Livingston is the township situated in Essex County in New Jersey. Incorporated in 1813 as a township, Livingston was created by amalgamation of seven distinct areas. The township was named after William Livingston, the first Governor of New Jersey. This township is a part of the New York metropolitan area.
As per the US Census Bureau, the town has a total area of 14.1 square miles, of which land is 13.9 square miles and water is 0.2 square miles.
As per the US Census of 2000, the township had a population of 27,391 people. The population came to 27,600 people in 2009, and comparatively, it was a 1.61 percent of population growth from 2000 census.
From the climatic perspective, the township gets 49 inches of rain per year with snowfall of 28 inches. There are overall 208 sunny days in Livingston each year. The July month is warm month of the year with 86 degrees and the January month is cold with 18 degrees.
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