MORRISTOWN, NEW JERSEY
A crossroads of culture and commerce for more than two hundred years, Morristown combines distinguished residential neighborhoods with a vibrant downtown that includes many restaurants, cafes, retail stores, and businesses. As the seat of Morris County and home of George Washington’s Headquarters during the Revolutionary War, Morristown is rich with history. Picturesque country roads lead to and from the city, which surrounds its urban park, Morristown Green.
Morristown’s midtown direct train service to Hoboken and New York City’s Penn Station makes it especially appealing to people who want sophisticated suburban living with easy access to Manhattan.
Morristown proudly hosts Morristown Medical Center, the only regional level 1 trauma center in northwest New Jersey. It also is convenient to one of the nation’s largest multispecialty medical practices, Summit Medical Group .
Morristown is among the most welcoming, diverse,
beautiful, healthy, resilient, and sustainable places
to live, work, and play in New Jersey.
ACTIVITIES AROUND THE CORNER
Attractive to people of all ages, Morristown has an upbeat vibe and distinctly urban look and feel. Residents and visitors to the city can enjoy shopping in town and stopping at its more than 140 restaurants, bars / taverns, coffee shops, and cafés. During the warm months, many restaurants offer outside dining. A lively night life, including the Morristown Performing Arts Center, a community theater, and 10-screen cinema make Morristown a destination for locals and visitors from near and far.
The Loantaka Brook Reservation, Great Swamp National Wildlife Refuge, Jockey Hollow National Park, and Lewis Morris National Park offer Morristown residents and visitors hiking trails in beautiful hardwood forests throughout the year.
Morristown offers residents sophisticated urban living
with an historic backdrop, modern amenities,
and friendly, suburban neighborhoods.
TOP-RATED PUBLIC SCHOOLS
Highly rated, the Morris school district has approximately 5,195 students in grades pre-K through 12. Its student-teacher ratio is 12 to 1. The Morris County school district is among the most diverse in New Jersey.
TOP-RATED PRIVATE AND PAROCHIAL SCHOOLS
In addition to its outstanding public schools, Morristown is convenient to highly ranked private schools, including the Delbarton School, Kent Place School, Morristown-Beard, Newark Academy, Oak Knoll School of the Holy Child, Oratory Preparatory School, Peck School, Seton Hall Preparatory School, and Saint Vincent Martyr School.
Morristown has approximately 18,000 residents. An estimated 22,000 workers visit the city each day to support its many local businesses and share its positive vibe.