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Montvale, the most northern Borough of the Pascack Valley, edging to New York State, and last exit on leaving the Garden State Parkway. A town rich in farmland, many major cooperate headquarters and the location of the award winning Pascack Hills High School (sister school in the Pascack Valley Regional High School system).
Mercedes-Benz, Benjamin Moore,and A&P are some of the cooperate headquarters found in the Cooperate Park section of the town and provide the ability to stabilize the property tax for the quiet neighborhoods where residents can relax.
Recreation is provide on a vast scale of activities for families through out the year including Montvale Swim Club, Mar-bel Stables, Montvale Athletic Park, and Montvale Bowling Lanes. The Parks in the borough are a combined to be over 30 acres and provide tennis, basketball, football, soccer, baseball, and softball.
Transportation is provided by bus and rail by the downtown center and train station located at Grand Avenue and Kinderkamack Road. Train is part of the Pascack Valley Line and runs to Hoboken Terminal and connects to the Secaucus Junction. Many fine eateries surround the Montvale downtown park including Davey's Irish Pub & Restaurant, Ellen's Pancake House, The Porter House and Bellissimo Italian Restaurant.
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