Lawyer for Jamesburg Municipal Court
If Jamesburg Police have ticked you or arrested you for drunk driving within the borough, give my office a call for a consultation on your case. Our office is located only minutes from the court and we have handled various types of cases there.
Jamesburg Municipal Court Info
The Jamesburg Municipal Court is located at 131 Perrineville Rd., Jamesburg, New Jersey08831. The Honorable Judge Erin Shamy, J.M.C. holds evening court sessions on the first and third Tuesday of each month. He Court Administrator is Sharron Pyne. Office hours are Monday through Friday from 8:30 am until 3:30 pm. The court’s phone number is 732-521-0614.
Facts on Jamesburg NJ
Jamesburg is located in Middlesex County New Jersey approximately 40 miles from New York City. In 1887 Jamesburg was created from sections of Monroe Township and is located in the center of Monroe. According to the 2010 United States Census the population of Jamesburg was 5,915.
Jamesburg is home to Thompson Park. The 675-acre park has various activities and recreational facilities such as, tennis courts, basketball courts, handball courts, baseball fields, soccer fields and one softball field. There are many areas to picnic, with tables and grills to use. There are also hiking and biking trails and plenty of fishing at the Manalapan Lake, which is a 30-acre lake on the border of Thompson Park. In the warmer months you will find many swimmers in the lake. You can enter the park from either the Perrineville Road entrance or on Forsgate Drive.
In 2005 Jamesburg encountered an enormous amount of rainfall, which forced many families to evacuate from their homes due to significant flooding and damage. Approximately 7 to 8 inches of rain flooded areas on West Railroad Avenue, East Church Street, Pergola Avenue, Willow Street, Forsgate Drive, and Gatmzer Avenue. John F. Kennedy Elementary School was used as a shelter for those who were evacuated and displaced.
There are two schools in the Jamesburg Public School System. For students in grades kindergarten through fifth, they can attend the John F. Kennedy School. The Grace M. Breckwedel Middle School is for students in sixth through eighth grades. High School age residents attend the Monroe Township High School for ninth through twelfth grades. Jamesburg did have a high school, which closed in 1979.
The 2010 census for enrollment and educational data showed that the percentage of residents 25 and over with a bachelor’s degree or higher were below state levels at 16 percent versus the 20 percent statewide. Less than 14% of Jamesburg’s residents had not completed high school versus 37.21% who did.
The most common heritages living in Jamesburg from highest to lowest are Italian (25.3%), German (18.9%), Polish (15.4%), Irish (14.9%), English (6.35%) and Hungarian (4.7%). According to the 2000 United States Census the racial structure as was 82.82% White, 10.06% Hispanic or Latino, 8.83% African American and 2.22% Asian. There are presently 681 foreign-born residents from all different backgrounds.
There are four county routes that run through Jamesburg. They are the only major roads located within the borough. Those routes are: County Route 522, County Route 612, County Route 615, and County Route 625. The New Jersey Turnpike can be easily accessed at Exit 8A in nearby Monroe Township.