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Area Code 732 Location - New Jersey

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Area Code 732, New Jersey Cities, Neighborhoods and Local Features

  • Carteret
  • East Brunswick
  • Edison
  • Lakewood
  • West Long Branch
  • New Brunswick
  • East Brunswick
  • North Plainfield
  • South Old Bridge
  • Perth Amboy
  • Rahway
  • Sayreville
  • Somerset
  • Toms River


New Jersey cityNew Jersey the United States is constituted by fifty states, and New Jersey is the # 4 of smaller extension, with 22.588 km² of area. This is because, it is a peninsula belonging to the Middle Atlantic division, in the Northeast region of the whole country; therefore, its borders are: to the north is New York, in the southwest is the Delaware Bay, which in turn, separates the state of Delaware; while, to the east it borders the Atlantic Ocean and in the west is the Delaware River, which isolates it from Pennsylvania. Usually, it is nicknamed "Garden State", thanks to the diversity of parks and gardens that can be found in the area. Likewise, it is historically rich due to the many battles that were fought there. On the other hand, it is one of the most industrially developed states, where chemical and pharmaceutical products stand out, as well as transport services.

Edison is a question of a municipality located in the county of Middlesex, of the state New Jersey. It has an area of ​​79.35 km² in total, of which, 2.28% is water and the rest (77.5 km2) are of solid ground; where, for 2010, according to the census conducted that year, 99,967 people lived. This determined a population density of 1,257 inhabitants per kilometer2 of surface area. In this way, it was positioned in the fifth most populated place in New Jersey. Also, Edison has located the north-central part of the state, just in the extension of Raritan Bayshore; so it is related to the coordinates 40 ° 32'18 "North and 74 ° 22'43" West. Likewise, it is identified as having a humid subtropical climate. On the other hand, the sites that attract the most attention of tourists are Roosevelt Park, Washington Rock State Park, Thomas Edison Center to Menlo Park and Rutgers Gardens.

Lakewood City Lakewood According to the coordinates 40 ° 5'47 "towards the North and 74 ° 12'59" towards the West; Lakewood, in New Jersey, belongs to the county of Ocean, and is a place designated by the census. It has a land area of ​​64.70 km², in which, according to the records extracted from the census conducted in 2010, 92,843 people lived.

Likewise, a population concentration of 1,435 inhabitants was established for each km² of the territory. Occupying 7th place among the busiest municipalities in New Jersey, this population increase occurred as a result of the expansion of groups of Latinos and Orthodox Jews in the town. Added to this, it was estimated that by 2016 the population will increase to 100,758 residents. Lakewood, according to the Köppen classification: Cfa, is characterized by its humid subtropical climate; which makes it very pleasant to visit the parks that are in the community or close to it, such as:

  • Allaire State Park.
  • Ocean County Park.
  • Lake Carasaljo.
  • The Shenandoah County


  • Toms River is a municipality located in Ocean County, New Jersey, and which in turn is the seat of it. Initially, it was known as Dover municipality; however, after a voting process that took place in 2006, the name was officially changed to Toms River. In 2010, according to the records of the United States Census Bureau, in Toms River, there were 665 people living for each kilometer2 of the surface related to the coordinates 39 ° 42'19 "North and 74 ° 15'49 " to West; this to a total of 91,239 inhabitants. In that sense, it was the 8th municipality in the state with the most population and number two in Ocean County. Also, there are many places for entertainment and fun for locals or visitors, such as Double Trouble State Park, Pier and Breakwater Beach Casino, Cattus Island County Park and the Boardwalk.

    New Brunswick In New Jersey, there is the city of New Brunswick, which is the headquarters of Middlesex County, where it is located. It has an area of ​​14.8 km² in total, where 55,181 people lived, according to the census conducted in 2010. Its limits are the following:
    • To the north are Highland Park, Piscataway, and Edison, on the opposite side of the Raritan River.
    • To the south is New York 50 km away, just 24km from the mouth of the Raritan River.
    • In the southwest is North Brunswick and,
    • In Southeast East Brunswick and with Franklin Township in Somerset County.


    • In New Brunswick, the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey (UMDNJ) and the most spacious campus of Rutgers University, also important medical centers are located like the Saint Peter's University Hospital and the Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital; for this reason, it is described as the city of medical assistance.

      The city of Pert Amboyis located in Middlesex County, New Jersey. Also, referring to Raritan Bay, the city is recognized as "Bay City". In this sense, it has 21.07% of aquatic surfaces of the total of 15,429 km2 of land, while 12,178 km2 is firm soil. Among these, 50,814 people live, according to the census records executed in 2010. Thus, there was a population increase of 7.4%, with respect to the 47,303 residents registered in 2000, according to that year's census. Likewise, it was found that the majority of Pert Amboy residents were of Hispanic, Spanish or Latino lineages; which corresponded to 78.1% of the total population.

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