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Ho-Ho-Kus is unique and special--it has access to the 3 Metropolitan airports, is dissected by Route 17, has direct train and bus service to NYC, is a few minutes from the NY Thruway, and has the Garden State parkway in its backyard. However, the prime location and the transportation conveniences do not diminish or interfere with the serene, Halcyon atmosphere evident throughout the town. It is residential in nature, has no major industries, but does have a number of professional offices, attractive stores, and businesses. Its development began as a community in the 1700's when homes were built and farms cultivated. As time progressed, and by 1725, one could find the existence of a church formed under the name of "Low Dutch Reformed Church".

Ho-Ho-Kus Town Information

Population 3,936
Police Department 13 full time
Public Schools Lloyd Elementary - K thru 8 Northern Highlands High School 9 thru 12 by year 2000
Private Schools Ho-Ho-Kus Waldwick Nursery School

Houses of Worship

  • St. Lukes Roman Catholic Church
  • St. Bartholomew’s Episcopal Church
  • Community Church of Ho-Ho-Kus
Recreation Lloyd’s Field North Field
Important Phone Numbers in Ho-Ho-Kus

Borough Hall

Board of Education





Bus 201-529-3666 NJ Transit 1-800-772-2287


Ho-Ho-Kus Organizations

Chamber of Commerce

Contemporary Club

Woman’s Club

Garden Club

Volunteer Fire Department

Tennis Association


Valley Hospital Auxiliary

Youth Activities Council

Newcomers Club

Senior Citizens

Friends of the Hermitage

Volunteer Ambulance

AM Rotary

Project Pride

Republican Club

Joe Jefferson Players

Scouts (Boys and Girls)

Blood Bank Program