The Garden State Parkway is a north-south turnpike that traverses the entire length of New Jersey. Its north end is at the New York state line, and from there it extends all the way down to Cape May at the southern tip of the state. In Union County, a driver can use Exit 135 to access the towns of Clark and Westfield. Clark was established in 1864 after having been split off from the town of Rahway. These days, it is probably best known for being the hometown of the award-winning singer Halsey. Nearby Westfield is one of the wealthiest communities in New Jersey, and was listed by Bloomberg as among the 100 highest-income locations in the entire country. In recent years, Westfield is also known for an incident that inspired the Netflix mystery thriller The Watcher.
The original sign for the Garden State Parkway’s Exit 135, for Clark and Westfield, is far too colossal to use as a home decor item. It’s nearly twelve feet in each dimension! Our scaled-down replica lets you show easily your love for these two New Jersey communities. We’ve taken great care to follow the official 2009 Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices standards in making this sign. We’ve also cross-referenced it to photos of the original sign for additional accuracy.
Our Garden State Parkway Exit 135 sign for Clark and Westfield is flat printed in the USA on heavy 14-gauge steel. Its glossy, non-reflective finish allows it to pair well with any home decor. Outdoor installation is no problem either—it’s durable enough to stand up to years in the elements. Select one of four sizes, from 12 in. square all the way up to 36 in. square. Pre-drilled mounting holes are included for your convenience. (Want a sign like this for your exit, no matter where it is? Or another type of sign entirely? We can make it happen! Just contact Jake!)