Bergenfield was incorporated on June 25, 1894. In the early years of its existence as a community, it bore the name "Schraalenburg" and was settled by prosperous Dutch farmers. In 1872, Jersey City & Albany Railroad built a train station in the Borough and for lack of a better name called it "Bergen Fields". This was later modified to "Bergenfield".
|Town Name: Bergenfield|
|City Hall: Bergenfield Borough Hall|
|Address: 198 North Washington Ave., Bergenfield NJ 07621|
|Phone Number: 201-387-4055|
|Distance to NYC: 16.2 miles|
|Town Website: http://www.bergenfieldboro.com|
|Library Website: http://www.bccls.org|
|Water Service: United Water Company|
|Gas & Electric: P.S.E. & G.|
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