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Area Code 848, 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 New Jersey: This city the fourth State with the smallest area, the eleventh with the largest population and the one with the highest population density in the EE UU. Inhabited by the Lenape Indians, from the seventeenth century, it was colonized by the Dutch, Swedes, and English. On December 18, 1878, it became the state number 3 to be accepted by the Union. The 19th century marked the development of the area, thanks to "six large" factories and their strategic geographical position.The Government is made up of the Upper House of the Senate, with two members and the lower house of the General Assembly. The current Governor is a Democrat Phil Murphy, along with Sheila Oliver and Senators Bob Menendez and Cory Brooker. It has Trenton as its capital and Newark as the largest city. In terms of area, New Jersey has 22,591.38 km2, located at latitude 38 ° 56'N to 41 ° 21'Norte and 73 ° 54 'W to 75 ° 34' W, 273 km long and 112 km wide, of which 15.7% is occupied by water. The maximum height is 549.6 meters above sea level and an average altitude of 80 m. For the year 2,018, 9,032,872 inhabitants were estimated in the State, with a population concentration of 467 people per km2. In the 2010 census, 68.6% were registered for white residents, 17.7% for Latinos, 13.7% for African-Americans, 8.3% for Asians, 6.4% and 2.7% for other races. The English language was spoken by 69.4% of the inhabitants, Spanish by 15.9% and the rest was distributed among the Indian, Chinese, French, Portuguese, Arabic, Polish, Russian and Korean. The income per household was $68,357 and the per capita income was $51,358 for 2008.

CarteretThe city of Carteret is located in the county of Middlesex. It was established on April 11, 1906, under the name of Roosevelt, changing the name on November 7, 1922, to honor the first owner George and Philip Carteret, first owner, and governor, respectively. The mayor of the municipal government is Daniel J. Reiman, Democrat until 2.018. The extension is 12,950 km2, placing 275 in the State and 15 in the county, with 11,442 km2 of land and 1,509 km2 (11.65%) of water. The highest height is 4 m. Other locations in the city are Lamar, Chrome, Silvan, South and West Carteret. According to 2010 figures, there were 22,844 inhabitants, which gave it 14th in the county and 111th in the entire state. The density was 1,996.6 residents per km2, for eighth in the county and 107 at the state level. It was estimated at 2.016, 23,992 citizens. The disposition by races was of 50.68% white people, Hispanics 30.93%, native Indians 0.35%, Asians were 19.04%, blacks 14.85%, Islanders 0.05%, 11.18 and 3.85% of various races. In 8,148 homes, a density of 712.1 per km2 was found, of which 7,591 had 37.1 of children under 18 years of age, 50.1% of established couples, 19.1% were single women, 25.1% had no family connection In a study from the period 2006 to 2010, income in the homes was $58,614, families had an income of $69,192, men averaged about $47,405, women $42,971 and the amount per capita was $25,346.

East BrunswickEast Brunswick is located in the county of Middlesex. Its incorporation occurred on February 28, 1860, having parts of the municipalities of Monroe and North Brunswick. The government has a system of Council, whose Mayor is Dr. Brad J. Cohen, along with Administrator Joseph Criscuolo. Located at coordinates 40.426247 ° North and 74.418244 ° W, it has an area of 57,679 km2, divided into 56,200 km2 of land and 1,479 km2 (2.56%) of water, which places it in sixth place in the county and 122 in the State. The maximum height is 40 m. The temperature ranges between 39 ° C and -25 ° C, with a rainfall level of 1,239.8 mm per year. The population estimated for 2016 was 48,630 people, increasing according to the 2010 figures of 47,512, which gave it the seventh position in the county and the 38th place in the State Having a density of 845.4 inhabitants per km2, to be the twentieth of the county and 276 of the State. Race composition was 69.36% White, 6.70% Hispanic, 3.98% African American, 22.80% Asian, 0.01% Island, Indian 0.10%, 1.68% and 2.06% of two or more races. Those under 18 were 24.1%, 18 to 24 were 7.3%, 25 to 44 years 23.0%, 45 to 64 years 32.1% and those 65 and over 13.5%. The average age was 42.5 years. For 100 women there were 93.6 men and for 100 women older than 18 years, 90.4 men. Surveys from 2006 to 2010 showed that the income of the families was between $100,655 and $110,948. For men, it was $80,527 and for women, it was $54,162. The per capita income was $41,518.

