Located in northwestern New Jersey, Warren County is home to more than 110,000 residents. Bordered by Hunterdon, Morris and Sussex counties in New Jersey and Monroe, Northampton and Bucks counties across the Delaware River in Pennsylvania, Warren County is a special place with a rich history and beautiful scenery.
Centenary College is a private college located in Hackettstown that is affiliated with the United Methodist Church. Warren County Community College, in Washington Township, offers both associate and bachelor's degree programs and certificate programs. The College serves approximately 1,700 full-time and part-time students, in addition to students in non-credit programs and courses. The College is able to offer bachelor programs through partnerships with four-year colleges.
The county has a few notable state and federal roads. The chief state routes are Route 31,a north-south road that runs from Buttzville in White Township to Trenton, and Route 57 that runs between Lopatcong Township to Hackettstown. Route 94 in the northern part runs through Blairstown into New York via Newton and the rest of Sussex County. Route 173 runs near Bloomsbury into Hunterdon County, terminating at Clinton/Annandale, and Route 182 serves as one of the commercial areas of Hackettstown. The US Routes are U.S. Route 22 in the Phillipsburg area and U.S. Route 46 runs from Columbia to Hackettstown in the northern section. The two interstates are the Phillipsburg-Newark Expressway (Interstate 78), and the Bergen-Passaic Expressway (Interstate 80).
Transportation continues to play an important role in the county's evolution. Interstate highways I-78 and I-80 cross the county, opening the area to many new residents who commute daily to their jobs in metropolitan New Jersey. Meanwhile, commercial and industrial areas are being created along the highway corridors, as Warren County's proximity to New York, Philadelphia and New Jersey's most heavily populated areas, along with the quality of life the county offers, make it an attractive area for homes and businesses.
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