Introduction to Hasbrouck Heights, New Jersey
Hasbrouck Heights, New Jersey, in Bergen county, is 2 miles E of Passaic, New Jersey and 9 miles NW of New York, New York. The town is considered part of the Bergen - Passaic metropolitan area. Hasbrouck Heights has a population of 11,662.
Hasbrouck Heights History
Hasbrouck Heights was initially a part of the Lodi Township. At that time, Hasbrouck Heights was known as Corona and in 1890 it was renamed Hasbrouck Heights, as there was already another Corona in New York. It was incorporated on July 31, 1894. In 1901, a portion of Hasbrouck Heights was transferred to Lodi.
Hasbrouck Heights and nearby Attractions
- Meadowlands Museum
- New Jersey Naval Museum
- Dahnert's Lake County Park
- Cathedral of Saint John the Divine
- Van Saun Park
- Grants Tomb
Things To Do In Hasbrouck Heights
You can visit the Hasbrouck Heights Public Library and the local museums to explore the history of the town. You can also plan a trip to the Farmers Market or to the nearby Lodi Memorial Park. In addition, Hasbrouck Heights also organizes summer concerts at the Woodland Park.
Hasbrouck Heights Transportation
La Guardia International is the closest major airport.
Hasbrouck Heights Higher Education
Facilities for higher education are provided by Bergen Community College, Connecticut School of Broadcasting, Stevens Institute of Technology, Saint Peters College and Passaic County Community College, among others.