Adisson Edison, in Middlesex County, was incorporated on March 17, 1870, as Raritan and renamed Edison Township in 1954, by the famous inventor Thomas Edison. The Mayor until the year 2,017 was the Democrat Thomas Lankey, next to the Administrator Maureen Ruanne and the municipal employee Cheryl Russomanno. It has an area of 79,351 km2, with 77,543 km2 of the mainland and 1,808 km2 (2.28%) of water, ranking fourth in the county and number 88 in the State. The maximum elevation is 12 m. The maximum temperature is 41 ° C and the minimum temperature is -27 ° C, with an annual rainfall of 1,260.6 mm. The total population for 2010 was 99,967, giving it the first place in the county and the fifth in the State. The concentration was 1,289.2 people per km2, being the 15th of the county and 198 of the State. By 2.016, there were 101,996 residents, ranking 298th in the country. The races were distributed in 44.10% of whites, 8.11% of Latinos, African Americans 7.05%, Asians 43.19%, native Indians 0.23%, Pacific Isles 0.04% and other races 2.72% and 2.68%. There were 34,972 houses with 36.4% of children under 18 years of age, 62.3% of stable marriages, 9.6% of single women, 24.2% had no family relationship, inhabited houses were 20.4% and those over 65 were a 7.9% The average age of the population was 38.1 years. The families had a size between 2.80 and 3.26. The population of those under 18 years old was 22.7%, those aged 18 to 24 years old 7.6%, between 25 and 44 years old there was 30.1%, those from 45 to 64 were 27.0% and those over 65 were 12.6 %.

Lakewood TownshipLakewood Township is located in Ocean County and Lakewood Township. It obtained the seventh place, as the municipality with the largest number of inhabitants in the State, in 2010, after having been ranked twenty-second in the year 2000. The port area and the generation of employment were decisive for this population increase. Located at coordinates 40.093975 ° North and 74.211478 ° W, it has a total of 18,966 km2, of which 18,332 km2 are occupied by land and 3.35% or 0.634 km2 covered by lakes Carasaljo, Shenandoah, Manetta, Waddill and the Metedeconk River. The maximum height of Lakewood Township is 20 m. In the year 2010, the number of inhabitants was 53.805, with a concentration of 2.935.1 people per km2. There were 11,226 homes, with a density of 612.4 per km2 and 8,918 family groups. The distribution by race was 85.79% of whites, 17.74% of Hispanics, 4.75% of blacks, Asians 0.50%, of the Pacific Islands 0.03%, Indians 0.28% and 7.41% and 1.25% of others races. The population under 18 was 48.4%, those between 18 and 24 were 12.7%, 25.4% between 25 and 44 years old, those from 45 to 64 were 9.1% and those 65 and older were a 4.3 %. Those under 18 were 62.7%, stable couples 70.5%, women who lived alone were 9.3% and those 65 and older were 6.5% The estimated age of the population was 19.1 years. For every 100 women, there were 106.8 men and in those, over 18 years there were 107.2 men for every 100 women. The families had a size of 4.89 and 5.23.

