River Vale, New Jersey
The Township of River Vale is located in northeastern Bergen County, and borders Rockland County, New York. It is also bordered by Montvale, Park Ridge, Woodcliff Lake, Hillsdale, Westwood, Emerson, Harrington Park, and Old Tappan in what is known as the Pascack Valley. Nearly 10,000 residents live within the township's 4.08 square miles.
Rich in revolutionary War History, River Vale was the site of famous Baylor Dragoon Massacre in 1778. Today, a tranquil residential atmosphere is reflected in this charming community known as the "Garden Spot" of the Pascack Valley. Rolling lawns, shaded streets and lovely homes are characteristic of its neighborhoods. The school system, with its quality and excellence, exemplifies River Vale's overall image. This town boasts more country clubs than any other town in the Pascack Valley. These supplement the exceptional recreational facilities, teen center, town parks and ballfields that provide residents with opportunities for both social and athletic events. The annual Township Picnic, Memorial Day Parade, Summer Day Camp and Little League soccer and football programs are available to residents. The "Four Corners" is the center for the office and commercial activity of the Township.
(Some text on this page courtesy of Eastern Bergen County Board of Realtors)
Additional information can be found on the River Vale Police Department Web site: http://www.rivervalepolice.com/
and on the Township of River Vale's Official Web site: