1. Thriving, eclectic upscale suburban community. Home of 18,842 residents.
3. Presented with the choice of private vs. public for high school, despite being surrounded by some most excellent private facilities, many parents deliberately choose our public schools. According to results of New Jersey Proficiency Assessment tests, 83% of students meeting or exceeding grade-level standards in math (state average – 77%) and 90% in language (equal to state average). Approximately 95% of Morristown High School graduates pursue post-secondary studies at colleges, universities, and technical schools throughout the country.
4. Has been chosen as one of the “Dozen Distinctive Destinations” in the country. One of the great things about Morristown is being able to walk everywhere. It’s a city, yet it has a small-town feel to it that makes the town special.
6. The George Griswold Frelinghuysen Arboretum (127 acres) surrounds the Frelinghuysens’ Colonial Revival mansion and its formal gardens, and features nature trails with labeled trees and shrubs. It is open daily without charge.
7. Since Morristown’s inception before the Revolutionary War, religion has played an important role in the lives of town residents. That’s why you’ll find more churches and houses of worship here, than anywhere else. Guaranteed, you’ll find a place of worship that’s right for your beliefs.
8. Morristown is home to one of the largest Chabad Lubavitch Chasidic yeshivas in the world. The Rabbinical College of America in Morristown has trained hundreds of young Lubavitch rabbis. Many other Jewish families have moved into the area to be near the yeshiva and surrounding synagogues.
9. From the smallest shops along South Street to the medium-sized firms on the Green to the largest corporations on Madison Avenue, Morristown is home to hundreds of businesses. And whether you’re looking for a lawyer, a doctor, a store, an advertising agency, an accountant, a contractor or any other kind of business or service, below is where you’ll find it.
10. The Community Theatre, a nonprofit performing arts organization, presents a wide range of programs that entertain, enrich and educate the diverse population of the region and enhance the economic vitality of Northern New Jersey.
11. Nearly a hundred restaurants in Morristown. Whether you’ve got a hankering for hamburgers, a passion for pasta, or even a taste for Thai, Morristown’s got the restaurant you want. And if bar hopping is your scene, Morristown’s got a plethora of party stops too. With watering holes ranging from local corner pubs to, happening dance clubs, all within walking distance of one another.
12. Morristown Memorial Hospital been serving the Morris County community for over 100 years, setting high standards of medical care in keeping with the needs of customers’ offers specialized services and many community health programs. Morristown Memorial is a Level II Trauma Center, a Level III regional prenatal center and a regional pediatric center.
13. “Friends of Morristown” Volunteer Program offers you a vast selection of ways to get involved in helping to make Morristown a more enjoyable place to live, work, and play. You can utilize your talents, skills, imagination, or just plain enthusiasm to work on beautification, marketing, promotions, advertising, cleanliness, parking & transportation issues, or a variety of other ways to help us continue our efforts to improve the town.
14. Morris Museum is elevating the cultural consciousness, excite the mind and enhance the quality of life by advancing the understanding and enjoyment of the visual and performing arts, natural and physical sciences, and humanities through exhibitions, performances and educational programs. The Morris Museum offers special events for all ages and all interests.
15. Home for “Century 21″- bargain-hunter’s department store for designer items.