West Long BranchWest Long Branch belongs to Monmouth County. The date of incorporation was May 5, 1908. It has a government council led, until the year 2,018, by the Republican Mayor Janet W. Tucci, the Administrator John J. Kennedy and the municipal employee Lori Cole. The total area is 7,496 km2, with 7,403 km2 of territory and 0.093 km2 (1.24%) covered by water. This places him at position 23 in the county and 341 in the state. It has a maximum elevation of 8 meters above sea level. As for the population for 2010, there were 8,097 people, ranking 22nd in the county and 283 in the State. The population concentration was 1,093.8 km2, which gave it place 26 of the county and 223 of the State. For the year 2,016, there were 7,963 inhabitants. In the year 2010, 2,384 houses were counted, with a density of 341.5 per km2 and 1,757 families. The population was classified as 94.45% white people, 5.03% were Hispanic, the natives were 0.06%, the Islanders were 0.01, and African Americans were 2.21%, those of other races 0.95% and those of two or more races a 1.12%. The distribution by age was 19.6% for those under 18 years, 18-24 were 25.4%, those from 25 to 44 were 16.7%, 24.7% were 45 to 64 years and those over 65 years were 13.6%. The average age was 32.4 years. The household income was $96,369, the families had an income of $114,250, the men reflected an income of $75,634 and the women $49,483. The per capita income was $32,822.

New BrunswickNew Brunswick belongs to the county of Middlesex. It was founded on December 30, 1730, joining the Union on September 1, 1784, taking the name of the Duke of Brunswick-Lüneburg. Currently, the Mayor is the Democrat, James M. Cahill, with Administrator Thomas A. Loughlin and City Clerk Daniel a. Torrisi The extension of the city is 14,995 km2, which gives it 14th place in the county and 264th in the State, with an area of land of 13,539 km2 and 1,456 km2 (9.71%) of water. The maximum elevation is 19 meters above sea level. The boundaries to the north are Piscataway, Edison and Highland Park, southwest North Brunswick and southeast Franklin. In the 2010 Census, the population was 55,181 inhabitants, establishing itself as the fifth in the county and 27 in the State. The density was 4.075.8 residents per km2, having second place in the county and 34th place in the State. The figures estimated for the year 2016 were 56,910 inhabitants. For 2010, 15,053 homes were found, with a concentration of 1,111.9 per km2, the families were 7,751 in total. Race distribution was 45.43% White, 49.93% Latino, 16.04% African American, Native Americans 0.90%, Asians 7.60%, Pacific Isles 0.03% and other races 25.59% and a 4.39%. The composition by age was 21.1% for those under 18, those aged 18 to 24 were 33.2%, those aged 25 to 44 were 28.4%, 12.2% for those aged 45 to 64 and older of 65 years, 5.2%. The average age was 23.3 years. The families had a size of 3.36 to 3.91.

South Old Bridge is constituted as an unincorporated community, located in Middlesex County, Route 516 and Route 18. Previously, it was known as Madison Township. Today it is made up of homes and businesses. It is located at the geographic coordinates of 40 ° 24'48 "North and 74 ° 18'25" West, with an extension of 105.3 km2, of which 96.6 km2, belong to the city land and 6.7 km2, a 6.36% is covered by water. The average height in the area is 24 meters above sea level. It has 65,375 people, with a population concentration of 618.92 inhabitants per km2. The average temperature is 31 ° C and the climate has a humidity that was set at 46%. The wind speed coming from the West is at 10 km / h. For the year 2000, according to a study by the Census Bureau, it was determined that households had an average rent of $64,707. It was also found that the families residing in the municipality had an average income of $74,045. In the male population, it was found that they had average incomes of $51,978, in contrast to those of female residents that were $35,462. Likewise, it was specified that there was a per capita income of $26,814 for the locality. This census specified that the poverty levels for the population living in South Old Bridge were 4.2%. The city is located in the southern part of the place where the Old Bridge passes, in the area near East Spotswood.

