About Fair Lawn
Fair Lawn is a borough in Bergen County, New Jersey, United States, and a suburban municipality in the New York City Metropolitan Area. Fair Lawn is home to a large number of commuters to New York City, to which it is connected by train from two railroad stations on New Jersey Transit's Bergen County Line, the Radburn and Broadway stations. As of the 2010 United States Census, the borough's population was 31,457. A significant historic site in Fair Lawn is the Passaic River Fishing Weir, a prominent archaeological feature just north of the Fair Lawn Avenue Bridge. It was constructed by Lenape tribe members and is the best-preserved of several such weirs on the Passaic River. Fair Lawn is home to several locations on the National Register of Historic Places: G. V. H. Berdan House, Richard J. Berdan House, and Cadmus-Folly House are a few mentioned.