keasbey is on the southern - most part of woodbridge township. keasbey is situated on the raritan river. keasbey has major highways that run through it. us route # 9, interstate route # 287 , state route # 44O as well as the garden state parkway.
keasbey seperates woodbridge township and the city of perth amboy, as well as the borough of sayreville.
there are no schools in keasbey. elementry school children attend port reading school # 9 on tappen street. middle school students attend fords middle school, and high school students go to woodbridge high school.
keasbey is protected by the district # 4 keasbey & district # 8 hopelawn volunteer fire departments. keasby is served by the st. john"s first aid squad.
keasbey was named after the keasbey brothers edward keasbey, who settle in the area in 1869 and formed the keasbey clay company 1n1882, anthony keasbey, who served as a u.s. attorney of new jersey, and charles keasbey, who owned a tile plant on the raritan river near the adam weber fire brick plant. who settled in keasbey. keasbey is a vast mixture of a river front, and highways, that is a huge network of highways that sits on land that used to be huge clay pits.