After more than seven moves around town in its long history, the Woodbridge Post Office finally found a large enough…More home at its present address on Main St. in 1969. Woodbridge's first postmaster was Thomas Manning, appointed in 1791. The earliest physical location of a post office in Woodbridge was in the late 1860s, at Brown's Drug Store, located between School Street and Amboy Ave.
This is the largest of the post offices serving Woodbridge Township; the others are located in Iselin, Port Reading, Sewaren, Avenel, Colonia, Fords, and Keasbey.
Woodbridge Memorial Gardens U.S. 1, Avenel, NJ07001 Woodbridge Memorial Gardens has been a staple of the township for more than eighty years. By the time the mausoleum…More opened in 1977, the cemetary had been open for fifty years. Its history and tradition is reminiscent of Woodbridge's own heritage in the state of New Jersey. Woodbridge is New Jersey's oldest township and as such has been preserved to maintain its original beauty. This being the case, there is little gripe one could find with memorializing a loved one at this location. The cemetery is located very close to a major highway. This could be a point of debate as to whether this is convenient or if it intrudes on the sense of serenity and overall aesthetic. Either way, one detail which is not debatable is the Woodbridge Memorial Gardens' level of grounds maintenance. You may forget about the world around you for a moment when you take a second to appreciate the pristinely groomed lawns and vegetation. Also, their staff prides themselves on their professionalism in what can be extremely hard times.