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Oradell at a Glance

Below is a summary of important facts and figures pertaining to the Borough of Oradell:

ZIP Code: 07649

County: Bergen

Neighboring Towns: Emerson, Haworth, New Milford, Paramus, River Edge

NJ Transit Rail Service: Pascack Valley Line

NJ Transit Bus Service: #165 (Westwood to Port Authority),  #762 (Hackensack to Paramus), #772 (New Milford to Meadowlands)

Highway Access: Garden State Parkway, Exit 165

Population: 8,161

Distance to Midtown NYC: Approximately 20 miles

Public Schools: Oradell Public School (pre-K through sixth grade, 350 Prospect Avenue, Oradell), River Dell Middle School (seventh and eighth grades, 230 Woodland Avenue, River Edge), and River Dell Regional High School (ninth through twelfth grades, 55 Pyle Street, Oradell)

Government: Oradell is governed by a Mayor and Borough Council, who are elected by voters. The Mayor is elected to a four-year term. The Borough Council comprises six members, who are elected at large to serve staggered three-year terms of office.

Police Department: 21 employees

Fire Department: Volunteer

Local Media: OPTV Television Station (Cablevision Channel 77 or Verizon Channel 28), Town News (weekly newspaper), Bergen Record (daily newspaper)

Honors and Awards: Oradell was ranked second on the 2015 list of “Best Towns for Families” by New Jersey Families magazine. In 2014, the Borough earned a Bronze certification from Sustainable Jersey. River Dell Regional High School was ranked 31st on New Jersey Monthly ’s 2014 list of top high schools in New Jersey and 354th on Newsweek 's 2015 list of top public high schools in the United States. Each year, Newsweek recognizes 500 top-performing public high schools out of almost 30,000 in the nation.