A town in New Jersey with a population of 9,625 that is about 40 minutes away from New York City, including traffic time. It and Midland Park aren't as wealthy as their surrounding rich towns like Ridgewood and Saddle River. However, it's a nice Bergen county town, but like most towns in the area, it's boring. Even the nearby Ridgewood downtown gets boring, so you'll probably end up taking the train or driving to New York City. The downtown is pretty decent with great food and stores, but there's a gas station, Rite Aid, and Burger King there that just ruin it. Also there's a bunch of Hispanic guys who all cram into one house by the railroad. They often stare at white people as if they saw Hitler. How is their shitty El Rodeo store still in business anyway? Just hang out in Ridgewood like most people in this area do. The population is 90% white (many Italians), 5% asian, 1% black , and 4% Latino. Really diverse! There's a car show and carnival every year as well as Waldwick Day. In The Swing is an arcade, and there's the Sports Dome, which is used by the New York Red Bulls and other athletes, Hoop Heaven for basketball, a pool, and probably some other stuff I don't recall. There's a Montessori private school, as well as the Forum School. All the schools are much like the schools in the other surrounding towns: well regarded but full of cocky white kids. There are nice fields and parks, as well as a small lake. It's a nice town, but the boredom of suburbia quickly sets in.
Hey, Waldwick was a nice town up until those Hispanic dudes at El Rodeo gave me the death stare...
Are there any non-white people in Waldwick? Yes, but finding them is like finding a rare Pokemon.
(At the train tracks) A wild Hispanic appears! INS I choose you!