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Morris County Data Book

Compiled by:

Morris County Department of Planning & Development


County of Morris, New Jersey

Last Revised January 25, 2010


For additional information, contact the
Morris County Department of Planning & Development at:

Phone: (973) 829-8120

Email: info@morrisplanning.org

Mailing address:

Morris County Department of Planning & Development


P.O. Box 900
Morristown NJ, 07963-0900

Department office:

Schuyler Place Annex, 4th floor


30 Schuyler Place
Morristown, NJ

Visit Morris County on the web at:

www.co.morris.nj.us

www.morrisplanning.org

Data Book Staff:


Kevin Sitlick, Senior Planner
Gene Cass, Graphics
2010
Morris County Board of Chosen Freeholders

Gene F. Feyl, Director


William J. Chegwidden, Deputy Director
Douglas R. Cabana
John J. Murphy
James W. Murray
Margaret Nordstrom
Jack J. Schrier

John Bonanni, County Administrator

Morris County Department of Planning & Development


Frank T. Pinto, Jr., Director

Planning Board
Christine G. Marion, Director

Transportation Management
Gerald Rohsler, Director

Community Development
Sabine von Aulock, Director

Preservation Trust
Ray Chang, Director
Morris County,
New Jersey

Jefferson Butler
Riverdale
Kinnelon

Pequannock
Rockaway
Township

Boonton
Township
Montville Lincoln Park
Boonton
Mount Arlington Town
Netcong Rockaway
Wharton
Borough
Denville Mountain Lakes
Dover
Roxbury Mine Hill
Victory Gardens
Mount Olive Parsippany-Troy Hills

Randolph
Morris Plains

Hanover East Hanover

Mendham
Morristown
Township
Washington Chester
Borough
Morris Township Florham Park
Mendham
Borough
Chester Madison
Township
Harding Chatham
Borough
Chatham
Township

Long Hill

0 5Miles
TABLE OF CONTENTS
POPULATION
Population Trends, 1920 - 2000
Total Population and Population Density, 1990 and 2000
Population Change by Municipality, 1990 - 2000 (Map)
Population Density by Municipality, 2000 (Map)
Morris County Population by Census Tracts, 2000
Census Tracts, 2000 (Map)
Population Growth by County, 1970 - 2008
Population Estimates, 2008
Population Forecasts, 2000 - 2030
Population Projections by County, 2011 to 2025
Population by Race and Hispanic Origin, 2000
Population by Race and Hispanic Origin, 2008
Population by Race and Hispanic Origin in 2008 for Morris County
Population by Race and Hispanic Origin in 2008 for New Jersey
Population by Ancestry, 2000
Population by Sex, 2000
Population by Age, 2000
Household Relationship and Group Quarters Population, 2000
Household Characteristics, 2000
Household Growth, 1970 - 2000
Births, 1995 - 2005
Residence in 1995 - Persons 5 Years of Age & Over, 2000
HOUSING
New Housing Units Authorized by Building Permit, 1997 - 2008
New Housing Units Authorized by Building Permit, 1997 - 2008 (Chart)
New Privately Owned Housing Units Authorized by Building Permit, 2008
One and Two Family Building Permits, 2008 (Map)
Multi-Family Building Permits, 2008 (Map)
Housing Unit Density, 2000
Housing Unit Growth by County, 1970 - 2008
Projected Growth in Housing Units: 2004 - 2025
Units in Residential Structures, 2000
Owner-Occupied vs. Renter-Occupied Housing Units, 1990 and 2000
Median Value for Specified Owner Occupied Single-Family Housing Units, 2000
Median Contract Rent, 2000
Housing Units by Year Structure Built, 2000
INCOME
Per Capita Income, 1999 and 1989
Median Household and Family Income and Percent of Individuals and Families Below the Poverty Level in 1999
Household Income in 1999 and 2008 for Morris County
Family Income in 1999 and 2008 for Morris County
Income by Counties, 1999
Median Household Income by County, 1999 (Chart)
Top 25 U.S. Counties by Income, 1999
Income by Counties, 2008
Median Household Income by County, 2008 (Chart)
Top 25 U.S. Counties by Income, 2008
TABLE OF CONTENTS (continued)
EDUCATION
School Enrollment, 2008-2009 School Year by School District
Racial Breakdown of Students by School District, Fall 2008
Fall School Enrollments by School District, 2003 - 2008
Educational Attainment - Persons 25 Years of Age & Over, 2000
Educational Attainment - Persons 25 Years of Age & Over by County, 2000
Educational Attainment by County, 2000, Percent Bachelor’s Degree or Higher (Chart)
Educational Attainment - Persons 25 Years of Age & Over by County, 2008
Educational Attainment by County, 2008, Percent Bachelor’s Degree or Higher (Chart)
LABOR
Morris County Unemployment, 2007 through 2009
New Jersey Unemployment, 2007 through 2009
Unemployment Rate: United States, New Jersey and Morris County, 2007 - 2009 (Chart)
Morris County Employment And Wages: 2006 Annual Private Sector Report
Morris County Employment And Wages Covered By Unemployment Insurance, 3rd Qtr. 2008
Annual Average Labor Force Estimates, 2008
Top Employers in Morris County, 2009
TRANSPORTATION
County to County Commuting Patterns - Work Destination, 2000
County to County Commuting Patterns - Place of Residence, 2000
Morris County Residents' Place of Employment (Chart)
Morris County Workforce's Place of Residence (Chart)
Place of Work of Morris County Residents 16 Years of Age and Over, 2000
Means of Transportation to Work, 2000
Means of Transportation to Work by County, 2000
Means of Transportation to Work, Morris County, 2000 (Chart)
Means of Transportation to Work by County, 2008
Means of Transportation to Work, Morris County, 2008 (Chart)
MISCELLANEOUS
Total Area, Water Area and Land Area, 2000
Net Taxable Value - Morris County, 2008
Generalized Zoning Map, Morris County, NJ
Generalized Zoning, Morris County, 2008
Generalized Zoning, Morris County, 2008 (Chart)
APPENDIX
Glossary
Notes and Corrections
Population Trends, 1920 - 2000
Municipality 1920 1930 1940 1950 1960 1970 1980 1990* 2000*
Boonton 5,372 6,866 6,739 7,163 7,981 9,261 8,620 8,343 8,496
Boonton Twp. 684 623 817 1,155 1,998 3,070 3,273 3,566 4,260
Butler 2,886 3,392 3,351 4,050 5,414 7,051 7,616 7,392 7,420
Chatham Boro. 2,421 3,869 4,888 7,391 9,517 9,566 8,537 8,007 8,407
Chatham Twp. 736 1,115 2,026 2,825 5,931 8,093 8,883 9,361 10,141
Chester Boro. - - 650 754 1,074 1,299 1,433 1,214 1,643
Chester Twp. 1,195 1,453 874 1,297 2,107 4,265 5,198 5,958 7,274
Denville 1,205 2,162 3,117 6,055 10,632 14,045 14,380 13,812 15,824
Dover 9,803 10,031 10,491 11,174 13,034 15,039 14,681 15,115 18,113
East Hanover - 946 1,579 2,151 4,379 7,734 9,319 9,926 11,381
Florham Park 570 1,269 1,609 2,385 7,222 8,094 9,359 8,521 10,294
Hanover 8,531 2,516 2,812 3,756 9,329 10,700 11,846 11,538 12,896
Harding - 1,206 1,565 1,970 2,683 3,249 3,236 3,640 3,217
Jefferson 1,226 1,254 1,548 2,744 6,884 14,122 16,413 17,825 19,626
Kinnelon - 428 745 1,350 4,431 7,600 7,770 8,470 9,365
Lincoln Park - 1,831 2,186 3,376 6,048 9,034 8,806 10,978 10,912
Long Hill 2,373 2,149 2,664 3,429 5,537 7,393 7,275 7,826 8,777
Madison 5,523 7,481 7,944 10,417 15,122 16,710 15,357 15,850 15,422
Mendham Boro. 969 1,278 1,343 1,724 2,371 3,729 4,899 4,890 5,115
Mendham Twp. 699 1,003 1,079 1,380 2,256 3,697 4,488 4,537 5,383
Mine Hill - 1,422 1,541 1,951 3,362 3,557 3,325 3,333 3,679
Montville 1,515 2,467 3,207 4,159 6,772 11,846 14,290 15,600 20,884
Morris Twp. 2,824 5,565 6,107 7,432 12,092 19,414 18,486 19,952 21,266
Morris Plains - 1,713 2,018 2,707 4,703 5,540 5,305 5,219 5,622
Morristown 12,548 15,197 15,270 17,124 17,712 17,662 16,614 16,189 18,717
Mountain Lakes - 2,132 2,205 2,806 4,037 4,739 4,153 3,847 4,256
Mount Arlington 213 306 456 639 1,246 3,590 4,251 3,630 4,662
Mount Olive 1,008 1,235 1,526 2,597 3,807 10,394 18,748 21,282 24,193
Netcong 1,800 2,097 2,157 2,284 2,765 2,858 3,557 3,311 3,238
Parsippany - 6,631 10,976 15,290 25,557 55,112 49,868 48,478 50,263
Pequannock 2,291 2,104 2,856 5,254 10,553 14,350 13,776 12,844 13,888
Randolph 2,509 2,165 2,160 4,293 7,295 13,296 17,828 19,974 24,878
Riverdale - 1,052 1,110 1,352 2,596 2,729 2,530 2,370 2,498
Rockaway Boro. 2,655 3,132 3,514 3,812 5,413 6,383 6,852 6,243 6,473
Rockaway Twp. 3,506 3,178 2,423 4,418 10,356 18,955 19,850 19,572 22,973
Roxbury 2,976 3,879 4,455 5,707 9,983 15,754 18,878 20,429 23,317
Victory Gardens - - - - 1,085 1,027 1,043 1,314 1,549
Washington 1,779 1,615 1,870 2,147 3,330 6,962 11,402 15,600 17,592
Wharton 2,877 3,683 3,854 3,853 5,006 5,535 5,485 5,405 6,298
Morris County 82,694 110,445 125,732 164,371 261,620 383,454 407,630 421,361 470,212
*Red numbers indicate a population decline over previous 10 year period.
Example: Butler lost 41 people between 1931 and 1940.
SOURCE: U.S. Census Bureau, 1920 through 2000 Census
* NOTE: The 1990 population count for Washington and the 2000 population count for twenty-six
municipalities were revised by the Census Bureau after the initial release of the Census figures. This
table includes the revised figures. See notes and corrections: "Unofficial Post-CQR Census 2000
Population and Housing Units."
Table updated as of September 29, 2009
Total Population and Population Density, 1990 and 2000*
Land Area Population per Square
Total Population Change
Municipality in Square Mile
1990 2000 Numeric Percent Miles 1990 2000
Boonton 8,343 8,496 153 1.8% 2.35 3,550 3,615
Boonton Twp. 3,566 4,260 694 19.5% 8.42 424 506
Butler 7,392 7,420 28 0.4% 2.08 3,554 3,567
Chatham Boro. 8,007 8,407 400 5.0% 2.41 3,322 3,488
Chatham Twp. 9,361 10,141 780 8.3% 9.33 1,003 1,087
Chester Boro. 1,214 1,643 429 35.3% 1.54 788 1,067
Chester Twp. 5,958 7,274 1,316 22.1% 29.33 203 248
Denville 13,812 15,824 2,012 14.6% 12.11 1,141 1,307
Dover 15,115 18,113 2,998 19.8% 2.68 5,640 6,759
East Hanover 9,926 11,381 1,455 14.7% 8.16 1,216 1,395
Florham Park 8,521 10,294 1,773 20.8% 7.43 1,147 1,385
Hanover 11,538 12,896 1,358 11.8% 10.66 1,082 1,210
Harding 3,640 3,217 -423 -11.6% 20.44 178 157
Jefferson 17,825 19,626 1,801 10.1% 40.63 439 483
Kinnelon 8,470 9,365 895 10.6% 17.89 473 523
Lincoln Park 10,978 10,912 -66 -0.6% 6.73 1,631 1,621
Long Hill 7,826 8,777 951 12.2% 12.08 648 727
Madison 15,850 15,422 -428 -2.7% 4.2 3,774 3,672
Mendham Boro. 4,890 5,115 225 4.6% 6.02 812 850
Mendham Twp. 4,537 5,383 846 18.6% 17.86 254 301
Mine Hill 3,333 3,679 346 10.4% 2.99 1,115 1,230
Montville 15,600 20,884 5,284 33.9% 18.87 827 1,107
Morris Twp. 19,952 21,266 1,314 6.6% 15.76 1,266 1,349
Morris Plains 5,219 5,622 403 7.7% 2.59 2,015 2,171
Morristown 16,189 18,717 2,528 15.6% 2.94 5,506 6,366
Mountain Lakes 3,847 4,256 409 10.6% 2.67 1,441 1,594
Mount Arlington 3,630 4,662 1,032 28.4% 2.11 1,720 2,209
Mount Olive 21,282 24,193 2,911 13.7% 30.35 701 797
Netcong 3,311 3,238 -73 -2.2% 0.84 3,942 3,855
Parsippany 48,478 50,263 1,785 3.7% 23.94 2,025 2,100
Pequannock 12,844 13,888 1,044 8.1% 7.07 1,817 1,964
Randolph 19,974 24,878 4,904 24.6% 20.96 953 1,187
Riverdale 2,370 2,498 128 5.4% 2.06 1,150 1,213
Rockaway Boro. 6,243 6,473 230 3.7% 2.09 2,987 3,097
Rockaway Twp. 19,572 22,973 3,401 17.4% 42.82 457 537
Roxbury 20,429 23,317 2,888 14.1% 21.37 956 1,091
Victory Gardens 1,314 1,549 235 17.9% 0.15 8,760 10,327
Washington 15,600 17,592 1,992 12.8% 44.86 348 392
Wharton 5,405 6,298 893 16.5% 2.19 2,468 2,876
Morris County 421,361 470,212 48,851 11.6% 468.99 898 1,003

SOURCE: U.S. Census Bureau, 1990 and 2000 Census


* NOTE: The 1990 population count for Washington and the 2000 population count for twenty-six municipalities were revised by
the Census Bureau after the initial release of the Census figures. This table includes the revised figures. See notes and
corrections: "Unofficial Post-CQR Census 2000 Population and Housing Units."
Table updated as of September 29, 2009
Population Change by Municipality, 1990 - 2000

Percent Change in Population


-11.6% - 0%
0% - 10%
10% - 15%
15% - 25% Jefferson Butler
Riverdale
Kinnelon
25% - 35.3%
Pequannock
Rockaway
Township

Boonton
Township
Montville Lincoln Park
Boonton
Mount Arlington Town
Netcong Rockaway
Wharton
Borough
Denville Mountain Lakes
Dover
Roxbury Mine Hill
Victory Gardens
Mount Olive Parsippany-Troy Hills

Randolph
Morris Plains

Hanover East Hanover

Mendham
Township Morristown
Washington Chester
Borough
Morris Township Florham Park
Mendham
Borough
Chester Madison
Township
Harding Chatham
Borough
Chatham
Township

Long Hill

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SOURCE: U.S. Census Bureau, 1990 and 2000 Census
Map updated as of September 29, 2009
Population Density by Municipality, 2000

Population Per Square Mile


157 - 750
750 - 1500
1,500 - 2,500
2,500 - 6,000 Butler
Jefferson Riverdale
6,000 - 10,327 Kinnelon

Pequannock
Rockaway
Township

Boonton
Township
Montville Lincoln Park
Boonton
Mount Arlington Town
Netcong Rockaway
Wharton
Borough
Denville Mountain Lakes
Dover
Roxbury Mine Hill
Victory Gardens
Mount Olive Parsippany-Troy Hills

Randolph
Morris Plains

Hanover East Hanover

Mendham
Morristown
Township
Washington Chester
Borough
Morris Township Florham Park
Mendham
Borough
Chester Madison
Township
Harding Chatham
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SOURCE: U.S. Census Bureau, 1990 and 2000 Census
Map updated as of September 29, 2009
Morris County Population by Census Tracts, 2000*
Municipality Census Tract Population Municipality Census Tract Population
Lincoln Park 401.01 4,213 Morristown 435 3,790
Lincoln Park 401.02 6,717 Morristown 436 4,934
Pequannock 402 7,194 Morristown 437 3,228
Pequannock 403 6,694 Morristown 438 6,592
Riverdale 404 2,498 Chatham Twp. 439 4,643
Butler 405 3,623 Chatham Twp. 440 5,443
Butler 406 3,797 Long Hill 441.01 3,092
Kinnelon 407.01 5,550 Long Hill 441.02 5,685
Kinnelon 407.02 3,815 Harding 442 3,180
Montville 408.01 4,704 Rockaway Boro. 443 6,473
Montville 408.03 6,829 Rockaway Twp. 444.01 4,998
Montville 408.04 3,481 Rockaway Twp. 444.03 4,888
Montville 408.05 5,825 Rockaway Twp. 444.04 4,164
Boonton Twp. 409 4,287 Rockaway Twp. 445.01 4,993
Boonton 410 4,924 Rockaway Twp. 445.02 3,887
Boonton 411 3,572 Jefferson 446.01 4,623
Mountain Lakes 412 4,256 Jefferson 446.02 6,011
Denville 413 4,849 Jefferson 447.01 4,856
Denville 414 5,459 Jefferson 447.02 4,227
Denville 415 5,516 Dover 448 7,347
Parsippany 416.01 6,411 Dover 449 5,614
Parsippany 416.02 3,023 Dover 450 5,227
Parsippany 416.03 4,571 Wharton 451 6,298
Parsippany 416.04 4,753 Mine Hill 452 3,679
Parsippany 417.01 5,505 Roxbury 453 4,573
Parsippany 417.02 3,504 Mount Arlington 454.01 4,663
Parsippany 417.03 6,884 Roxbury 454.02 5,633
Parsippany 417.04 4,505 Roxbury 455.01 5,479
Parsippany 418.01 3,053 Roxbury 455.02 7,542
Parsippany 418.02 5,084 Randolph 456.01 102
Parsippany 418.03 3,356 Victory Gardens 456.02 1,546
East Hanover 419.01 6,163 Randolph 456.03 4,829
East Hanover 419.02 5,230 Randolph 456.04 4,783
Hanover 420 4,054 Randolph 457.01 5,857
Hanover 421 4,034 Randolph 457.02 9,276
Hanover 422 4,810 Mendham Boro. 458.01 5,097
Morris Plains 423.01 2,202 Mendham Twp. 458.02 5,400
Morris Plains 423.02 3,034 Chester Boro. 459.01 1,635
Florham Park 425 3,482 Chester Twp. 459.02 7,282
Florham Park 426 6,814 Netcong 460 3,236
Chatham Boro. 427 3,840 Mount Olive 461.03 5,848
Chatham Boro. 428 4,620 Mount Olive 461.04 5,965
Madison 429 3,655 Mount Olive 461.05 6,410
Madison 430 4,269 Mount Olive 461.06 5,970
Madison 431 3,415 Washington 462.01 5,536
Madison 432 4,121 Washington 462.02 3,974
Morris Twp. 433.01 2,593 Washington 462.97 3,286
Morris Twp. 433.02 2,764 Washington 462.98 4,796
Morris Twp. 433.03 3,642 TOTAL TOTAL POP:
Morris Twp. 434.01 7,134 99 470,212
Morris Twp. 434.02 5,294
SOURCE: U.S. Census Bureau, Census 2000
* NOTE: The population counts for Census Tracts 426, 432, 433.02, 454.02, and 460 were revised by the
Census Bureau after the initial release of the Census figures. This table includes the revised figures. See
notes and corrections.
Census Tracts, 2000

446.02 446.01
Butler
Riverdale
Jefferson 405
407.02 404
406
Kinnelon
444.01 407.01 403

447.02 Rockaway Pequannock


447.01
Township 402
409 408.01
Mount Arlington Boonton
Township
401.01
454.01 444.03 Montville
Lincoln Park
445.01 444.04 401.02
Netcong 413 408.04
454.02 411Boonton 408.05
451 Rockaway Denville Town
460 453 410
Wharton Borough 412
450 445.02 443 414
461.06 Roxbury Dover 448 Mountain Lakes
417.01
449 456.01 416.03 417.02
Mine Hill 456.02 416.02
461.05 452 417.03 408.03
455.02 456.03 Victory Gardens
415
456.04 418.01 417.04
416.04
Parsippany-Troy Hills
Mount Olive 418.02
461.04 455.01 Randolph 416.01 Morris Plains 418.03
457.02 423.02 419.01
462.01 457.01
461.03 423.01 420
East Hanover
434.01 422
Hanover
462.02 Morris 421 419.02
Mendham 435
Township 438 433.01
Chester Township
434.02 436
Borough Morristown
462.97 459.01 437
458.02 433.02
Washington 426 425
433.03 Florham Park
Chester 458.01 429
462.98 Township Mendham 432
459.02 Madison 430
Borough
Harding 431 427

442
Chatham 439 428 Chatham
Township Borough
440

441.02
Long Hill

441.01

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SOURCE: U.S. Census Bureau, Census 2000
Population Growth by County, 1970 - 2008*
County 1970 1980 1990 2000 2008
Atlantic 175,043 194,119 224,327 252,552 270,681
Bergen 897,148 845,385 825,380 884,118 894,840
Burlington 323,132 362,542 395,066 423,393 445,475
Camden 456,291 471,650 502,824 507,914 517,234
Cape May 59,554 82,266 95,089 102,326 95,838
Cumberland 121,374 132,866 138,053 146,434 156,830
Essex 932,526 851,304 777,964 792,311 770,675
Gloucester 172,681 199,917 230,082 255,694 287,860
Hudson 607,839 556,972 553,099 608,975 595,419
Hunterdon 69,718 87,361 107,802 121,989 129,031
Mercer 304,116 307,863 325,824 350,761 364,883
Middlesex 583,813 595,893 671,811 750,172 789,102
Monmouth 461,849 503,173 553,093 615,296 642,448
Morris 383,454 407,630 421,361 470,212 487,548
Ocean 208,470 346,038 433,203 510,916 569,111
Passaic 460,782 447,585 453,302 490,374 490,948
Salem 60,346 64,676 65,294 64,289 66,141
Somerset 198,372 203,129 240,245 297,490 324,563
Sussex 77,528 116,119 130,943 144,165 150,909
Union 543,116 504,094 493,819 522,541 523,249
Warren 73,960 84,429 91,607 102,438 109,876
New Jersey 7,171,112 7,365,011 7,730,188 8,414,360 8,682,661
*Red numbers indicate a population decline over previous 10 year period.
Example: Bergen County lost 20,005 residents from 1980 to 1990.
SOURCE: U.S. Census Bureau, 1970 through 2000 Census and 2008 Population Estimates Program
* NOTE: Population counts for 1970 through 2000 were revised by the Census Bureau after the initial release of the
Census figures. This table includes the revised figures. See notes and corrections: "Unofficial Post-CQR Census
2000 Population and Housing Units."
Table updated as of September 29, 2009
Population Estimates, 2008
Municipality 2000 Census* 2008 Estimate Numeric Change Percent Change
Boonton 8,496 8,469 -27 -0.3%
Boonton Twp. 4,260 4,486 226 5.3%
Butler 7,420 8,118 698 9.4%
Chatham Boro. 8,407 8,212 -195 -2.3%
Chatham Twp. 10,141 10,159 18 0.2%
Chester Boro. 1,643 1,678 35 2.1%
Chester Twp. 7,274 7,761 487 6.7%
Denville 15,824 16,483 659 4.2%
Dover 18,113 17,860 -253 -1.4%
East Hanover 11,381 11,396 15 0.1%
Florham Park 10,294 12,389 2,095 20.4%
Hanover 12,896 13,648 752 5.8%
Harding 3,217 3,316 99 3.1%
Jefferson 19,626 21,679 2,053 10.5%
Kinnelon 9,365 9,582 217 2.3%
Lincoln Park 10,912 10,635 -277 -2.5%
Long Hill 8,777 8,611 -166 -1.9%
Madison 15,422 16,009 587 3.8%
Mendham Boro. 5,115 5,053 -62 -1.2%
Mendham Twp. 5,383 5,503 120 2.2%
Mine Hill 3,679 3,587 -92 -2.5%
Montville 20,884 21,057 173 0.8%
Morris Twp. 21,266 21,242 -24 -0.1%
Morris Plains 5,622 6,005 383 6.8%
Morristown 18,717 19,268 551 2.9%
Mountain Lakes 4,256 4,274 18 0.4%
Mount Arlington 4,662 5,827 1,165 25.0%
Mount Olive 24,193 25,810 1,617 6.7%
Netcong 3,238 3,222 -16 -0.5%
Parsippany 50,263 50,431 168 0.3%
Pequannock 13,888 16,658 2,770 19.9%
Randolph 24,878 25,196 318 1.3%
Riverdale 2,498 2,858 360 14.4%
Rockaway Boro. 6,473 6,263 -210 -3.2%
Rockaway Twp. 22,973 25,545 2,572 11.2%
Roxbury 23,317 23,302 -15 -0.1%
Victory Gardens 1,549 1,486 -63 -4.1%
Washington 17,592 18,387 795 4.5%
Wharton 6,298 6,083 -215 -3.4%
Morris County 470,212 487,548 17,336 3.7%

SOURCE: U.S. Census Bureau, 2008 Population Estimates Program

* NOTE: The 1990 population count for Washington and the 2000 population count for twenty-
six municipalities were revised by the Census Bureau after the initial release of the Census
figures. This table includes the revised figures. See notes and corrections: "Unofficial Post-
CQR Census 2000 Population and Housing Units."

