Jefferson Township is located in Morris County, New Jersey with a population of around 21,000. Jefferson was founded in 1804 and named after Thomas Jefferson, the third president of the United States. Jefferson can easily be divided in two halves between Milton and Lake Hopatcong and each half has its own set of elementary schools, first-aid squad and fire department.
Transportation & Township Day
Major roads that pass through Jefferson include Green Pond Road, also known as CR 513, Route 15, Route 23 and Route 181. Interstate 80 briefly passes through as well, and the New Jersey Transit provides shuttle services in the town. The locals celebrate Jefferson Township Day every year after Independence Day. The Jefferson Arts Committee hosts the day of celebration and entertainment and festivities take place at the Jefferson Township High School. Fireworks, fishing tournaments, food and craft vendors as well as a performance by the Jefferson township Community Band all take place during the celebration.
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New Jersey highways provide transportation for various commercial trucks that carry heavy loads and provide a direct threat to others on the road. Driver distraction and faulty equipment can lead to catastrophic accidents and injuries or death to those involved. Our injury lawyers have been representing victims of New Jersey truck accidents for over 70 years. If you have been injured in a Jefferson truck accident, contact our Middlesex County trail lawyers today.