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The borough of Lodi is a thriving community with a population of nearly 25,000 residents. Lodi has an area of 2.3 square miles. The borough was officially formed on October 25, 1894 and was named after the Bridge Lodi in Lombardy, Italy. Today, Lodi is a community that offers its residents a convenient location, a strong school system and family-friendly events throughout the year. This is a family friendly town offering many festivals and is known as " a neighborly community”, residents enjoy the borough’s small town feel and sense of community involvement.
Lodi is conveniently located near major roadways, such as the Garden State Parkway, Route 46 and I80, which makes for easy commuting throughout New Jersey.
Students in kindergarten through twelfth grade attend Lodi Public Schools. There are five elementary schools and students in grades six through eight attend the Thomas Jefferson Middle School. High school age students attend Lodi High School. There are also two private schools located in Lodi: High Point School of Bergen County and Immaculate Conception High School.