Web users can download topographical maps of the state of New Jersey from the state's website for the Department of Environmental Protection, Rutgers.edu and the website for the U.S. Geological Survey. The Historical Topographic Map Collection from the U.S. Geological Survey provides historical topographical maps of New Jersey.
The downloadable maps provided by the New Jersey Division of Watersupply and Geoscience from the Department of Environmental Protection are available in the TIFF format. The maps divide the state into 178 different quadrangle sections. Rutgers University provides topographical maps in similar divisions that users can both download and view online. Users can customize the topographical maps offered by the USGS to cover specific areas of the state and search pre-rendered maps.