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  1. Public Schools
    C+
  2. Crime & Safety
    A
  3. Housing
    C+
  4. Nightlife
    C-
  5. Good for Families
    B-
  6. Diversity
    B-
  7. Jobs
    C+
  8. Weather
    B-
  9. Cost of Living
    B
  10. Health & Fitness
    B-
  11. Outdoor Activities
    B
  12. Commute
    C+
Lower Alloways Creek Township is located in New Jersey with a population of 1,715. Lower Alloways Creek Township is in Salem County. Living in Lower Alloways Creek Township offers residents a rural feel and most residents own their homes. Many retirees live in Lower Alloways Creek Township and residents tend to be conservative.

Real Estate

Median Home Value
$234,400
National
$184,700
Median Rent
$1,051
National
$949
Area Feel
Rural
Rent vs. Own
  • Rent
    18%
  • Own
    82%
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Lower Alloways Creek Township Rankings

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Crime & Safety

Crime & Safety
A
Based on violent and property crime rates.
Violent Crimes
  • Calculated annually per 100,000 residents
National
  • Assault
    59.7
    282.7
  • Murder
    0
    6.1
  • Rape
    0
    40.7
  • Robbery
    0
    135.5
Property Crimes
  • Calculated annually per 100,000 residents
National
  • Burglary
    59.7
    500.1
  • Theft
    358
    2,042.8
  • Motor Vehicle Theft
    0
    284

Residents

Diversity
B-
Based on ethnic and economic diversity.
Age
  • <10 years
    11%
  • 10-17 years
    11%
  • 18-24 years
    8%
  • 25-34 years
    7%
  • 35-44 years
    13%
  • 45-54 years
    15%
  • 55-64 years
    16%
  • 65+ years
    20%
Education Levels
National
  • Master's degree or higher
    5%
    12%
  • Bachelor's degree
    10%
    19%
  • Some college or associate's degree
    36%
    29%
  • High school diploma or equivalent
    42%
    28%
  • Less than high school diploma
    7%
    13%

Working in Lower Alloways Creek Township

Jobs
C+
Based on employment rates, job and business growth, and cost of living.
Median Household Income
$87,500
National
$55,322

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    Spring has a decent rain rate so we always have water for plants. Summer it'll thunderstorm sometimes then be fine for days. Fall the leaves all change color and everything gets cooler so a jacket is a must but it's really beautiful. Winter is cold and all the leaves are gone, it's quite chilly but with a coat it is easily dealt with. The calmness of the weather makes my home a beautiful place.
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    The happiness of the people in the area is kind of mixed. If you are talking about in the city, there is a lot of poverty, so of course with money issues comes stress and higher risk of depression, but this area also has a large rural portion. In that region of Salem people are typically not rich, but most families are middle class and I would say live comfortably. This along with living in an area where everyone's whole family for generations has grown up there, so everyone knows you, or went to high school with your mom, or used to have a crush on your grandfather, people are typically on the whole rather happy. Plus the diverse Christian community in this area is strong and very involved in always bettering the community, which is a wonderful help.
    The rural region of this area is magnificent. The woods, marshes, and farmlands are what make Salem what it is. However the city area is more of a sad account. It is a historical site so it is ok that it is a city area, because it is a part of the beginnings of our country, but it has become stricken with poverty so many buildings have been neglected and should be torn down. I am proud to say that I am deeply involved in a more community building but somewhat of a gentrification project: the Olive Street Community Garden. It brings green space in to the city, outdoor activities to the children and folks from all across the area, and most of all a positive connection with the people in the city.