Table updated as of September 29, 2009


Population Forecasts, 2000 - 2030
2000 2005 2010 2015 2020 2025 2030
Municipality
Population Population Population Population Population Population Population
Boonton 8,500 8,520 8,580 8,710 8,570 8,450 8,770
Boonton Twp. 4,290 4,360 4,420 4,550 4,650 4,810 5,170
Butler 7,420 7,780 7,840 7,990 7,920 7,890 8,030
Chatham Boro. 8,460 6,910 6,860 6,760 6,660 6,620 6,620
Chatham Twp. 10,090 10,130 10,190 10,110 9,960 9,860 10,230
Chester Boro. 1,640 1,650 1,660 1,690 1,670 1,660 1,720
Chester Twp. 7,280 7,590 7,760 8,070 7,760 7,620 8,610
Denville 15,820 16,030 16,160 16,500 16,360 16,330 17,030
Dover 18,190 19,360 19,940 20,390 20,030 19,840 20,830
East Hanover 11,390 11,470 11,540 11,520 11,370 11,270 11,610
Florham Park 10,300 14,560 15,970 16,290 16,970 17,740 18,320
Hanover 12,900 13,380 13,500 13,710 13,500 13,320 13,830
Harding 3,180 3,250 3,320 3,460 3,580 3,770 4,220
Jefferson 19,720 20,730 20,970 20,680 20,260 20,000 21,070
Kinnelon 9,370 9,510 9,630 9,910 9,760 9,730 10,490
Lincoln Park 10,930 10,930 11,000 10,890 10,720 10,610 11,000
Long Hill 8,780 8,820 8,880 9,050 9,020 9,050 9,380
Madison 15,460 16,200 16,600 16,960 16,900 17,060 17,380
Mendham Boro. 5,100 5,150 5,200 5,110 5,000 4,930 5,210
Mendham Twp. 5,400 5,620 5,780 5,850 5,620 5,500 6,230
Mine Hill 3,680 3,680 3,710 3,790 3,860 3,960 4,120
Montville 20,840 21,020 21,190 21,630 21,840 22,170 23,060
Morris Twp. 21,430 21,470 21,610 22,040 22,530 23,120 23,950
Morris Plains 5,240 5,260 5,160 5,050 4,940 4,890 5,070
Morristown 18,540 19,250 19,620 20,070 19,850 19,800 20,150
Mountain Lakes 4,260 4,360 4,430 4,400 4,310 4,250 4,490
Mount Arlington 4,660 4,920 4,960 5,060 5,130 5,220 5,360
Mount Olive 24,190 25,400 25,780 26,370 26,420 26,660 27,990
Netcong 3,240 3,280 3,310 3,390 3,540 3,720 3,890
Parsippany 50,650 51,590 52,030 51,450 50,790 50,360 51,850
Pequannock 13,890 14,670 14,780 15,040 15,150 15,320 15,710
Randolph 24,850 25,510 25,760 26,300 26,400 26,630 27,590
Riverdale 2,500 2,570 2,600 2,660 3,430 4,180 4,320
Rockaway Boro. 6,470 6,470 6,470 6,410 6,340 6,300 6,440
Rockaway Twp. 22,930 24,360 24,710 25,300 26,890 28,610 29,960
Roxbury 23,230 23,570 23,750 24,230 24,260 24,430 25,350
Victory Gardens 1,550 1,550 1,520 1,520 1,520 1,520 1,520
Washington 17,590 18,180 18,500 17,940 17,320 16,980 18,820
Wharton 6,300 6,370 6,430 6,540 6,600 6,680 6,860
Morris County 470,200 485,400 492,100 497,400 497,400 500,900 522,200

SOURCE: North Jersey Transportation Planning Authority, March 2005


NOTE: Figures for Census 2000 & NJTPA 2005 - 2030 forecasts rounded to nearest 10; Morris County totals do not
equal sum of municipal figures due to rounding.
Population Projections by County, 2011 to 2025
Census on Estimates July 1 Projections
County
April 1, 2000 July 1, 2006 2011 2016 2020 2025
Atlantic 252,552 269,924 277,600 288,400 298,100 309,000
Bergen 884,118 893,217 899,700 910,800 922,800 936,400
Burlington 423,394 447,552 458,500 474,100 489,500 507,200
Camden 508,932 513,510 520,500 529,600 538,800 548,600
Cape May 102,326 97,613 97,500 98,900 100,100 101,400
Cumberland 146,438 154,175 157,700 162,100 166,800 172,300
Essex 793,633 778,333 782,700 788,200 794,000 800,300
Gloucester 254,673 281,314 292,900 313,600 330,500 352,300
Hudson 608,975 599,755 602,300 607,900 613,200 618,100
Hunterdon 121,989 129,197 133,700 140,600 146,300 154,400
Mercer 350,761 364,649 372,200 383,300 393,900 405,200
Middlesex 750,162 783,371 800,600 828,300 851,900 877,900
Monmouth 615,301 641,309 654,000 676,000 694,000 714,400
Morris 470,212 487,371 496,600 511,300 524,900 540,300
Ocean 510,916 561,505 582,500 622,900 654,100 696,100
Passaic 489,049 491,956 494,400 500,000 506,800 514,600
Salem 64,285 65,842 66,900 67,900 69,100 70,500
Somerset 297,490 320,070 332,600 350,400 365,900 389,300
Sussex 144,166 151,165 154,900 160,300 166,100 172,900
Union 522,541 524,816 527,400 533,000 537,600 543,900
Warren 102,437 109,431 112,200 117,500 122,700 129,300
New Jersey 8,414,350 8,666,075 8,817,400 9,065,100 9,287,000 9,554,300
SOURCE: N.J. Department of Labor & Workforce Development, January 2009
NOTE: Numbers may not add due to rounding.
Population by Race and Hispanic Origin, 2000
Not Hispanic or Latino

Black or American Native Hawaiian Some Two or Hispanic or


Total
Municipality White African Indian and Asian and Other Pacific other more Latino (may be of
Population
American Alaska Native Islander race races any race)

Boonton 8,496 6,693 321 9 655 0 29 207 582


Boonton Twp. 4,287 3,921 51 1 175 0 8 39 92
Butler 7,420 6,792 42 10 137 0 5 55 379
Chatham Boro. 8,460 7,919 11 4 238 0 12 53 223
Chatham Twp. 10,086 9,282 41 5 483 1 4 73 197
Chester Boro. 1,635 1,477 5 0 28 0 3 10 112
Chester Twp. 7,282 6,779 72 1 171 4 2 65 188
Denville 15,824 14,327 169 12 734 5 17 142 418
Dover 18,188 5,937 1,035 18 446 0 20 193 10,539
East Hanover 11,393 9,668 64 2 1,257 0 1 89 312
Florham Park 8,857 8,182 88 1 343 5 2 46 190
Hanover 12,898 11,113 127 5 1,123 1 9 68 452
Harding 3,180 3,038 13 0 34 1 6 31 57
Jefferson 19,717 18,444 153 25 209 7 21 186 672
Kinnelon 9,365 8,775 44 3 263 8 5 49 218
Lincoln Park 10,930 9,398 177 5 575 1 12 129 633
Long Hill 8,777 7,916 31 10 420 1 3 93 303
Madison 16,530 14,172 481 16 616 37 27 194 987
Mendham Boro. 5,097 4,846 22 0 72 3 2 27 125
Mendham Twp. 5,400 5,115 48 1 109 0 8 37 82
Mine Hill 3,679 3,101 118 3 89 3 1 45 319
Montville 20,839 17,274 188 9 2,612 4 19 202 531
Morris Twp. 21,796 18,742 1,154 26 847 2 14 181 830
Morris Plains 5,236 4,747 70 3 225 5 8 37 141
Morristown 18,544 9,402 3,066 32 694 12 29 275 5,034
Mountain Lakes 4,256 3,908 15 0 219 3 9 30 72
Mount Arlington 4,663 4,121 84 2 173 2 10 59 212
Mount Olive 24,193 19,989 895 34 1,446 2 50 332 1,445
Netcong 2,580 2,290 31 0 43 0 4 28 184
Parsippany 50,649 35,283 1,510 43 9,124 21 117 1,016 3,535
Pequannock 13,888 13,099 39 10 265 0 8 59 408
Randolph 24,847 20,457 555 9 2,265 5 65 283 1,208
Riverdale 2,498 2,265 27 1 68 0 13 14 110
Rockaway Boro. 6,473 5,313 84 7 411 2 5 43 608
Rockaway Twp. 22,930 19,393 538 18 1,287 3 28 223 1,440
Roxbury 23,883 21,211 432 28 847 3 25 183 1,154
Victory Gardens 1,546 330 318 1 84 0 2 28 783
Washington 17,592 16,610 143 14 325 7 10 94 389
Wharton 6,298 4,253 244 11 198 0 33 97 1,462
Morris County 470,212 385,582 12,506 379 29,310 148 646 5,015 36,626

SOURCE: U.S. Census Bureau, Census 2000


NOTE: The total population counts for twenty-six municipalities were revised by the Census Bureau after the
initial release of the Census figures; however, these revisions were not included in other enumerated data
(including this table). See notes and corrections: "Unofficial Post-CQR Census 2000 Population and Housing
Units."
Population by Race and Hispanic Origin, 2008
Not Hispanic or Latino

Black or American Native Hawaiian Some Two or Hispanic or


Total
Municipality White African Indian and Asian and Other Pacific other more Latino (may be of
Population
American Alaska Native Islander race races any race)

Atlantic County 270,681 165,304 42,452 175 17,016 0 916 4,596 40,222
Bergen County 894,840 570,300 45,417 658 127,783 0 3,168 12,462 135,052
Burlington County 445,475 321,602 69,666 799 18,511 52 908 8,913 25,024
Camden County 517,234 323,456 96,537 1,047 22,822 0 1,528 7,644 64,200
Cape May County 95,838 84,971 3,650 582 462 0 0 1,700 4,473
Cumberland County 156,830 83,077 29,542 1,176 1,837 0 118 3,119 37,961
Essex County 770,675 274,098 304,965 1,398 33,831 537 3,603 6,728 145,515
Gloucester County 287,860 237,080 27,930 136 6,817 52 378 4,508 10,959
Hudson County 595,419 203,111 71,913 569 67,669 0 4,231 6,036 241,890
Hunterdon County 129,031 113,245 3,967 90 4,482 0 571 840 5,836
Mercer County 364,883 209,956 69,820 350 29,782 0 844 5,463 48,668
Middlesex County 789,102 414,494 73,980 638 149,822 54 2,761 8,169 139,184
Monmouth County 642,448 498,675 46,057 668 32,415 0 1,929 6,197 56,507
Morris County 487,548 370,393 14,620 298 41,424 42 2,921 4,766 53,084
Ocean County 569,111 492,816 18,211 457 9,693 117 2,262 5,155 40,400
Passaic County 490,948 231,835 56,876 694 22,436 174 1,187 3,698 174,048
Salem County 66,141 51,075 10,547 0 275 0 233 314 3,697
Somerset County 324,563 211,657 25,039 0 41,431 0 1,699 4,246 40,491
Sussex County 150,909 134,345 2,615 137 3,265 0 541 1,069 8,937
Union County 523,249 247,145 110,431 614 23,134 311 3,532 3,039 135,043
Warren County 109,876 94,400 4,011 0 2,871 0 313 927 7,354
New Jersey 8,682,661 5,333,035 1,128,246 10,486 657,778 1,339 33,643 99,589 1,418,545

SOURCE: U.S. Census Bureau, 2008 American Community Survey


The 2008 population estimates from the American Community Survey are subject to a margin of error
that may be significant for smaller population groups. For example, the estimated population of 42 for
the Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander racial category in Morris County has a margin of error of
+/-70 at a 90% confidence level.
Table updated as of September 29, 2009
Population by Race and Hispanic Origin in 2008 for Morris County
2000 Census 2008 Estimate
Percent of Percent of
Numeric
Persons Total Persons Total
Change
Population Population
Total population 470,212 100.0% 487,548 100.0% 17,336
Not Hispanic or Latino
White 385,582 82.0% 370,393 76.0% -15,189
Black or African American 12,506 2.7% 14,620 3.0% 2,114
American Indian and Alaska Native 379 0.1% 298 0.1% -81
Asian 29,310 6.2% 41,424 8.5% 12,114
Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander 148 0.0% 42 0.0% -106
Some other race 646 0.1% 2,921 0.6% 2,275
Two or more races 5,015 1.1% 4,766 1.0% -249
Hispanic or Latino (may be of any race) 36,626 7.8% 53,084 10.9% 16,458
SOURCE: U.S. Census Bureau, 2008 American Community Survey

Population by Race and Hispanic Origin in 2008 for New Jersey


2000 Census 2008 Estimate
Percent of Percent of
Numeric
Persons Total Persons Total
Change
Population Population
Total population 8,414,350 100.0% 8,682,661 100.0% 268,311
Not Hispanic or Latino
White 5,557,209 66.0% 5,333,035 61.4% -224,174
Black or African American 1,096,171 13.0% 1,128,246 13.0% 32,075
American Indian and Alaska Native 11,338 0.1% 10,486 0.1% -852
Asian 477,012 5.7% 657,778 7.6% 180,766
Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander 2,175 0.0% 1,339 0.0% -836
Some other race 19,565 0.2% 33,643 0.4% 14,078
Two or more races 133,689 1.6% 99,589 1.1% -34,100
Hispanic or Latino (of any race) 1,117,191 13.3% 1,418,545 16.3% 301,354
SOURCE: U.S. Census Bureau, 2008 American Community Survey
The 2008 population estimates from the American Community Survey are subject to a margin of error that may be
significant for smaller population groups. For example, the estimated population of 42 for the Native Hawaiian
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Denville 15,824 20,637 0 0 0 0 72 76 0 12 92 0 10 54 41 0 30 0 0 0 0 127 37 79 328 36 1351 33 177 38 384 138 3106 0 223 2 386
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East Hanover 11,393 13,361 0 0 0 0 205 31 0 0 44 0 0 0 12 0 21 9 0 0 0 56 13 40 134 6 434 0 31 0 119 26 1407 0 171 17 142
Florham Park 8,857 10,943 0 0 6 0 69 0 0 0 60 0 6 28 47 10 37 0 0 0 0 12 0 26 94 23 911 0 6 8 114 38 1337 0 24 0 124
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Jefferson 19,717 26,400 0 0 50 0 110 0 0 0 201 0 0 0 91 0 106 27 0 75 0 57 111 46 975 7 2286 0 66 16 599 173 4274 0 324 12 334
Kinnelon 9,365 12,271 0 0 0 8 61 4 0 0 177 0 18 0 103 0 11 0 0 0 0 50 26 80 509 62 1056 6 32 6 224 91 1790 0 59 0 163
Lincoln Park 10,930 13,149 0 0 200 0 97 7 0 7 13 0 20 14 22 0 7 0 0 29 0 26 16 39 357 38 761 0 14 16 155 53 1814 0 57 0 158
Long Hill 8,777 11,440 0 0 0 13 9 0 0 0 130 0 0 6 100 0 14 0 0 7 0 58 61 45 140 14 606 0 66 12 187 82 1799 0 48 0 74
Madison 16,530 19,773 0 0 0 4 63 19 0 5 88 7 6 5 247 7 84 0 7 40 0 87 49 68 330 23 1824 0 85 35 420 86 2137 0 124 0 219
Mendham Boro. 5,097 6,719 0 0 0 0 0 5 0 26 39 0 40 0 112 0 13 0 0 0 0 12 22 16 161 9 666 0 39 0 95 27 1070 0 24 0 91
Mendham Twp. 5,400 6,602 0 0 6 0 43 29 0 0 66 0 0 0 78 0 41 0 0 39 0 0 24 8 100 20 588 0 27 18 162 36 1143 0 25 0 115
Mine Hill 3,679 4,691 0 0 0 0 6 0 0 0 10 0 12 0 30 0 13 0 0 7 0 0 9 5 51 6 383 0 0 7 76 17 738 0 10 0 119
Montville 20,839 25,436 0 65 117 0 55 79 0 0 264 0 0 7 179 0 8 0 0 10 8 73 152 91 583 111 1274 0 152 38 262 67 2847 0 263 0 335
Morris Twp. 21,796 25,939 0 0 0 21 137 20 0 54 186 9 9 26 134 0 152 0 12 30 0 130 42 74 300 213 2279 15 208 25 483 34 3152 0 166 0 309
Morris Plains 5,236 6,837 0 0 0 0 21 11 0 0 68 0 15 0 35 6 6 0 0 5 6 5 0 51 54 0 496 0 32 6 130 47 1112 0 26 0 106
Morristown 18,544 19,753 0 0 35 7 78 53 0 0 100 0 31 6 152 20 69 0 0 0 0 24 73 31 160 34 1125 0 97 10 219 116 1386 0 109 30 122
Mountain Lakes 4,256 5,494 0 0 0 0 23 0 0 0 34 0 22 0 59 0 32 0 0 0 0 40 5 38 46 54 506 16 36 13 161 7 766 0 50 0 92
Mount Arlington 4,663 6,033 0 0 7 0 63 6 0 0 28 0 6 0 6 0 22 0 0 6 0 19 13 27 109 30 420 0 0 15 132 25 1112 0 53 9 119
Mount Olive 24,193 31,423 0 0 0 0 144 12 0 7 153 0 14 35 42 0 35 0 51 26 0 158 137 83 392 16 2092 0 80 0 637 218 4744 0 105 78 460
Netcong 2,580 3,334 0 0 23 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 8 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 5 5 118 0 235 0 0 0 27 20 454 0 9 0 24
Parsippany 50,649 59,924 0 361 22 0 623 55 0 6 343 0 13 76 197 21 114 5 5 40 8 145 140 167 613 142 2707 31 235 42 781 218 6512 0 596 15 706
Pequannock 13,888 18,055 0 0 0 0 182 90 0 15 125 0 21 46 85 0 18 0 0 15 0 139 47 66 1141 16 1250 0 16 0 392 62 2464 0 130 0 231
Randolph 24,847 30,791 0 0 0 0 208 20 20 28 358 0 32 8 155 44 182 13 17 69 0 95 92 133 441 352 1668 0 228 48 418 183 4030 0 287 0 308
Riverdale 2,498 3,336 0 0 0 3 58 0 4 0 12 0 0 0 12 0 3 0 0 3 0 9 27 5 171 0 177 0 4 0 45 42 431 0 24 0 40
Rockaway Boro. 6,473 8,026 0 0 52 0 103 0 0 0 56 0 0 0 66 0 14 0 40 0 0 28 5 8 176 6 542 0 0 8 91 20 1361 0 21 0 38
Rockaway Twp. 22,930 28,773 0 0 0 0 118 65 8 0 195 13 27 8 35 0 19 0 0 44 0 100 87 119 539 108 1812 0 97 12 397 141 3495 0 123 10 412
Roxbury 23,883 31,424 0 0 8 8 74 13 0 22 209 16 11 14 82 0 48 0 0 9 0 138 88 164 473 57 2180 0 186 29 465 90 4583 0 183 0 398
Victory Gardens 1,546 1,470 0 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 9 0 31 0 0 0 16 4 44 0 2 2 4
Washington 17,592 23,557 0 0 0 12 185 18 0 0 116 0 0 8 58 0 103 0 4 0 0 89 39 91 572 42 2083 18 107 75 362 85 3862 0 128 0 308
Wharton 6,298 8,012 0 0 35 0 34 19 0 0 130 0 9 34 9 0 0 0 10 0 0 10 9 7 90 0 644 0 60 8 148 32 1255 0 56 27 222
Morris County 470,212 582,812 17 458 618 92 3,149 806 46 223 3,744 59 398 434 2,898 108 1,483 88 177 671 22 2,058 1,626 1,807 10,819 1,577 40,603 119 2,550 590 9,317 2,657 76,871 0 4,367 209 7,124

SOURCE: U.S. Census Bureau, Census 2000

NOTE: The Total Ancestries Tallied is larger than the Total Population because persons may report more than one ancestry. The total population counts for twenty-
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Boonton Twp. 5 0 808 0 1049 0 25 0 0 0 0 0 19 8 374 5 15 137 0 60 111 0 0 124 0 0 0 55 25 0 71 153 19 0 9 362
Butler 0 0 1981 0 1848 0 29 0 0 0 0 0 29 9 831 32 0 77 0 91 110 31 6 46 0 0 13 79 21 6 64 238 45 19 54 760
Chatham Boro. 0 0 2561 0 1658 0 33 0 0 0 0 0 89 0 379 18 38 71 0 209 246 0 0 49 0 0 4 122 32 0 94 365 82 10 17 619
Chatham Twp. 0 7 2436 0 1944 15 56 5 0 0 0 5 151 0 593 72 7 288 4 110 333 0 13 66 0 0 0 167 140 69 101 477 87 0 7 1,012
Chester Boro. 0 7 302 0 355 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 22 0 83 2 9 13 0 42 35 0 6 11 0 0 8 13 1 2 19 84 12 0 0 195
Chester Twp. 0 6 1430 0 1631 0 82 11 0 0 0 10 66 8 615 35 0 250 0 137 256 0 0 44 0 0 14 137 68 0 131 358 40 14 41 568
Denville 0 19 3977 0 4134 0 54 0 0 0 0 9 89 0 1216 90 38 392 0 158 349 0 31 168 0 0 23 254 109 0 242 616 74 16 11 1,736
Dover 0 0 1181 0 1320 0 49 0 7 0 0 0 69 0 446 125 7 51 7 109 60 0 9 39 0 0 47 92 7 0 0 698 37 166 9 10,288
East Hanover 0 20 1468 45 4759 0 45 0 0 0 0 0 50 0 792 158 47 203 0 101 135 0 0 90 0 0 0 34 41 0 141 387 38 43 8 1,838
Florham Park 7 0 2050 0 2424 0 38 0 0 0 0 0 114 5 737 146 20 376 0 144 170 0 0 78 0 0 29 119 71 28 150 338 66 23 34 796
Hanover 10 0 2716 6 3917 7 60 0 0 0 0 0 80 16 1255 35 19 208 37 152 265 5 21 116 7 0 6 107 51 9 454 488 35 5 13 1,722
Harding 0 0 634 0 622 0 14 0 0 0 0 0 58 0 171 22 0 98 0 29 49 0 0 0 0 0 0 57 49 0 14 404 33 0 8 124
Jefferson 0 0 4508 0 5060 0 151 0 0 0 0 8 289 16 1967 69 15 437 24 255 703 5 40 199 9 0 36 199 69 0 239 628 142 57 85 1,250
Kinnelon 0 35 2236 0 2379 0 79 0 0 16 0 10 135 0 783 38 16 340 5 88 189 0 6 5 0 0 0 80 44 0 63 322 132 13 22 699
Lincoln Park 0 13 2103 0 2919 0 51 0 140 8 0 0 76 22 1078 71 0 166 0 46 216 18 7 95 6 0 16 96 28 14 145 390 29 23 32 1,421
Long Hill 0 31 2000 0 2479 0 87 0 0 11 0 23 66 0 696 15 15 206 0 75 288 0 0 57 16 0 10 163 8 44 122 491 61 14 5 986
Madison 0 38 3255 0 3907 30 79 22 0 0 0 70 240 8 933 105 12 377 23 376 504 0 14 19 11 0 21 272 118 51 122 457 258 98 54 2,230
Mendham Boro. 0 0 1369 0 1076 0 48 0 0 0 0 0 69 0 392 62 6 176 16 51 246 0 0 6 0 0 0 64 35 0 34 260 52 3 0 287
Mendham Twp. 0 10 1032 0 982 18 14 0 0 0 0 51 81 0 252 27 7 197 41 93 169 0 7 0 0 0 7 147 14 0 62 414 37 0 0 372
Mine Hill 0 0 863 0 756 0 4 0 0 0 0 0 30 0 196 0 0 35 8 40 110 0 19 51 0 0 48 51 0 0 53 147 63 0 0 718
Montville 10 28 2976 20 5594 56 64 0 35 27 0 0 171 7 1928 76 123 1262 15 103 275 0 24 165 8 0 17 159 238 35 283 681 98 52 50 3,816
Morris Twp. 17 182 4677 33 3958 64 104 0 0 31 0 43 183 0 1154 29 57 823 50 432 504 7 19 88 16 0 63 176 85 7 201 1010 178 207 22 3,299
Morris Plains 0 19 1557 6 1301 7 75 15 18 0 0 0 51 0 284 38 5 53 0 124 151 0 6 18 0 0 22 53 36 0 85 125 21 59 0 470
Morristown 0 4 2676 16 1998 0 28 7 0 5 0 28 122 0 646 42 18 394 12 141 204 16 14 70 0 0 255 141 29 28 107 494 52 392 7 7,720
Mountain Lakes 0 6 934 0 752 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 45 0 282 17 23 163 0 145 166 0 0 0 0 0 21 73 5 25 0 364 36 8 0 429
Mount Arlington 0 0 1152 0 1129 9 31 0 0 0 0 0 42 0 319 6 19 122 0 50 57 0 19 45 0 0 9 47 6 15 15 156 15 71 0 472
Mount Olive 0 20 5485 17 5481 0 196 0 28 0 0 0 227 0 2117 121 20 573 18 333 402 11 27 111 24 0 152 282 47 88 303 763 242 76 138 4,402
Netcong 0 0 554 0 1003 0 7 0 0 0 0 0 35 6 194 0 0 33 0 20 10 0 0 7 0 0 0 87 5 0 19 76 20 0 0 326
Parsippany 0 38 7700 33 10590 20 264 7 193 19 0 15 387 28 3553 344 206 1781 39 358 647 0 41 362 0 9 204 352 156 196 468 1391 265 413 44 14,862
Pequannock 0 0 3677 0 4049 0 35 0 82 0 0 9 238 8 959 42 10 131 36 231 250 10 10 70 0 0 0 82 138 29 42 453 57 0 20 836
Randolph 22 24 4234 0 4801 60 99 0 0 32 0 23 320 9 1796 114 80 1275 74 172 631 13 54 127 16 0 95 286 101 76 330 912 353 36 19 5,170
Riverdale 10 0 604 0 838 0 12 0 0 0 0 0 14 0 197 4 17 110 0 12 41 0 0 8 0 0 12 29 41 0 25 83 3 8 0 198
Rockaway Boro. 0 0 1243 0 1361 0 21 0 0 0 8 0 37 8 663 23 0 114 24 88 105 0 27 80 0 0 9 59 11 0 38 197 30 0 10 1,235
Rockaway Twp. 0 36 4429 16 5373 15 215 0 13 0 0 0 394 0 2300 93 161 1034 5 349 368 33 48 183 0 0 157 353 90 68 244 889 171 122 40 3,590
Roxbury 0 16 5008 0 6634 88 115 0 44 0 0 0 544 19 2459 79 107 778 12 341 524 13 32 292 14 0 60 264 138 16 226 944 205 78 12 2,814
Victory Gardens 0 0 56 0 44 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 32 6 0 8 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 23 2 0 0 13 118 0 50 0 993
Washington 0 0 4489 0 4143 26 185 0 0 48 0 12 208 0 1445 133 29 379 62 435 613 0 24 149 10 0 19 254 47 0 276 767 126 18 28 1,267
Wharton 0 0 1310 6 787 0 7 0 0 0 0 0 50 0 398 12 0 104 0 71 121 0 0 60 0 0 10 17 28 0 110 178 41 18 0 1,836
Morris County 81 559 93,434 198 107,123 427 2,538 67 560 197 8 316 4,955 177 35,103 2,313 1,156 13,421 523 5,862 9,771 162 541 3,272 147 9 1,430 5,137 2,162 948 5,147 17,653 3,334 2,182 805 83,309

