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With a population of just over 13,000 residents, Saddle Brook, New Jersey is located in Bergen County, in close commuting distance to New York City and near to all that Bergen County has to offer.
Primarily a resdiential community, Saddle Brook offers its residents a strong school system, numerous parks and recreation activities and a variety of shopping and dining options both within the community and in surrounding towns in Bergen County.
Residents enjoy the many shopping, dining and recreational options offered throughout Saddle Brook and greater Bergen County, as well as the borough’s close proximity to the world-renowned cultural and entertainment activities in nearby New York City.
Saddle Brook is conveniently located in close proximity to many major roadways, including the Garden State Parkway, Interstate 80 and Routes 4, 17 and 46, which provide quick access to points throughout Bergen County. Residents also take advantage of extensive public transportation that offers service by bus or train to New York City and beyond.
The Saddle Brook Public School District offers a strong educational system and serves students in kindergarten through twelfth grade. Residents send their kindergarten through sixth grade students to one of three elementary schools: Franklin, Long School and Helen I. Smith. Students in grades seven through twelve attend Saddle Brook High School. Washington School houses many of the District’s special education and early intervention programs.