The Fourth Congressional District of New Jersey spreads across the mid-center of New Jersey along the Jersey Shore, encompassing 41 municipalities (in part or whole).
Effective Jan. 3, 2023 through Jan. 2, 2033, the Fourth Congressional District of New Jersey includes 19 towns in Monmouth County, and 22 towns in Ocean County.
(NOTE: Due to congressional redistricting mandated by the 2020 U.S. Census and defined by a state commission, NJ-04 District Offices in Freehold and Hamilton will be closing and moving to new locations in January 2023. Check this website for future updates on new locations)
In the current 118th Congress of the United States, effective Jan. 3, 2023, municipalities in the Fourth District of New Jersey include:
The Monmouth County towns of:
Freehold Township (part)
Lake Como Borough
Sea Girt Borough
Spring Lake Borough
Spring Lake Heights Borough
Tinton Falls Borough
The Ocean County towns of:
Bay Head Borough;
Berkeley Township (part)
Island Heights Borough
Lacey Township (most)
Ocean Gate Borough
Pine Beach Borough
Point Pleasant Beach Borough
Point Pleasant Borough
Point Pleasant Borough
Seaside Heights Borough
Seaside Park Borough
South Toms River Borough
Toms River Township
NOTE: removed from NJ-04 as of Jan. 2, 2023:
Seven Monmouth County towns going to NJ-06 District: Neptune Twp, Neptune City, Bradley Beach, Little Silver, Rumson, Fair Haven, Red Bank
Nine Monmouth towns going to NJ-03 District: Allentown, Upper Freehold, Roosevelt, Millstone Twp, Englishtown, Manalapan, Freehold Boro, Freehold Twp (part), Holmdel
Two Mercer County towns going to NJ-03 District: Hamilton and Robbinsville.
Local constituents from either the former 117th Congress or the current 118th Congress can contact their representatives at:
Third District- 202-225-4765
Fourth District- 202-225-3765
Sixth District:- 202-225-4671
Offices of all Members of Congress may also be reached via the main House of Representatives switchboard line: 202-224-3121
Not sure who your representative is?
Click on https://www.house.gov/ and click on the "Find Your Representative" box at the top of the page and enter your ZIP Code.
Map below depicts the Fourth Congressional District in the 118th Congress (Jan.3-2023-Jan. 4, 2033).