SOURCE: U.S. Census Bureau, Census 2000

NOTE: The Total Ancestries Tallied is larger than the Total Population because persons may report more than one ancestry. The total population counts for twenty-six
municipalities were revised by the Census Bureau after the initial release of the Census figures; however, these revisions were not included in other enumerated data
(including this table). See notes and corrections: "Unofficial Post-CQR Census 2000 Population and Housing Units."
Population by Sex, 2000
Total Male Female
Municipality
Population Number Percent Number Percent
Boonton 8,496 4,214 49.6% 4,282 50.4%
Boonton Twp. 4,287 2,128 49.6% 2,159 50.4%
Butler 7,420 3,655 49.3% 3,765 50.7%
Chatham Boro. 8,460 4,037 47.7% 4,423 52.3%
Chatham Twp. 10,086 4,803 47.6% 5,283 52.4%
Chester Boro. 1,635 819 50.1% 816 49.9%
Chester Twp. 7,282 3,586 49.2% 3,696 50.8%
Denville 15,824 7,617 48.1% 8,207 51.9%
Dover 18,188 9,377 51.6% 8,811 48.4%
East Hanover 11,393 5,520 48.5% 5,873 51.5%
Florham Park 8,857 4,095 46.2% 4,762 53.8%
Hanover 12,898 6,273 48.6% 6,625 51.4%
Harding 3,180 1,540 48.4% 1,640 51.6%
Jefferson 19,717 9,775 49.6% 9,942 50.4%
Kinnelon 9,365 4,673 49.9% 4,692 50.1%
Lincoln Park 10,930 5,239 47.9% 5,691 52.1%
Long Hill 8,777 4,258 48.5% 4,519 51.5%
Madison 16,530 7,832 47.4% 8,698 52.6%
Mendham Boro. 5,097 2,410 47.3% 2,687 52.7%
Mendham Twp. 5,400 2,656 49.2% 2,744 50.8%
Mine Hill 3,679 1,787 48.6% 1,892 51.4%
Montville 20,839 10,138 48.6% 10,701 51.4%
Morris Twp. 21,796 10,287 47.2% 11,509 52.8%
Morris Plains 5,236 2,512 48.0% 2,724 52.0%
Morristown 18,544 9,302 50.2% 9,242 49.8%
Mountain Lakes 4,256 2,119 49.8% 2,137 50.2%
Mount Arlington 4,663 2,216 47.5% 2,447 52.5%
Mount Olive 24,193 12,119 50.1% 12,074 49.9%
Netcong 2,580 1,267 49.1% 1,313 50.9%
Parsippany 50,649 25,039 49.4% 25,610 50.6%
Pequannock 13,888 6,688 48.2% 7,200 51.8%
Randolph 24,847 12,317 49.6% 12,530 50.4%
Riverdale 2,498 1,211 48.5% 1,287 51.5%
Rockaway Boro. 6,473 3,148 48.6% 3,325 51.4%
Rockaway Twp. 22,930 11,329 49.4% 11,601 50.6%
Roxbury 23,883 11,674 48.9% 12,209 51.1%
Victory Gardens 1,546 743 48.1% 803 51.9%
Washington 17,592 8,593 48.8% 8,999 51.2%
Wharton 6,298 3,043 48.3% 3,255 51.7%
Morris County 470,212 230,039 48.9% 240,173 51.1%

SOURCE: U.S. Census Bureau, Census 2000


NOTE: The total population counts for twenty-six municipalities were revised by the Census Bureau
after the initial release of the Census figures; however, these revisions were not included in other
enumerated data (including this table). See notes and corrections: "Unofficial Post-CQR Census 2000
Population and Housing Units."
Population by Age, 2000
Median
Municipality Total Under 5 5 to 9 10 to 14 15 to 19 20 to 24 25 to 34 35 to 44 45 to 54 55 to 64 65 to 74 75 & Over
Age
Boonton 8,496 621 513 501 368 437 1,478 1,528 1,126 777 556 591 36.9
Boonton Twp. 4,287 247 335 342 217 134 347 809 768 450 335 303 41.6
Butler 7,420 467 455 435 397 386 1,230 1,275 1,098 694 507 476 37.5
Chatham Boro. 8,460 871 692 553 378 217 1,157 1,680 1,116 698 537 561 36.9
Chatham Twp. 10,086 768 802 755 500 241 1,010 1,884 1,652 1,108 704 662 40.1
Chester Boro. 1,635 120 119 100 88 72 206 285 240 182 111 112 39.1
Chester Twp. 7,282 532 640 659 498 186 529 1,403 1,328 843 401 263 39.6
Denville 15,824 1,147 1,049 1,012 825 522 1,956 2,875 2,408 1,654 1,039 1,337 39.7
Dover 18,188 1,278 1,212 1,089 1,142 1,405 3,437 3,110 2,214 1,379 894 1,028 33.7
East Hanover 11,393 713 738 686 626 528 1,297 1,925 1,738 1,480 988 674 40.7
Florham Park 8,857 542 547 548 407 325 865 1,368 1,356 1,093 893 913 43.8
Hanover 12,898 828 781 859 681 518 1,644 2,233 1,919 1,514 1,020 901 40.1
Harding 3,180 199 243 240 162 73 216 481 550 495 301 220 44.5
Jefferson 19,717 1,452 1,591 1,497 1,158 699 2,610 4,054 3,158 1,808 982 708 37.2
Kinnelon 9,365 702 855 856 533 266 694 1,836 1,701 1,081 533 308 39.6
Lincoln Park 10,930 632 643 610 492 467 1,665 2,023 1,647 1,129 753 869 39.6
Long Hill 8,777 680 727 617 410 263 950 1,788 1,339 894 636 473 39.2
Madison 16,530 981 1,035 940 1,641 1,709 2,155 2,529 1,995 1,388 1,095 1,062 34.3
Mendham Boro. 5,097 351 410 365 342 120 403 824 815 610 436 421 41.9
Mendham Twp. 5,400 423 545 492 347 112 303 980 1,060 556 358 224 40.3
Mine Hill 3,679 312 289 192 162 127 543 718 526 323 282 205 37.6
Montville 20,839 1,435 1,608 1,471 1,049 821 2,602 3,766 3,366 2,465 1,307 949 38.9
Morris Twp. 21,796 1,563 1,366 1,306 1,133 840 2,456 3,696 3,470 2,610 1,789 1,567 40.9
Morris Plains 5,236 379 365 324 229 168 649 892 779 603 410 438 40.7
Morristown 18,544 1,026 996 845 907 1,262 4,240 3,261 2,280 1,435 1,069 1,223 35.0
Mountain Lakes 4,256 317 472 507 273 82 189 807 782 441 243 143 39.4
Mount Arlington 4,663 310 306 274 215 170 764 891 714 523 306 190 37.9
Mount Olive 24,193 2,108 1,949 1,769 1,285 1,199 4,273 4,830 3,294 1,944 943 599 34.1
Netcong 2,580 148 157 190 165 120 379 464 349 231 197 180 37.8
Parsippany 50,649 3,065 2,960 2,943 2,546 2,511 8,662 9,161 7,681 5,429 3,362 2,329 37.6
Pequannock 13,888 947 1,042 1,059 806 541 1,545 2,572 2,010 1,410 1,067 889 38.9
Randolph 24,847 1,885 2,237 2,132 1,556 852 3,097 4,892 4,226 2,153 1,087 730 36.5
Riverdale 2,498 152 187 163 142 127 374 462 386 203 159 143 37.2
Rockaway Boro. 6,473 435 419 420 367 289 965 1,207 966 635 407 363 37.8
Rockaway Twp. 22,930 1,771 1,825 1,719 1,289 868 3,088 4,450 3,606 2,152 1,329 833 37.0
Roxbury 23,883 1,705 1,922 1,824 1,496 943 2,871 4,631 3,839 2,289 1,307 1,056 37.5
Victory Gardens 1,546 117 143 89 100 108 315 293 184 113 44 40 31.9
Washington 17,592 1,213 1,570 1,598 1,292 566 1,531 3,437 3,352 1,584 653 796 38.3
Wharton 6,298 464 489 444 374 297 994 1,145 829 551 351 360 35.7
Morris County 470,212 32,906 34,234 32,425 26,598 20,571 63,689 86,465 71,867 46,927 29,391 25,139 37.8

SOURCE: U.S. Census Bureau, Census 2000


NOTE: The total population counts for twenty-six municipalities were revised by the Census Bureau after the
initial release of the Census figures; however, these revisions were not included in other enumerated data
(including this table). See notes and corrections: "Unofficial Post-CQR Census 2000 Population and Housing
Units."
Household Relationship and Group Quarters Population, 2000
Population in Households Non-Household Population
Non-relatives
Total Group
Total Institutionalized
House- Other Unmarried Quarters
Municipality Household Spouse Child Total Group Quarters
holder Relatives Partner Population
Population
Boonton 8,335 3,272 1,687 2,413 458 505 161 161 102
Boonton Twp. 4,102 1,476 1,034 1,344 139 109 52 185 178
Butler 7,393 2,868 1,659 2,215 360 291 129 27 0
Chatham Boro. 8,420 3,159 2,137 2,774 181 169 63 40 26
Chatham Twp. 9,968 3,920 2,487 3,205 165 191 81 118 102
Chester Boro. 1,621 609 369 495 56 92 23 14 0
Chester Twp. 7,081 2,323 1,849 2,542 212 155 64 201 168
Denville 15,536 5,990 3,761 4,763 570 452 196 288 245
Dover 17,871 5,436 2,727 5,051 2,222 2,435 393 317 253
East Hanover 11,375 3,843 2,790 3,762 722 258 89 18 0
Florham Park 8,492 3,239 2,160 2,582 327 184 59 365 122
Hanover 12,869 4,745 3,123 3,940 662 399 129 29 0
Harding 3,178 1,180 853 992 64 89 25 2 0
Jefferson 19,661 7,131 4,671 6,477 680 702 351 56 0
Kinnelon 9,363 3,062 2,467 3,362 276 196 79 2 0
Lincoln Park 10,245 4,026 2,223 2,998 579 419 188 685 667
Long Hill 8,754 3,139 2,185 2,902 308 220 74 23 0
Madison 13,944 5,520 3,182 4,071 514 657 162 2,586 84
Mendham Boro. 4,837 1,781 1,235 1,593 116 112 38 260 176
Mendham Twp. 5,390 1,788 1,434 1,980 83 105 37 10 0
Mine Hill 3,679 1,365 836 1,123 204 151 48 0 0
Montville 20,664 7,380 5,237 6,768 747 532 206 175 115
Morris Twp. 20,733 8,116 5,242 5,948 675 752 240 1,063 414
Morris Plains 5,141 1,955 1,309 1,536 178 163 47 95 88
Morristown 17,617 7,252 2,496 4,002 1,589 2,278 393 927 595
Mountain Lakes 4,256 1,330 1,108 1,689 67 62 16 0 0
Mount Arlington 4,637 1,918 1,045 1,292 174 208 103 26 0
Mount Olive 24,134 9,068 5,401 7,923 816 926 515 59 21
Netcong 2,576 1,008 507 780 145 136 59 4 0
Parsippany 49,664 19,624 11,037 14,053 2,983 1,967 815 985 880
Pequannock 13,862 5,026 3,294 4,731 506 305 111 26 0
Randolph 24,818 8,679 6,094 8,694 748 603 263 29 0
Riverdale 2,467 919 553 778 108 109 43 31 0
Rockaway Boro. 6,452 2,445 1,376 1,965 356 310 113 21 0
Rockaway Twp. 22,901 8,108 5,554 7,607 910 722 321 29 0
Roxbury 23,761 8,364 5,589 8,062 1,039 707 307 122 65
Victory Gardens 1,546 564 244 477 124 137 50 0 0
Washington 17,394 5,755 4,377 6,435 463 364 147 198 161
Wharton 6,289 2,328 1,212 2,019 418 312 131 9 0
Morris County 461,026 169,711 106,544 145,343 20,944 18,484 6,321 9,186 4,462

SOURCE: U.S. Census Bureau, Census 2000


NOTE: The total population counts for twenty-six municipalities were revised by the Census Bureau after the
initial release of the Census figures; however, these revisions were not included in other enumerated data
(including this table). See notes and corrections: "Unofficial Post-CQR Census 2000 Population and Housing
Units."
Household Characteristics, 2000
Households Households
Average
Total Family Non-Family With With Average
Municipality Household
Households Households Households Individuals Individuals Family Size
Size
Under 18 Over 65
Boonton 3,272 2,159 1,113 1,000 813 2.55 3.11
Boonton Twp. 1,476 1,157 319 567 383 2.78 3.18
Butler 2,868 2,025 843 934 725 2.58 3.09
Chatham Boro. 3,159 2,384 775 1,271 766 2.67 3.14
Chatham Twp. 3,920 2,772 1,148 1,380 922 2.54 3.11
Chester Boro. 609 427 182 218 172 2.66 3.15
Chester Twp. 2,323 2,013 310 1,111 399 3.05 3.29
Denville 5,990 4,315 1,675 2,074 1,624 2.59 3.11
Dover 5,436 3,918 1,518 2,242 1,277 3.29 3.55
East Hanover 3,843 3,214 629 1,407 1,163 2.96 3.26
Florham Park 3,239 2,474 765 1,040 1,067 2.62 3.05
Hanover 4,745 3,619 1,126 1,631 1,363 2.71 3.13
Harding 1,180 941 239 393 361 2.69 3.03
Jefferson 7,131 5,446 1,685 2,907 1,281 2.76 3.17
Kinnelon 3,062 2,685 377 1,440 586 3.06 3.27
Lincoln Park 4,026 2,707 1,319 1,251 853 2.54 3.14
Long Hill 3,139 2,458 681 1,202 782 2.79 3.19
Madison 5,520 3,785 1,735 1,807 1,501 2.53 3.05
Mendham Boro. 1,781 1,380 401 666 514 2.72 3.13
Mendham Twp. 1,788 1,539 249 853 382 3.01 3.27
Mine Hill 1,365 1,041 324 499 349 2.70 3.08
Montville 7,380 5,869 1,511 2,858 1,542 2.80 3.17
Morris Twp. 8,116 5,953 2,163 2,639 2,088 2.55 2.99
Morris Plains 1,955 1,478 477 679 547 2.63 3.05
Morristown 7,252 3,700 3,552 1,875 1,574 2.43 3.19
Mountain Lakes 1,330 1,187 143 724 266 3.20 3.41
Mount Arlington 1,918 1,263 655 576 374 2.42 2.99
Mount Olive 9,068 6,372 2,696 3,696 1,219 2.66 3.22
Netcong 1,008 681 327 328 283 2.56 3.10
Parsippany 19,624 13,160 6,464 6,184 4,141 2.53 3.13
Pequannock 5,026 3,828 1,198 1,849 1,414 2.76 3.23
Randolph 8,679 6,806 1,873 3,929 1,341 2.86 3.28
Riverdale 919 672 247 313 228 2.68 3.14
Rockaway Boro. 2,445 1,709 736 881 585 2.64 3.16
Rockaway Twp. 8,108 6,381 1,727 3,392 1,586 2.82 3.21
Roxbury 8,364 6,534 1,830 3,524 1,711 2.84 3.25
Victory Gardens 564 382 182 251 65 2.74 3.21
Washington 5,755 4,874 881 2,780 960 3.02 3.31
Wharton 2,328 1,599 729 871 558 2.70 3.28
Morris County 169,711 124,907 44,804 63,242 37,765 2.72 3.18

SOURCE: U.S. Census Bureau, Census 2000


NOTE: The total population counts for twenty-six municipalities were revised by the Census Bureau after the initial release of the
Census figures; however, these revisions were not included in other enumerated data (including this table). See notes and
corrections: "Unofficial Post-CQR Census 2000 Population and Housing Units."
Household Growth, 1970 - 2000
Total Households Family Households
Municipality
1970 1980 1990 2000 1970 1980 1990 2000
Boonton 2,899 3,035 3,121 3,272 2,392 2,204 2,127 2,159
Boonton Twp. 889 1,040 1,241 1,476 793 882 1,006 1,157
Butler 2,064 2,567 2,665 2,868 1,762 2,000 2,021 2,025
Chatham Boro. 3,057 3,163 3,095 3,159 2,584 2,421 2,285 2,384
Chatham Twp. 2,517 2,985 3,571 3,920 2,270 2,501 2,685 2,772
Chester Boro. 393 469 451 609 332 362 326 427
Chester Twp. 1,143 1,507 1,907 2,323 1,020 1,337 1,660 2,013
Denville 3,967 4,571 4,876 5,990 3,556 3,852 3,829 4,315
Dover 4,818 4,901 5,153 5,436 3,842 3,727 3,590 3,918
East Hanover 1,990 2,576 3,038 3,843 1,871 2,380 2,685 3,214
Florham Park 2,023 2,357 2,902 3,239 1,907 2,110 2,420 2,474
Hanover 2,910 3,553 3,790 4,745 2,689 3,183 3,198 3,619
Harding 977 1,102 1,366 1,180 868 927 1,077 941
Jefferson 4,147 5,364 6,330 7,131 3,668 4,400 4,897 5,446
Kinnelon 1,962 2,285 2,776 3,062 1,864 2,084 2,458 2,685
Lincoln Park 2,494 2,610 3,868 4,026 2,249 2,144 2,838 2,707
Long Hill 2,057 2,326 2,743 3,139 1,878 2,001 2,228 2,458
Madison 4,791 4,878 5,400 5,520 4,102 3,778 3,808 3,785
Mendham Boro. 966 1,460 1,687 1,781 873 1,235 1,325 1,380
Mendham Twp. 1,011 1,408 1,591 1,788 924 1,237 1,343 1,539
Mine Hill 1,012 1,094 1,210 1,365 904 922 968 1,041
Montville 3,042 4,016 4,889 7,380 2,862 3,657 4,261 5,869
Morris Twp. 4,987 5,968 7,097 8,116 4,465 4,909 5,399 5,953
Morris Plains 1,567 1,710 1,921 1,955 1,402 1,448 1,475 1,478
Morristown 6,426 6,534 6,712 7,252 4,463 3,819 3,492 3,700
Mountain Lakes 1,168 1,180 1,239 1,330 1,098 1,085 1,112 1,187
Mount Arlington 1,042 1,395 1,291 1,918 932 1,105 970 1,263
Mount Olive 2,737 6,369 7,972 9,068 2,526 4,866 5,611 6,372
Netcong 846 1,297 1,293 1,008 735 986 927 681
Parsippany 16,135 17,374 18,369 19,624 14,054 12,798 12,682 13,160
Pequannock 3,769 4,139 4,281 5,026 3,509 3,661 3,549 3,828
Randolph 3,882 5,946 6,928 8,679 3,477 4,672 5,431 6,806
Riverdale 801 842 855 919 716 695 653 672
Rockaway Boro. 1,890 2,323 2,289 2,445 1,605 1,807 1,684 1,709
Rockaway Twp. 5,111 6,251 6,908 8,108 4,687 5,404 5,501 6,381
Roxbury 4,321 5,575 6,497 8,364 3,907 4,960 5,589 6,534
Victory Gardens 281 398 477 564 253 276 346 382
Washington 2,013 3,341 4,908 5,755 1,695 2,889 4,185 4,874
Wharton 1,718 1,911 2,044 2,328 1,436 1,462 1,433 1,599
Morris County 109,823 131,820 148,751 169,711 96,170 106,186 113,074 124,907
*Red numbers indicate household decline over previous 10 year period.
Example: Mount Arlington lost 104 households between 1980 and 1990.
SOURCE: U.S. Census Bureau, 1970 - 2000 Census
NOTE: The total population counts for twenty-six municipalities were revised by the Census Bureau
after the initial release of the Census figures; however, these revisions were not included in other
enumerated data (including this table). See notes and corrections: "Unofficial Post-CQR Census
2000 Population and Housing Units."
Births, 1995 - 2005
Municipality 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005
Boonton 155 137 143 125 132 133 148 127 134 112 113
Boonton Twp. 48 47 55 48 40 49 45 45 53 47 35
Butler 105 90 107 99 117 79 114 114 128 95 98
Chatham Boro. 169 156 165 209 176 180 188 190 192 195 176
Chatham Twp. 128 146 134 154 135 126 130 134 131 117 107
Chester Boro. 26 34 47 26 24 28 33 29 23 26 16
Chester Twp. 63 45 50 70 64 76 84 61 85 74 66
Denville 205 173 211 235 246 213 215 236 188 192 200
Dover 285 277 299 292 333 311 329 326 328 322 309
East Hanover 130 136 152 165 120 143 108 128 113 99 96
Florham Park 109 101 78 120 99 99 103 125 125 105 100
Hanover 124 153 170 151 171 176 138 146 119 147 135
Harding 43 29 34 37 35 45 36 14 34 41 17
Jefferson 198 181 171 294 268 309 244 252 299 261 275
Kinnelon 100 116 87 95 105 105 96 72 109 97 103
Lincoln Park 158 178 162 141 148 132 150 128 145 133 127
Long Hill 131 136 131 122 120 135 118 118 106 98 83
Madison 204 211 203 215 187 214 223 224 226 210 199
Mendham Boro. 57 39 68 57 57 67 56 58 55 51 56
Mendham Twp. 36 36 43 67 65 60 55 75 65 47 38
Mine Hill 44 47 59 55 72 58 49 58 54 49 52
Montville 270 269 229 269 288 276 281 260 268 250 232
Morris Twp. 275 283 295 299 304 280 338 299 311 317 256
Morris Plains 103 94 95 72 87 99 90 88 97 78 97
Morristown 291 309 295 278 286 296 299 253 266 278 267
Mountain Lakes 40 45 32 53 39 42 35 35 44 31 22
Mount Arlington 65 52 71 61 67 60 78 61 73 50 57
Mount Olive 287 315 273 375 400 456 385 396 359 394 374
Netcong 43 44 41 47 33 42 36 38 38 39 29
Parsippany 663 651 616 647 668 615 632 575 647 671 661
Pequannock 173 176 202 172 165 150 183 139 145 142 133
Randolph 292 337 296 322 325 349 388 369 353 378 309
Riverdale 33 27 32 38 30 25 29 34 49 35 43
Rockaway Boro. 81 98 106 96 81 85 92 100 81 80 88
Rockaway Twp. 322 328 326 364 337 357 305 299 308 284 269
Roxbury 333 390 390 301 291 253 341 282 323 288 259
Victory Gardens 21 20 12 15 24 20 24 22 21 26 25
Washington 189 191 182 198 199 213 220 210 202 187 174
Wharton 99 88 84 90 88 82 99 100 102 92 92
Morris County 6,098 6,185 6,146 6,474 6,426 6,438 6,517 6,220 6,399 6,138 5,788

