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Frequently Asked Questions Bergen County
Where Is the Closest NJ GAINSWave Clinic?
NJ GAINSWave in Bergen County is conveniently located at 33 Central Avenue in Midland Park NJ. Our office hours are 9 am to 5 pm Monday through Friday. For complete driving instructions and alternative routes, click Set An Appointment on this website's Home Page, then select the appropriate city or borough.
How Many Municipalities Are in Bergen County?
Bergen County is divided into 70 municipalities, but has no large cities. Its most populous place, is the city of Hackensack New Jersey, which is also its the Bergen county seat. Township of Mahwah accounts for the largest area of any Bergen County municipalities with a scenic 26.19 square miles. Due to a change in state laws, many New Jersey townships, unincorporated places, and census designated areas are being absorbed by borough status. This is due to increased representation on government planning committees and outright tax incentives.
Is Bergen County a Healthy Place to Live?
In March of 2019, Bergen County NJ was named one of the healthiest places to live in the United States by U.S. News & World Report. The popular bedroom communities of New York City ranked 147 out of 3,000 locations evaluated and graded by the Aetna Foundation for various health-related factors as well as environmental concerns based on rates of smoking, alcohol abuse, and obesity as well as access to healthcare, mental health, and fitness centers. The rankings were based on health statistics from the U.S. Census and Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).
Does Bergen County Have Blue Laws?
Yes, Bergen County enforces one of the last remaining state blue laws in the United States. Blue laws restrict the sale of certain goods on Sundays, forcing all mall and most retail stores to close for the day. Repeated attempts by voters to reject the law have failed due to residents' interest in preserving one day where the roadways are far less congested. As for the county's Exempt Products Lists, the preparation of drugs (medications) and items for personal hygeine as well as health and beauty aids are eligible for Sunday sales.
Why Have So Many Townships Disappeared?
Bergen County, to a greater extent than other New Jersey counties, began dividing its townships up into incorporated boroughs. The decision was due to loopholes in New Jersey laws that allowed boroughs to levy lower taxes and elect additional members to the Bergen County board of freeholders. During the last ten years of the twentieth century, many townships were disolved into the patchwork of existing boroughs.
Last year I had a bit of a down period, I was not having any fun anymore, and I noticed I was losing it. [Then I had the GAINSWave] and the results were staggering.
— Ronald S. (Producer) - Bergen County, NJ