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Lebanon Township

Lebanon Township NJ


See also Lebanon Borough, New Jersey.

Lebanon Township is a Township located at the northernmost point of Hunterdon County, and as of the United States 2010 Census, the township population was 6,588.

According to the United States Census Bureau, the township has a total area of 31.7 square miles, of which only 0.04 square miles of it is water.

Primarily an agricultural community, the township has grown in recent years while still maintaining its rural character and charm.  Its landscape is rich with mountains, farmlands, forests, streams and rivers.  The entire Hunterdon County is eligible as an USDA Rural Development New Jersey area.

Students in grades K through 8 for public school attend the Lebanon Township Schools. Schools in the district are Valley View School (for grades K-4) and Woodglen School (for grades 5-8).  Both schools are located in Lebanon Township, but have a Califon mailing address.

Public school students in grades 9 through 12 attend Voorhees High School in Lebanon Township (although the mailing address is Glen Gardner) as part of the North Hunterdon-Voorhees Regional High School District.  Voorhees High School serves students from Califon Borough, Glen Gardner Borough, Hampton Borough, High Bridge Borough, Lebanon Township and Tewksbury Township.

Lebanon Township is also home to the Hunterdon Learning Center, an alternative education school founded by James Butters in 1975.

Route 31 passes through the township, providing access to Interstate 78.

National Register of Historic Places listings include--
- Miller Farmstead, NJ 57, Lebanon Township
- Glen Gardner Pony Pratt Truss Bridge, Mill St. at Spruce Run, Glen Gardner
- New Hampton Historic District, Along Musconetcong River Rd and Rymon Rd., Lebanon Township.  Includes the Township of Lebanon Museum, 57 Musconetcong River Road, Hampton.  Constructed as a one-room schoolhouse in 1825; a second story and extension were added in the 1870's.  It was used as a school until 1929.  Today the first floor of the museum is a re-creation of a 19th century schoolroom, with original books, blackboards, desks, and a potbellied stove.  The second floor contains a lecture and exhibit area, including a permanent Lenape Indian collection.

Lebanon Township borders on Warren and Morris Counties.  It was first mentioned in 1731 as having been formed partly from the now-defunct Amwell Township, though the exact circumstances of its formation are unknown.  Its original borders were from the Musconetcong River all the way down to Readington Township.  Lebanon was incorporated as one of New Jersey's initial 104 townships by an Act of the New Jersey Legislature in 1798.

Portions of the township have been take to form Tewksbury Township (1755), Clinton Township (1841), High Bridge borough (1898), Junction borough (1895), now known as Hampton borough), Califon borough (1898) and Glen Gardner borough (1919).

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  • $379,992 Average Listing Price
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