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About Oradell, New Jersey
Oradell was one of 26 boroughs formed in Bergen County, New Jersey in 1894. The original name of Oradell was Delford, but the name was changed on November 12, 1920 by general vote. The first railroad was built in Oradell in the 1870s, and prior to that time it was mainly a farming community. The railroad made commuting to New York City much easier for residents.
Places of Interest
Despite Oradell’s smaller size, the borough has several attractions. Residents and visitors alike will find several public parks and recreational facilities in Oradell. One in particular, the Van Buskirk Island County Park, is a man-made island. The island is a favorite of bird watchers who come to observe the many species of birds that live here. During the winter, locals enjoy practicing a few of their skating techniques on the ice skating ponds at Memorial Field.
Oradell is home to the Bergen County Players, and although it is a smaller theater, it has welcomed many well-known names to its stage. The annual Earth Week Green Fair and Market is held each spring. In addition to raising awareness about the benefits of taking care of the planet, the fair includes arts and crafts, food, rides and entertainment, and games.
Doing Business in Oradell
Downtown Oradell is within walking distance of many neighborhoods. This vibrant area has numerous businesses from restaurants to healthcare providers, attorney’s offices, banks, hair salons, delicatessens, drug stores, and more.
Rite Aid, Marshalls, UPS, and Wells Fargo are just a few of the employers that provide jobs in Oradell. This borough has many residents that are employed in teaching and management positions. Of particular interest, Oradell has more people employed in media, and as designers and artists than 90% of all other communities in the US.
Oradell public schools include Oradell Public School, River Dell Middle School, and River Dell Regional High School. In addition, there are two private schools. Residents of the borough have access to 22 community and junior colleges located within 50 miles. As a suburb of New York City, there are many other educational opportunities available.
Oradell is only 15 miles from Midtown Manhattan and about 23 miles from New York allowing students the added benefit of continued educational opportunities at schools such as Columbia University, The Julliard School, and Cornell University.
The Oradell train station is on the Pasack Valley Line and provides transportation to the Hoboken Station. A connection at Seacaucus Junction is available for the train to New York Penn Station.
The area is also served by the New Jersey Transit bus service that offers local service to Midtown Manhattan.
Bergen Regional Medical Center is a primary provider of quality healthcare services to residents of Bergen County. There are approximately 148 hospitals located in or near Oradell. There are several other healthcare providers as well such as KinderSmiles. They provide personalized pediatric dentistry and orthodontics. Located at 400 Kinderkamack Road, they offer quality and affordable dentistry to residents of Oradell as well as Rutherford, Fairview, Allendale, Hackensack, and other areas of Bergen County. Contact KinderSmiles today for an appointment from one of the top pediatric dentists in the area.