Leonia is a city in New Jersey, United States. It is a suburb of New York City situated close to the western way to deal with the George Washington Bridge. Leonia is assigned as a Tree City USA, getting its 21st yearly acknowledgment in 2010 from the National Arbor Day Foundation. The unique tenants of Leonia were the Hackensack clan of Native Americans. The populace was around 1,000 preceding the Europeans settled in the region.
At the season of the American Revolutionary War, Leonia was known as a major aspect of the English Neighborhood, a name that makes due in neighboring Englewood. It was settled in 1668 chiefly by Dutch and English agriculturists, making it one of the most seasoned groups in the state and county.