New Jersey Gutter is licensed in these municipalities of Warren County
Town of Belvidere
Town of Phillipsburg
Warren County, New Jersey
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, as well as many employees and volunteers ready to serve you.
Warren County came into existence in 1825 when an act of the New Jersey Legislature, passed on Nov. 20, 1824, took effect and separated the area from Sussex County. The county was named in honor of Dr. Joseph Warren who, although he had no known association with the area, earned a heroic reputation throughout the original 13 states for his devotion to the revolutionary cause, which led to his death in the battle of Bunker Hill. During the Revolutionary War, a large majority of the 13,000 colonists who lived in Sussex (and what is now Warren) supported the patriotic cause. Sussex was among three New Jersey counties commended by the Provincial Congress in 1775 for “spirited exertions” in raising minutemen for the fight for independence.
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.