Area Code 732

Where Is Area Code 732?

Updated: June 28th 2021

Area code 732 is the area code for parts of Central New Jersey and parts of the Jersey Shore. Area code 732 was put into service on June 1, 1997, and was created from a split of area code 908. In 2001, area code 732 was overlaid with area code 848. Area code 732 is located in the Eastern Time Zone and covers five counties of New Jersey.

Edison Township is a township in Middlesex County in New Jersey. U.S. News & World Report and Money Magazine have ranked Edison among the best places to live. Going back in history, Edison, previously known as Raritan Township, was settled in the 17th century. During the second half of the 19th century, the township grew with the opening of the Pennsylvania Railroad. In 1876, the Pennsylvania Railroad brought Thomas Edison to the township; he set up his research laboratory in Menlo Park. Known as the “Wizard of Menlo Park,” Thomas Edison invented the phonograph and the incandescent light bulb during his stay in the township. To honor Thomas Edison, the township’s name was changed to Edison in 1954. Today Edison has a population of 99,967 and the racial makeup of the township is 44.10% White, 43.19% Asian, 8.11% Hispanic, and 7.05% African American (2010 Census). With an overall crime rate that is much lower than the New Jersey average and the national average, Edison is considered a very safe place to reside in. Before the early 2000s, numerous industrial companies had major production facilities in and around Edison. Now various companies are headquartered in Edison while other companies have warehouse operations in Edison. In addition, New Jersey’s largest private convention center is located in Edison. The main point of interest in Edison is the Thomas Edison Center at Menlo Park. This historical site contains the Edison Memorial Tower, the Thomas Edison Museum, and the Edison State Park. Other points of interest in Edison include the Menlo Park Mall, the Roosevelt Park, and the New Jersey Convention & Exposition Center.

Woodbridge Township is a township in Middlesex County and is the oldest original township in New Jersey. Going back in history, the township was settled in 1664; the township was named after one of the settlers, Reverend John W. Woodbridge. In 1669, the township was granted a royal charter by King Charles II of England. Once the township was chartered, Jonathan Singletary Dunham moved to the township with his wife; it was he who built the first gristmill in New Jersey. In 1751, the first permanent printing house in New Jersey was established in the township.

Today Woodbridge has a population of 99,585 and the racial makeup of the city is 59.18% White, 22.42% Asian, 15.63% Hispanic, and 9.85% African American (2010 Census). While not as safe as Edison, Woodbridge is a fairly safe place to reside in.

Located in the township is the Woodbridge Center, the third largest mall in New Jersey. The biggest point of interest in the township is the Woodbridge Community Center, a sports and entertainment complex for people of all ages. Nature can be enjoyed at Fords Park and William Warren Park.

Major Cities In Area Code 732

Edison Township

Woodbridge Township

Toms River Township

Brick Township

Middletown Township

Toms River Township is a township in New Jersey and is the county seat of Ocean County. Toms River has a humid subtropical climate. Previously known as the Township of Dover, the township was chartered in 1767 by the Colonial New Jersey Governor, William Franklin. In 1782, the township was attacked and burned by the British. In 1850, the township became the county seat of Ocean County. Finally, the township’s name was changed to Toms River Township in 2006. Today Toms River has a population of 91,239 and the racial makeup of the city is 89.91% White, 7.93% Hispanic, 3.58% Asian, and 2.70% African American (2010 Census). Toms River is another safe place in New Jersey to reside in. The two major shopping malls in Toms River are Ocean County Mall and Seacourt Pavilion. Points of interest in the township include the Ocean County Library, the Cattus Island County Park, the Robert J. Novins Planetarium, and the Ocean County Historical Museum. The annual Toms River Halloween Parade is said to be the second biggest Halloween parade in the world.

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