SOURCE: New Jersey Department of Health and Senior Services


Table updated as of September 29, 2009
Residence in 1995 - Persons 5 Years of Age & Over, 2000
Different House in 1995
Same House in 1995
In United States in 1995 In Puerto Rico
Elsewhere in 1995
Different County in 1995
Different State
Same Same Different Different In United U.S. Foreign
house in house in house in house in States in Same Different Same Different Elsewhere Island country
Municipality Total 1995 1995 % 1995 1995 % 1995 County county state state Northeast Midwest South West in 1995 Areas or at sea
Boonton 7,873 4,262 54.1% 3,611 45.9% 3,303 1,931 1,372 804 568 278 51 184 55 0 308 0 308
Boonton Twp. 4,050 2,584 63.8% 1,466 36.2% 1,391 715 676 494 182 97 0 67 18 0 75 0 75
Butler 6,968 4,500 64.6% 2,468 35.4% 2,379 817 1,562 1,218 344 148 46 96 54 0 89 0 89
Chatham Boro. 7,605 4,569 60.1% 3,036 39.9% 2,636 930 1,706 865 841 474 120 175 72 0 400 0 400
Chatham Twp. 9,333 5,708 61.2% 3,625 38.8% 3,249 1,116 2,133 1,340 793 528 65 143 57 0 376 0 376
Chester Boro. 1,512 929 61.4% 583 38.6% 526 240 286 154 132 69 24 32 7 0 57 0 57
Chester Twp. 6,765 4,106 60.7% 2,659 39.3% 2,443 942 1,501 767 734 346 115 193 80 0 216 0 216
Denville 14,681 9,478 64.6% 5,203 35.4% 4,967 2,523 2,444 1,311 1,133 728 97 229 79 6 230 0 230
Dover 16,973 8,701 51.3% 8,272 48.7% 5,519 4,274 1,245 687 558 158 16 266 118 113 2,640 0 2,640
East Hanover 10,691 7,780 72.8% 2,911 27.2% 2,771 796 1,975 1,615 360 243 24 72 21 7 133 7 126
Florham Park 8,317 5,870 70.6% 2,447 29.4% 2,278 1,033 1,245 827 418 266 19 95 38 6 163 0 163
Hanover 12,082 8,726 72.2% 3,356 27.8% 3,153 1,602 1,551 1,204 347 155 67 79 46 17 186 0 186
Harding 2,976 1,935 65.0% 1,041 35.0% 1,000 604 396 267 129 89 20 10 10 0 41 0 41
Jefferson 18,254 11,761 64.4% 6,493 35.6% 6,389 2,694 3,695 2,589 1,106 655 52 277 122 0 104 0 104
Kinnelon 8,603 5,994 69.7% 2,609 30.3% 2,429 973 1,456 1,036 420 185 133 84 18 0 180 0 180
Lincoln Park 10,318 6,504 63.0% 3,814 37.0% 3,646 1,239 2,407 1,836 571 377 51 82 61 0 168 0 168
Long Hill 8,098 5,080 62.7% 3,018 37.3% 2,830 658 2,172 1,671 501 262 18 142 79 0 188 0 188
Madison 15,575 8,595 55.2% 6,980 44.8% 6,250 2,207 4,043 1,957 2,086 1,249 205 444 188 0 730 0 730
Mendham Boro. 4,748 2,754 58.0% 1,994 42.0% 1,886 777 1,109 753 356 175 84 43 54 0 108 0 108
Mendham Twp. 4,994 3,078 61.6% 1,916 38.4% 1,864 801 1,063 443 620 224 77 202 117 0 52 0 52
Mine Hill 3,378 2,098 62.1% 1,280 37.9% 1,171 734 437 322 115 53 0 62 0 0 109 0 109
Montville 19,407 11,430 58.9% 7,977 41.1% 7,420 3,514 3,906 2,839 1,067 530 51 333 153 21 536 0 536
Morris Twp. 20,277 12,683 62.5% 7,594 37.5% 6,899 3,294 3,605 1,927 1,678 947 295 302 134 6 689 0 689
Morris Plains 4,837 3,384 70.0% 1,453 30.0% 1,407 751 656 379 277 165 20 70 22 0 46 0 46
Morristown 17,517 7,962 45.5% 9,555 54.5% 7,374 4,010 3,364 1,752 1,612 708 222 435 247 0 2,181 0 2,181
Mountain Lakes 3,947 2,736 69.3% 1,211 30.7% 1,162 529 633 343 290 167 38 56 29 0 49 0 49
Mount Arlington 4,339 2,422 55.8% 1,917 44.2% 1,879 876 1,003 634 369 161 84 105 19 0 38 0 38
Mount Olive 22,082 11,677 52.9% 10,405 47.1% 9,551 3,900 5,651 3,439 2,212 1,042 451 561 158 0 854 0 854
Netcong 2,439 1,659 68.0% 780 32.0% 734 452 282 206 76 41 4 13 18 0 46 0 46
Parsippany 47,771 28,150 58.9% 19,621 41.1% 16,851 8,127 8,724 5,626 3,098 1,816 330 594 358 100 2,670 0 2,670
Pequannock 12,966 9,330 72.0% 3,636 28.0% 3,597 1,577 2,020 1,542 478 347 68 63 0 11 28 0 28
Randolph 22,966 13,251 57.7% 9,715 42.3% 8,181 3,295 4,886 2,366 2,520 1,166 424 623 307 11 1,523 0 1,523
Riverdale 2,367 1,580 66.8% 787 33.2% 736 205 531 492 39 26 5 8 0 0 51 0 51
Rockaway Boro. 6,035 3,831 63.5% 2,204 36.5% 2,064 1,397 667 447 220 164 19 16 21 4 136 0 136
Rockaway Twp. 21,195 13,720 64.7% 7,475 35.3% 7,048 3,773 3,275 2,246 1,029 467 137 312 113 0 427 0 427
Roxbury 22,185 14,084 63.5% 8,101 36.5% 7,747 3,853 3,894 2,678 1,216 680 113 348 75 3 351 0 351
Victory Gardens 1,427 584 40.9% 843 59.1% 690 507 183 68 115 70 0 22 23 28 125 0 125
Washington 16,369 10,733 65.6% 5,636 34.4% 5,438 2,246 3,192 2,032 1,160 361 264 365 170 18 180 0 180
Wharton 5,826 3,207 55.0% 2,619 45.0% 2,466 1,741 725 508 217 153 27 37 0 0 153 37 116
Morris County 437,746 267,435 61.1% 170,311 38.9% 153,324 71,653 81,671 51,684 29,987 15,770 3,836 7,240 3,141 351 16,636 44 16,592

SOURCE: U.S. Census Bureau, Census 2000


NOTE: The total population counts for twenty-six municipalities were revised by the Census Bureau after the initial release of the Census
figures; however, these revisions were not included in other enumerated data (including this table). See notes and corrections: "Unofficial
Post-CQR Census 2000 Population and Housing Units."
New Housing Units Authorized by Building Permit, 1997 - 2008
Municipality 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008
Boonton 13 10 10 4 5 10 8 40 19 9 7 7
Boonton Twp. 80 10 101 13 11 9 5 9 11 19 51 4
Butler 5 10 10 190 71 4 3 41 10 59 38 7
Chatham Boro. 35 12 4 12 3 3 6 16 9 8 7 13
Chatham Twp. 15 11 12 9 11 8 31 20 40 55 27 26
Chester Boro. 1 8 6 6 3 0 1 1 1 3 20 1
Chester Twp. 49 67 76 83 78 43 28 30 19 9 11 3
Denville 127 126 104 37 86 31 100 149 64 53 32 9
Dover 12 17 13 15 18 97 15 11 10 1 5 9
East Hanover 12 4 43 32 9 7 20 27 20 19 7 2
Florham Park 3 10 138 653 4 13 8 23 33 23 27 8
Hanover 20 58 226 12 73 214 2 26 32 61 38 6
Harding 18 18 9 12 6 12 10 18 34 8 9 10
Jefferson 112 94 85 42 124 273 184 120 104 30 40 20
Kinnelon 31 52 51 30 24 15 16 42 27 23 9 5
Lincoln Park 27 11 21 65 8 8 4 8 0 6 3 0
Long Hill 12 19 14 15 21 7 5 13 6 2 9 2
Madison 14 19 12 4 11 9 96 14 33 32 31 15
Mendham Boro. 6 9 12 9 5 0 11 6 3 1 3 2
Mendham Twp. 42 48 45 40 16 14 0 0 1 13 4 0
Mine Hill 0 2 5 7 5 2 2 3 2 0 2 0
Montville 209 70 65 82 54 63 34 34 51 36 17 16
Morris Twp. 30 24 15 20 15 9 19 7 9 14 20 3
Morris Plains 3 6 3 10 3 92 5 1 2 6 0 0
Morristown 136 11 19 149 29 20 105 13 5 287 279 0
Mountain Lakes 14 9 10 13 8 10 3 9 7 4 6 0
Mount Arlington 44 18 5 168 108 51 48 204 185 35 6 5
Mount Olive 109 214 137 155 261 219 78 109 117 114 24 10
Netcong 0 0 2 1 39 1 1 3 3 2 0 2
Parsippany 61 422 194 302 318 730 504 52 73 107 19 25
Pequannock 7 14 10 8 278 142 253 166 105 139 5 3
Randolph 140 147 348 186 101 51 27 21 35 10 6 4
Riverdale 8 46 40 25 16 28 2 6 312 91 4 80
Rockaway Boro. 4 5 8 5 3 3 0 5 8 2 5 1
Rockaway Twp. 42 161 128 420 248 328 67 131 84 18 93 53
Roxbury 94 92 116 153 59 31 7 20 168 18 25 15
Victory Gardens 33 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Washington 71 65 132 113 49 43 58 74 48 25 16 14
Wharton 30 16 0 63 4 5 6 5 1 5 3 2
Morris County 1,669 1,935 2,229 3,163 2,185 2,605 1,772 1,477 1,691 1,347 908 382
SOURCE: N.J. Department of Community Affairs, 2009
Table updated as of September 29, 2009
New Housing Units Authorized by Building Permits, 1997 - 2008
Morris County

3,500

3,163

3,000

2,605

2,500

2,229
2,185
2,000
1,935
1,772 1,691
1,669
1,500
1,477
1,347

1,000
908

500
382

0
1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008
SOURCE: N.J. Department of Community Affairs, 2009
Chart updated as of September 22, 2009
New Housing Units Authorized by Building Permit, 2008
Residential
One & Two Multi-Family Mixed Use New
Municipality Total Units
Family Units Units Units Construction
Value
Boonton 7 7 0 0 $1,302,250
Boonton Twp. 4 4 0 0 $2,117,333
Butler 7 7 0 0 $1,667,650
Chatham Boro. 13 13 0 0 $3,121,900
Chatham Twp. 26 18 8 0 $11,621,985
Chester Boro. 1 1 0 0 $577,790
Chester Twp. 3 3 0 0 $1,290,554
Denville 9 9 0 0 $3,446,735
Dover 9 9 0 0 $1,061,555
East Hanover 2 2 0 0 $376,450
Florham Park 8 8 0 0 $3,278,400
Hanover 6 6 0 0 $2,542,991
Harding 10 10 0 0 $14,434,709
Jefferson 20 20 0 0 $3,122,053
Kinnelon 5 5 0 0 $1,955,700
Lincoln Park 0 0 0 0 $1,336,451
Long Hill 2 2 0 0 $1,110,601
Madison 15 15 0 0 $8,493,600
Mendham Boro. 2 2 0 0 $1,385,003
Mendham Twp. 0 0 0 0 $44,300
Mine Hill 0 0 0 0 $0
Montville 16 16 0 0 $6,495,101
Morris Twp. 3 3 0 0 $5,343,325
Morris Plains 0 0 0 0 $0
Morristown 0 0 0 0 $4,009,845
Mountain Lakes 0 0 0 0 $0
Mount Arlington 5 5 0 0 $1,001,200
Mount Olive 10 10 0 0 $2,507,360
Netcong 2 2 0 0 $35,350
Parsippany 25 25 0 0 $4,577,477
Pequannock 3 3 0 0 $1,585,060
Randolph 4 4 0 0 $1,088,901
Riverdale 80 0 80 0 $5,846,610
Rockaway Boro. 1 1 0 0 $150,400
Rockaway Twp. 53 8 45 0 $6,182,997
Roxbury 15 15 0 0 $1,478,750
Victory Gardens 0 0 0 0 $0
Washington 14 14 0 0 $4,218,075
Wharton 2 2 0 0 $428,200
Morris County 382 249 133 0 $109,236,661
SOURCE: N.J. Department of Community Affairs, 2009
Table updated as of September 29, 2009
One and Two Family Building Permits, 2008
(new construction)

Number of Permits
0
1-9
10 - 19
Jefferson Butler
20 - 25 Kinnelon
Riverdale

Pequannock
Rockaway
Township

Boonton
Township
Montville Lincoln Park
Boonton
Mount Arlington Town
Netcong Rockaway
Wharton
Borough
Denville Mountain Lakes
Dover
Roxbury Mine Hill
Victory Gardens
Mount Olive Parsippany-Troy Hills

Randolph
Morris Plains

Hanover East Hanover

Mendham
Township Morristown
Washington Chester
Borough
Morris Township Florham Park
Mendham
Borough
Chester Madison
Township
Harding Chatham
Borough
Chatham
Township

Long Hill

0 5Miles
SOURCE: N.J. Department of Community Affairs, 2009
Map updated as of September 29, 2009
Multi-Family Building Permits, 2008
(new construction)

Number of Permits
0
1-9
10 - 49
Jefferson Butler
50 - 80 Kinnelon
Riverdale

Pequannock
Rockaway
Township

Boonton
Township
Montville Lincoln Park
Boonton
Mount Arlington Town
Netcong Rockaway
Wharton
Borough
Denville Mountain Lakes
Dover
Roxbury Mine Hill
Victory Gardens
Mount Olive Parsippany-Troy Hills

Randolph
Morris Plains

Hanover East Hanover

Mendham
Township Morristown
Washington Chester
Borough
Morris Township Florham Park
Mendham
Borough
Chester Madison
Township
Harding Chatham
Borough
Chatham
Township

Long Hill

0 5Miles
SOURCE: N.J. Department of Community Affairs, 2009
Map updated as of September 29, 2009
Housing Unit Density, 2000*
Land Area Housing Acres per Housing Units
Municipality
(Acres) Units 2000 Housing Unit per Acre
Boonton 1,504 3,352 0.45 2.23
Boonton Twp. 5,389 1,510 3.57 0.28
Butler 1,331 2,923 0.46 2.20
Chatham Boro. 1,542 3,232 0.48 2.10
Chatham Twp. 5,971 4,019 1.49 0.67
Chester Boro. 986 627 1.57 0.64
Chester Twp. 18,771 2,377 7.90 0.13
Denville 7,750 6,178 1.25 0.80
Dover 1,715 5,568 0.31 3.25
East Hanover 5,222 3,895 1.34 0.75
Florham Park 4,755 3,342 1.42 0.70
Hanover 6,822 4,818 1.42 0.71
Harding 13,082 1,243 10.52 0.10
Jefferson 26,003 7,527 3.45 0.29
Kinnelon 11,450 3,123 3.67 0.27
Lincoln Park 4,307 4,110 1.05 0.95
Long Hill 7,731 3,206 2.41 0.41
Madison 2,688 5,641 0.48 2.10
Mendham Boro. 3,853 1,828 2.11 0.47
Mendham Twp. 11,430 1,849 6.18 0.16
Mine Hill 1,914 1,388 1.38 0.73
Montville 12,077 7,541 1.60 0.62
Morris Twp. 10,086 8,298 1.22 0.82
Morris Plains 1,658 1,994 0.83 1.20
Morristown 1,882 7,615 0.25 4.05
Mountain Lakes 1,709 1,357 1.26 0.79
Mount Arlington 1,350 2,039 0.66 1.51
Mount Olive 19,424 9,311 2.09 0.48
Netcong 538 1,422 0.38 2.65
Parsippany 15,322 20,066 0.76 1.31
Pequannock 4,525 5,097 0.89 1.13
Randolph 13,414 8,903 1.51 0.66
Riverdale 1,318 940 1.40 0.71
Rockaway Boro. 1,338 2,491 0.54 1.86
Rockaway Twp. 27,405 8,506 3.22 0.31
Roxbury 13,677 8,171 1.67 0.60
Victory Gardens 96 588 0.16 6.13
Washington 28,710 5,890 4.87 0.21
Wharton 1,402 2,394 0.59 1.71
Morris County 300,154 174,379 1.72 0.58

SOURCE: U.S. Census Bureau, Census 2000


* NOTE: The housing unit count for Florham Park, Madison, Morris Twp., Netcong, and Roxbury
were revised by the Census Bureau after the initial release of the Census figures. This table
includes the revised figures. See notes and corrections.
Housing Unit Growth by County, 1970 - 2008*
1970 - 2008 Change
County 1970 1980 1990 2000 2008
Numeric Percent
Atlantic 73,848 89,342 106,877 114,090 127,265 53,417 72.3%
Bergen 283,311 306,774 324,817 339,820 351,537 68,226 24.1%
Burlington 88,175 121,231 143,236 161,311 175,460 87,285 99.0%
Camden 143,266 173,653 190,145 199,208 206,480 63,214 44.1%
Cape May 53,152 72,107 85,537 91,047 102,795 49,643 93.4%
Cumberland 40,005 47,345 50,294 52,862 55,827 15,822 39.6%
Essex 312,479 317,329 298,621 301,013 312,203 -276 -0.1%
Gloucester 51,708 69,113 82,459 95,526 107,381 55,673 107.7%
Hudson 214,338 221,276 229,682 240,618 257,150 42,812 20.0%
Hunterdon 22,267 30,029 39,997 45,032 48,974 26,707 119.9%
Mercer 96,430 111,610 123,666 133,280 140,828 44,398 46.0%
Middlesex 171,711 203,418 250,182 273,641 288,590 116,879 68.1%
Monmouth 150,469 185,770 218,400 240,881 256,733 106,264 70.6%
Morris 116,032 137,992 155,748 174,379 185,302 69,270 59.7%
Ocean 110,311 173,532 219,863 248,711 274,808 164,497 149.1%
Passaic 152,767 159,585 162,601 170,047 172,281 19,514 12.8%
Salem 19,598 24,165 25,349 26,159 27,602 8,004 40.8%
Somerset 58,310 69,774 92,640 112,024 122,125 63,815 109.4%
Sussex 31,218 43,869 51,574 56,527 60,778 29,560 94.7%
Union 174,330 182,835 187,033 192,945 197,557 23,227 13.3%
Warren 24,964 31,499 36,589 41,158 45,617 20,653 82.7%
New Jersey 2,388,689 2,772,248 3,075,310 3,310,279 3,517,293 1,128,604 47.2%
*Red numbers indicate a population decline over previous period.
* Official 1970 Census Housing Units for New Jersey: 2,388,011
SOURCE: U.S. Census Bureau, 1970 through 2000 Census and 2008 Population Estimates Program
* NOTE: Housing unit counts for 1970 through 2000 were revised by the Census Bureau after the initial release of
the Census figures. This table includes the revised figures. See notes and corrections: "Unofficial Post-CQR
Census 2000 Population and Housing Units."
Table updated as of September 29, 2009
Projected Growth in Housing Units, 2004 - 2025
Existing
Housing Units Percent
Municipality Housing Units Growth
by 2025 Growth
2004
Boonton 3,368 3,544 176 5.2%
Boonton Twp. 1,720 1,880 160 9.3%
Butler 3,192 3,339 147 4.6%
Chatham Boro. 3,232 3,247 15 0.5%
Chatham Twp. 4,055 4,169 114 2.8%
Chester Boro. 627 672 45 7.2%
Chester Twp. 2,581 2,918 337 13.1%
Denville 6,375 6,855 480 7.5%
Dover 5,700 6,080 380 6.7%
East Hanover 3,933 4,059 126 3.2%
Florham Park 4,120 4,495 375 9.1%
Hanover 5,024 5,363 339 6.7%
Harding 1,488 1,727 239 16.1%
Jefferson 8,152 8,392 240 2.9%
Kinnelon 3,522 3,602 80 2.3%
Lincoln Park 4,124 4,224 100 2.4%
Long Hill 3,255 3,500 245 7.5%
Madison 6,100 6,175 75 1.2%
Mendham Boro. 1,828 1,918 90 4.9%
Mendham Twp. 1,966 2,103 137 7.0%
Mine Hill 1,392 1,575 183 13.1%
Montville 8,035 8,585 550 6.8%
Morris Twp. 9,163 9,523 360 3.9%
Morris Plains 2,022 2,051 29 1.4%
Morristown 7,615 8,415 800 10.5%
Mountain Lakes 1,370 1,430 60 4.4%
Mount Arlington 2,098 2,458 360 17.2%
Mount Olive 10,824 10,920 96 0.9%
Netcong 1,423 1,773 350 24.6%
Parsippany 20,421 20,924 503 2.5%
Pequannock 5,667 6,801 1,134 20.0%
Randolph 9,300 10,075 775 8.3%
Riverdale 1,068 1,728 660 61.8%
Rockaway Boro. 2,507 2,524 17 0.7%
Rockaway Twp. 9,164 11,569 2,405 26.2%
Roxbury 8,486 9,225 739 8.7%
Victory Gardens 588 588 0 0.0%
Washington 5,894 6,536 642 10.9%
Wharton 2,463 2,614 151 6.1%
Morris County 183,862 197,576 13,714 7.5%
SOURCE: Morris County Department of Planning, Development & Technology,
Morris County Final Cross-Acceptance Report, March 2005
Units in Residential Structures, 2000
Total
Housing 1-unit, 1-unit, 3 or 4 5 to 9 10 to 19 20 or More Mobile Boat, RV,
Municipality Units detached attached 2 Units Units Units Units Units Home Van, etc.
Boonton 3,352 1,877 155 684 275 213 54 94 0 0
Boonton Twp. 1,510 1,341 147 11 3 8 0 0 0 0
Butler 2,923 1,946 39 364 189 75 119 185 6 0
Chatham Boro. 3,232 2,587 46 124 228 46 59 137 5 0
Chatham Twp. 4,019 2,683 180 24 130 578 206 218 0 0
Chester Boro. 627 437 25 19 44 8 0 43 51 0
Chester Twp. 2,377 2,337 0 31 9 0 0 0 0 0
Denville 6,178 4,940 365 91 105 92 139 446 0 0
Dover 5,568 2,751 583 946 463 241 158 419 7 0
East Hanover 3,895 3,251 253 48 120 98 106 8 11 0
Florham Park 3,342 2,353 520 33 78 68 176 101 13 0
Hanover 4,818 3,844 443 83 63 170 166 49 0 0
Harding 1,243 1,082 155 0 0 0 0 0 6 0
Jefferson 7,527 6,668 286 119 107 166 32 0 149 0
Kinnelon 3,123 3,083 25 15 0 0 0 0 0 0
Lincoln Park 4,110 2,094 731 191 95 150 226 614 9 0
Long Hill 3,206 2,546 246 135 141 31 29 57 21 0
Madison 5,641 3,485 402 577 358 274 179 359 7 0
Mendham Boro. 1,828 1,358 298 58 47 40 14 13 0 0
Mendham Twp. 1,849 1,792 22 0 8 21 6 0 0 0
Mine Hill 1,388 1,151 166 43 11 17 0 0 0 0
Montville 7,541 5,066 1,194 114 178 203 364 416 6 0
Morris Twp. 8,298 5,962 905 297 160 243 493 232 0 6
Morris Plains 1,994 1,721 35 34 36 118 50 0 0 0
Morristown 7,615 2,115 662 872 938 514 537 1,968 0 9
Mountain Lakes 1,357 1,232 109 8 0 0 0 0 0 8
Mount Arlington 2,039 1,148 305 39 67 170 263 22 25 0
Mount Olive 9,311 5,248 179 206 537 547 2,176 418 0 0
Netcong 1,043 641 75 182 64 21 55 5 0 0
Parsippany 20,066 11,296 976 478 533 862 2,348 3,549 15 9
Pequannock 5,097 4,019 364 119 82 181 160 164 0 8
Randolph 8,903 6,408 313 164 323 173 634 858 30 0
Riverdale 940 713 36 89 36 4 8 54 0 0
Rockaway Boro. 2,491 1,722 70 205 136 118 151 73 16 0
Rockaway Twp. 8,506 6,835 503 113 302 215 212 241 85 0
Roxbury 8,550 6,682 384 281 144 556 337 166 0 0
Victory Gardens 588 148 163 66 21 44 108 36 2 0
Washington 5,890 5,087 291 48 186 40 153 43 42 0
Wharton 2,394 1,236 301 404 136 71 73 152 21 0
Morris County 174,379 120,885 11,952 7,315 6,353 6,376 9,791 11,140 527 40
SOURCE: U.S. Census Bureau, Census 2000
NOTE: The total housing unit counts for Florham Park, Madison, Morris Twp., Netcong, and Roxbury were revised by the Census
Bureau after the initial release of the Census figures; however, these revisions were not included in other enumerated data (including
this table). See notes and corrections.
Owner-Occupied vs. Renter-Occupied Housing
Units, 1990 and 2000
1990 2000
Municipality
Owner-Occ. Renter-Occ. Owner-Occ. Renter-Occ.
Boonton 1,845 1,276 1,963 1,309
Boonton Twp. 1,132 109 1,370 106
Butler 1,841 824 1,905 963
Chatham Boro. 2,405 690 2,511 648
Chatham Twp. 2,891 680 3,271 649
Chester Boro. 366 85 474 135
Chester Twp. 1,722 185 2,159 164
Denville 4,193 683 5,144 846
Dover 2,782 2,371 2,875 2,561
East Hanover 2,816 222 3,613 230
Florham Park 2,665 237 2,803 436
Hanover 3,426 364 4,364 381
Harding 1,189 177 1,092 88
Jefferson 5,430 900 6,311 820
Kinnelon 2,661 115 2,972 90
Lincoln Park 2,897 971 3,061 965
Long Hill 2,304 439 2,687 452
Madison 3,570 1,830 3,698 1,822
Mendham Boro. 1,421 266 1,529 252
Mendham Twp. 1,479 112 1,710 78
Mine Hill 1,063 147 1,228 137
Montville 4,473 416 6,336 1,044
Morris Twp. 5,639 1,458 6,888 1,228
Morris Plains 1,713 208 1,791 164
Morristown 2,524 4,188 2,865 4,387
Mountain Lakes 1,162 77 1,281 49
Mount Arlington 885 406 1,536 382
Mount Olive 4,187 3,785 5,078 3,990
Netcong 657 636 646 362
Parsippany 10,665 7,704 11,867 7,757
Pequannock 3,782 499 4,497 529
Randolph 4,923 2,005 6,446 2,233
Riverdale 671 184 755 164
Rockaway Boro. 1,556 733 1,679 766
Rockaway Twp. 5,696 1,212 6,849 1,259
Roxbury 5,744 753 7,033 1,331
Victory Gardens 187 290 231 333
Washington 4,251 657 5,067 688
Wharton 1,276 768 1,454 874
Morris County 110,089 38,662 129,039 40,672

