The Preserve Graydon Coalition, preserving and enhancing Graydon Pool in Ridgewood, NJ

Graydon Pool Ridgewood, NJ

Corner of Linwood
and N. Maple Aves.

  A lifeguard's story

volleyball at Graydon Pool

  Photo slideshow

Graydon sycamore is no more

Graydon's sycamore was deemed structurally unsound and has been cut down. The Village is forming an ad hoc committee to determine what to do with wood from the tree.

4-foot area of Graydon Pool, Ridgewood, NJ, June 16, 2011
4-foot area of Graydon Pool, Ridgewood, NJ, June 16, 2011

Record editorial from July 11 about Ridgewood's Graydon Pool: Graydon's Renaissance is Welcomed
Graydon Pool Opening Day 2010

On May 18, 2010, Graydon Pool was honored as one of the year's "10 Most Endangered Historic Sites" in the state by Preservation New Jersey. Ridgewood should be proud that this independent nonprofit organization considers Graydon irreplaceable for its historical significance, environmental and fiscal sustainability, and contribution to local residents' quality of life.

Read about the "10 Most" designation, the Record editorial, and other exciting events from May 2010

General information
  • The Controversy About Ridgewood's Graydon Pool (PDF)
  • Environmental Facts and Considerations (PDF)
  • Letter from the Ridgewood Historic Preservation Commission (PDF)

  • Slides from our March 23, 2010, meeting (on SlideShare; try full screen mode)

    Remarks by Stuart Lieberman of Lieberman & Blecher to members of The Preserve Graydon Coalition, Oct. 26, 2009
      Photo slide show: Graydon Pool and Park, Ridgewood, NJ, Summer 2009

    Banner photograph and pail taken at Graydon by Marcia Ringel, July 2009
    Other photos (c) 2009 and 2010 James Porto

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