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Crime & Safety

Crime & Safety

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Based on a crime rate index with 100 representing the safest areas in the country, West New York was given a rate of 48, meaning that it is safer than 48% of all cities. It is also considered safer than 34% of New Jersey cities. Compared to other cities of West New York’s size and population, it was actually noticeably low. The changes of becoming a victim of a violent crime in this city is approximately 3 in 1,000 (this includes assault, rape, and murder), while the chances of being victimized by a property crime is 15 in 1,000 (burglary, larceny, grand theft auto). These rates are higher than most cities in the United States, but low for New Jersey and of similar populations.

Schools & Education

Schools & Education

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Schools in West New York are served by the West New York School District. The district is one of thirty-one in New Jersey classified as Abbott Schools, based on the necessary involvement of the state to ensure proper funding and satisfactory resources resulting in adequate education. The Early Childhood School is for pre-kindergarten students. West New York offers six elementary schools, named Public School Number 1-5, and the Harry L. Bain School, all of which serve students from kindergarten through sixth grade, with the exception of Public School Number 5 which includes seventh graders. West New York Middle School serves seventh and eighth graders in the city, and Memorial High School grades nine through twelve. St.Joseph of the Palisades Grammar School is a private, Catholic school in West New York overseen not by the state, but by the Archdiocese of Newark. The American Training School for Medical Professionals, a training school for bilingual medical students, is also located in West New York.



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Based on data retrieved from the 2010 Census, the population of West New York was 49,708. That makes for a population density of 49,341 per square mile. Of these residents, 38% reported to be non-families, and 38% married couples. Considering race, 62% of the population reported to be white, 6% Asian, 5% African American, 2% Native American, 20% identifying as other, and 6% claiming two or more races. Hispanic or Latino residents of any race comprised 78% of the population; the third largest Hispanic population in the state. Although the percentage of Native Americans are relatively low, West New York combined with nearby Union City accounts for 38% of the country’s entire Native American population. 35% of the population was between 25 and 44, 22% between 45 and 64, 21% under 18, 12% 65 or older, and 10% between 18 and 24. The ratio of males to females was 98 to 100 respectively. The median income for households reported in 2010 was $42,534, with 18% of the city’s population below the poverty line.



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The nightlife in West New York definitely represents a case of quality over quantity. For the most excitement, Son Cubano is the place to go. The bar itself is gorgeous, decadent and upbeat. They have great food and drinks, and a gorgeous view of the Hudson River. Most nights there is a dj, sometimes live music, but it is more of a bar than club, not designed for dancing. If you are looking for the dancing scene, Decache Lounge and Marinero Grill both have dance floors with mostly Latin dance music. Both are restaurants with full bars that fill up with the bar crowd at night. If you’re more into a laid-back environment, The Wild Rover Pub is a great place to grab a drink, shoot some pool and listen to a jukebox. West New York is just 7 miles from New York City (through the Lincoln Tunnel), and many New Yorkers come to this New Jersey city for a good time and better prices.


We Have 6,381 West New York, NJ Apartment Listings

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thumbnail 3 Bed $2,500 6019 Boulevard E, West New York, NJ March 27th
thumbnail 2 Bed $2,900 6050 Kennedy Boulevard, West New York, NJ March 27th
thumbnail 2 Bed $2,185 6035 Park Avenue, West New York, NJ March 28th
0 Bed $1,900 J F Kennedy Blvd E, West New York, NJ March 27th
thumbnail 2 Bed $1,575 6109 Park Avenue, West New York, NJ March 28th
thumbnail 1 Bed $1,100 6118 Park Avenue, West New York, NJ March 28th
thumbnail 0 - 3 Bed $1,910 - $4,295 55 Riverwalk Place, West New York, NJ March 27th
thumbnail 1 - 3 Bed $2,085 - Call 24A Avenue At Port Imperial, West New York, NJ March 26th
thumbnail 2 Bed $3,120 57 Riverwalk Place, West New York, NJ March 26th
thumbnail 1 Bed $1,475 6314 Park Avenue, West New York, NJ March 26th
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Apartment Complexes

Name Bedrooms Price Range
Studio - Three $1,980 - $5,475
One - Three $2,035 - Call
Two $2,450
One $1,195
Studio $960
One $1,995
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Nearby Cities & Towns

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Guttenberg 0.5mi 6,398
North Bergen 0.8mi 6,384
Weehawken 1.4mi 6,307
Union City 1.5mi 6,323
Fairview 2.0mi 6,342
New York City 2.2mi 6,299
New York 2.2mi 6,299
Manhattan 2.7mi 6,271
Cliffside Park 2.7mi 6,333
Hoboken 3.0mi 6,247
Edgewater 3.1mi 6,310
Ridgefield 3.2mi 6,305

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