Nutley is a township just east of the Garden State Parkway in Northeastern Essex County New Jersey. Within its almost three and a half square miles, it is a centrally located, walkable,
business district. The various neighborhoods boast well-kept homes that are all a short walk to a playground or park. Many families have lived in Nutley for generations, making it a close-knit community. Visit the official Township of Nutley Website for more information.
Nutley Public Schools offer 5 Elementary Schools, a Middle School, and a High School. The high school, located on Franklin Avenue, offers an academy of fine and performing arts as well as Honors and Advanced Placement courses.
Dining, Shopping, and Entertainment
Franklin Avenue offers a varied assortment of restaurants from the local Pizzeria to Starbucks. The street is lined with vintage-style street lamps and pretty planters filled with seasonal flowers. Stroll down the Avenue to find interesting boutiques and bites to eat.
There is even a lovely Performing Arts Theater in Nutley called The Little Theater.
Parks and Recreation
There are literally over a dozen parks and playgrounds in Nutley, offering ballfields, picnic areas, tennis courts, and more. You can find a complete list of the parks and their services on the Township Website.
Nutley is close to several major highways, including the Garden State Parkway and Routes 3, 21 and 7.
A Jitney service keeps commuter traffic down to a minimum as it escorts residents through town to the local NJ Transit train station, Delawanna, in Clifton. You can find the Jitney schedules on the Township Website. Bus service is available from the DeCamp Bus Lines.