All About Singac, NJ

The personal injury lawyers in Singac, NJ, at Garden State Justice Group, present the following article about the area.


The unincorporated community Singac is located within Passaic County, New Jersey, and covers 318.72 acres. It is near the western end of Little Falls Township. The Passaic River forms the northern border of the area, and the Peckman River creates the eastern. The neighborhood is 16.1 miles northwest of Newark and 20.5 miles west of Manhattan, New York. 


The average price for a house in the Singac neighborhood is $379,386, making it pricier than 51.6% of other New Jersey neighborhoods. However, the rent is lower than 62.6% of other areas in the state averaging $2,076 per month. Most of the real estate in the area was built prior to 1939. 

The area is predominantly a white-collar neighborhood. The median household income was $84,044 in 2010. As many as 21.83% of the residents in the area work are government workers, and 7.77% are self-employed. Approximately 23.19% have at least a bachelor's degree. The occupational breakdown of the area is the following:

  • 44.3% executive, management, or professional occupations
  • 22.9% sales or service jobs
  • 19.7% manufacturing or laborer occupations
  • 13.2% clerical, assistant, or technical support occupations

Park and Recreation

Along the Passaic River and the Peckman River are several parks overlooking the many waterfalls. Some of these include: 

  • Morris Canal Park - located off of Main Street
  • Suchorsky Park - located off of Island Avenue
  • Peckman Reserve - located off of Wilmore Road

Places of Worship

Some of the area's churches include the following:

  • Our Lady of the Holy Angels Roman Catholic Church - located on Main Street
  • St. Agnes' Episcopal Church - located on Union Avenue
  • Little Falls Methodist Church - located on Main Street 


As of 2010, the neighborhood's population was 3,618 and included 1,477 households and 920 families. The racial breakdown of Singac is the following:

  • 88% white 
  • 1.35% African American
  • 12.82% Hispanic or Latino
  • 0.14% Native American
  • 5.80% Asian
  • 0.0% Pacific Islander
  • 2.65% other races
  • 2.05% two or more races

As many as 16.9% of the population was born outside of the United States. English is the first language of 76.1%, followed by Spanish, Italian, and 4.5% speaking Arabic. The ancestral makeup of the town is the following: 

  • 28.4% Italian 
  • 17.9% Irish
  • 8.0% Polish
  • 7.8% German
  • 5.7% Arab

Continue reading: Getting to Know the History of North Caldwell, NJ

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