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Greenway Signage
In 2012, the Board of Chosen Freeholders allocated funds from the Open Space & Farmland Preservation Trust Fund to install interpretive signage and trail markers along the existing segments of the Morris Canal Greenway in Passaic County.  

Interpretive Kiosks
To date, five kiosks have been installed, and one more will follow; with one in each Passaic County municipality through which the Greenway passes. 
* denotes kiosks to be installed

Greenway Trail Markers
Trail Markers have been installed along existing segments of the Greenway in Little Falls, Woodland Park, and Paterson (in Garret Mountain Reservation). To see photos of the trail markers and kiosks installed, please visit the Morris Canal Greenway Signage Gallery

'Morris Canal Crossed Here'

With guidance from the Canal Society of New Jersey, in the 1990s, Passaic County installed  'Morris Canal Crossed Here' signs at locations where the Morris Canal would have crossed a present-day roadway and at key historic sites. In 2013 the County replaced all damaged or missing 'Morris Canal Crossed Here' signs. To see 'Morris Canal Crossed Here' signs and additional historical sites along the Canal in Passaic County, please see the Morris Canal Greenway webmap.

A Greenway Across New Jersey
All Passaic County signage is markedly similar to Morris Canal Greenway signage elsewhere throughout New Jersey.  For examples of signage in other areas, please visit the Warren County Morris Canal Greenway.