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Nestled in the Warren County town of Hackettstown is the welcoming community of Mansfield Village.
Local Information for Warren County, New Jersey
Warren County, NJ was formed from parts of Sussex County in 1824 and named in honor of Dr. Joseph Warren. Dr. Warren had no known association with the area, but he was revered throughout the country for his devotion to the revolutionary cause, which led to his death at the Battle of Bunker Hill.
Belvidere is the county seat, while Phillipsburg is the largest city in Warren County, which had a population of 108,692 as of the 2010 Census. The median household income is $56,100. Much of the county’s 363 square miles are mountainous, especially along the Kittatiny Ridge. Two major valleys are also found in Warren County – the Kittatiny Valley in the north and the Lehigh Valley in the south.
NJ Transit trains connect Warren County residents with New York City and Hoboken from the Hackettstown station via the Montclair-Boonton line. Bus transportation is provided by the Warren County Transportation system. Major roadways in the area include Interstates 78 and 80, which travel east-west between Pennsylvania and eastern parts of New Jersey, and Route 31, which travels north-south from White Township to Trenton. Lehigh Valley International Airport in Allentown, PA and Newark Liberty International Airport are both easily accessible.
Students in Warren County’s 22 municipalities are served by five public high schools operated by the Warren County Department of Education, as well as Blair Academy, a prestigious college prep institution in Blairstown. Centenary College in Hackettstown and Warren County Community College in Franklin Township are also found in the county.
Warren County has a very vibrant and active local business community, led by the Warren County Chamber of Commerce. The Warren County Farmers’ Fair, featuring the annual Hot Air Balloon Festival, attracts thousands of visitors from New Jersey and surrounding states every year.
Known for hunting and fishing, Warren County has five major rivers and creeks that reflect the county’s Native American heritage – the Paulinskill, the Pequest, the Musconetcong, Pohatcong Creek and the Delaware River. Whether you want to play golf at Hawk Pointe Golf Club or Panther Valley Golf & Country Club, enjoy a wine tasting at Alba Vineyard or Four Sisters Winery, or spend the day hiking or biking, there’s always something to do in Warren County.
To learn more about what Warren County has to offer, visit the official website of Warren County, NJ.
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