Friends of the Hackensack River Greenway through Teaneck Welcome...
Our mission:  To support and encourage the development, maintenance and use of the Hackensack River Greenway through Teaneck.
We are a non-profit 501 (c)(3) organization; all contributions are tax deductible to the full extent of the law.
We meet on the 3rd Thursday of the month at the Rodda Center.  All members are welcome.  If you are interested in joining a committee or doing other work, please let us know.

See our
blog  for recent sightings and events along the Greenway.  Let us know if you wish to have posting access. 

If you witness a pollution incident anywhere along the Greenway call the Hackensack Riverkeeper's Watershed Watch Hotline at (877) CPT-BILL / 278-2455.



Greenway Introduction
   
Maps of the Greenway

Upcoming Events

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Guides, Lecturers & Performers

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The Hackensack River
Greenway through Teaneck
is now a
National Recreation Trail



  
   


 

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Click here for information about our new trail markers! 
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Website last updated 4/22/13


  
Looking south from Andreas Park







                                               
In our ongoing effort to enhance accessibility of the greenway trail the Friends are slowly but steadily reblazing the entire 3.5 mile length.  We are replacing the old blazes with logo markers (example at left) that highlight our National Recreation Trail status and make the trail easier to follow. 


At times, directional arrows are used as well...  
 














                                                                      
Red background arrows are used on, and / or indicate, a secondary trail, such as one that allows for lateral access from River Road.








We encourage you to visit Andreas, Terhune and Brett parks and let us know what you think.



                                                                     
Yellow background arrows are used on, and / or indicate, the main trail.