|Croxley Green shown within Hertfordshire|
|Population||12,562 (2011 Census)|
|OS grid reference|
|Sovereign state||United Kingdom|
|Ambulance||East of England|
|EU Parliament||East of England|
Croxley Green has a large village green surrounded by old buildings; the Croxley Green Windmill was built c1860. It survives today converted to residential accommodation.
The Green houses the "Revels on The Green", an annual village fair which includes a traditional maypole dance, which used to be illustrated on the road signs on entering the village. The revels were featured in Metro-land, the 1973 television documentary by John Betjeman, who referred to them solemnly as "a tradition dating back to 1952". The annual Mummers play, "St. George & The Dragon", is played out during the Christmas period at a number of village hostelries. Since 2006 the Parish Council have organised a firework display on The Green for New Year's Eve.
Croxley Mill was built in 1830 adjacent to the Grand Union Canal by the paper manufacturer John Dickinson. Croxley Script stationery used to be produced there by John Dickinson and Co. Ltd. Dickinson Square, Dickinson Avenue, and Barton Way are streets named after the mill owner and some contain the houses built by the company for their workers at the end of the 19th Century. The mill closed in 1980. There is extensive building of housing stock from the 1930s foillowing the Metropolitan Railway
In 1986 Croxley Common Moor to the south of the village, OS grid reference , was designated as an SSSI. In 2008 a group of residents were successful in gaining village green status for Buddleia Wood, a small area of woodland to the south of the village, thereby protecting the area for generations to come. The village signs were replaced in February 2008 with a scene of All Saints Church and The Green.
Train services are currently provided by the Watford branch of the London Underground Metropolitan line from Croxley station. The journey is 40 – 45 minutes to Baker Street; 60 minutes to Aldgate in the City of London.
- Morris Minors Pre School 
- Malvern Way Infant and Nursery School 
- Little Green Junior School 
- Harvey Road Primary School 
- Yorke Mead Primary School 
- Rickmansworth School 
In 2016, Rickmansworth School took in an extra class of 30 students of which would now occur with every new year group joining with £2.3 million funding to upgrade their facilities from the government.
C of E All Saints' Church, The Green
C of E St Oswald's Church, Malvern Way
C of E Explore Church, Fuller Way
Croxley Green Baptist Church, Baldwin's Lane
Croxley Green Methodist Church, New Road
Roman Catholic, St Bede's, Baldwins Lane
Croxley Green Christian Assembly
- John Theodore Tussaud (1858–1943) the great-grandson of Madame Tussaud lived at The Hawthorns, 17 New Road, in the early years of the 20th century (c1902-1914).
- Barbara Woodhouse the dog trainer presented Training Dogs the Woodhouse Way on television in the 1980s and lived at Campions from the 1940s to the 1980s.
- Fred Housego, the 1980 BBC Mastermind winner, and sometime London black cab driver. 
- Ron Tarr, a British actor, best known for playing the part of "Big Ron" in EastEnders, lived in Durrants Drive. In a report about Tarr's death in the Daily Mirror, journalist Chris Hughes stated the character had "a cult following".
Croxley Green has a Residents Association and a Parish Council. There are local organisations dedicated to pastimes and leisure. The Croxley Green Society runs the "Revels", an event hosted on The Green in June/July every year. There are varying clubs including the camera, needlecraft, wine, vineyard, bicycle, jazz, and folk. Additionally there is an annual free of charge festival, called 'CroxFest', which takes place on The Green in September.
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- "Harvey Road Primary School". Harveyroad.herts.sch.uk. Retrieved 2017-04-01.
- "Home Page". Yorke Mead Primary School. Retrieved 2017-04-01.
- "Home". Rickmansworth School. Retrieved 2017-04-01.
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- "St Oswald's Church". Stoswaldschurch.org.uk. Retrieved 2017-04-01.
- "Explore Church". Explore Church. Retrieved 2017-04-01.
- Croxley Green Baptist Church
- "Croxley Green Methodist Church". Croxleymethodist.org.uk. Retrieved 2017-04-01.
- "Croxley Green Christian Assembly". Archive.org. Retrieved 2017-04-01.
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- Kelly's Directory of Hertfordshire, 1914, p96
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- "Big Ron Dies of Cancer at 60". Daily Mirror. Trinity Mirror. 22 October 1997. Retrieved 14 April 2009.
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