Union City, New Jersey is located in Hudson County. A total of 68,500 people reside in Union City. None of the city is located on water, making it the most densely populated city in the United States. The area is a part of the metropolitan New York area, and is located just 8 miles from the state, or two minutes, if you take the Lincoln Tunnel. Weather in Union City offers cold winters and warm summers. January is the coldest month in the city when temperatures drop down to about 28 degrees. The hottest month in the city is July, with an average high of 83 degrees. No matter what month it is, there is always plenty of things that you need to do. That's why there is the Union City, NJ Yellow Pages Directory. Inside of the directory you can find telephone numbers and addresses for any business that you need in the area. Whether you are looking for a place to buy a new dishwasher or a company to re-do your kitchen, it can be found inside of the directory.
The Union City, NJ Business Directory provides listings by both alphabetical list and alphabetical services. You can find the number of your favorite pizzeria or find listings for companies providing day care in the area. It is your go to source when you need any business listing in Union City. Males and females in Union City are found almost equally. Statistics show that 51% of the city is males, while 49% of the population is female. The average annual income in the city is $39,400, nearly $30,000 less than the average annual income in the state. Cost of living is higher than average, scoring a 125.6, U.S. average is 100, on the index. Over half of the population of the city identifies with the Hispanic race. Each year the city offers a fantastic parade that celebrates this large Hispanic culture found in the area. 54% of the residents in Union City have a high school diploma, while 17.7% of the population holds a bachelor's degree or higher.
Written by Lyndsey Morgan