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Lets cover off Paterson first. Paterson is a city in Passaic County, New Jersey, United States.

Census population projections indicate a population of 146,545 as of 2007, making it New Jersey’s third largest city.

It is the county seat of Passaic County. Paterson is known as the “Silk City” for its dominant role in silk production during the late 19th century.

The following municipalities border Paterson and are considered to be its suburbs: The boroughs of Prospect Park, Haledon, Totowa, Woodland Park (formerly West Paterson), Hawthorne and the City of Clifton in Passaic County; and the boroughs of Elmwood Park (formerly East Paterson) and Fair Lawn in Bergen County.

The Great Falls In Paterson NJ The municipalities formerly known as East and West Paterson changed their names over the past two decades.

Portions of Paterson are part of an Urban Enterprise Zone. In addition to other benefits to encourage employment within the Zone, shoppers can take advantage of a reduced 3½% sales tax rate (versus the 7% rate charged statewide).

Every summer, Patersonians enjoy an African-American Day Parade, a Dominican Day Parade, a Puerto Rican Day Parade, a Peruvian Day Parade, and a Turkish-American Day Parade.

Paterson is home to the largest Turkish-American immigrant community in the U.S. and the second largest Arab-American community after Dearborn, Michigan.

Paterson Silk Machinery ExchangeThe Greater Paterson area which includes the cities of Clifton and Wayne and the boroughs of Haledon, Prospect Park, North Haledon, Totowa, Woodland Park, and Little Falls, is home to the nation’s largest North Caucasian population comprised mostly of Circassians, Karachays, and a small Chechen community.

Reflective of these communities, Paterson and Prospect Park public schools observe Muslim holidays.

Paterson has seen a growing Bengali population open up a branch of the Sonali Exchange Company Inc. on Union Avenue in the Totowa Section. The Sonali Exchange Company is a subsidiary of Sonali Bank, The largest state owned commercial bank in Bangladesh.