Avon by the sea (Avon) police make a substantial amount of arrests for Avon DWI charges. Most Avon DWI and drug charges are issued in the summer months. Most DUI arrests in Avon occur of Route 35 after stops for traffic violations. If you are facing a DWI charge or drug arrest in Avon, call now to speak with an experienced NJ DWI arrest.
Avon-By-The-Sea is an historic Victorian seaside community located on the Atlantic Ocean. Back in 1878, this town was known locally as New Branch or the Swanton Tract.
The total population of this city is 2,130, which has been decreasing since 1990 at the rate of -11.84% and since 2000 at the rate of -5.08%. The racial composition shows that 95.73% of the population is White and 4.27% Hispanic.
The median age of Avon-By-The-Sea’s residents is 46.10, with an almost equal distribution of roughly 11 to 12% into each of the age groups of 25-34, 35-44, 45-54, 55-64 and 65-74, that represent 66% of the city’s population.
Average and Median Household Sizes are both lower than New Jersey’s and national figures, with 41.22% of the households with a single inhabitant. Almost half of the population owns at least one vehicle, and less than one percent owns more than four.
Average Household Income, at $121.936, is approximately 20% higher than the state’s average but more than 60% greater than the national average.
Originally, Avon-By-The-Sea was intended for the new headquarters of a tobacco company, but instead the land was developed for residential use and grew to become a resort community.
Barely 60 miles from New York City and Philadelphia, Avon-By-The-Sea is a wonderful town for summer relaxation, with a variety of fine restaurants and shops. As many other towns in Monmouth County, it has many Victorian homes and a boardwalk.
This city is surrounded to the north by Sylvan Lake, home to swans, to the south by the Shark River inlet and to east by Atlantic Ocean. According to the Census Bureau, it has a total area of 0.6 square miles, of which more than half (0.4 square miles) is land.
As of the last census, 36.5% of the residents were of Irish ancestry, which represents the third-highest percentage of any municipality in the country and the second-highest in the state, among all localities with more than 1,000 residents who identify their ancestry.
The total Crime Risk Index almost doubles the state’s index (139 vs. 73). This is broken down into: murder and assault risks, both 209; larceny risk 264 and burglary risk 147. The only two indexes that are lower than both state and national risks are represented by robbery at 63 and vehicle car theft at 47. In spite of these figures, the quality of life index is rated at 102.
Out of the population 25 years and older, only 5.39% have not completed high school, which is much lower than the state and national averages. The highest percentages fall into the categories of having completed bachelor’s degree at 28.68% and completed graduate degree 22.61%.