How do you find a map of NJ county lines?


Quick Answer

A map of New Jersey county lines is available on the Geographic Information System section of the New Jersey Department of Transportation website. The county maps show the state, county and municipal boundary lines in straight and broken green lines.

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To view the maps of New Jersey county lines, visit the state of New Jersey website and click Departments/Agencies on the top right menu on the home page. Under Departments, click Transportation. Hover the mouse over Reference/Links and click Geographic Information System on the drop-down menu. Click Maps on the right sidebar menu. Navigate towards the center of the page, and click a county on the interactive map, or select the name of the county on the list to view the county maps on your browser. Alternatively, download the map in your device by right-clicking on the name of a county and clicking Save Link as on the context menu. The map is in PDF format and requires Adobe Acrobat Reader to view.

Aside from county lines, the New Jersey county maps also display road designation lines, railroads, navigation and drainage, and general cultural features. The map also distinguishes national, state, county and municipal parks in green and national and state wildlife management areas in yellow.

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