Essex County News

County Announces Plans to Install Pedestrian Bridges and Walkway at Orange Reservoir

Essex County Deputy Chief of Staff William Payne, architect Mike Piga, NJ State Senator and Essex County Deputy Chief of Staff Teresa Ruiz, Freeholder Gerald Owens, Essex County Executive Joe DiVincenzo, Freeholder President Blonnie Watson, Freeholder Vice President Patricia Sebold, Sheriff Armando Fontoura and Essex County Recreation and Open Space Advisory Board President Lori Tanner.  Credits: Glen Frieson

WEST ORANGE, NJ - Two new pedestrian bridges will be installed as part of improvements planned for the Orange Reservoir.

Essex County Executive Joe DiVincenzo and Orange Mayor Dwayne Warren this week announced plans to install the bridges and complete the walking path around the Orange Reservoir in the Essex County South Mountain Recreation Complex. Plans were first mentioned over the summer when the Paddle Boat Pavilion opened.  

The upgrades will create a 1.7-mile pathway around the reservoir.

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