“Although Verona is a primarily residential community, it has factories and commercial areas. It is a wonderful place to raise a family or start or relocate a business. Originally, Verona was a part of Newark, then later a part of Caldwell Township. The Borough of Verona was incorporated in 1907.
Located in the valley between the First and Second Watchung Mountains, Verona has four elementary schools, a middle school and high school as well as a free public library. Verona was listed as one of “25 Great Towns” by NJ Monthly Magazine.” – Verona Chamber of Commerce
Today, Verona is one of the most sought after suburbs in Essex County. Residents love the restaurants and shops downtown and especially Verona Park. Verona offers several public transportation options to get to New York City as well as convenience access to all major highways.