to keep up with the ever changing times. The Township's Public Library got a new face along with the conveniently located town shopping center on Pascack Road. Residents are sure to meet their basic needs with a major Grocery Store as well as Family Movie Theatre and several other specialty stores. Picturesque Schlegel Lake in the center of the township can be enjoyed by members as well as residents taking a stroll down the street surrounding the Lake.

When school is in session, children of the township join Westwood children to attend the Jr./Sr. High School while each town attends their own Grammer schools. One of the Parochial Schools in the County can be found at the Immaculate Heart Academy Girl's High School in the Township.

In the Summertime, families can enjoy the Swim Club, 8 private Tennis Courts, a YM/YWHA as well as a Racquet Ball Club.

The quiet town is surrounded by major highways such as Rt. 17,4 and Garden State Parkway. The Township offers five Condominium complexes, a new luxury Senior Citizen Condo Development being constructed and beautiful homes on tree lined streets.

Washington Township was created by an Act of the New Jersey Legislature on April 13, 1840, from the territories between the Hackensack River and Saddle River that had been part of Harrington Township. At the time of its creation, the township encompassed an area of 19,525 acres (79.01 km2), more than 30 square miles (78 km2). Growth in the area exploded after the Civil War with the completion of the New Jersey and New York Railway through the Pascack Valley, as communities were established near the railroad's stations.


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Washington Township

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Washington Township Hall


350 Hudson Avenue, Washington Township NJ 07676

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Hackensack Water Company

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P.S.E. & G.





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