Create an Interactive and Clickable Map of New Jersey counties

Create your own interactive and clickable map of New Jersey counties!

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New Jersey County Map

New Jersey County Map

New Jersey is divided into 21 counties which are all represented in the map of New Jersey. Here's a list of all of them, featured in the New Jersey Counties map:

Atlantic county

Bergen county

Burlington county

Camden county

Cape May county

Cumberland county

Essex county

Gloucester county

Hudson county

Hunterdon county

Mercer county

Middlesex county

Monmouth county

Morris county

Ocean county

Passaic county

Salem county

Somerset county

Sussex county

Union county

Warren county

Can you find them all on our New Jersey county map?

Create your own interactive and clickable New Jersey Counties Map!

A no-code way of creating a highly editable HTML custom clickable NJ County map with county boundaries.

Easy to create, customize, and use on your own website!

Quick setup and editing process.

Once you are happy with the design, you save your map of New Jersey counties and you get a code to embed your map on your website once.

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Some of our Interactive NJ County map features:

Why would you need a map with county lines or county boundaries?

A map with county lines or county boundaries serves several essential purposes, both for administrative functions and for various types of research and planning. Here are some reasons why such maps are useful:

  1. Administrative Functions: Counties (or their equivalents) are often significant units of local governance. Knowing the boundaries helps with the administration of laws, regulations, and services specific to each county.

  2. Election and Political Activities: During election seasons, county boundaries are important for organizing campaigns, understanding voting districts, and tallying votes.

  3. Demographic and Statistical Analysis: Researchers and planners often use county-level data for studies related to population, economics, health, and more. County boundaries provide a framework for such analyses.

  4. Land Use and Zoning: County governments often have authority over local land use, zoning, and development regulations. A map with clear county lines aids in planning and decision-making.

  5. Taxation: Property taxes, sales taxes, and other levies might vary from one county to another. Businesses and residents often refer to county maps to determine tax obligations.

  6. Emergency Management: In the event of natural disasters or other emergencies, clear county boundaries help in coordinating rescue and relief operations, especially when multiple counties are affected.

  7. Cultural and Historical Significance: Understanding county lines can be essential for historical research, tracing genealogies, and appreciating regional cultural differences.

  8. Real Estate and Housing Market Analysis: Real estate professionals might examine housing and property trends at the county level, given that market conditions can differ significantly between counties.

  9. Transportation and Infrastructure Planning: State and local agencies might use county maps when planning or maintaining transportation routes, ensuring that infrastructure meets the needs of each county.

  10. Education and School Districts: County boundaries can play a role in determining school districts, funding allocations, and educational planning.

  11. Environmental Studies: When assessing environmental impact, conservation needs, or natural resource management, county boundaries can help determine jurisdiction and responsibility.

  12. Legal and Jurisdictional Clarity: In many regions, legal jurisdictions are based on county boundaries, affecting courts, law enforcement, and other legal processes.

In essence, a map with county lines is a foundational tool for a multitude of applications across various sectors and disciplines.

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After you edit your map, click on "Generate Map Script" to retrieve the html that you can copy and paste for your website. You have the option of paying a small fee that will give you the ability to come back and edit the map later.

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