About the Area

Self-Storage in North Haledon

If you’re looking for self-storage in North Haledon, we’ve got you covered. 

North Haledon is a borough in Passaic County, New Jersey, not to be confused with the city of Haledon, or Haledon County. It was formed in 1901 from parts of Manchester Township, which really would have been a less confusing name than Haledon but that's neither here nor there. 

Aside from its puzzling name, there's plenty to learn and love about this unique borough. 

Curious to learn more about North Haledon? Read on.

The North Haledon Community

Located in the northern part of New Jersey, North Haledon has several swaths of undeveloped land, providing residents with lots of gorgeous green spaces and places to enjoy the great outdoors. Close to the Passaic Great Falls National Park, Garret Mountain Reserve, Saddle River County Park, Haledon Reserve and High Mountain Park Preserve, it’s no wonder Niche.com gives North Haledon top marks for outdoor activities and health and fitness.

North Haledon made national news in 2012, when Mayor Randy George and Police Chief Robert Bracco “borrowed” generators owned by the borough for personal use in the wake of Hurricane Sandy. Mayor George kept the refrigerators running in his ice cream store and Chief Bracco kept his home powered. I mean, no one likes melted ice cream but, dude… Mayor George did bring the generators back the next day, though, so credit where credit is due. 

Storage Post Self-Storage Facilities Near North Haledon

We have several Storage Post self-storage facilities in the North Haledon area, so we’re sure to have a nearby location to meet your needs:

Our Haledon Self-Storage Facility Location

Why Choose Storage Post?

If you live in North Haledon, you'd be wise to develop a love of the great outdoors. As the mayor's generator shenanigans attested, summers can be unpredictable and hurricanes can happen. It’s hot and humid during the warmer months, with summer temperatures averaging 85°F. In the winter, Nor’easters (the winter sister of a hurricane) can blow in off the Atlantic, bringing wind, rain, snow, storm surge and a serious bad attitude along with them. Winters are cold, with an average low of 21°F.  

Those kinds of weather extremes require different kinds of clothing, and puffy coats and pompom hats tend to take up a lot of space, as can boats, fishing equipment, camping and hiking gear and shorts. If you’re big on activities and fashion but short on space, Storage Post has the ideal self-storage unit for your needs. Our units' climate-controlled comfort means your possessions are safe and sound inside, no matter what kind of weather is blowing around outside. 

Many of our Storage Post locations offer 24-hour access and drive-up units, and all our locations have state-of-the-art security measures such as digital access codes, 24/7/365 security cameras, bright, motion-activated lighting and fenced and gated facilities. If you’re dropping off the skis and picking up the camping equipment, it’s faster to just drive up and get ‘er done!

Why not drop into one of our convenient locations and talk to our friendly staff about how self-storage can help you live life in North Haledon! 

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