Morristown was incorporated as a town in 1865 and is the county seat of Morris County. The town is approximately 2.8 square miles consisting of the downtown commercial corridor, residential neighborhood, condominiums and apartments. All residential neighborhoods are walkable to the downtown, which is centered on the Morristown Green.
Over the last decade, Morristown has grown to become a distinct and diverse community where residents and visitors gather for entertainment, dining, shopping, the arts, and more. Morristown has a National Historical Park, St. Peter’s Episcopal Church, the Morris Museum, and the Mayo Performing Arts Center.
Of the 18,000 people living in Morristown, there are just over 7,400 households with 23% with children under the age of 18 living with them. Additionally, the median family income was $66,070. The Morris School District is a regional public school district serving students in pre-K through twelfth grade from the communities of Morristown and Morris Township, and high school students (grades 9-12) from Morris Plains.
In terms of public transportation, NJ Transit offers rail service at the Morristown station on the Morristown Line to NewarkBroad Street, Secaucus Junction, New York Penn Station and Hoboken Terminal.
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