SOMERVILLE, NJ - Now that New Jersey is well into Phase 2 of its COVID-19 Restart & Recovery plans, more and more people are venturing out to enjoy the summer weather. During their travels, visitors and residents who cross over from neighboring areas will notice that the county has installed new “Welcome to Somerset County” signs.

For decades, the county’s welcome signs displayed a hot air balloon, but no more. The new signs show off the Somerset County’ logo, with the “Making Vibrant Connections” tagline..

Following is a list of locations:

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Pottersville Road (CR 512), Bedminster Township

Valley Road (CR 512), Bernards Township

Hamilton Street (CR 514), Franklin Township

Georgetown & Franklin Turnpike (CR 518), Montgomery Township

Mendham Road (CR 525), Bernardsville Borough

Valley Road (CR 527), Watchung Borough

Laurel Avenue (CR 603), Franklin Township

Franklin Boulevard (CR 617), Franklin Township

Pleasant Run Road (CR 629), Branchburg Township

Rock Avenue (CR 645), North Plainfield Township

Mendham Road (CR 647), Peapack-Gladstone Borough

Claremont Road (CR 648), Franklin Township

South Maple Road (CR 657), Bernards Township

Old Chester Road (CR 671), Peapack-Gladstone Borough

The “Welcome to Somerset County” signs were designed by the county’s Graphics Department with assistance from the Engineering Division, manufactured by Garden State Highway Products, Inc., and installed on county roads by Department of Public Works employees.