Millburn Township is located in Essex County, NJ and has a population of 20,149 according to the 2010 US Census. Millburnhas several unincorporated communities and localities located within the township, such as Short Hills or Wyoming. Short Hills, for example, is distinctly known for its expensive and luxurious homes within Millburn Township. Millburn has the highest annual property tax bill in the state compared to the statewide average.
According to the 2010 Census data, there are 6,813 households out of which 48.8% had children under the age of 18 living with them, and the median household income was $165,603.
New Jersey Monthly magazine consistently ranks Millburn as oneof the top places to live in New Jersey. It is home to many open spaces and parks and recreation such as the South Mountain Reservation, Taylor Park, the arboretum, and a beautiful bird sanctuary. The town is also known for the Paper Mill Playhouse, a regional theater established in 1938 and designated as the State Theater of New Jersey, and the nationally acclaimed upscale Short Hills Mall, home to the most luxurious brands in fashion.
Millburn Township offers a robust public school system serving children in pre-K through 12th grades. There are eight schools spread throughout the district with one middle school and one high school. Overall in the nation, Millburn ranks 13th, and 8th in
the state, making the public schools one of the deciding factors for homeowners.
Millburn Township is served by two NJ Transit railroad stations (Millburn station and Short Hills Station) along the Morristown Line, providing service to Newark Broad Street Station, Secaucus Junction, NY Penn Station, and Hoboken Terminal.
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