Sussex County, NJ

Sussex County New Jersey Gutter Service

New Jersey Gutter is licensed in these municipalities of Sussex County

Andover Borough
Andover Township
Branchville Borough
Byram Township
Frankford Township
Franklin Borough
Fredon Township

Green Township
Hamburg Borough
Hampton Township
Hardyston Township
Hopatcong Borough
Lafayette Township

Montague Township
Ogdensburg Borough
Sandyston Township
Sparta Township
Stanhope Borough

Stillwater Township
Sussex Borough
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Vernon Township
Walpack Township
Wantage Township

Sussex County, New Jersey

Sussex County is the northernmost county in the State of New Jersey. Its county seat is Newton. It is part of the New York City Metropolitan Area. The county had a Census-estimated population of 143,673 in 2015,  retaining its position as the 17th-most populous county among the state’s 21 counties. Based on 2010 Census data, Vernon Township was the county’s largest in both population and area, with a population of 23,943 and covering an area of 70.59 square miles. As of 2010 The Bureau of Economic Analysis ranked the county as having the 131st-highest per capita income ($49,207) of the 3,113 counties in the United States (and the ninth-highest in New Jersey).

The county was established in 1753 and named after historic County Sussex, England.

Because of its topography, Sussex County has remained a relatively rural and forested area. The county is part of the Skylands Region, a term promoted by the New Jersey Commerce, Economic Growth, & Tourism Commission to encourage tourism. In the western half of the county, several state and federal parks have kept the large tracts of land undeveloped and in their natural states. The eastern half of the county has had more suburban development because of its proximity to more populated areas and commercial development zones.

Until the mid-20th century, most of Sussex County’s economy was based on agriculture (chiefly dairy farming) and the mining industry. With the decline of these industries in the 1960s, Sussex County was transformed into a bedroom community that absorbed population shifts from New Jersey’s urban areas. Recent studies estimate that 60 percent of Sussex County residents work outside of the county, many seeking or maintaining employment in New York City or New Jersey’s more suburban and urban areas.