High Bridge was originally incorporated as a township in 1871. Then in 1898 it became the borough of High Bridge, with portions of the original township returned to Clinton and Lebanon Townships. As the borough it is today, High Bridge is home to approximately 4,000 residents.
High Bridge is named for the historical bridge within its boundaries. In 1859, the Central Railroad of New Jersey began a five-year construction project of a 112-foot high, 1,300-foot long bridge across the Raritan River. Located along this river, High Bridge has become known for its parks and recreation. Union Forge Park is High Bridge’s main public park, while Borough Commons Park is also popular for its location at the start of the Columbia Trail. High Bridge also boasts a small-town style Main Street, a center for eateries, shops and professional services.
Russ’ Wrench is located just a few miles east of High Bridge, in Clinton and Washington, New Jersey. We’re proud to be Warren County’s hometown service and repair shop, ready to service your car, truck or SUV. Our shop is equipped to handle everything from brake replacements in classic Corvettes, to electrical issues in a brand-new Mercedes S-Class, to a glow plug problem in a heavy-duty diesel Chevy truck. We use state-of-the-art diagnostics tools, along with our years of education and experience, all to help you protect the investment you’ve made in your vehicle. We provide affordable, friendly service that makes auto repairs a little less of a pain, and that will have you recommending our shop to your friends and family.
Russ’ Wrench Advantage
- Friendly, knowledgeable hometown staff
- ASE Master-Certified technicians
- Monroe Expert Plus
- ACDelco Preferred Service Center
- GM Certified
- Loaner car available
From regular service to major repairs, Russ’ Wrench is the place for drivers in High Bridge to go for all their vehicle needs. We provide the best in hometown deals and service.
Call our team here at russ’ wrench, or click on the online appointment scheduler to book your appointment today!