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Living in Middlesex County, NJ
About Middlesex County:
Middlesex County sits squarely in the middle of the state, offering abundant nature, world-class culture, award-winning medical facilities, and excellent schools. The county has approximately 790,000 residents in its 323 square miles and contains 25 municipalities. Rich in history, Middlesex has seen important inventions and battles since its founding in 1863. Today, Middlesex is the second most populous county in New Jersey, with one of its fastest growing populations.
Schools in Middlesex County:
Middlesex is home to 175 public schools, 70 private and parochial schools, and a number of institutions of higher learning, including Rutgers, the State University of New Jersey, located in New Brunswick.
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Transit & Commuting:
Middlesex has extensive transportation infrastructure. In particular, the region is served by NJ Transits North Jersey Coast and Northeast Corridor Line, in addition to a number of Amtrak lines, which stop at Metropark Station. The county is accessible via US-1, US-9, US-130, the Garden State Parkway and the New Jersey Turnpike.
The county is home to extensive medical facilities, including John F. Kennedy Medical Center, Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital, St Peters University Hospital, and two branches of the Raritan Bay Medical Center. In addition, Middlesex offers access to a broad range of shopping, particularly via Woodbridge Center and Menlo Park Mall. Moreover, with the Raritan River flowing through, Middlesex is closely connected with nature: Middlesex maintains 18 parks, including Roosevelt Park, home of the county’s annual Plays-in-the-Park theatre series. Other notable open spaces include Jamesburg Park Conservation Space, Raritan Bay Waterfront Park, and the county’s 3 government-managed golf facilities.
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