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Discovering Elmora, NJ

The car accident attorneys in Elmora, NJ, at NJ Injury Guys, have sponsored the following about the area.


Elmora is a neighborhood located in the city of Elizabeth and Union County, New Jersey. New York is less than 17 miles, and residents can view the New York City skyline at night from their windows in the highrise apartments.


The area's leading developers were the El Mora Land Company, and the area would be named after them. Elmora has been divided into two main sections, Elmora Hills, to the north, and Elmora, which is conveniently located near the Midtown NJ Transit Train Station.

Parks and Recreation

The Warinanco Park is located in the middle of the Elmora area and is spread across 204 acres. The park was created on reserved natural land due to resident's fear of the overdevelopment of the area. The Olmsted Brothers designed the park in 1923; sons of Central Park's designer, Frederick Law Olmsted. The name Warinanco derived from a Native American tribal leader of the Hackensack people during 1664.

The park was designed with many gardens, including the following:

  • Azalea Garden
  • Chatfield Garden
  • Magnolia Plantation

Recreational areas are found throughout the park and include the following:

  • four soccer fields
  • handball court
  • picnic area
  • splash park
  • volleyball court
  • basketball court
  • football stadium
  • tennis courts
  • baseball fields

Visitors can rent boats along with pedal boats to take in the lake. Throughout the park, picnic tables are located along with playgrounds for the kids to play.


Elmora is home to one public school that serves from Pre-K to 12th grade, Abraham Lincoln School No. 14. The school is centrally located on Grove Street. During the 2019 -2010 school year, 936 students attended, and it ranked five out of ten. Some of the school's curriculum includes:

  • Bilingual Education
  • Elementary & Secondary Education
  • Special Education


More than 47% of the area's residents were born outside of the country. Elmora residents speak many languages, including English and Portugues, but some others include:

  • 73.4% Spanish
  • 5.2% French

The following is a breakdown of the resident's ancestries:

  • 19.1% Mexican
  • 15.8% South American
  • 8.8% Dominican
  • 8.6% Puerto Rican
  • 5.9% Italian

The average home in the area runs $368,235, making it more expensive than 70.6% of other neighborhoods in New Jersey. However, most of the residents rent, and the monthly average is $2,088. Apartments and rental properties make up 42.9% of Elmora's real estate.

Find related articles to continue reading here: The History of Elizabethport, NJ

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Gabriel A. DiLeonardo, Sr., Esq.
Date Published: April 19, 2021
Gabriel DiLeonardo, Esq. is a New Jersey licensed attorney-at-law. He helps people who suffer injuries get justice through personal injury lawsuits.
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