Woodbridge Township Self Storage Facilities storage units near you

About the Area

We have several Storage Post locations near the Woodbridge Township community, including near Sewaren and in Perth Amboy, and we love it here. If you're looking for self-storage near Woodbridge Township, then we have plenty of options. Just scroll down for locations.

The Woodbridge Township Community


Living in Woodbridge Township

If you like diversity, outdoor activities, nightlife and health and fitness and want to live in a place that’s good for families, then confirms Woodbridge Township is a good option. The area is considered dense urban, and 66% of people own their homes. 

Several famous people have called Woodbridge Township home. Jon Bon Jovi and Bon Jovi’s guitarist Richie Sambora were born in Perth Amboy. Sambora then grew up in Woodbridge Township, as did Tico Torres, Bon Jovi’s drummer and lead singer.

Woodbridge Township History

Woodbridge Township is the oldest original township in New Jersey and was granted a Royal Charter by King Charles II in 1669. 

The township was reincorporated in 1693, then incorporated by the Township Act of 1798. Some of the original township was hived off to form Rahway (April 19, 1858), Raritan Township (March 17, 1870, now Edison Township) and Roosevelt (April 11, 1906, now Carteret). 

The New Jersey Turnpike and the Garden State Parkway converge in Woodbridge Township, and the Township has developed the first cloverleaf vehicle interchange ever built in the U.S. The interchange was modeled on a similar traffic circle in Argentina and opened in 1929 at what is now Route 1/9 and Route 35. 

Back in 1982, Woodbridge Township made national headlines by being the first community to ban wearing headphones in public. 

The Sony Walkman was at its height of popularity, and people were grooving while walking, riding bikes and even driving (sometimes ignoring their surroundings). Violators faced a fine of $50 and possibly 15 days in jail. 

The law is still on the books, although your Walkman probably doesn’t work anymore. Hand your kids your Walkman, a cassette and a pencil and see if they can make the connections.

Weather in Woodbridge Township

Woodbridge Township weather typically varies from 27℉ to 87℉ and is rarely below 13℉ or above 95 F. 

Winter can be snowy, with an average annual accumulation of 25 inches. January is usually the coldest month, when it can dip to around 22℉. That calls for warm layers of clothing, hot chocolate, boots and cozy blankets. 

When summer comes, it can be hot and humid, often peaking in July and August in the high 80s. Grab the jet ski, beach blanket and lawn chairs and make the most of fun in the sun. 

A self-storage unit is a great way to store your out of season essentials while freeing up space in your house. 

Self-Storage Facilities Near Woodbridge Township


Why Choose Storage Post

Temperature fluctuations can be a problem when you live in the northern U.S. While humidity encourages mold and mildew growth on fragile personal items like paper, photographs and fabric, wood can warp or split in the heat. 

Luckily, Storage Post offers climate-controlled storage units in a variety of sizes to keep your valuables safe and sound.

With Woodbridge Township at the crossroads of two major highways, we like to make it easy for people to come and go. Many of our Storage Post locations offer ground floor, drive-up units. 

When the weather turns suddenly mild in spring or early winter, and you want to swap your seasonal decor, you can get in and out quickly.

We like to support as many people in the Woodbridge Township area as possible. So, if you refer a friend and they rent a self-storage unit from us, we’ll pay you $50. 

Stop by one of our Storage Post locations in New Jersey, and find out how we can assist you with your storage needs. 

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