Living in secaucus township, NJ

    About Secaucus:

    Just minutes from Manhattan, Secaucus offers small town living with big city culture and amenities just minutes away. Named the 11th Best Place to Live in the state by New Jersey Monthly in 2008, this 5.9 square mile community of approximately 15,000 residents provides shopping, entertainment, and access. View our apartments in Secaucus, NJ above.

    Schools in Secaucus:

    This Hudson County community is served by the Secaucus School District which has 5 public schools. Millridge School is a PreK school which feeds into Clarendon Elementary or Huber Street Elementary. Students will then go to Secaucus Middle School and Secaucus High School.

    Nearby Transit & Points of Interest:

    Transit & Commuting:

    The Frank R. Lautenberg Train Station offers direct service to Manhattan via a number of NJ Transit lines, at a travel time of approximately 14 minutes. The eastern spur of the NJ Turnpike runs through the town and provides access to Secaucus via exits 15X-17. Route 3 also traverses Secaucus, while I-495 runs nearby.


    Secaucus range of shopping is visible in both its outlet options, including Secaucus Plaza and Harmon Cove Outlet Center and in Mill Creek Mall, which offers a collection of big-box retailers. The town is just 3 miles from the Meadowlands Sports Complex, home to a number of sports teams and site of a range of dining and entertainment options, including concerts, competitions, and a bi-weekly flea market. Moreover, with New York City just across the Hudson River, Secaucus residents have the world of arts and entertainment within reach. For those looking for a slower pace, Secaucus offers Laurel Hill County Park, an open space situated between Snake Hill and the Hackensack River. For more information about events, activities, and places of interest in Secaucus, NJ CLICK HERE!