Edgewater Park Township is a suburb of Philadelphia with a population of 8,799. Edgewater Park Township is in Burlington County. Living in Edgewater Park Township offers residents a dense suburban feel and most residents own their homes. In Edgewater Park Township there are a lot of parks. Many families live in Edgewater Park Township and residents tend to lean liberal. The public schools in Edgewater Park Township are above average.
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Edgewater Park Township Reviews
I have resided in Edgewater Park all my life. I have attended both of the towns' schools, Magowan Elementary and Ridgway Middle. The schools are good and the teachers do care about the students for the most part. If I could change something, I would want the town to be more unified. We should take pride in our town and keep it clean, safe, and presentable. Edgewater has potential it is just very untapped.
I have lived in two different sections of Edgewater Park in my lifetime. Like most towns, there are a few different neighborhoods within one town. When I first moved to Edgewater Park I rented an apartment on a busy road. My first week there I noticed there was a man outside peeing in my bushes. He was the first of many. "Welcome to the neighborhood," I thought. The second time I moved to Edgewater Park I had decided to purchase my very first home. This time I was located in a quiet section with tree-lined streets and dog walking neighbors. Neighbors that actually welcomed us to the neighborhood and waved to each other every morning. I view this town as warm and welcoming and one that does not judge thy neighbors based on social status.
It is a quite neighborhood. Good for raising kids if you want them to have a space to ride bikes, play in the backyard, etc. Its 20 minutes away from the city of Philadelphia, and about an hour and a half from the Jersey shore so you get the best of both worlds. They could have more community events for the children to go out and be active. It can also get boring there if your a young adult just because there is not much to do. Overall, the township is great for raising families or retiring in,