Verona Community Information
Verona was incorporated as its own borough in 1907 after separating from the Caldwells. With its wealth of recreational programs and small-town feel, it’s an ideal place to call home.
Verona is known for its strong sense of community. Hundreds of dedicated volunteers work together to improve the quality of life for all residents. Volunteer organizations include the Verona Fire Department, the Public Safety Committee, School Community Association (SCA), the Hilltop Conservancy and various local sports teams.
Perhaps the town’s most treasured feature is the picturesque Verona Park. Designed in the 1920s by the Olmsted Brothers, it is the fifth largest of Essex County’s parks at over 54 acres. It has a scenic, 13 acre lake for boating and fishing, athletic fields and a mile-long jogging course. The park gazebo is also a popular spot for concerts.
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