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Rose Fence
1033 Us Highway 1, Avenel, NJ 07001
Rose Fence sells and installs fences of many styles and materials, including plastic, chain link, wood and more.More The company also sells fences for do-it-yourselfers who want to handle the installation. Call for more information.
gateway fence
696 Sharrotts Rd, Staten Island, NY 10309-1992
National Fence Systems Inc
1033 Us Highway 1, Avenel, NJ 07001
Woodbridge Dog Park
570 Cliff Rd, Sewaren, NJ 07077

In response to a clammering for a place for township dogs to run safely, local residents pushed to have a fenced-inMore dog park created in Sewaren. Located on Cliff Road, the park has such canine amenities as a water fountain, agility area, and doggy pick up bags for owners who are to police their pets.

There are separate fenced areas to keep bigger pooches from mauling smaller dogs. Owners can wait in a pretty gazebo furnished for their comfort. 

Parking is ample and free.

Dobra Property Maintenance
25 Reo Ct, Colonia, NJ 07067
Dobra Property Maintenance provides property maintenance services in Colonia. The company offers handyman services,More renovations, landscaping and design, lawn mowing, fence installation, soil testing, gutter cleaning, mulch and stone installation, snow shoveling and more.
James Parker Press Park
428 Rahway Ave, Woodbridge, NJ 07095

The Parker Press Park is a noble effort. The small park and the recreation of a printing press office on it was builtMore in 1976 as an attempt to pay tribute to James Parker, a Revolutionary War patriot and a Woodbridge Founding Father.

Thing is, nobody knows exactly where his printing press was located, so the Rahway Ave. site is a good compromise.

Parker brought the first printing press to New Jersey. He was a printing colleague of Benjamin Franklin, and Parker published New Jersey's first magazine. He also printed broadsides, books, and even New Jersey currency, with a distinctive tobacco leaf on it and the words, "To Counterfit Is To Die."

But like his printing press, nobody knows exactly where he is buried. It's somewhere in the White Church cemetery, but the headstone disappeared long ago.

The park is fenced off and opened irregularly. It host arts and crafts festivals, children's events, beer fests, and serves as a Civil War encampment.