Waldwick, NJ

Waldwick NJ



Established in 1919.  Waldwick has always been associated with transportation, and many who work in New York City have found it a particularly family – friendly neighborhood to commute from. IT’s swerved by two train lines, the Bergen County and the Main Line and bisected by Franklin Turnpike and Route 17, major arteries for traversing the northwest suburbs.  Housing is mostly single-family and the population includes a mix of families, seniors and singles.  Famous landmarks include the Whites Pond, Borough Park  Waldwick Train Station and Waldwick Museum of Local History. 

Town Name: Waldwick  
City Hall: Waldwick Administration Building  
Address: 63 Franklin Tpk., Waldwick NJ 07463  
Phone Number: 201-652-5300  
Library Website: http://www.bccls.org  
Water Service: Suez North America   
Gas & Electric: PSE & G  
Distance to NYC: 23 miles  

Number of Households: 3,480  
Households with Children: 1,294  
Average Household Size: 2.816  
Annual Residential Turnover: 6.97  
155 Summit Ave, Waldwick, NJ 07463, Tel: 201-445-3131, Fax: 201-445-0584
Traphagen Elementary School, 153 Summit Ave, Waldwick, NJ 07463  Tel: 201-445-0730

Crescent Elementary School, 165 Crescent Ave, Waldwick, NJ 07463   Tel: 201-445-0690

Waldwick Middle School, 155 Wyckoff Ave, Waldwick, NJ 07643    Tel: 201-652-9000

Waldwick High School, 155 Wyckoff Ave, Waldwick, NJ 07643    Tel: 201-652-9000


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Waldwick Demographics

Population: 9,798

Zip code: 07463

Median Family income: $112,228

Land area: 2.1 square miles square miles

Population Density: 4,738 people/sq mi

Median resident age: 42.69 years

Public elementary / middle schools in Waldwick: 4

Waldwick Town Website: CLICK HERE

Waldwick Listing Stats

Lowest price: $375,000

Highest price: $650,000

Average price: $511,714

Number of listings: 7