Welcome to Bridgewater!

With a friendly atmosphere and a strong sense of community, Bridgewater is known for its many established neighborhoods, family-friendly setting, and long list of conveniences and amenities.

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Located in Somerset County, Bridgewater’s history spans centuries. Originally formed in the mid-1700s, Bridgewater Township’s origins are rooted in United States history. Today, people love Bridgewater for many reasons, but one of the top reasons is its connectedness. “I love the accessibility to everywhere (mall, parks, mountains, etc),” shared local Laurie N. “Bridgewater feels connected to everything, like it’s the hub of Central New Jersey. There are endless restaurant options and the ballpark offers a great, family night out.”

Even though it’s filled with beautiful green acres and picturesque scenes, Bridgewater still boasts the amenities of a city. “[It’s] close to highways, NYC, food stores, retail shopping and so much more!” says local Melissa.


For those who commute to NYC, Princeton, Morristown or alike, for work, Bridgewater is a convenient town to live in. Nestled in a prime Central New Jersey location, here’s everything you need to know about commuting from Bridgewater, including tips directly from locals.

By Train

Take the train from Bound Brook Train Station

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By Bus

 The Bridgewater bus stop is located at the Bridgewater Commons Mall near Bloomingdales.

By Car

Highway 78, 22, and 287 all intersect around Bridgewater, making it very convenient for commuters


Those with school age children love Bridgewater for its wonderful school system. Whether you have a little one who’s starting preschool or elementary, middle or high school students, we have loads of local school insights to share with you!

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