The Town of Clinton is located in central Hunterdon County, in northwest New Jersey. Clinton is bordered by Franklin Township, Union Township, and Clinton Township (not to be confused with the Town of Clinton--they are separate municipalities). The town maintains its quaintness balanced with the convenience of easy accessibility to major highways, such as Route 78 and Route 31. The town itself is approximately 1 1/2 square miles with minimal land left for further expansion. Within the town, there is a Main Street with unique stores. There are also beautiful historic attractions such as the Red Mill Museum and the Hunterdon Museum of Art. Both fishing and boating can be enjoyed in the South Branch of the Raritan River, which runs through the center of Clinton, crossed by an historic iron truss bridge overlooking a scenic waterfall. We are also fortunate to have a K-8 public school within walking distance. The 2000 Census shows approximately 2,600 residents, the majority of which are families with children.