SOURCE: U.S. Census Bureau, 1990 and 2000 Census

NOTE: The total housing unit counts for Florham Park, Madison, Morris Twp., Netcong, and Roxbury
were revised by the Census Bureau after the initial release of the Census figures; however, these
revisions were not included in other enumerated data (including this table). See notes and corrections.
Median Value for Specified Owner-Occupied Single-
Family Housing Units, 1990 and 2000
Median Value
Municipality
1990 2000 % Change
Boonton $189,800 $212,000 11.7%
Boonton Twp. $266,600 $322,600 21.0%
Butler $182,100 $187,500 3.0%
Chatham Boro. $254,300 $376,900 48.2%
Chatham Twp. $338,600 $449,000 32.6%
Chester Boro. $229,000 $313,600 36.9%
Chester Twp. $335,700 $407,900 21.5%
Denville $189,700 $228,300 20.3%
Dover $155,300 $150,500 -3.1%
East Hanover $254,700 $322,800 26.7%
Florham Park $259,100 $322,400 24.4%
Hanover $234,900 $286,100 21.8%
Harding $500,001 $665,400 33.1%
Jefferson $161,200 $180,400 11.9%
Kinnelon $298,600 $354,000 18.6%
Lincoln Park $179,400 $194,300 8.3%
Long Hill $241,400 $297,000 23.0%
Madison $250,100 $362,400 44.9%
Mendham Boro. $292,500 $397,000 35.7%
Mendham Twp. $438,300 $556,200 26.9%
Mine Hill $159,400 $161,900 1.6%
Montville $280,800 $346,600 23.4%
Morris Twp. $297,900 $350,400 17.6%
Morris Plains $233,700 $282,500 20.9%
Morristown $205,800 $224,400 9.0%
Mountain Lakes $364,300 $488,900 34.2%
Mount Arlington $164,300 $183,700 11.8%
Mount Olive $173,300 $197,800 14.1%
Netcong $148,200 $147,400 -0.5%
Parsippany $207,100 $234,100 13.0%
Pequannock $204,800 $246,100 20.2%
Randolph $255,800 $329,800 28.9%
Riverdale $178,200 $210,200 18.0%
Rockaway Boro. $169,200 $187,200 10.6%
Rockaway Twp. $181,400 $206,200 13.7%
Roxbury $188,600 $207,400 10.0%
Victory Gardens $118,200 $117,100 -0.9%
Washington $242,700 $279,300 15.1%
Wharton $161,500 $165,300 2.4%
Morris County $217,300 $257,400 18.5%
SOURCE: U.S. Census Bureau, 1990 and 2000 Census

NOTE: The total housing unit counts for Florham Park, Madison, Morris Twp., Netcong, and Roxbury were
revised by the Census Bureau after the initial release of the Census figures; however, these revisions were not
included in other enumerated data (including this table). See notes and corrections.
Median Contract Rent, 1990 and 2000
Median Contract Rent
Municipality
1990 2000 % Change
Boonton $633 $817 29.1%
Boonton Twp. $611 $980 60.4%
Butler $602 $739 22.8%
Chatham Boro. $815 $1,018 24.9%
Chatham Twp. $948 $1,238 30.6%
Chester Boro. $665 $741 11.4%
Chester Twp. $731 $1,176 60.9%
Denville $747 $1,049 40.4%
Dover $615 $782 27.2%
East Hanover $907 $1,255 38.4%
Florham Park $1,001 $731 -27.0%
Hanover $829 $1,004 21.1%
Harding $920 $1,080 17.4%
Jefferson $639 $754 18.0%
Kinnelon $781 $1,288 64.9%
Lincoln Park $729 $879 20.6%
Long Hill $759 $886 16.7%
Madison $739 $960 29.9%
Mendham Boro. $802 $1,092 36.2%
Mendham Twp. $792 $956 20.7%
Mine Hill $718 $1,045 45.5%
Montville $786 $1,049 33.5%
Morris Twp. $809 $929 14.8%
Morris Plains $878 $935 6.5%
Morristown $595 $862 44.9%
Mountain Lakes $1,001 $1,554 55.2%
Mount Arlington $631 $770 22.0%
Mount Olive $608 $763 25.5%
Netcong $586 $688 17.4%
Parsippany $651 $771 18.4%
Pequannock $613 $680 10.9%
Randolph $676 $848 25.4%
Riverdale $664 $872 31.3%
Rockaway Boro. $665 $804 20.9%
Rockaway Twp. $804 $876 9.0%
Roxbury $655 $704 7.5%
Victory Gardens $613 $722 17.8%
Washington $736 $899 22.1%
Wharton $663 $761 14.8%
Morris County $659 $813 23.4%
SOURCE: U.S. Census Bureau, 1990 and 2000 Census
NOTE: The total housing unit counts for Florham Park, Madison, Morris Twp., Netcong, and
Roxbury were revised by the Census Bureau after the initial release of the Census figures; however,
these revisions were not included in other enumerated data (including this table). See notes and
corrections.
Housing Units by Year Structure Built, 2000
Median 1999 to
Total 1995 to 1990 to 1980 to 1970 to 1960 to 1940 to 1939 or
Municipality Year March
Units 1998 1994 1989 1979 1969 1959 earlier
Built 2000
Boonton 3,352 1942 0 65 116 157 279 398 714 1,623
Boonton Twp. 1,510 1963 13 207 69 188 103 237 459 234
Butler 2,923 1953 12 27 116 110 452 455 779 972
Chatham Boro. 3,232 1947 3 36 6 115 198 306 1,398 1,170
Chatham Twp. 4,019 1966 27 69 322 758 578 611 1,215 439
Chester Boro. 627 1971 27 32 111 52 102 81 100 122
Chester Twp. 2,377 1972 92 194 146 497 344 384 376 344
Denville 6,178 1963 65 797 356 381 703 1,063 1,689 1,124
Dover 5,568 1953 43 128 105 463 537 831 1,645 1,816
East Hanover 3,895 1973 14 301 517 651 666 701 808 237
Florham Park 3,342 1966 98 104 115 772 417 467 1,129 240
Hanover 4,818 1964 94 442 532 393 621 558 1,811 367
Harding 1,243 1965 20 80 42 217 178 155 271 280
Jefferson 7,527 1964 152 599 253 868 1,032 1,503 2,487 633
Kinnelon 3,123 1965 59 120 114 486 454 685 987 218
Lincoln Park 4,110 1967 8 26 250 1,284 200 878 901 563
Long Hill 3,206 1963 18 233 139 494 348 570 869 535
Madison 5,641 1953 7 55 153 613 381 574 2,293 1,565
Mendham Boro. 1,828 1971 18 30 36 344 541 253 255 351
Mendham Twp. 1,849 1973 46 112 227 218 429 311 270 236
Mine Hill 1,388 1958 0 86 64 201 94 165 545 233
Montville 7,541 1979 64 1,134 1,318 1,142 1,014 1,356 800 713
Morris Twp. 8,298 1967 49 360 781 1,361 1,007 1,793 1,756 1,191
Morris Plains 1,994 1957 6 22 29 212 184 351 751 439
Morristown 7,615 1954 28 394 175 551 939 1,074 1,925 2,529
Mountain Lakes 1,357 1947 18 43 62 95 74 107 382 576
Mount Arlington 2,039 1971 42 356 251 132 262 417 365 214
Mount Olive 9,311 1973 239 516 413 1,329 3,178 1,892 961 783
Netcong 1,043 1947 0 30 18 62 77 162 295 399
Parsippany 20,066 1965 348 580 702 1,843 3,418 6,484 5,216 1,475
Pequannock 5,097 1960 39 159 498 255 570 1,034 1,948 594
Randolph 8,903 1976 457 613 826 1,650 2,260 1,300 1,366 431
Riverdale 940 1956 78 33 29 65 52 89 403 191
Rockaway Boro. 2,491 1955 20 57 108 111 402 298 715 780
Rockaway Twp. 8,506 1965 123 480 712 870 1,039 2,185 2,329 768
Roxbury 8,550 1971 186 746 689 1,023 1,767 1,574 1,768 797
Victory Gardens 588 1964 3 57 29 95 58 82 206 58
Washington 5,890 1978 104 399 499 1,613 1,488 711 494 582
Wharton 2,394 1956 8 209 51 262 238 271 547 808
Morris County 174,379 1965 2,628 9,931 10,979 21,933 26,684 32,366 43,228 26,630
SOURCE: U.S. Census Bureau, Census 2000
NOTE: The total housing unit counts for Florham Park, Madison, Morris Twp., Netcong,
and Roxbury were revised by the Census Bureau after the initial release of the Census
figures; however, these revisions were not included in other enumerated data (including
this table). See notes and corrections.
Per Capita Income, 1989 and 1999
Per Capita Income Per Capita Income Rank*
Municipality
1989 1999 % Change 1989 1999
Boonton $20,099 $29,919 48.9% 218 210
Boonton Twp. $25,037 $45,014 79.8% 114 65
Butler $18,806 $27,113 44.2% 270 272
Chatham Boro. $31,947 $53,027 66.0% 49 31
Chatham Twp. $38,773 $65,497 68.9% 24 11
Chester Boro. $22,040 $42,564 93.1% 168 80
Chester Twp. $35,467 $55,353 56.1% 31 26
Denville $25,054 $38,607 54.1% 113 104
Dover $15,344 $18,056 17.7% 426 517
East Hanover $22,336 $32,129 43.8% 158 173
Florham Park $28,561 $42,133 47.5% 73 82
Hanover $22,546 $37,661 67.0% 152 112
Harding $72,575 $72,689 0.2% 4 8
Jefferson $19,810 $27,950 41.1% 229 252
Kinnelon $34,881 $45,796 31.3% 32 60
Lincoln Park $21,189 $30,389 43.4% 193 198
Long Hill $27,557 $42,613 54.6% 81 79
Madison $28,597 $38,416 34.3% 72 106
Mendham Boro. $35,713 $48,629 36.2% 30 44
Mendham Twp. $47,118 $61,460 30.4% 10 17
Mine Hill $19,261 $27,119 40.8% 251 271
Montville $29,785 $43,341 45.5% 60 72
Morris Twp. $34,754 $54,782 57.6% 33 27
Morris Plains $27,926 $36,553 30.9% 77 126
Morristown $22,036 $30,086 36.5% 169 207
Mountain Lakes $51,919 $65,086 25.4% 8 13
Mount Arlington $19,175 $32,222 68.0% 254 168
Mount Olive $19,655 $28,691 46.0% 237 236
Netcong $16,335 $23,472 43.7% 378 387
Parsippany $22,137 $32,220 45.5% 165 169
Pequannock $20,888 $31,892 52.7% 202 177
Randolph $26,746 $43,072 61.0% 94 75
Riverdale $18,582 $31,187 67.8% 277 187
Rockaway Boro. $19,772 $26,500 34.0% 233 291
Rockaway Twp. $21,717 $33,184 52.8% 175 158
Roxbury $20,564 $30,174 46.7% 208 204
Victory Gardens $13,698 $20,616 50.5% 482 460
Washington $24,157 $37,489 55.2% 127 113
Wharton $18,588 $25,168 35.4% 276 329
Morris County $25,177 $36,964 46.8% - -
* Ranked from a total of 566 municipalities in New Jersey
SOURCE: U.S. Census Bureau, 1990 and 2000 Census
Median Household and Family Income and Percent of Individuals
and Families Below the Poverty Level in 1999
Median Household Median Family Poverty Rate Poverty Rate
Municipality
Income Income Individuals Families
Boonton $65,322 $75,147 6.7% 5.0%
Boonton Twp. $91,753 $102,944 1.3% 0.9%
Butler $57,455 $66,199 5.0% 2.5%
Chatham Boro. $101,991 $119,635 2.2% 1.7%
Chatham Twp. $106,208 $131,609 2.7% 1.9%
Chester Boro. $80,398 $106,260 5.2% 2.1%
Chester Twp. $117,298 $133,586 2.3% 2.4%
Denville $76,778 $90,651 2.8% 1.7%
Dover $53,423 $57,141 13.4% 8.2%
East Hanover $82,133 $88,348 1.7% 1.3%
Florham Park $88,706 $102,047 5.8% 2.4%
Hanover $84,115 $93,937 1.2% 0.7%
Harding $111,297 $128,719 1.1% 0.0%
Jefferson $68,837 $76,974 2.4% 1.0%
Kinnelon $105,991 $110,593 2.6% 2.3%
Lincoln Park $69,050 $77,307 2.8% 1.9%
Long Hill $84,532 $103,037 3.3% 2.3%
Madison $82,847 $101,798 3.4% 2.0%
Mendham Boro. $110,348 $129,812 4.1% 2.6%
Mendham Twp. $136,174 $146,254 1.8% 1.4%
Mine Hill $64,643 $67,467 5.6% 4.7%
Montville $94,557 $105,394 3.8% 2.6%
Morris Twp. $101,902 $116,866 3.8% 2.1%
Morris Plains $84,806 $98,333 2.4% 1.5%
Morristown $57,562 $66,419 11.5% 7.1%
Mountain Lakes $141,757 $153,227 2.0% 1.4%
Mount Arlington $67,213 $79,514 3.3% 2.3%
Mount Olive $64,515 $75,189 3.1% 1.7%
Netcong $55,000 $65,833 3.1% 2.5%
Parsippany $68,133 $81,041 3.9% 2.6%
Pequannock $72,729 $84,487 3.0% 2.5%
Randolph $97,589 $115,722 1.4% 1.0%
Riverdale $71,083 $79,557 5.3% 3.0%
Rockaway Boro. $61,002 $66,997 5.0% 3.0%
Rockaway Twp. $80,939 $89,281 2.4% 1.4%
Roxbury $72,982 $83,409 2.7% 2.1%
Victory Gardens $44,375 $43,594 8.4% 8.9%
Washington $97,763 $104,926 2.3% 1.8%
Wharton $56,580 $64,957 8.3% 6.4%
Morris County $77,340 $89,773 3.9% 2.4%
SOURCE: U.S. Census Bureau, Census 2000
Household Income in 1999 and 2008 for Morris County
1999 2008
Households Percent Households Percent
Less than $10,000 5,280 3.1% 3,450 2.0%
$10,000 to $14,999 4,162 2.5% 4,525 2.6%
$15,000 to $24,999 9,016 5.3% 8,280 4.7%
$25,000 to $34,999 11,528 6.8% 8,025 4.6%
$35,000 to $49,999 19,304 11.4% 15,656 8.9%
$50,000 to $74,999 32,678 19.2% 24,838 14.1%
$75,000 to $99,999 26,978 15.9% 23,489 13.3%
$100,000 to $149,999 31,791 18.7% 39,615 22.5%
$150,000 to $199,999 13,776 8.1% 20,371 11.6%
$200,000 or more 15,281 9.0% 27,835 15.8%
Total Households 169,794 100% 176,084 100%
Median Household Income $77,340 - $99,706 -
SOURCE: U.S. Census Bureau, Census 2000 and 2008 American Community Survey