Perth AmboyPerth Amboy is located in the county of Middlesex. Colonized by the Scots in 1683, it was incorporated on December 21, 1784, and reincorporated as a municipality on April 8, 1844. He was baptized to honor the 4th Earl of Perth, James Drummond. The current Mayor is Wilda Díaz, the Municipal Employee is Elaine M. Jasko. It is located between the coordinates 40.52016 ° North and 74.271331 ° W, covering an area of 1429 km2, with an extension of the land of 12,178 km2 and a portion of 3.251 km2 (21.07%) of land covered by water, is placed in place 13 of the county and 258 states. The highest height is at 19 meters above sea level. The number of inhabitants, for 2010, was 50,814 inhabitants, ranking it sixth in the county and 33rd in the State. The concentration of population was 4,172.4 people per km2, being the first of the county and 29 of the State. By the year 2.016, there were an estimated 52,499 residents. In 2010, there were 11,456 families and 16,556 homes, with a density of 1,359.5 per km2. The racial composition of the population was 50.26% white, 78.10% Latino, which was the second largest; native Indians were 1.10%, blacks 10.54%, Asians 1.69%, Pacific Islands 0.05%, other races 30.77% and more than two races 5.58%. The population was divided into 27.3% under 18 years, from 18 to 24 years old was 11.0%, from 25 to 44 years old 30.2%, from 45 to 64 years old there was 22.2% and from 65 onwards it was 9.3%. The citizens had an average of 32.4 years. The size of the families was from 3.25 to 3.65.

RahwayRahway is located south of Union County. It had its beginnings in 1664 and was incorporated as a city on April 19, 1858. The government is headquartered at City Hall and is comprised of the Democratic Mayor Raymond A. Giacobbe Jr., the City Clerk Rayna E. Harris, and the Administrator Cherron Rountree. It has the geographic coordinates 40.607153 ° North and 74.280531 ° W, with an area covering 10,434 km2, of which 10,094 km2 cover the mainland and 0.340 km2 (3.26%), are occupied by water, obtaining the 13th place in the county and 297 in the state. The highest height of the relief is 7 meters above sea level. For 2010, the population was 27,346 inhabitants, ranking sixth in the county and 84th in the State. The population concentration was 2,709.2 people per km2, placing it in seventh place in the county and 62 in the State. In the year 2.016, it was estimated that there were 29,451 citizens. It has a climate considered humid subtropical, with warm summers and mild winters, with June and July being the hottest months, while the lowest figures occur from November to February. The temperatures oscillate between 7 ° C and 18 ° C. The level of rainfall averages 1.102 mm per year. According to the 2010 US census, there were 11,300 homes with a density of 1,119.5 per km2 and there were 6,815 families. The population was made up of 52.30% of white people, 23.52% of Hispanics, those from the Pacific Islands were 0.02%, American Indians were 0.31%, African-Americans were 30.93%, Asians were 4.30%, those of other races 8.37% and those of more than two races 3.79%. A survey conducted for the period from 2006 to 2010 showed that the income received by households was $58,551, families had an average income of $77,268, and men obtained an income of $56,572 and women $47,832. The city had a per capita income of $28,855. The level of poverty was 5.4% among families, 10.9% of those under 18 years of age, the population was 8.7% and those over 65 years of age were 9.4%.

SayrevilleSayreville is located in Middlesex County, on the Raritan River. Its incorporation was made on April 6, 1876, as a municipality and on April 29, 1919, it was reincorporated as a city. The name is due to one of the founders of Sayre and Fisher Brick Company, James R. Sayre Jr. The government has its headquarters in the Council and the Mayor is the Republican Kennedy O'Brien, with the Municipal Employee Theresa Farbaniec and the Administrator Dan Frankel. The coordinates in which Sayreville is located are 40.467357 ° North and 74.319351 ° W, having an area of 48,442 km2, with 41.030 km2 of land and 7.412 km2 (15.30%) covered with water, which places it in the eighth place in the county and 154 of the State. The maximum height of the relief is 3 meters above sea level. As for the estimated population for 2016, it was set at 44,905 inhabitants, giving it a ninth place in the county and 47 in the State. For the year 2010, there was an amount of 42,704 residents, with a population density of 1,040.8 km2, placing it in the position 18 of the county and 233 of the State. The number of houses was 16,393, with a concentration of 399.5 per km2, the families were 11,414 in total. The population had 67.04 of whites, 12.31% of Latinos, 10.71% of blacks, Asians of 16.12%, natives of 0.23%, of the Pacific Islands of 0.04%, of other races of 3.50% and of more than two races 2.36%. The population under 18 was 22.6%, those between 18 and 24 years old were 8.0%, those between 25 and 44 years old 29.0%, those between 45 and 64 28.3% and those 65 and older 12.1 %. The average age was 38.6 years. The size of the families was from 2.72 to 3.22. 33.0% of all households were under the age of 18, stable couples were 55.7%, single women were 12.4%, which were not familiar to each other 27.0%, households were 22.4% and those who were not they lived alone or were older than 65 years 8.0%.

