Meet the Westwood HPC
Since 2008, appointed members of the Westwood Historic Preservation Commission have identified structures that merit recognition and have promoted historic preservation through community advisement and education in fulfillment of the Borough’s historic preservation ordinance.
Over 100 structures in the Borough have been identified as having historic importance and five properties along the south side of Jefferson Ave have been designated as part of the Jefferson Ave Historic District. The Westwood Train Station was added to the NJ Register of Historic Places in 2018 and the commission has submitted the application for consideration to the National Register. Westwood’s historic architecture reflects over 125 years of our community’s development as the Hub of the Pascack Valley.
The commission meets monthly at the Westwood Borough Hall. Please see www.westwoodnj.gov for more information on our open, public meetings or to get involved.