Family Income in 1999 and 2008 for Morris County


1999 2008
Families Percent Families Percent
Less than $10,000 1,869 1.5% 869 0.7%
$10,000 to $14,999 1,347 1.1% 1,458 1.1%
$15,000 to $24,999 4,310 3.4% 2,926 2.3%
$25,000 to $34,999 6,260 5.0% 4,193 3.2%
$35,000 to $49,999 11,721 9.3% 9,998 7.7%
$50,000 to $74,999 23,593 18.8% 16,102 12.4%
$75,000 to $99,999 22,311 17.7% 16,825 12.9%
$100,000 to $149,999 28,000 22.3% 33,613 25.9%
$150,000 to $199,999 12,377 9.8% 18,841 14.5%
$200,000 or more 13,938 11.1% 25,141 19.3%
Total Families 125,726 100% 129,966 100%
Median Family Income $89,773 - $115,413 -
SOURCE: U.S. Census Bureau, Census 2000 and 2008 American Community Survey
Tables updated as of September 29, 2009
Income by Counties, 1999
Median Median
Median Median Per Capita
Household Family Per Capita
Counties Household Family Income
Income Income Income
Income Income Rank*
Rank * Rank*
Atlantic County $43,933 18 $51,710 18 $21,034 19
Bergen County $65,241 5 $78,079 4 $33,638 4
Burlington County $58,608 8 $67,481 9 $26,339 10
Camden County $48,097 14 $57,429 13 $22,354 16
Cape May County $41,591 19 $51,402 19 $24,172 13
Cumberland County $39,150 21 $45,403 20 $17,376 21
Essex County $44,944 17 $54,818 17 $24,943 12
Gloucester County $54,273 12 $62,482 12 $22,708 15
Hudson County $40,293 20 $44,053 21 $21,154 18
Hunterdon County $79,888 1 $91,050 1 $36,370 3
Mercer County $56,612 9 $68,494 8 $27,914 6
Middlesex County $61,446 7 $70,749 7 $26,535 9
Monmouth County $64,271 6 $76,823 5 $31,149 5
Morris County $77,340 2 $89,773 3 $36,964 2
Ocean County $46,443 15 $56,420 14 $23,054 14
Passaic County $49,210 13 $56,054 15 $21,370 17
Salem County $45,573 16 $54,890 16 $20,874 20
Somerset County $76,933 3 $90,605 2 $37,970 1
Sussex County $65,266 4 $73,335 6 $26,992 7
Union County $55,339 11 $65,234 11 $26,992 8
Warren County $56,100 10 $66,223 10 $25,728 11
New Jersey $55,146 - $65,370 - $27,006 -
* Ranked from a total of 21 counties in New Jersey
SOURCE: U.S. Census Bureau, Census 2000
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Top 25 U.S. Counties by Income, 1999
Median Household Income Median Family Income Per Capita Income
Rank County Dollars County Dollars County Dollars
1 Douglas County, CO $82,929 Falls Church City, VA $97,225 Marin County, CA $44,962
2 Fairfax County, VA $81,050 Fairfax County, VA $92,146 Manhattan, NY $42,922
3 Loudoun County, VA $80,648 Hunterdon County, NJ $91,050 Falls Church City, VA $41,051
4 Hunterdon County, NJ $79,888 Somerset County, NJ $90,605 Pitkin County, CO $40,811
5 Los Alamos County, NM $78,993 Los Alamos County, NM $90,032 Fairfield County, CT $38,350
6 Morris County, NJ $77,340 Morris County, NJ $89,773 Teton County, WY $38,260
7 Somerset County, NJ $76,933 Marin County, CA $88,934 Somerset County, NJ $37,970
8 Falls Church City, VA $74,924 Douglas County, CO $88,482 Arlington County, VA $37,706
9 Santa Clara County, CA $74,335 Loudoun County, VA $88,387 Alexandria City, VA $37,645
10 Howard County, MD $74,167 Howard County, MD $85,422 Morris County, NJ $36,964
11 Putnam County, NY $72,279 Montgomery County, MD $84,035 Fairfax County, VA $36,888
12 Nassau County, NY $72,030 Putnam County, NY $82,197 Westchester County, NY $36,726
13 Montgomery County, MD $71,551 Collin County, TX $81,856 Hunterdon County, NJ $36,370
14 Marin County, CA $71,306 Santa Clara County, CA $81,717 San Mateo County, CA $36,045
15 Fayette County, GA $71,227 Nassau County, NY $81,246 Montgomery County, MD $35,684
16 Hamilton County, IN $71,026 San Mateo County, CA $80,737 San Miguel County, CO $35,329
17 Collin County, TX $70,835 Hamilton County, IN $80,239 Douglas County, CO $34,848
18 San Mateo County, CA $70,819 Westchester County, NY $79,881 Los Alamos County, NM $34,646
19 Williamson County, TN $69,104 DuPage County, IL $79,314 San Francisco County, CA $34,556
20 Forsyth County, GA $68,890 Fairfax City, VA $78,921 Summit County, UT $33,767
21 Rockland County, NY $67,971 Arlington County, VA $78,877 Bergen County, NJ $33,638
22 DuPage County, IL $67,887 Fayette County, GA $78,853 Loudoun County, VA $33,530
23 Fairfax City, VA $67,642 Rockland County, NY $78,806 Collin County, TX $33,345
24 Livingston County, MI $67,400 Williamson County, TN $78,315 Hamilton County, IN $33,109
25 Delaware County, OH $67,258 Bergen County, NJ $78,079 Santa Clara County, CA $32,795
SOURCE: U.S. Census Bureau, Census 2000
NOTE: Alexandria City, Fairfax City & Falls Church City are "Independent Cities" not affiliated with
any county.
Income by Counties, 2008
Median Median
Median Median Per Capita
Household Family Per Capita
Counties Household Family Income
Income Income Income
Income Income Rank*
Rank * Rank*
Atlantic County $52,696 20 $64,944 19 $26,449 20
Bergen County $82,361 5 $100,280 5 $42,277 4
Burlington County $77,470 7 $93,181 7 $35,392 8
Camden County $61,066 13 $75,400 13 $29,793 17
Cape May County $60,176 15 $67,254 18 $34,883 10
Cumberland County $50,833 21 $58,122 21 $21,162 21
Essex County $55,105 19 $69,543 16 $32,100 13
Gloucester County $70,837 11 $85,678 10 $30,613 15
Hudson County $55,465 18 $60,423 20 $31,330 14
Hunterdon County $102,683 1 $125,551 1 $51,080 1
Mercer County $73,800 10 $93,912 6 $36,763 6
Middlesex County $77,179 8 $91,639 8 $34,265 11
Monmouth County $82,736 4 $101,236 4 $40,453 5
Morris County $99,706 3 $115,413 3 $47,075 3
Ocean County $59,356 16 $73,137 14 $29,976 16
Passaic County $56,816 17 $68,987 17 $26,588 19
Salem County $60,200 14 $70,863 15 $27,334 18
Somerset County $100,608 2 $117,972 2 $48,881 2
Sussex County $79,058 6 $89,678 9 $34,990 9
Union County $67,540 12 $81,728 12 $33,379 12
Warren County $76,368 9 $84,544 11 $35,432 7
New Jersey $70,378 - $85,761 - $35,179 -
* Ranked from a total of 21 counties in New Jersey
Source: U.S. Census Bureau, 2008 American Community Survey
Table updated as of September 29, 2009
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1 Loudoun County, VA $111,925 Arlington County, VA $132,759 Manhattan, NY $63,400
2 Fairfax County, VA $107,448 Loudoun County, VA $129,917 Arlington County, VA $59,098
3 Hunterdon County, NJ $102,683 Fairfax County, VA $126,910 Marin County, CA $54,554
4 Howard County, MD $102,540 Hunterdon County, NJ $125,551 Alexandria City, VA $51,650
5 Arlington County, VA $101,171 Howard County, MD $118,503 Hunterdon County, NJ $51,080
6 Somerset County, NJ $100,608 Somerset County, NJ $117,972 Fairfield County, CT $50,990
7 Morris County, NJ $99,706 Morris County, NJ $115,413 Fairfax County, VA $49,927
8 Douglas County, CO $98,871 Montgomery County, MD $114,879 Westchester County, NY $48,882
9 Nassau County, NY $95,282 Marin County, CA $114,617 Somerset County, NJ $48,881
10 Montgomery County, MD $94,319 Nassau County, NY $109,055 San Francisco County, CA $47,420
11 Williamson County, TN $93,321 Douglas County, CO $108,831 Morris County, NJ $47,075
12 Marin County, CA $91,982 Williamson County, TN $105,327 Montgomery County, MD $46,972
13 Putnam County, NY $89,928 Fairfield County, CT $105,132 Loudoun County, VA $45,334
14 Delaware County, OH $88,899 Alexandria city, VA $104,918 Howard County, MD $45,202
15 Santa Clara County, CA $88,846 Santa Clara County, CA $104,022 San Mateo County, CA $44,438
16 Prince William County, VA $88,724 Putnam County, NY $103,656 Norfolk County, MA $43,473
17 Forsyth County, GA $87,904 Norfolk County, MA $103,355 Carver County, MN $42,641
18 Stafford County, VA $87,783 Delaware County, OH $101,939 Bergen County, NJ $42,277
19 Charles County, MD $87,030 Chester County, PA $101,666 Washington, DC $42,069
20 Alexandria City, VA $86,682 San Mateo County, CA $101,504 Williamson County, TN $41,583
21 Chester County, PA $85,731 Monmouth County, NJ $101,236 Nassau County, NY $41,294
22 Suffolk County, NY $85,560 Bergen County, NJ $100,280 Chester County, PA $41,181
23 Kendall County, IL $85,545 Westchester County, NY $100,068 Middlesex County, MA $41,009
24 Rockland County, NY $85,363 Stafford County, VA $98,936 Santa Clara County, CA $40,752
25 Hamilton County, IN $85,234 Middlesex County, MA $98,642 Montgomery County, PA $40,561
SOURCE: U.S. Census Bureau, 2008 American Community Survey
NOTE: Alexandria City is an "Independent City" not affiliated with any county.
2008 data is only available for geographic areas with a population of 65,000 or more.
Table updated as of September 29, 2009
School Enrollment, 2008-2009 School Year by School District
Total Spec. Ed.
District Pre-K K 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 Total HS Grand Total
Pre-K-8 Pre-K-12
Boonton 2 56 56 67 54 56 78 61 77 81 588 144 131 134.5 141.5 551 76 1,215
Boonton Twp. 45 51 57 60 53 60 52 67 63 508 0 6 514
Butler 14 70 64 86 54 74 67 59 57 83 628 112 143 137 123 515 39 1,182
School Dist. of Chathams 1 304 313 292 291 329 298 300 278 267 2,673 300 252 243.5 205 1000.5 47 3,720.5
Chester Twp. 133 140 136 148 167 179 157 149 197 1,406 0 35 1,441
Denville 161 212 198 223 229 227 198 210 238 1,896 0 79.5 1,975.5
Dover 77 250 226 227 211 174 186 165 231 230 1,977 280 238.5 168.5 172 859 78 2,914
East Hanover 110 112 120 119 138 140 130 131 138 1,138 0 12 1,150
Educ. Serv. Comm. Morris Co. 0 0 136 136
Florham Park 117 118 106 105 119 116 123 110 94 1,008 0 19 1,027
Hanover Park Regional 0 319 350 387 373.5 1,429.5 12.5 1,442
Hanover 117 164 158 186 187 176 186 178 180 1,532 0 32 1,564
Harding 36 21 41 38 29 48 28 43 30 314 0 314
Jefferson 253 259 253 267 272 263 201 271 258 2,297 273 278 282 262 1,095 213 3,605
Kinnelon 148 142 148 167 172 165 193 202 176 1,513 170 175 172.5 153 670.5 39.5 2,223
Lincoln Park 23 88 98 110 83 89 94 100 102 105 892 0 13 905
Long Hill 6 80 97 108 117 111 119 116 135 118 1,007 0 19 1,026
Madison 131 162 172 148 163 173 163 183 158 1,453 197 213 176 200.5 786.5 29.5 2,269
Mendham Boro. 10 67 74 72 66 75 74 83 72 73 666 0 666
Mendham Twp. 62 82 85 104 109 100 124 120 119 905 0 4 909
Mine Hill 46 47.5 53 39 53 57 46 49 390.5 0 390.5
Montville 271 294 313 318 312 311 334 352 331 2,836 346 327 318 293 1,284 91.5 4,211.5
Morris Co. Vocational 0 206 159 148 154.5 667.5 667.5
Morris Hills Regional 0 733 683 626 649 2,691 55 2,746
Morris Plains 86 76 82 83 60 66 56 58 67 634 0 5 639
Morris School District 108 375 370 370 341 369 334 307 299 308 3,181 395 363 366.5 340 1,464.5 114 4,759.5
Mount Arlington 33 43 40 39 31 40 47 39 49 361 0 13 374
Mount Olive 319 349 392 372 360 367 366 379 379 3,283 394 358 316.5 334.5 1,403 218.5 4,904.5
Mountain Lakes 60 82 84 76 106 81 109 99 98 795 184 162.5 168.5 157.5 672.5 162.5 1,630
Netcong 33 39 27 34 14 31 24 29 30 38 299 0 5 304
Parsippany-Troy Hills 60 519 514 501 496 533 503 518 567 538 4,749 550 549 518 542 2,159 261 7,169
Pequannock 157 156 177 169 167 201 212 186 180 1,605 191 216 182.5 178 767.5 54.5 2,427
Randolph 17 316 402 407 432 389 418 411 424 444 3,660 411 432 442 454.5 1,739.5 120 5,519.5
Riverdale 11 41 30 22 28 28 33 32 30 32 287 0 287
Rockaway Boro. 40 56 76 82 64 73 66 61 77 77 672 0 672
Rockaway Twp. 230 257 267 301 290 284 310 301 317 2,557 0 150 2,707
Roxbury 240 236 281 311 302 320 311 327 338 2,666 374 417 385 369.5 1,545.5 149.5 4,361
Unity Charter School 8 10 12 13 12 14 10 9 14 102 0 102
Washington 220.5 298 295 306 325 328 314 351 346 2,783.5 0 54 2,837.5
West Morris Regional 0 655 691 627 672 2,645 12 2,657
Wharton 100 81 62 63 68 64 66 81 90 675 0 59 734
Morris County 448 5,346 5,745 5,896 5,920 6,059 6,063 5,981 6,225 6,254 53,937 6,234 6,138 5,799 5,775 23,946 2,414.5 80,297.5

SOURCE: N.J. Department of Education


NOTE: Fractional figures refer to "shared time" students in which a student is enrolled at a particular school
part-time and may attend more than one school.
Table updated as of September 29, 2009
Racial Breakdown of Students by School District, Fall 2008
Native Hawaiian Two or More Grand
District White Black Hispanic Asian
American Native Races Total
Boonton 729.5 94.5 154 229.5 1.5 6 0 1,215
Boonton Twp. 460 6 23 20 1 1 3 514
Butler 1,015 19 111 33 2 2 0 1,182
School Dist. of Chathams 3,281.5 38 119 278 4 0 0 3,720.5
Chester Twp. 1,270 16 79 59 0 17 0 1,441
Denville 1,665.5 42 105 161 1 1 0 1,975.5
Dover 330 192.5 2,328.5 62 0 1 0 2,914
East Hanover 954 13 55 124 0 4 0 1,150
Educ. Serv. Comm. Morris Co. 104 17 9 6 0 0 0 136
Florham Park 874 44 30 64 0 0 15 1,027
Hanover Park Regional 1,200 29 64 149 0 0 0 1,442
Hanover 1,273 13 57 207 0 0 14 1,564
Harding 292 6 7 9 0 0 0 314
Jefferson 3,090.5 76.5 251 179 5 3 0 3,605
Kinnelon 2,062 23 53 63 0 22 0 2,223
Lincoln Park 708 14 85 59 0 39 0 905
Long Hill 850 6 72 82 1 4 11 1,026
Madison 1,809.5 68.5 215 173 2 1 0 2,269
Mendham Boro. 623 0 16 19 2 0 6 666
Mendham Twp. 849 6 19 31 2 0 2 909
Mine Hill 221 45.5 101 23 0 0 0 390.5
Montville 3,102.5 70 145 865 14 11 4 4,211.5
Morris Co. Vocational 473 23.5 83.5 82.5 1 1 3 667.5
Morris Hills Regional 2008 82.5 449.5 194 8 0 4 2,746
Morris Plains 569 5 31 26 0 0 8 639
Morris School District 2,679 676.5 1,161.5 232 7.5 3 0 4,759.5
Mount Arlington 303 12 41 18 0 0 0 374
Mount Olive 3,607 279 537.5 472 0 3 6 4,904.5
Mountain Lakes 1,415 28 63.5 123.5 0 0 0 1,630
Netcong 205 9 83 6 1 0 0 304
Parsippany-Troy Hills 3,701 251 662 2,427 4 5 119 7,169
Pequannock 2,285.5 9 95.5 33 1 3 0 2,427
Randolph 4,433.5 144 452 469 12 9 0 5,519.5
Riverdale 248 1 26 12 0 0 0 287
Rockaway Boro. 444 22 130 75 1 0 0 672
Rockaway Twp. 2,010 117 337 226 4 3 10 2,707
Roxbury 3,522.5 149 426.5 261 2 0 0 4,361
Unity Charter School 73 10 19 0 0 0 0 102
Washington 2,557.5 53 111 107 0 0 9 2,837.5
West Morris Regional 2,413 28 104 91 7 2 12 2,657
Wharton 282 32 372 48 0 0 0 734
Morris County 59,993 2,771 9,284 7,798.5 84 141 226 80,297.5

SOURCE: N.J. Department of Education


NOTE: Fractional figures refer to "shared time" students in which a student is enrolled at a
particular school part-time and may attend more than one school.
Table updated as of September 29, 2009
Fall School Enrollments by School District, 2003 - 2008
District 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008
Boonton 1,321 1,295.5 1,312 1,273 1,247 1,215
Boonton Twp. 540 506 520 525 521 514
Butler 1,142 1,161.5 1,147 1,189 1,219.5 1,182
School Dist. of Chathams 3,135 3,255.5 3,358 3,489.5 3,582 3,720.5
Chester Twp. 1,275 1,332 1,377 1,388 1,429 1,441
Denville 1,900 1,927 1,928 1,945 1,980 1,975.5
Dover 3,046.5 3,042 2,948 2,876 2,923.5 2,914
East Hanover 1,125 1,134 1,130 1,147 1,127 1,150
Educ. Serv. Comm. Morris Co. 135.5 139 134 136.5 145 136
Florham Park 947 982 993 970 1,025 1,027
Hanover Park Regional 1,433 1,481.5 1,508 1,507 1,500 1,442
Hanover 1,458 1,520 1,552 1,553 1,575 1,564
Harding 336 334 321 317 320.5 314
Jefferson 3,584.5 3,601.5 3,621.5 3,635 3,614 3,605
Kinnelon 2,113.5 2,112 2,157 2,194 2,198 2,223
Lincoln Park 991 950 946 934 914 905
Long Hill 1,087 1,098 1,095 1,065 1,063 1,026
Madison 2,221 2,213.5 2,225 2,276.5 2,246 2,269
Mendham Boro. 672 672 650 729 668 666
Mendham Twp. 869 905 926 893 910 909
Mine Hill 384 371 369 355 364 390.5
Montville 3,953.5 3,990.5 4,120 4,182 4,254.5 4,211.5
Morris Co. Vocational 426.5 517.5 547 605 635 667.5
Morris Hills Regional 2,624 2,727 2,792 2,730 2,708.5 2,746
Morris Plains 570 580 598 617 614 639
Morris School District 4,650 4,622 4,627 4,648 4,672 4,759.5
Mount Arlington 440 434 415 405 390 374
Mount Olive 4,738.5 4,833.5 4,926 4,981 4,904 4,904.5
Mountain Lakes 1,651.5 1,710 1,631 1,747 1,605.5 1,630
Netcong 291 282 288 295 296 304
Parsippany-Troy Hills 6,916 7,061.5 7,104.5 7,169.5 7,210 7,169
Pequannock 2,487 2,506.5 2,502 2,478 2,437 2,427
Randolph 5,465 5,494.5 5,544 5,535 5,570 5,519.5
Riverdale 277 271 266 266 282 287
Rockaway Boro. 602 621 611 622 640 672
Rockaway Twp. 2,865 2,813 2,844 2,854 2,744 2,707
Roxbury 4,635 4,533 4,475.5 4,499 4,415 4,361
Unity Charter School 105 105 97 102 98 102
Washington 2,939 2,940 2,919 2,913 2,862.5 2,837.5
West Morris Regional 2,381.5 2,471.5 2,519.5 2,525 2,621 2,657
Wharton 802 796 780 746 791 734
Morris County 78,535.5 79,342.5 79,824 80,317 80,321.5 80,297.5

SOURCE: N.J. Department of Education


NOTE: Fractional figures refer to "shared time" students in which a student is enrolled at a particular
school part-time and may attend more than one school.
Table updated as of September 29, 2009
Educational Attainment - Persons 25 Years of Age & Over, 2000
Population 9th to 12th Some Graduate or
Less Than High School Associate Bachelor's
Municipality 25 Years Grade, No College, No Professional
9th Grade Graduate Degree Degree
and Over Diploma Degree Degree
Boonton 6,081 392 452 1,630 1,307 300 1,429 571
Boonton Twp. 3,047 48 163 705 581 150 883 517
Butler 5,293 261 488 2,013 1,059 196 884 392
Chatham Boro. 5,723 83 114 704 717 290 2,195 1,620
Chatham Twp. 7,013 67 169 1,045 829 293 2,390 2,220
Chester Boro. 1,138 40 72 253 157 66 324 226
Chester Twp. 4,789 69 106 726 635 203 1,581 1,469
Denville 11,319 232 644 2,782 1,948 732 3,058 1,923
Dover 12,011 2,019 1,955 4,125 1,944 462 983 523
East Hanover 8,147 403 570 2,668 1,304 484 1,624 1,094
Florham Park 6,484 191 316 1,130 857 250 2,161 1,579
Hanover 9,272 422 548 2,521 1,482 454 2,431 1,414
Harding 2,265 16 41 339 316 58 773 722
Jefferson 13,398 347 1,046 4,402 2,962 913 2,772 956
Kinnelon 6,182 87 135 1,042 1,083 285 1,990 1,560
Lincoln Park 8,139 363 750 2,525 1,374 447 1,787 893
Long Hill 5,995 114 258 1,346 906 418 1,821 1,132
Madison 10,178 383 550 1,779 1,266 417 3,137 2,646
Mendham Boro. 3,489 26 138 510 458 187 1,199 971
Mendham Twp. 3,467 30 42 402 414 106 1,273 1,200
Mine Hill 2,626 59 180 862 607 177 499 242
Montville 14,445 269 670 2,903 2,444 757 4,454 2,948
Morris Twp. 15,565 293 467 2,159 2,077 673 5,287 4,609
Morris Plains 3,777 70 147 717 660 258 1,113 812
Morristown 13,604 1,040 1,266 3,252 2,120 585 3,160 2,181
Mountain Lakes 2,624 22 20 144 338 103 1,073 924
Mount Arlington 3,408 82 244 922 707 230 842 381
Mount Olive 15,764 378 904 4,095 3,495 1,142 3,979 1,771
Netcong 1,817 144 132 660 370 112 287 112
Parsippany 36,644 1,281 2,420 9,392 5,851 1,952 10,121 5,627
Pequannock 9,495 228 451 2,903 1,810 546 2,476 1,081
Randolph 16,253 215 487 2,659 2,175 1,057 5,478 4,182
Riverdale 1,724 37 150 611 313 81 388 144
Rockaway Boro. 4,552 154 315 1,561 909 306 959 348
Rockaway Twp. 15,488 348 742 3,917 2,973 1,100 4,484 1,924
Roxbury 16,150 529 1,084 4,664 3,255 1,137 3,872 1,609
Victory Gardens 984 86 208 331 203 56 88 12
Washington 11,313 202 216 2,088 2,057 728 3,760 2,262
Wharton 4,218 217 587 1,243 861 352 626 332
Morris County 323,881 11,247 19,247 77,730 54,824 18,063 87,641 55,129
SOURCE: U.S. Census Bureau, Census 2000
Educational Attainment - Persons 25 Years of Age & Over by County, 2000
Percent Percent
Population 9th to 12th Some Graduate or
Less Than High School Associate Bachelor's High School Bachelor's
County 25 Years Grade, No College, No Professional
9th Grade Graduate Degree Degree Graduate or Degree or
and Over Diploma Degree Degree
Higher Higher
Atlantic 168,546 11,016 25,793 58,369 32,668 9,191 21,655 9,854 78.2 18.7
Bergen 623,469 34,069 49,551 163,525 106,035 31,908 149,798 88,583 86.6 38.2
Burlington 285,553 9,564 27,095 88,884 59,300 19,642 54,721 26,347 87.2 28.4
Camden 331,765 19,501 45,956 106,572 61,683 18,351 51,782 27,920 80.3 24.0
Cape May 72,878 3,319 9,891 26,475 13,289 3,856 11,288 4,760 81.9 22.0
Cumberland 96,899 10,903 19,610 35,189 15,212 4,600 7,820 3,565 68.5 11.7
Essex 513,570 47,859 77,545 139,578 86,465 20,956 84,953 56,214 75.6 27.5
Gloucester 164,801 6,375 19,431 60,828 30,988 11,001 25,695 10,483 84.3 22.0
Hudson 408,799 55,229 65,254 109,542 61,316 14,102 66,835 36,521 70.5 25.3
Hunterdon 83,548 2,338 4,767 21,338 14,591 5,616 21,269 13,629 91.5 41.8
Mercer 231,139 13,598 28,407 59,141 39,094 12,393 42,680 35,826 81.8 34.0
Middlesex 501,552 31,015 47,449 145,657 84,865 27,033 102,750 62,783 84.4 33.0
Monmouth 413,058 15,421 34,473 113,343 80,586 26,393 90,050 52,792 87.9 34.6
Morris 323,881 11,247 19,247 77,730 54,824 18,063 87,641 55,129 90.6 44.1
Ocean 358,354 16,292 44,607 135,009 73,038 19,573 48,044 21,791 83.0 19.5
Passaic 316,401 37,347 47,063 98,830 52,856 13,228 44,793 22,284 73.3 21.2
Salem 42,789 3,017 5,777 16,784 7,805 2,894 4,808 1,704 79.4 15.2
Somerset 204,343 8,684 12,628 43,972 32,394 11,621 55,991 39,053 89.6 46.5
Sussex 95,094 2,773 6,952 31,740 21,321 6,427 17,640 8,241 89.8 27.2
Union 351,903 30,835 42,064 104,431 57,534 16,815 61,760 38,464 79.3 28.5
Warren 69,457 3,027 7,488 24,556 13,008 4,433 11,692 5,253 84.9 24.4
New Jersey 5,657,799 373,429 641,048 1,661,493 998,872 298,096 1,063,665 621,196 82.1 29.8
SOURCE: U.S. Census Bureau, Census 2000
Educational Attainment by County, 2000
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Educational Attainment - Persons 25 Years of Age & Over by County, 2008
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Atlantic 181,654 11,556 19,350 59,560 34,022 12,718 31,079 13,369 83.0 24.5
Bergen 625,999 29,601 27,943 152,411 100,024 34,860 178,474 102,686 90.8 44.9
Burlington 305,104 7,944 18,768 91,048 62,016 23,743 64,039 37,546 91.2 33.3
Camden 341,844 15,911 32,706 113,457 63,395 22,117 60,375 33,883 85.8 27.6
Cape May 69,941 955 5,187 26,902 13,516 4,906 13,071 5,404 91.2 26.4
Cumberland 104,396 10,481 12,630 43,036 17,964 6,025 9,711 4,549 77.9 13.7
Essex 501,324 37,260 54,447 139,487 83,008 26,249 98,067 62,806 81.7 32.1
Gloucester 192,025 4,120 13,595 67,504 39,318 15,400 35,700 16,388 90.8 27.1
Hudson 410,442 42,383 38,221 114,397 61,293 17,868 87,144 49,136 80.4 33.2
Hunterdon 89,872 1,319 3,029 19,087 15,583 5,434 25,927 19,493 95.2 50.5
Mercer 241,087 12,826 19,964 57,828 39,983 16,488 50,040 43,958 86.4 39.0
Middlesex 529,418 28,264 34,613 147,956 82,874 32,753 124,470 78,488 88.1 38.3
Monmouth 434,516 15,333 20,694 120,517 76,205 34,517 104,815 62,435 91.7 38.5
Morris 332,851 12,459 14,071 76,541 53,884 20,985 95,040 59,871 92.0 46.5
Ocean 396,452 12,233 29,505 149,003 81,807 28,019 65,696 30,189 89.5 24.2
Passaic 316,344 33,501 27,961 109,553 49,956 16,014 57,656 21,703 80.6 25.1
Salem 45,306 1,215 5,056 17,904 9,963 3,894 4,906 2,368 86.2 16.1
Somerset 221,700 7,936 8,309 51,984 32,031 13,335 61,142 46,963 92.7 48.8
Sussex 102,797 2,078 4,739 34,409 23,965 7,525 19,557 10,524 93.4 29.3
Union 346,312 29,581 24,894 108,025 56,536 19,421 64,984 42,871 84.3 31.1
Warren 75,011 2,863 5,087 27,040 12,923 5,997 14,140 6,961 89.4 28.1
New Jersey 5,864,395 319,819 420,769 1,727,649 1,010,266 368,268 1,266,033 751,591 87.4 34.4
SOURCE: U.S. Census Bureau, 2008 American Community Survey
Table updated as of September 29, 2009
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Morris County Unemployment
2007 through 2009
2007 2008 2009
Persons Rate (%) Persons Rate (%) Persons Rate (%)
January 8,900 3.3 10,000 3.7 16,100 5.9
February 8,600 3.2 10,200 3.7 18,200 6.6
March 8,400 3.1 10,000 3.6 18,400 6.6
April 7,700 2.8 8,900 3.3 17,300 6.2
May 7,700 2.8 10,000 3.7 18,700 6.7
June 8,400 3.1 10,600 3.8 20,300 7.2
July 9,600 3.5 11,900 4.3 21,400 7.6
August 8,200 3.0 11,300 4.1 20,600 7.4
September 8,200 3.0 11,200 4.1 20,800 7.6
October 7,500 2.8 11,300 4.1 19,500 7.1
November 7,700 2.8 12,100 4.4 19,600 7.1
December 8,000 2.9 13,600 4.9 20,000 7.2
SOURCE: N.J. Department of Labor and Workforce Development
NOTE: Not Seasonally Adjusted

