Township of Washington

Established in 1840, Washington Township was named after George Washington who visited the House of Seven Chimneys, a local historic landmark.
Most homes in Washington Township were built after 1950 and followed strict zoning codes established to protect its residential atmosphere. Several townhouse complexes are an integral part of the community. Washington Township has an excellent school system with both public and private facilities. Residents are provided with year-round recreational programs at local parks, athletic fields, swim and tennis clubs. A children's day camp program that features games, sports, crafts and day trips is available during the summer. Other annual events include a Fireman's Pancake Breakfast, Easter Egg Hunt and the children's Halloween Parade. A "Y" Facility offers its members a full scope of activities for young and old alike. Interstate highways provide Washington Township with excellent commuting. The proximity of the town to New York City bound express buses and the Garden State Parkway are a distinct advantage to commuters.

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