Woodbridge, Connecticut Statistic: Population, Charts, Map, Steets and More

A map of the population of Woodbridge, Virginia will show you where all the neighborhoods are located. There are also information about major airports in the area. The nearest airport is located 12 miles away from Woodbridge, VA. You can also find flights to cities near Woodbridge, VA, 4 hours away, or even just a few miles away. The map below shows the percentages of the population in Woodbridge City and the surrounding area.

Woodbridge Township is the oldest original township in New Jersey. It was founded in the early autumn of 1664 and granted its charter by King Charles I in 1669. According to Joseph Dally, the township was named after Reverend John Woodbridge of Newbury, Massachusetts. In 1714, James Parker was born in Woodbridge and founded the first permanent printing house in New Jersey. He was a business associate of Benjamin Franklin and became a notable local leader.

Woodbridge's population is estimated at 11,040. The city's economy has grown rapidly over the past few decades, with the population of Woodbridge's residents reaching $1.2 billion in 2010. The city's downtown merchants have recently completed a major renovation project, repainting sidewalks in brick and installing benches and planters. This town's Main Street is adorned with the Barron Arts Center, a historic building listed on the National Register. This building was donated to the city by the Barron Family in 1877.