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Ocean County is located in the Atlantic Coastal Plain in central New Jersey. The
County is the second largest in the State in terms of size and one of four New Jersey
counties which border the Atlantic Ocean. Toms River, in Dover Township, serves as
the County Seat and is centrally located within Ocean County. The County is in close
proximity to two of the Nation's largest metropolitan centers, New York City approximately
60 miles to the north and Philadelphia roughly 50 miles to the west. In addition,
Atlantic City is located approximately 50 miles to the south of the County Seat.
These metropolitan areas are easily accessible to Ocean County via several major
highways, as shown on the Regional Location Map.
Although Ocean County has been settled since colonial times, its presence as a separate
political entity is of relatively recent origin. The County was created from lands
divided from Monmouth County in 1850. For much of its early history, the County was
a rural, agricultural and fishing center. During the latter part of the 1800's and
through the 1900's, the resort industry of the New Jersey Shore was developed, and
the commercial activities associated with seasonal resorts quickly became the County's
In the early 1950's, there began a nationwide trend towards sub urbanization as people
moved outward from the older urban centers into previously sparsely populated or
rural areas. The opening of the Garden State Parkway in 1954 permitted access to
a large amount of undeveloped and inexpensive land within commuting distance of the
labor markets of New York and northern New Jersey. The County also became a desired
location for people who wanted to retire away from the more industrial areas to the
north. A primarily rural County with a population of 37,675 in 1940, the County's
population increased to 433,200 persons by 1990. As evidenced by each of the decennial
Censuses during this fifty year period, Ocean County was the fastest growing county
in the State. Almost all of this growth was due to in- migration, rather than the
natural increase of the population.