Washington (in Burlington County, NJ) Populated Place Profile


Washington (GNIS FID: 881551) is a populated place located within the Township of Washington, a minor civil division (MCD) of Burlington County.

The elevation of Washington is 56 feet. Washington appears on the Jenkins U.S. Geological Survey Map. Burlington County is in the Eastern Time Zone (UTC -5 hours).

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Nearby Cities, Towns & Census Designated Places

Elwood, NJ (10.6 miles SW)
Egg Harbor City, NJ (11.4 miles SSW)
Port Republic, NJ (12.3 miles SSE)
Hammonton, NJ (12.5 miles WSW)
Tuckerton, NJ (13.8 miles ESE)
Mystic Island, NJ (14.2 miles SE)
Pomona, NJ (14.2 miles S)
Smithville, NJ (14.6 miles SSE)

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Jenkins, NJ (2.7 miles ENE)
Bulltown, NJ (3.4 miles SSW)
Harrisville, NJ (3.4 miles ESE)
Martha, NJ (3.6 miles E)
Charcoal Landing, NJ (4.5 miles SE)

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