New Jersey Unemployment


2007 through 2009
2007 2008 2009
Persons Rate (%) Persons Rate (%) Persons Rate (%)
January 212,400 4.8 231,400 5.2 355,000 7.9
February 206,000 4.6 228,400 5.1 393,600 8.8
March 194,100 4.4 226,500 5.1 390,800 8.6
April 178,800 4.0 201,900 4.5 374,900 8.2
May 177,800 4.0 223,000 5.0 393,200 8.6
June 189,700 4.2 234,800 5.2 423,200 9.2
July 216,400 4.8 266,700 5.8 445,600 9.6
August 183,100 4.1 252,600 5.6 432,000 9.4
September 182,600 4.1 249,400 5.6 433,500 9.6
October 174,100 3.9 254,500 5.7 420,200 9.3
November 180,000 4.0 270,500 6.0 425,800 9.4
December 192,200 4.3 306,600 6.8 441,600 9.8
SOURCE: N.J. Department of Labor and Workforce Development
NOTE: Not Seasonally Adjusted
Data last revised January 25, 2010
Unemployment Rate: United States, New Jersey and Morris County, 2007 - 2009

12.0%

10.0%
United States

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Morris County
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SOURCE: NJ Dept. of Labor and Workforce Development; US Bureau of Labor Statistics


Data last revised January 25, 2010

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Morris County Employment And Wages: 2006 Annual Private Sector Report
Employment Wages
NAICS
NAICS DESCRIPTION Average Average Average Average
SECTOR March June Sept Dec
Units Annual Weekly Annual
11 Agriculture, forestry, fishing and hunting . . . . . . . .
111 Crop production 30 244 330 326 268 293 $587 $30,522
112 Animal production . . . . . . . .
114 Fishing, hunting and trapping . . . . . . . .
115 Agriculture and forestry support activities . . . . . . . .
21 Mining . . . . . . . .
212 Mining, except oil and gas . . . . . . . .
22 Utilities . . . . . . . .
221 Utilities . . . . . . . .
23 Construction 1,943 11,675 13,295 13,409 13,209 12,848 $1,124 $58,450
236 Construction of buildings 599 2,446 2,615 2,697 2,649 2,600 $1,036 $53,861
237 Heavy and civil engineering construction 65 1,066 1,507 1,480 1,373 1,355 $1,381 $71,787
238 Specialty trade contractors 1,280 8,163 9,173 9,232 9,187 8,893 $1,111 $57,760
31-33 Manufacturing 668 26,915 26,818 26,905 27,073 26,871 $1,566 $81,424
311 Food manufacturing 38 548 552 570 578 560 $680 $35,349
312 Beverage and tobacco product manufacturing . . . . . . . .
313 Textile mills . . . . . . . .
314 Textile product mills 6 57 58 56 57 58 $661 $34,371
315 Apparel manufacturing 12 226 234 232 225 229 $802 $41,683
316 Leather and allied product manufacturing . . . . . . . .
321 Wood product manufacturing . . . . . . . .
322 Paper manufacturing 15 925 870 888 887 887 $1,141 $59,331
323 Printing and related support activities 95 1,857 1,820 1,817 1,812 1,825 $1,005 $52,235
324 Petroleum and coal products manufacturing . . . . . . . .
325 Chemical manufacturing 70 9,695 9,652 9,671 9,642 9,655 $2,301 $119,633
326 Plastics and rubber products manufacturing 26 854 812 809 788 825 $848 $44,119
327 Nonmetallic mineral product manufacturing 22 546 511 504 491 505 $1,132 $58,871
331 Primary metal manufacturing . . . . . . . .
332 Fabricated metal product manufacturing 104 2,395 2,449 2,463 2,513 2,442 $1,012 $52,642
333 Machinery manufacturing 63 1,482 1,447 1,473 1,451 1,466 $1,227 $63,781
334 Computer and electronic product manufacturing 78 3,109 3,099 3,094 3,068 3,091 $1,502 $78,106
335 Electrical equipment and appliance mfg. . . . . . . . .
336 Transportation equipment manufacturing . . . . . . . .
337 Furniture and related product manufacturing 40 438 456 451 452 442 $1,130 $58,750
339 Miscellaneous manufacturing 51 3,127 3,217 3,215 3,344 3,221 $1,222 $63,556
42 Wholesale Trade 1,277 19,656 19,509 18,618 18,698 19,145 $1,680 $87,357
423 Merchant wholesalers, durable goods 594 9,521 9,455 8,795 8,695 9,114 $1,520 $79,047
424 Merchant wholesalers, nondurable goods 244 7,910 7,856 7,626 7,721 7,799 $1,917 $99,687
425 Electronic markets and agents and brokers 438 2,225 2,198 2,197 2,282 2,232 $1,504 $78,207
44-45 Retail Trade 2,009 29,688 30,161 29,296 31,935 30,021 $624 $32,469
441 Motor vehicle and parts dealers 174 3,647 3,647 3,599 3,613 3,625 $1,002 $52,092
442 Furniture and home furnishings stores 140 1,624 1,636 1,572 1,804 1,635 $697 $36,266
443 Electronics and appliance stores 141 1,424 1,400 1,454 1,658 1,462 $835 $43,397
444 Building material and garden supply stores 162 2,820 3,094 2,853 2,879 2,913 $684 $35,551
445 Food and beverage stores 306 6,364 6,400 6,212 6,323 6,323 $479 $24,886
446 Health and personal care stores 162 2,253 2,315 2,195 2,313 2,265 $681 $35,417
447 Gasoline stations . . . . . . . .
448 Clothing and clothing accessories stores 236 2,516 2,556 2,419 2,975 2,569 $344 $17,863
451 Sporting goods, hobby, book and music stores 150 1,787 1,817 1,734 2,108 1,834 $395 $20,565
452 General merchandise stores 48 3,495 3,645 3,684 4,443 3,735 $429 $22,306
453 Miscellaneous store retailers 262 1,823 1,786 1,712 1,893 1,777 $460 $23,943
454 Nonstore retailers . . . . . . . .
48-49 Transportation and Warehousing 361 9,021 9,000 9,071 9,936 9,047 $904 $46,994
481 Air transportation 9 35 36 36 31 35 $2,121 $110,274
483 Water transportation . . . . . . . .
484 Truck transportation 146 1,566 1,686 1,657 1,641 1,630 $865 $44,997
485 Transit and ground passenger transportation 76 1,658 1,669 1,580 1,648 1,576 $435 $22,638
486 Pipeline transportation . . . . . . . .
487 Scenic and sightseeing transportation . . . . . . . .
488 Support activities for transportation 69 1,522 1,455 1,436 1,429 1,473 $1,543 $80,254
491 Postal service . . . . . . . .
492 Couriers and messengers . . . . . . . .
493 Warehousing and storage 19 1,107 1,101 1,094 1,385 1,151 $1,044 $54,297
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Morris County Employment And Wages: 2006 Annual Private Sector Report (cont.)
Employment Wages
NAICS
NAICS DESCRIPTION Average Average Average Average
SECTOR March June Sept Dec
Units Annual Weekly Annual
51 Information 323 9,791 10,179 10,068 9,806 9,956 $1,633 $84,902
511 Publishing industries, except Internet 77 2,043 2,031 2,070 2,092 2,055 $1,415 $73,560
512 Motion picture and sound recording industries 40 685 728 634 712 695 $498 $25,891
515 Broadcasting, except Internet . . . . . . . .
516 Internet publishing and broadcasting . . . . . . . .
517 Telecommunications 131 3,873 4,136 4,089 4,066 4,033 $1,953 $101,569
518 ISPs, search portals, and data processing . . . . . . . .
519 Other information services 15 191 212 201 218 206 $553 $28,749
52 Finance and Insurance 1,016 22,241 22,604 22,340 22,397 22,414 $1,804 $93,813
521 Monetary authorities - central bank . . . . . . . .
522 Credit intermediation and related activities 388 5,996 6,075 5,993 5,864 6,007 $1,275 $66,311
523 Securities, commodity contracts, investments 223 3,568 3,679 3,714 3,743 3,670 $3,045 $158,357
524 Insurance carriers and related activities 389 12,489 12,676 12,478 12,638 12,564 $1,698 $88,272
525 Funds, trusts, and other financial vehicles . . . . . . . .
53 Real Estate and Rental and Leasing 613 5,983 6,665 6,284 6,381 6,226 $1,501 $78,059
531 Real estate 482 3,829 4,001 3,968 3,974 3,934 $1,373 $71,404
532 Rental and leasing services . . . . . . . .
533 Lessors of nonfinancial intangible assets . . . . . . . .
54 Professional and Technical Services 2,897 30,185 30,991 31,124 31,950 30,905 $1,701 $88,451
541 Professional and technical services 2,897 30,185 30,991 31,124 31,950 30,905 $1,701 $88,451
55 Management of Companies and Enterprises 65 7,466 7,290 7,333 7,230 7,338 $2,610 $135,714
551 Management of companies and enterprises 65 7,466 7,290 7,333 7,230 7,338 $2,610 $135,714
56 Administrative and Waste Services 1,232 21,426 23,056 23,053 22,503 22,326 $776 $40,349
561 Administrative and support services 1,189 20,726 22,320 22,269 21,757 21,596 $763 $39,679
562 Waste management and remediation services 43 700 736 784 746 729 $1,158 $60,197
61 Educational Services 238 4,724 4,480 4,399 5,036 4,642 $738 $38,394
611 Educational services 238 4,724 4,480 4,399 5,036 4,642 $738 $38,394
62 Health Care and Social Assistance 1,524 27,307 27,867 27,556 28,041 27,484 $927 $48,214
621 Ambulatory health care services 1,182 8,992 9,159 9,104 9,197 9,071 $1,258 $65,424
622 Hospitals . . . . . . . .
623 Nursing and residential care facilities 92 4,736 4,853 4,778 4,934 4,782 $567 $29,499
624 Social assistance . . . . . . . .
71 Arts, Entertainment, and Recreation 250 2,446 3,430 2,982 2,713 2,931 $431 $22,405
711 Performing arts and spectator sports 68 259 255 255 323 268 $862 $44,816
712 Museums, historical sites, zoos, and parks 11 94 101 90 101 99 $537 $27,911
713 Amusements, gambling, and recreation 171 2,093 3,074 2,637 2,289 2,563 $382 $19,849
72 Accommodation and Food Services 1,206 15,544 16,421 15,799 15,937 15,790 $430 $22,362
721 Accommodation 67 2,523 2,729 2,751 2,666 2,708 $760 $39,518
722 Food services and drinking places 1,139 13,021 13,692 13,048 13,271 13,082 $362 $18,811
81 Other Services, Except Public Administration 1,642 8,924 9,460 9,015 9,270 9,071 $761 $39,567
811 Repair and maintenance . . . . . . . .
812 Personal and laundry services 582 2,932 3,070 3,028 3,142 3,018 $431 $22,387
813 Membership associations and organizations . . . . . . . .
814 Private households . . . . . . . .
99 Unclassified Entities . . . . . . . .
999 Unclassified entities . . . . . . . .
PRIVATE SECTOR TOTAL 17,643 254,255 262,651 258,611 263,361 258,310 $1,224 $63,635

Public Sector Employers


Employment Wages
EMPLOYER TYPE Average Average Average Average
March June Sept Dec
Units Annual Weekly Annual
FEDERAL 79 5,056 5,227 5,100 7,685 5,790 $1,468 $76,329
STATE 34 2,558 2,568 2,522 2,462 2,524 $1,080 $56,151
LOCAL 222 23,994 24,398 22,892 24,342 22,582 $973 $50,604
PUBLIC SECTOR TOTAL 335 31,608 32,193 30,514 34,489 30,896
TOTAL ALL EMPLOYERS 17,977 285,863 294,844 289,125 297,850 289,207 $1,208 $62,807

SOURCE: N.J. Department of Labor and Workforce Development


NOTE: Data for industries with few units or where one employer is a significant percentage of employment or wages of the
industry have been suppressed and are indicated (.).
Morris County Employment And Wages Covered By Unemployment Insurance
Third Quarter 2008
Wages
Employment
NAICS Industry Description Average per Employee
Sector Units July August September Total Quarterly Weekly
11 Agriculture, forestry, fishing and hunting 46 352 350 357 $2,845,144 $8,060 $620
21 Mining . . . . . . .
22 Utilities . . . . . . .
23 Construction 1,925 13,235 13,177 12,837 $201,610,894 $15,410 $1,185
31-33 Manufacturing 674 25,435 25,409 25,401 $521,354,905 $20,514 $1,578
42 Wholesale trade 1,278 18,378 18,361 18,206 $381,428,948 $20,826 $1,602
44-45 Retail trade 1,992 29,432 29,185 28,767 $254,905,087 $8,751 $673
48-49 Transportation and warehousing 363 8,241 8,219 8,452 $107,345,009 $12,927 $994
51 Information 306 8,155 8,377 8,227 $152,531,867 $18,482 $1,422
52 Finance and insurance 1,069 20,381 20,250 19,780 $446,250,920 $22,161 $1,705
53 Real estate and rental and leasing 602 6,286 6,307 6,129 $113,367,353 $18,166 $1,397
54 Professional and technical services 2,890 31,620 31,526 30,934 $726,433,975 $23,164 $1,782
55 Management of companies and enterprises 85 6,832 6,773 6,744 $192,832,978 $28,429 $2,187
56 Administrative and waste services 1,273 22,837 23,075 23,038 $218,124,173 $9,491 $730
61 Educational services 270 4,829 4,738 5,035 $50,136,001 $10,301 $792
62 Health care and social assistance 1,547 28,848 28,971 29,082 $374,786,967 $12,938 $995
71 Arts, entertainment, and recreation 242 4,217 3,926 3,473 $39,831,873 $10,287 $791
72 Accommodation and food services 1,210 16,996 16,868 17,317 $93,869,120 $5,502 $423
81 Other services, except public administration 1,714 9,891 9,795 9,434 $83,736,990 $8,627 $664
99 Unclassified entities 94 160 166 183 $1,267,294 $7,469 $575
PRIVATE SECTOR TOTAL 17,614 256,795 256,143 254,060 $3,976,258,531 $15,553 $1,196
FEDERAL GOVERNMENT TOTAL 82 5,435 5,455 5,391 $101,621,580 $18,725 $1,440
STATE GOVERNMENT TOTAL 37 2,319 2,244 2,245 $35,745,448 $15,752 $1,212
LOCAL GOVERNMENT TOTAL 224 17,034 16,209 23,767 $223,681,744 $11,771 $905
SOURCE: N.J. Department of Labor and Workforce Development
NOTE: Data for industries with few units or for industries where one employer makes up a significant portion of industry employment have been
suppressed.
The weekly wage should be interpreted with caution. The weekly wage is derived by dividing the quarterly wage by 13.
Some quarters may have more or fewer pay periods than others.
Table updated as of September 29, 2009
Annual Average Labor Force Estimates, 2008
Unemployment
Municipality Labor Force Employment Unemployment
Rate
Boonton 5,269 4,891 379 7.2%
Boonton Twp. 2,433 2,331 102 4.2%
Butler 4,550 4,390 160 3.5%
Chatham Boro. 4,597 4,466 131 2.9%
Chatham Twp. 5,447 5,359 87 1.6%
Chester Boro. 904 861 44 4.8%
Chester Twp. 3,805 3,703 102 2.7%
Denville 8,824 8,518 306 3.5%
Dover 10,616 9,596 1,019 9.6%
East Hanover 6,525 6,263 262 4.0%
Florham Park 4,731 4,586 146 3.1%
Hanover 7,578 7,418 160 2.1%
Harding 1,503 1,460 44 2.9%
Jefferson 12,099 11,633 466 3.9%
Kinnelon 5,109 4,978 131 2.6%
Lincoln Park 6,602 6,340 262 4.0%
Long Hill 5,000 4,825 175 3.5%
Madison 8,083 7,864 218 2.7%
Mendham Boro. 2,484 2,440 44 1.8%
Mendham Twp. 2,567 2,538 29 1.1%
Mine Hill 2,084 1,982 102 4.9%
Montville 12,466 12,189 277 2.2%
Morris Twp. 12,274 11,808 466 3.8%
Morris Plains 3,018 2,887 131 4.3%
Morristown 11,627 11,176 451 3.9%
Mountain Lakes 1,975 1,961 15 0.7%
Mount Arlington 3,003 2,887 117 3.9%
Mount Olive 15,316 14,593 723 4.7%
Netcong 1,561 1,503 58 3.7%
Parsippany 31,155 29,848 1,307 4.2%
Pequannock 7,967 7,603 364 4.6%
Randolph 14,169 13,665 504 3.6%
Riverdale 1,601 1,514 87 5.5%
Rockaway Boro. 4,093 3,845 248 6.0%
Rockaway Twp. 14,744 14,177 567 3.8%
Roxbury 14,271 13,746 524 3.7%
Victory Gardens 915 871 44 4.8%
Washington 9,917 9,553 364 3.7%
Wharton 3,752 3,431 320 8.5%
Morris County 274,613 263,677 10,936 4.0%

SOURCE: N.J. Department of Labor and Workforce Development


NOTE: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics areas (with 25,000 + population) are based on claims-share. All others used
census share.
Table updated as of September 29, 2009
Top Employers in
Morris County, 2009
Full Time
Employer
Employees
Atlantic Health **6,300
Picatinny Arsenal 3,575
Novartis 3,573
Quest Diagnostics 2,978
Securitas 2,602
St. Clare's 2,342
County of Morris 2,126
Kings Super Markets, Inc 2,094
ADP 2,019
UPS *1,941
AT&T 1,500
Honeywell 1,500
Wyndham Worldwide 1,395
Avis Budget Group, Inc. *1,378
BASF 1,315
Greystone Psych. 1,265
Accenture 1,200
Tiffany & Co. 1,200
PricewaterhouseCoopers 1,180
Kraft Foods 1,050
Realogy Corporation 1,000
Deloitte & Touche 900
Wyeth 890
State Farm Insurance 822
Chilton Memorial *822
Howmet, An Alcoa business 800
Johnson & Johnson 800
Verizon 800
Colgate *700
SOURCE: Morris County Economic Development
Corporation - September 2009 Survey
* 2008 Employee Count
**includes part time employees
Table updated as of September 29, 2009
County to County Commuting
Patterns - Work Destination, 2000
Work Destination of Morris
Number Percent
County Residents
Morris 138,737 57.8%
Essex 25,459 10.6%
Passaic 12,510 5.2%
Bergen 12,094 5.0%
Manhattan, NY 11,516 4.8%
Somerset 8,954 3.7%
Union 8,755 3.7%
Hudson 4,806 2.0%
Middlesex 4,263 1.8%
Sussex 2,614 1.1%
Warren 1,624 0.7%
Hunterdon 1,245 0.5%
Other 7,262 3.0%
Total Employed Morris County
Residents 239,839 100%

SOURCE: U.S. Census Bureau, Census 2000

County to County Commuting


Patterns - Place of Residence, 2000
Where Workers Employed in
Number Percent
Morris County Live
Morris 138,737 50.1%
Essex 24,244 8.8%
Sussex 20,398 7.4%
Passaic 15,381 5.6%
Somerset 11,806 4.3%
Union 11,175 4.0%
Bergen 9,631 3.5%
Warren 9,273 3.3%
Middlesex 6,715 2.4%
Hudson 5,021 1.8%
Hunterdon 3,656 1.3%
Monroe, PA 3,329 1.2%
Monmouth 2,114 0.8%
Ocean 1,554 0.6%
Northampton, PA 1,515 0.5%
Manhattan, NY 1,413 0.5%
Pike, PA 1,218 0.4%
Other 9,785 3.5%
Total Employed in Morris
County 276,965 100%

SOURCE: U.S. Census Bureau, Census 2000


Morris County
Residents' Place of Employment

Other, 3.0%
Hunterdon, 0.5%
Warren, 0.7%
Sussex, 1.1%
Middlesex, 1.8%
Hudson, 2.0%
Union, 3.7%

Somerset, 3.7%

Manhattan, NY, 4.8%

Bergen, 5.0%

Passaic, 5.2% Morris, 57.8%

Essex, 10.6%

This chart depicts the proportion of Morris County residents by their county of employment.

SOURCE: U.S. Census Bureau, Census 2000


Morris County
Workforce's Place of Residence

Northampton, PA,
0.5%
Ocean, 0.6%
Manhattan, NY, 0.5%
Monmouth, 0.8%
Pike, PA, 0.4%
Monroe, PA, 1.2%
Other, 3.5%
Hunterdon, 1.3%

Hudson, 1.8%
Middlesex, 2.4%

Warren, 3.3%

Bergen, 3.5%

Union, 4.0%

Morris, 50.1%
Somerset, 4.3%

Passaic, 5.6%

Sussex, 7.4%

Essex, 8.8%

This chart depicts the proportion of workers in Morris County by their county of residence.