SomersetSomerset is located in the county of Somerset, municipality of Franklin, being an unincorporated community and emerging in the early twentieth century, thanks to the station called New Brunswick Marconi, which made radio broadcasts, from 1913, which was closed after the First World War. Located at the geographic coordinates 40.508507 ° North and 74.500207 ° W, it has an area of 16,692 km2, with 16,388 km2 of the land surface and 0.304 km2 of water extension, 1.82%. The highest height in the relief is 36 meters above sea level. The total population, for 2010, was 22,083 inhabitants, with a population concentration of 1,347.5 per km2. The distribution by races was 47.7% of white residents, 9.47% of Latinos, 28.88% of African-Americans, islanders were 0.01%, and Asians 17.59%, Native Americans 0.23%, those of other races were 2.98% and those of two or more races 3.26%. There were 8,883 homes, with a density of 542.0 per km2 and 5,552 families. There were 27.7% of children under 18 living with their parents, married couples were 51.1%, single women were 9.9%, those who did not have family ties were 35.4%, occupied houses were 29.0%, those who lived alone or were over 65 years 9.9%. The families had a size of 2.50 to 3.14. People under 18 were 20.3%, those between 18 and 24 were 6.6%, those between 25 and 44 were 30.4%, 45 to 64 were 27.5% and those 65 and older were 15.1%. The average age was 39.8 years. For a group of 100 women, there were 91.4 men and for the same group, over 18 years there were 87.2 men. For the year 2000, there was an average income in each household of $65,831, families had an income of $73,040, for men it was $50,309 and for women $26,162. The per capita income was at $26,798. Poverty levels were found in 4.9% of families, 9.9% of those under 18 and 4.3% of those over 65 years of age.

Toms RiversToms Rivers is in Ocean County. It was founded on March 1, 1768, with the name of the municipality of Dover, joining on February 21 of 1798. As of November 14, 2006, it changed its name to Toms Rivers Township. The acting Mayor, until 2,019, is the Republican Thomas F. Kelaher, along with the Administrator Don Guardian. The coordinates of the municipality are 39.994314 ° North and 74.166214 ° W, counting with 136.969 km2 of total surface and 104.863 km2 of firm ground, with 32.105 km2 (23.44%), covered by water, obtaining the seventh place of the county and 32 of the State. The maximum elevation is 8 meters above sea level. The population for the year 2.016, was estimated at 91.837 inhabitants and for 2000, there were 91.239 residents, giving it the second place in the county and the eighth in the State. The population concentration was of 870.1 inhabitants by km2, obtaining the place 14 in the county and the 270 in the State. There were 43,334 houses with a density of 413.2 per km2, the families were 24,367 in total. The population was composed of 89.91% White people, Hispanics 7.93%, Asians 3.58%, Indians 0.17%, African Americans 2.70%, Pacific Islanders 0.02%, other races 1.96% and those of two races or more 1.66%. Houses with children under 18 living with their parents were 28.2%, those with stable couples were 54.4%, those who were occupied by single women were 11.7%, those who did not have family ties with each other were 29.9% , the inhabited houses were 25.1% and those with an adult over 65 years old was 12.1%. The families had a size of 2.58 and 3.10, on average. The age of the population was 43.0. Per capita income was $33,423. The income in the homes was $71,934. The level of poverty was 4.5% in families, 7.4% in children under 18 years of age, 5.7% corresponded to the population and 4.6% to people over 65 years of age.