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Memorial Day Parade 2014


Snow Pictures - 2014
Thank you to Jared  & Mary for providing us with some great shots of the Township after a winter storm in early February.

Cell Tower Installation
Installation of the cell tower now located at town hall.

Memorial Day Parade 2013
A special addition to this years parade was the inclusion of Chief for a Day.  This year Chief Randy Ciocco was "replaced" with Jackie Baez.  Please click on the gallery title to view all images from this years parade.

Super Bowl 2012
Congratulations to the Twp. of Washington Senior Falcons for beating Lodi 21 -14 this year in the 2012 NBJFL Super Bowl held in River Vale. For the first time in "Coach Spez's" career of coaching the recreation football program, his Seniors brought the championship trophy home.

Town Festival - 2012


WTFD Custom Car Show 2012
The Twp. of Washington's Fire Department held their Annual Antique Custom Car and Motorcycle Show on Sunday, June 20th at the Westwood Regional High School.  Held in the school parking lot, this event was great fun for the entire family, serving up music, hot dogs, hamburgers, awards, 50/50 and lots of great sites! Check out these awesome rides...

Memorial Day Parade - 2011
In case you missed it, here is a photo re-cap of the Twp. of Washington's Memorial Day Parade - 2011.

Town Day 2011 - Part 1


Town Day - Part II


Historic Photo Gallery (Click here)

Population and trade in the Township of Washington grew with the completion of the N.J. and N.Y. Railroad through the Pascack Valley in the decade following the Civil War. These changes heralded the idea for communities to have self-government. Between 1894 and 1909, the municipalities of Emerson, Westwood, Hillsdale, Woodcliff Lake, Rivervale, Park Ridge and Montvale applied to the state for charters allowing them to form new boroughs. The Township of Washington dwindled to a mere 3-1/4 square miles. By 1910, the Township had a population of 100. We have posted some early photos representing what our town looked like in the early days of development.


September 11th Memorial Service

The Township held a 9/11 Memorial Service to pay tribute to all our fallen firefighters, police, medical responders, and innocent victims of the September 11, 2001 tragedy. It is hard to believe that nine years have passed; it seems like yesterday that we heard those first unbelievable reports that a plane, then another plane, had crashed into the Twin Towers of the World Trade Center, followed by a third airliner crashing into the Pentagon, and a fourth one crashing into afield in Pennsylvania.

The anniversary of the terrorist attacks offers a time to remember, to reflect about this unforgettable moment in history, and to reconsider the effect that September 11 has had on our country and the world.  

*Special thanks to Officer Castronova for photographing the event.



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