171 Franklin Tpk, Suite 105
Waldwick NJ 07463
201-445-1996
171 Franklin Tpk, Suite 105
Waldwick NJ 07463
201-445-1996

Ho-Ho-Kus

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Ho-Ho-Kus is a tight-knit community with excellent community services and activities, ranging from holiday activities to youth recreational programs. Ho-Ho-Kus residents of all ages participate in the community’s activities. Ho-Ho-Kus is located close to Paramus and shopping options are plentiful, as most of the borough is within fifteen minutes of five different malls.
Ho-Ho-Kus is located in northern Bergen County, approximately 45 minutes from Manhattan. As of the United States 2000 Census, the borough population was 4,060. Ho-Ho-Kus is a residential community that ranks in the top twenty municipalities in New Jersey in terms of per capita income. It has an interesting history, beautiful properties a variety of community activities available to residents year-round.

Ho-Ho-Kus was formed on October 15, 1908 from what had originally been the Borough of Orvil. Orvil was formed on March 8, 1905. Respectful of its colonial heritage, Ho-Ho- Kus claims the distinction of being one of the oldest communities in New Jersey. Many homes in Ho-Ho-Kus are on the National Register of Historic Places, reflecting the community’s commitment to preserving its history.

Today, Ho-Ho-Kus is a small town with diverse architecture and meticulously maintained greenery. Most of its structures are turn-of-the-century or earlier. The last major housing development, called “Cheelcroft”, was built around the time of the depression.

The Ho-Ho-Kus Public School serves all students in kindergarten through eighth grade.
The school has recently built a million-dollar addition to accommodate its growth in recent years, due to an influx of young families settling in the borough. High School Students attend Northern Highlands Regional High School in neighboring Allendale.

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