Lawyers for Bergenfield Drug & Traffic Tickets
Common moving violations in Bergenfield include failure to obey traffic control device or stop signs (NJSA 39:4-81, NJSA 39:4-144), careless driving (NJSA 39:4-97), speeding (NJSA 39:4-98), and leaving the scene of an accident (NJSA 39:4-129). We have defended clients against thousands of municipal court violations across the state. Give us a call to see how your tickets in Bergenfield can be reduced or eliminated.
Bergenfield Court and Police Dept. Info
The Bergenfield Municipal Court is located at 198 N Washington Ave, Bergenfield, NJ 07621. The Honorable Judge Helene C. Herbert holds court sessions on Wednesdays at 4:00 pm. The office hours are Monday through Friday from 8:30am through 4:30pm.
The residents of Bergenfield take pride in their borough’s invaluable emergency services. The Police Department, Fire Department and the Volunteer Ambulance Corporation are all vital parts of the community. There are 46 police officers in the department overall, as of 2010. They are accountable for all phases of monitoring, patrolling, and protecting all of the residents in the borough. In 2010 the crime rate was 9.4 percent.
The Bergenfield Fire Department was created in 1905 and has three self-governing fire companies and a fulltime staff. Along with the police they will promptly respond to all fire emergency calls.
General Bergenfield Details
Bergenfield Borough is located Bergen County, United States. It is approximately 20 miles away from New York City. Bergenfield was created from segments of Englewood and Palisades Twp on June 25, 1894.
In 2010 Bergenfield was ranked as the 211th best place to live in New Jersey in New Jersey Monthly Magazine. It was listed as the 231st best place to live in the magazine’s 2008 issue.
According to the United States Census Bureau, Bergenfield’s entire region is 2.885 square miles. In 2010 the median home sales price was $310,000, which is on par with the reported average yearly property taxes of $8,424.
It was reported that the median household income for residents in Bergenfield is $62,172. For a family the average income was $71,187. Males showed a median income of $42,074, while females reportedly earned an average of $35,137. In 2008 the jobless rate was 4.1 percent.
There are seven public schools in the Bergenfield school district. The Roy W. Brown Middle School serves students in grades six through eight. The Lincoln School, Hoover School, Jefferson School, Washington School, and Franklin School are all serving students in Kindergarten through fifth grades. Lastly, The Bergenfield High School is for students in ninth through twelfth grades. There are some private school options as well within the borough of Bergenfield. The three schools are the Transfiguration Academy for grades kindergarten through fourth. The Bergenfield Montesorri Early Learning Center and the Up and Growing School are only for pre-kindergarten and kindergarten age students. While there are no colleges within the borough of Bergenfield, there are several located within the vicinity. Farleigh Dickinson University is only three miles away in Teaneck, NJ.
In 1941 The Bergenfield Volunteer Ambulance Corps, Inc. was incorporated. This is a volunteer association, which is completely separate from the Bergenfield Fire Department. They are supported by donations from the public and do not bill the people they help and serve. All volunteers are certified emergency medical technicians and members of the New Jersey State First Aid Council, and all are capable in providing basic life support. They will also assist Bergenfield’s neighboring towns such as Teaneck, Dumont, and New Milford with their emergencies.