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Cresskill was initially inhabited by the Hackensacky and Lenni Lenape Indians. Dutch trappers and traders settled there in 1643. The Dutch settlers displaced the Indians and began farming the area. During the Revolutionary War, the farms in Cresskill were raided by the British.

Following World War II, Cresskill became the new home to many service men and their growing families. Anxious to raise their children in a small suburban town they settled here and became involved in the schools and community.

Today, the Borough of Cresskill, located in the Northern Valley of New Jersey, enjoys the charm and tranquility of a residential community.

Cresskill prides itself with an excellent school system with an outstanding curriculum as well as before and after school programs. The school system consists of two elementary schools, Edward H. Bryan and Merritt Memorial, and a junior-senior high school, Cresskill High School.

Recreation programs in Cresskill consist of a summer recreation program, baseball, football, tennis, karate and many other activities. Memorial Day celebrations include a parade through town, and open house at the Cresskill Municipal Swim Club. Fourth of July, the Recreation committee sponsors field events, rides, a petting zoo, a disc jockey, hot dogs and cotton candy.

Cresskill is a community of approximately 2.2 miles and is 10 miles from New York City which can be reached by bus service. There is a full time police department, a volunteer fire department and ambulance corps. A quaint downtown Cresskill consists of shops, restaurants, banks, a public library and the Borough Hall. Since its birth, Cresskill has provided a place for people to raise families and build a sense of community. It continues to appeal to those who seek a peaceful community near the thriving metropolis of New York.

Cresskill is known today for its attractive tree-lined streets, a low crime rate, quality municipal services, and plenty of small town charm.   Its high school was ranked #19 of the top 75 public high schools in the state by New Jersey Monthly (September 2002).   The well-known monument, standing tall at the intersection of Knickerbocker Road and Madison Avenue, commemorates Camp Merritt, a major WWI Army facility.   The Borough of Cresskill offers housing options within its 2.1 square miles that are broader than its average sale price might suggest.

 

Borough Clerk:                                                201.569.5400                          

School District:                                                201.567.5919

Superintendent of Schools:                               201.567.5921 – Charles Khoury, 1 Lincoln Drive

Merit Memorial:                                               201.569.8381 - Dogwood Lane

Cresskill Junior/Senior High School:                 201.567.5479 – 1 Lincoln Drive

Cresskill Municipal Pool:                                 201.568.4444                          

Tennis Courts:     3rd Street

5 Athletic Fields/6 Playgrounds/5 Parks

Various Sports – Soccer, Basketball, Softball, Wrestling, Little League, Baseball & Football

Town-Wide Celebrations:   4th of July, Ragamuffin Halloween Parade

 

Education:

 

            The Cresskill Public Schools serve students in kindergarten through twelfth grade.   Schools are in the district (with enrollment data from the New Jersey Department of Education’s 2004-05 School Report Cards) are Edward H. Bryan School with 565 students in grades K-6, Merritt Memorial School with 329 students in grades K-6 and Cresskill High School with 720 students in grades 7-12.

 
Useful links:

http://www.cresskillboe.k12.nj.us/cresskill/
https://sites.google.com/site/cresskillpubliclibrary/home
https://www.facebook.com/places/Things-to-do-in-Cresskill-New-Jersey/103802819657880/
http://delvinarestaurant.com/
http://www.cresskillanimalhosp.com/
http://www.cresskillpizza.com/
http://www.griffinrestaurant.com/
http://farmhousecafenj.com/
http://www.academyofsttherese.com/sttc/
http://www.reisnerortho.com/
http://www.cresskillcoop.com/
http://www.energycresskill.com/class-schedules
http://www.cresskillfire.org/
http://www.memorycareliving.com/cresskill/
http://www.cvs.com/stores/cvs-pharmacy-address/80+Piermont+Road-Cresskill-NJ-07626/storeid=4644
http://www.usnews.com/education/best-high-schools/new-jersey/districts/cresskill-public-school-district/cresskill-high-school-12515


 
For more information about Cresskill, log on to their official site: www.cresskillboro.com

General Information:

Town Name:

Cresskill

City Hall:

Cresskill Borough Hall

Address:

67 Union Avenue, Cresskill NJ 07626

Phone Number:

201-569-5400

Land Area:

2.1 square miles

Distance to NYC:

19 miles

Town Website:

http://civ.com/cresskill/

Library Website:

http://www.bccls.org

Water Service:

United Water Company

Gas & Electric:

P.S.E. & G./Rockland Electric

 

Demographics:

Population:

8,509

Population Density / Mile:

3,983

Median Age:

41.98

Number of Households:

2,842

Average Household Size:

3

Households with Children:

1,227

Median Household Income:

$107,816

Median Years in Residence:

7

Annual Residential Turnover:

10

Median Dwelling Age:

44