Lawyers for Allendale NJ Traffic Tickets
I defend both adult and juvenile charges in Bergen County, including those originating in Allendale. Most of these charges stem from traffic stops, the majority seeming to occur on W. Crescent Ave., N. Franklin Turnpike and E. Allendale Ave.
Allendale Municipal Court
This court is located at 500 West Crescent Avenue, Allendale, NJ 07401. The Honorable Judge Harry D. Norton holds court evening sessions on the third Tuesday of every month at 5:30 pm. The court prosecutor is Richard M. Rosa. The administrator is Rosemarie Novelli-Salyer. The court phone number is (201) 652-0699.
General Info on Allendale NJ
Allendale Borough is located in northwest Bergen County, United States, approximately 30 miles away from New York City. The main highway in Allendale is Route 17. The major roads in Allendale are Franklin Tpk., Allendale Avenue, Brookside Avenue, and Crescent Avenue.
The Borough was formed on November 8, 1894. According to the 2010 United States Census, Allendale has a population of 6,505. The racial composition of the town was 87.41% white, 0.51% African American, 0.05% Native American, 9.64% Asian, 1.57% from two or more races and 00.83% from other races. Hispanic or Latino was 4.67% of the population.
Twenty towns in New Jersey have sister cities. Allendale is a sister city of Omachi, Saga in Japan. Sister Cities are joint unions between cities in geographically and politically separate areas to encourage educational and cultural ties.
Allendale has two public schools. Hillside School serves students from Kindergarten to 3rd grade and Brookside School is from 4th to 8th grades. The four-year public High School serving grades 9-12, is The Northern Highlands Regional High School, which serves students from four Bergen county towns which include Allendale and Upper Saddle River.
In 2010, Northern Highlands Regional High School was ranked by New Jersey Monthly magazine as the 6th best high school of the 322 ranked schools in New Jersey. The school was ranked 8th in 2008 out of 316 schools. In 2010, 97% of the high school’s graduates planned to attend college, 91.2% of those planning to attend four-year colleges and 6.0% to attend two-year colleges.
Allendale has many beautiful parks and nature preserves to enjoy, most notably is the Celery Farm. The Celery Farm is a 107-acre freshwater marshland that has over 240 different kinds of exotic birds. It has been reported that Bald Eagles, Ravens and Woodpeckers have been observed. There are also many mammals, fish, reptiles and insects to spot there including fox, deer, frogs and turtles.
Another well-known park in the area is the Crestwood Park, which consists of a lake with three diving boards and three beaches for swimming. Sports enthusiasts can take their pick from the many recreational facilities, such as baseball fields, soccer, and football fields, a lacrosse field, and tennis courts.
Due to some recent construction projects that began in August near the municipal court there has been traffic that’s heavier than usual, as people need to follow the new detours. There is a new traffic light being installed at the intersection of Myrtle Avenue and West Crescent Avenue, leaving a portion of the road closed. In addition, the Brookside Avenue Bridge is being restored. Brookside Avenue will be closed at the bridge for approximately one year.