SOURCE: U.S. Census Bureau, Census 2000


Place of Work of Morris County Residents 16 Years of
Age and Over, 2000
Worked in Worked in Worked Outside Worked Outside
Municipality of Total Employed
Municipality of County of County of State of
Residence Residents
Residence Residence Residence Residence
Boonton 822 2,973 1,233 221 4,427
Boonton Twp. 308 1,276 689 160 2,125
Butler 612 1,667 2,089 203 3,959
Chatham Boro. 666 1,615 1,495 951 4,061
Chatham Twp. 550 1,837 2,081 995 4,913
Chester Boro. 156 474 295 25 794
Chester Twp. 467 1,945 1,124 302 3,371
Denville 1,279 4,797 2,457 490 7,744
Dover 1,367 7,293 1,127 217 8,637
East Hanover 1,045 2,634 2,653 362 5,649
Florham Park 805 2,203 1,525 415 4,143
Hanover 1,262 3,963 2,354 347 6,664
Harding 159 610 536 192 1,338
Jefferson 1,471 5,954 3,979 505 10,438
Kinnelon 643 1,787 2,138 534 4,459
Lincoln Park 738 2,059 3,250 351 5,660
Long Hill 694 1,398 2,619 355 4,372
Madison 2,182 4,546 2,354 1,023 7,923
Mendham Boro. 548 1,292 762 161 2,215
Mendham Twp. 254 1,313 739 234 2,286
Mine Hill 101 1,305 452 50 1,807
Montville 1,835 5,269 4,737 1,049 11,055
Morris Twp. 1,642 6,516 3,300 1,098 10,914
Morris Plains 482 1,671 702 222 2,595
Morristown 2,652 7,395 2,285 529 10,209
Mountain Lakes 310 986 560 229 1,775
Mount Arlington 189 1,661 868 86 2,615
Mount Olive 2,199 8,033 4,211 534 12,778
Netcong 136 958 342 62 1,362
Parsippany 6,890 15,329 10,644 1,951 27,924
Pequannock 1,169 2,348 4,006 518 6,872
Randolph 2,114 8,593 3,345 766 12,704
Riverdale 172 504 819 70 1,393
Rockaway Boro. 436 2,609 835 86 3,530
Rockaway Twp. 1,910 7,634 3,999 602 12,235
Roxbury 2,141 8,604 3,417 386 12,407
Victory Gardens 24 685 79 11 775
Washington 1,425 4,720 3,529 409 8,658
Wharton 226 2,281 637 135 3,053
Morris County 42,081 138,737 84,266 16,836 239,839
SOURCE: U.S. Census Bureau, Census 2000
Means of Transportation to Work, 2000
Workers Car,truck, or van - Car,truck, or van - Public Mean travel
Walked Other means Worked at home
Municipality 16 years drove alone carpooled Transportation time to work
and over Number Percent Number Percent Number Percent Number Percent Number Percent Number Percent (Minutes)
Boonton 4,427 3,672 82.9% 348 7.9% 119 2.7% 144 3.3% 28 0.6% 116 2.6% 23.9
Boonton Twp. 2,125 1,695 79.8% 92 4.3% 68 3.2% 40 1.9% 12 0.6% 218 10.3% 28.0
Butler 3,959 3,278 82.8% 340 8.6% 94 2.4% 123 3.1% 29 0.7% 95 2.4% 26.2
Chatham Boro. 4,061 2,835 69.8% 196 4.8% 738 18.2% 95 2.3% 24 0.6% 173 4.3% 32.9
Chatham Twp. 4,913 3,630 73.9% 216 4.4% 725 14.8% 45 0.9% 23 0.5% 274 5.6% 34.5
Chester Boro. 794 600 75.6% 93 11.7% 11 1.4% 49 6.2% 12 1.5% 29 3.7% 28.4
Chester Twp. 3,371 2,692 79.9% 180 5.3% 140 4.2% 27 0.8% 23 0.7% 309 9.2% 39.6
Denville 7,744 6,644 85.8% 438 5.7% 313 4.0% 45 0.6% 36 0.5% 268 3.5% 28.8
Dover 8,637 5,335 61.8% 1,970 22.8% 396 4.6% 270 3.1% 557 6.4% 109 1.3% 22.1
East Hanover 5,649 4,827 85.4% 487 8.6% 169 3.0% 32 0.6% 0 0.0% 134 2.4% 25.0
Florham Park 4,143 3,435 82.9% 167 4.0% 251 6.1% 53 1.3% 47 1.1% 190 4.6% 28.0
Hanover 6,664 5,672 85.1% 550 8.3% 159 2.4% 78 1.2% 14 0.2% 191 2.9% 23.7
Harding 1,338 1,073 80.2% 59 4.4% 102 7.6% 14 1.0% 0 0.0% 90 6.7% 32.1
Jefferson 10,438 9,003 86.3% 863 8.3% 196 1.9% 49 0.5% 74 0.7% 253 2.4% 36.2
Kinnelon 4,459 3,758 84.3% 139 3.1% 203 4.6% 40 0.9% 5 0.1% 314 7.0% 34.1
Lincoln Park 5,660 4,952 87.5% 292 5.2% 160 2.8% 40 0.7% 81 1.4% 135 2.4% 27.3
Long Hill 4,372 3,574 81.7% 246 5.6% 282 6.5% 71 1.6% 8 0.2% 191 4.4% 29.0
Madison 7,923 5,424 68.5% 565 7.1% 732 9.2% 741 9.4% 64 0.8% 397 5.0% 27.2
Mendham Boro. 2,215 1,725 77.9% 171 7.7% 85 3.8% 45 2.0% 0 0.0% 189 8.5% 32.1
Mendham Twp. 2,286 1,897 83.0% 148 6.5% 86 3.8% 5 0.2% 20 0.9% 130 5.7% 35.8
Mine Hill 1,807 1,573 87.1% 187 10.3% 15 0.8% 8 0.4% 7 0.4% 17 0.9% 29.9
Montville 11,055 9,411 85.1% 553 5.0% 556 5.0% 108 1.0% 34 0.3% 393 3.6% 28.3
Morris Twp. 10,914 8,671 79.4% 555 5.1% 779 7.1% 190 1.7% 53 0.5% 666 6.1% 28.7
Morris Plains 2,595 2,068 79.7% 160 6.2% 171 6.6% 38 1.5% 25 1.0% 133 5.1% 27.0
Morristown 10,209 6,629 64.9% 1,520 14.9% 648 6.3% 782 7.7% 411 4.0% 219 2.1% 24.3
Mountain Lakes 1,775 1,337 75.3% 107 6.0% 139 7.8% 23 1.3% 14 0.8% 155 8.7% 31.3
Mount Arlington 2,615 2,309 88.3% 164 6.3% 56 2.1% 7 0.3% 13 0.5% 66 2.5% 33.2
Mount Olive 12,778 10,623 83.1% 1,405 11.0% 198 1.5% 83 0.6% 74 0.6% 395 3.1% 35.8
Netcong 1,362 1,056 77.5% 173 12.7% 41 3.0% 29 2.1% 11 0.8% 52 3.8% 27.8
Parsippany 27,924 23,341 83.6% 2,289 8.2% 1,002 3.6% 467 1.7% 118 0.4% 707 2.5% 25.8
Pequannock 6,872 5,881 85.6% 339 4.9% 298 4.3% 56 0.8% 39 0.6% 259 3.8% 26.5
Randolph 12,704 10,429 82.1% 1,036 8.2% 384 3.0% 90 0.7% 42 0.3% 723 5.7% 31.0
Riverdale 1,393 1,158 83.1% 134 9.6% 48 3.4% 18 1.3% 2 0.1% 33 2.4% 24.9
Rockaway Boro. 3,530 3,030 85.8% 348 9.9% 39 1.1% 67 1.9% 0 0.0% 46 1.3% 26.9
Rockaway Twp. 12,235 10,415 85.1% 1,137 9.3% 248 2.0% 93 0.8% 36 0.3% 306 2.5% 30.7
Roxbury 12,407 10,670 86.0% 1,017 8.2% 165 1.3% 147 1.2% 60 0.5% 348 2.8% 33.7
Victory Gardens 775 562 72.5% 148 19.1% 25 3.2% 27 3.5% 6 0.8% 7 0.9% 22.9
Washington 8,658 7,238 83.6% 540 6.2% 185 2.1% 120 1.4% 95 1.1% 480 5.5% 37.7
Wharton 3,053 2,546 83.4% 337 11.0% 92 3.0% 29 0.9% 14 0.5% 35 1.1% 29.6
Morris County 239,839 194,668 81.2% 19,709 8.2% 10,118 4.2% 4,388 1.8% 2,111 0.9% 8,845 3.7% 29.4

SOURCE: U.S. Census Bureau, Census 2000


Means of Transportation to Work by County, 2000
Workers Car,truck, or van - Car,truck, or van - Public Mean travel
Walked Other means Worked at home
Municipality 16 years drove alone carpooled Transportation time to work
and over Number Percent Number Percent Number Percent Number Percent Number Percent Number Percent (Minutes)
Atlantic County 112,659 82,379 73.1% 12,955 11.5% 8,668 7.7% 4,945 4.4% 1,522 1.4% 2,190 1.9% 23.7
Bergen County 427,462 311,325 72.8% 41,284 9.7% 46,957 11.0% 11,867 2.8% 2,737 0.6% 13,292 3.1% 29.7
Burlington County 207,471 171,595 82.7% 19,187 9.2% 6,099 2.9% 3,318 1.6% 1,488 0.7% 5,784 2.8% 28.2
Camden County 230,408 170,402 74.0% 26,280 11.4% 20,251 8.8% 5,857 2.5% 2,232 1.0% 5,386 2.3% 27.9
Cape May County 44,022 35,252 80.1% 4,142 9.4% 810 1.8% 1,900 4.3% 661 1.5% 1,257 2.9% 23.2
Cumberland County 57,387 44,954 78.3% 7,843 13.7% 1,281 2.2% 1,186 2.1% 887 1.5% 1,236 2.2% 23.1
Essex County 328,214 201,772 61.5% 39,295 12.0% 61,185 18.6% 13,922 4.2% 2,934 0.9% 9,106 2.8% 31.2
Gloucester County 122,267 100,290 82.0% 12,088 9.9% 3,146 2.6% 2,487 2.0% 1,138 0.9% 3,118 2.6% 28.0
Hudson County 264,544 111,109 42.0% 34,519 13.0% 88,926 33.6% 22,637 8.6% 2,709 1.0% 4,644 1.8% 32.6
Hunterdon County 62,359 51,474 82.5% 4,572 7.3% 1,069 1.7% 1,135 1.8% 444 0.7% 3,665 5.9% 33.5
Mercer County 163,257 119,742 73.3% 17,938 11.0% 11,236 6.9% 7,349 4.5% 1,831 1.1% 5,161 3.2% 27.1
Middlesex County 363,176 270,256 74.4% 40,402 11.1% 31,419 8.7% 10,115 2.8% 3,294 0.9% 7,690 2.1% 31.5
Monmouth County 291,938 221,097 75.7% 26,932 9.2% 25,866 8.9% 5,886 2.0% 2,653 0.9% 9,504 3.3% 34.8
Morris County 239,839 194,668 81.2% 19,709 8.2% 10,118 4.2% 4,388 1.8% 2,111 0.9% 8,845 3.7% 29.4
Ocean County 209,328 173,156 82.7% 21,991 10.5% 4,071 1.9% 3,220 1.5% 1,599 0.8% 5,291 2.5% 32.4
Passaic County 210,378 149,839 71.2% 28,352 13.5% 16,944 8.1% 8,134 3.9% 2,616 1.2% 4,493 2.1% 26.4
Salem County 28,748 24,089 83.8% 2,712 9.4% 346 1.2% 630 2.2% 331 1.2% 640 2.2% 24.6
Somerset County 151,284 123,557 81.7% 12,107 8.0% 6,178 4.1% 2,409 1.6% 1,595 1.1% 5,438 3.6% 30.1
Sussex County 72,728 61,033 83.9% 6,836 9.4% 1,046 1.4% 965 1.3% 406 0.6% 2,442 3.4% 38.3
Union County 238,606 169,325 71.0% 27,686 11.6% 25,294 10.6% 7,729 3.2% 2,880 1.2% 5,692 2.4% 28.7
Warren County 50,358 40,989 81.4% 5,469 10.9% 604 1.2% 1,226 2.4% 388 0.8% 1,682 3.3% 33.3
New Jersey 3,876,433 2,828,303 73.0% 412,299 10.6% 371,514 9.6% 121,305 3.1% 36,456 0.9% 106,556 2.7% 30.0

SOURCE: U.S. Census Bureau, Census 2000


Means of Transportation to Work,
Morris County, 2000

Worked at home,
3.7%
Other means, 0.9%
Walked, 1.8%
Public
Transportation,
4.2%
Car,truck, or van -
carpooled, 8.2%

Car,truck, or van -
drove alone, 81.2%

SOURCE: U.S. Census Bureau, Census 2000


Means of Transportation to Work by County, 2008
Workers Car,truck, or van - Car,truck, or van - Public Mean travel
Walked Other means Worked at home
Municipality 16 years drove alone carpooled Transportation time to work
and over Number Percent Number Percent Number Percent Number Percent Number Percent Number Percent (Minutes)
Atlantic County 129,040 99,337 77.0% 12,070 9.4% 7,529 5.8% 5,252 4.1% 2,047 1.6% 2,805 2.2% 23.8
Bergen County 462,125 327,810 70.9% 36,521 7.9% 60,019 13.0% 12,872 2.8% 8,876 1.9% 16,027 3.5% 29.9
Burlington County 225,949 184,823 81.8% 21,155 9.4% 7,136 3.2% 2,429 1.1% 2,423 1.1% 7,983 3.5% 28.5
Camden County 250,303 188,513 75.3% 26,926 10.8% 18,938 7.6% 5,827 2.3% 3,693 1.5% 6,406 2.6% 27.1
Cape May County 46,337 35,735 77.1% 5,786 12.5% 192 0.4% 1,352 2.9% 1,600 3.5% 1,672 3.6% 24.4
Cumberland County 66,797 54,173 81.1% 7,335 11.0% 970 1.5% 1,361 2.0% 1,510 2.3% 1,448 2.2% 23.6
Essex County 354,517 216,861 61.2% 25,880 7.3% 77,031 21.7% 15,803 4.5% 8,446 2.4% 10,496 3.0% 31.8
Gloucester County 145,544 121,304 83.3% 12,525 8.6% 3,124 2.1% 2,513 1.7% 1,854 1.3% 4,224 2.9% 27.8
Hudson County 309,906 124,289 40.1% 28,427 9.2% 117,556 37.9% 27,633 8.9% 5,128 1.7% 6,873 2.2% 33.2
Hunterdon County 67,541 54,538 80.7% 3,941 5.8% 1,825 2.7% 1,396 2.1% 987 1.5% 4,854 7.2% 35.0
Mercer County 177,826 125,921 70.8% 19,033 10.7% 12,387 7.0% 6,631 3.7% 5,649 3.2% 8,205 4.6% 26.7
Middlesex County 396,003 293,609 74.1% 35,946 9.1% 37,219 9.4% 11,803 3.0% 3,495 0.9% 13,931 3.5% 31.9
Monmouth County 327,832 238,257 72.7% 36,810 11.2% 25,246 7.7% 9,973 3.0% 4,665 1.4% 12,881 3.9% 33.4
Morris County 258,735 208,899 80.7% 17,609 6.8% 12,005 4.6% 5,262 2.0% 4,738 1.8% 10,222 4.0% 29.8
Ocean County 247,527 203,429 82.2% 22,016 8.9% 6,553 2.6% 4,252 1.7% 3,001 1.2% 8,276 3.3% 31.0
Passaic County 226,845 160,188 70.6% 20,887 9.2% 20,856 9.2% 9,619 4.2% 10,419 4.6% 4,876 2.1% 27.5
Salem County 30,894 25,003 80.9% 3,826 12.4% 251 0.8% 384 1.2% 495 1.6% 935 3.0% 41.1
Somerset County 166,570 124,258 74.6% 21,620 13.0% 8,584 5.2% 3,478 2.1% 1,676 1.0% 6,954 4.2% 31.5
Sussex County 80,417 68,701 85.4% 4,474 5.6% 1,177 1.5% 1,472 1.8% 1,138 1.4% 3,455 4.3% 36.9
Union County 258,564 171,543 66.3% 23,145 9.0% 23,139 8.9% 11,837 4.6% 21,247 8.2% 7,653 3.0% 26.9
Warren County 56,158 45,148 80.4% 6,174 11.0% 1,317 2.3% 1,418 2.5% 74 0.1% 2,027 3.6% 35.7
New Jersey 4,285,430 3,072,339 71.7% 392,106 9.1% 443,054 10.3% 142,567 3.3% 93,161 2.2% 142,203 3.3% 30.1

SOURCE: U.S. Census Bureau, 2008 American Community Survey


Table updated as of September 29, 2009
Means of Transportation to Work,
Morris County, 2008

Worked at home,
4.0%
Other means, 1.8%
Walked, 2.0%
Public
Transportation,
4.6%
Car,truck, or van -
carpooled, 6.8%

Car,truck, or van -
drove alone, 80.7%

SOURCE: U.S. Census Bureau, 2008 American Community Survey


Chart updated as of September 29, 2009
Total Area, Water Area and Land Area, 2000
Total Area Water Area Land Area
Municipality
(Sq. Miles) (Sq. Miles) (Sq. Miles)
Boonton 2.47 0.12 2.35
Boonton Twp. 8.59 0.16 8.42
Butler 2.09 0.02 2.08
Chatham Boro. 2.41 0 2.41
Chatham Twp. 9.35 0.02 9.33
Chester Boro. 1.54 0 1.54
Chester Twp. 29.34 0.01 29.33
Denville 12.63 0.52 12.11
Dover 2.70 0.03 2.68
East Hanover 8.16 0 8.16
Florham Park 7.45 0.02 7.43
Hanover 10.69 0.03 10.66
Harding 20.47 0.04 20.44
Jefferson 43.04 2.41 40.63
Kinnelon 18.82 0.93 17.89
Lincoln Park 6.97 0.24 6.73
Long Hill 12.08 0 12.08
Madison 4.20 0 4.20
Mendham Boro. 6.04 0.02 6.02
Mendham Twp. 17.98 0.12 17.86
Mine Hill 3.01 0.01 2.99
Montville 19.13 0.26 18.87
Morris Twp. 15.81 0.05 15.76
Morris Plains 2.62 0.02 2.59
Morristown 3.00 0.06 2.94
Mountain Lakes 2.89 0.22 2.67
Mount Arlington 2.83 0.72 2.11
Mount Olive 31.06 0.70 30.35
Netcong 0.90 0.06 0.84
Parsippany 25.42 1.48 23.94
Pequannock 7.21 0.14 7.07
Randolph 21.08 0.12 20.96
Riverdale 2.07 0.01 2.06
Rockaway Boro. 2.11 0.02 2.09
Rockaway Twp. 45.99 3.17 42.82
Roxbury 21.90 0.53 21.37
Victory Gardens 0.15 0 0.15
Washington 44.86 0 44.86
Wharton 2.21 0.03 2.19
Morris County 481.29 12.29 468.99

SOURCE: U.S. Census Bureau, Census 2000


Net Taxable Value - Morris County, 2008
Classification Value Parcels Acreage
Vacant Land $1,381,625,253 10,224 36,683
Residential $58,531,708,780 148,763 101,504
Farm (Regular) $707,167,600 745 1,688
Farm (Qualified) $13,475,848 1,402 29,719
Commercial $11,302,776,261 6,732 17,045
Industrial $2,750,615,100 1,022 8,510
Apartment $2,024,833,900 386 2,298

SOURCE: Morris County Real Property Tax Records, August 14, 2008
NOTE: Acreage for the Residential tax classification is calculated based on Morris County GIS land area
estimates.
Generalized Zoning, August 20, 2008

Categorized Zoning Countywide

Large Lot Single Family (> = 3 acres)


Medium Lot Single Family (1 acre to < 3 acres)
Small Lot Single Family (< 1 acre)
Low Density Multi-Family (< = 4 units/acre)
Medium Density Multi-Family (> 4 units/acre to 10 units/acre)
JEFFERSON
High Density Multi-Family (> 10 units/acre) TOWNSHIP BUTLER
BOROUGH
Retail/Service RIVERDALE
BOROUGH
Commercial/Private Recreation KINNELON BOROUGH

Commercial/Industrial PEQUANNOCK
ROCKAWAY
TOWNSHIP
Public/Institutional TOWNSHIP

Mixed Use
BOONTON
MOUNT TOWNSHIP
ARLINGTON LINCOLN PARK
BOROUGH
MONTVILLE
TOWNSHIP
BOONTON
NETCONG WHARTON
ROCKAWAY TOWN
BOROUGH BOROUGH
BOROUGHDENVILLE
MT. LAKES
DOVER TOWNSHIP
BOROUGH
MINE HILL TOWN
ROXBURY TOWNSHIP
MT. OLIVE TOWNSHIP VICTORY
TOWNSHIP GARDENS PARSIPPANY-TROY
BOROUGH HILLS TOWNSHIP

RANDOLPH TOWNSHIP
MORRIS PLAINS
BOROUGH

HANOVER EAST HANOVER


TOWNSHIP TOWNSHIP
MORRIS
TOWNSHIP
MENDHAM MORRISTOWN
TOWNSHIP TOWN
WASHINGTON CHESTER
TOWNSHIP BOROUGH
FLORHAM PARK
BOROUGH

CHESTER
TOWNSHIP MENDHAM MADISON
BOROUGH BOROUGH

HARDING CHATHAM
TOWNSHIP BOROUGH
CHATHAM
TOWNSHIP

LONG HILL
0 5 Miles TOWNSHIP

The information contained on this map is used to locate, identify and inventory parcels of land in Morris County for
deliberative, advisory, and consultative purposes ONLY, and is NOT to be construed or used as a legal description.
Map information is believed to be accurate, but accuracy is not guaranteed. Any errors or omissions should be reported
to the Morris County Department of Planning, Development & Technology. In no event will Morris County be liable for
any damages, including loss of data, lost profits, business interruption, loss of business information or other pecuniary loss
that might arise from the use of this map or the information it contains. For the most recent and accurate zoning map, please
contact the municipality.
Generalized Zoning, Morris County, 2008
Square
Miles Acres Percentage
Large Lot Single Family (> = 3 acres) 152.0 97,273 31.8%
Medium Lot Single Family (1 acre to < 3 acres) 80.0 51,208 16.7%
Small Lot Single Family (< 1 acre) 108.4 69,350 22.7%
Low Density Multi-Family (< = 4 units/acre) 8.3 5,326 1.7%
Medium Density Multi-Family (> 4 units/acre to 10 units/acre) 7.5 4,779 1.6%
High Density Multi-Family (> 10 units/acre) 3.9 2,496 0.8%
Retail/Service 11.2 7,198 2.4%
Commercial/Industrial 41.6 26,643 8.7%
Commercial/Private Recreation 3.2 2,075 0.7%
Public/Institutional 59.5 38,087 12.4%
Mixed Use 2.4 1,524 0.5%
TOTAL 478.1 305,960 100.0%

SOURCE: Morris County Department of Planning, Development & Technology


NOTE: Total zoned area is less than the total area of Morris County due to the fact that some municipalities
do not zone highways and water bodies.
Generalized Zoning, Morris County, 2008

Mixed Use
0.5%
Public/Institutional
12.4%

Commercial/Private
Recreation Large Lot Single Family
0.7% (> = 3 acres)
31.8%
Commercial/Industrial
8.7%

Retail/Service
2.4%
High Density Multi-Family
(> 10 units/acre)
0.8%
Medium Density Multi-
Family
(> 4 units/acre to 10 units/acre)
1.6%
Low Density Multi-Family
(< = 4 units/acre)
1.7% Medium Lot Single Family
Small Lot Single Family (1 acre to < 3 acres)
(< 1 acre) 16.7%
22.7%

SOURCE:
Morris County Department of Planning, Development & Technology
GLOSSARY
(All terms & explanations are derived from the U.S. Census Bureau)

SUBJECT DEFINITIONS

Age - The age classification is based on the age of the person in complete years as of
April 1, 2000. The age of the person usually was derived from their date of birth
information.

Average Family Size - Obtained by dividing the number of people in families by the
total number of families (or family householders).

Average Household Size - Obtained by dividing the number of people in households


by the total number of households (or householders).

Average Household Size of Owner-Occupied Units - Obtained by dividing the


number of people in owner-occupied housing units by the total number of owner-
occupied housing units.

Average Household Size of Renter-Occupied Units - Obtained by dividing the


number of people in renter-occupied housing units by the total number of renter-
occupied housing units.

Child - A child includes a son or daughter by birth, a stepchild, or an adopted child of


the householder, regardless of the child's age or marital status.

Family Household (Family) - A family includes a householder and one or more people
living in the same household whom are related to the householder by birth, marriage, or
adoption. All people in a household who are related to the householder are regarded as
members of his or her family. A family household may contain people not related to the
householder, but those people are not included as part of the householder's family in
census tabulations.

Female householder, No Husband Present - A female maintaining a household with


no husband of the householder present.

Group Quarters Population - The group quarters population includes all people not
living in households. Two general categories are recognized: 1) the institutionalized
population which includes people under formally authorized supervised care or custody
in institutions at the time of enumeration (such as correctional facilities, nursing homes,
and juvenile institutions) and 2) the non-institutionalized population which includes all
people who live in group quarters other than institutions ( college dormitories, military
quarters, and group homes).

Hispanic or Latino - People who identify with the terms "Hispanic" or "Latino" are those
who classify themselves in one of the specific Hispanic or Latino categories listed on the
questionnaire- "Mexican," "Puerto Rican," or" Cuban"- as well as those who indicate that
they are "other Spanish, Hispanic, or Latino." Origin can be viewed as the heritage,
nationality group, lineage, or country of birth of the person or the person's parents or
ancestors before their arrival in the United States. People who identify their origin as
Spanish, Hispanic, or Latino may be of any race.
Household - A household includes all of the people who occupy a housing unit. People
not living in households are classified as living in group quarters.

Householder - In most cases, the householder is the person, or one of the people, in
whose name the home is owned, being bought, or rented and who is listed as person 1
on the census questionnaire. If there is not such person in the household, any adult
household member 15 years old and over could be designated as the householder.

Housing Unit - A housing unit may be a house, an apartment, a mobile home, a group
of rooms, or a single room that is occupied (or if vacant, is intended for occupancy) as
separate living quarters. Separate living quarters are those in which the occupants live
separately from any other individuals in the building and which have direct access from
outside the building or through a common hall.

Institutionalized Population - The institutionalized population includes people under


formally authorized, supervised care or custody in institutions at the time of
enumeration.

Married-Couple Family - A family in which the householder and his or her spouse are
enumerated as members of the same household.

Median Age - The median divides the age distribution into two equal parts, one-half the
cases falling below the median age and one-half above the median. This measure is
rounded to the nearest tenth.

Non-family Household - A householder living alone or with non-relatives only.

Non-institutionalized Population -All people who live in group quarters not in


institutions. Also included are staff residing at residential group quarters.

Non-relative - Any household member who is not related to the householder by birth,
marriage, or adoption, including foster children.

Occupied Housing Unit - A housing unit is classified occupied if it is the usual place of
residence of the person or group of people living in it at the time of enumeration, or if
the occupants are only temporarily absent; that is away on vacation or business.

Other Relative - Any household member related to the householder by birth, marriage,
or adoption, but not included specifically in another relationship category.

Own Child - A child under 18 years old who is a son or daughter by birth, marriage (a
stepchild), or adoption. For 100-percent tabulations, own children consist of all
sons/daughters of householders who are under 18 years of age. For sample data, own
children consist of sons/daughters of householders who are under 18 years of age and
who have never been married, therefore, numbers of own children of householders may
be different in these two tabulations.

Owner-Occupied Housing Unit - A housing unit is owner-occupied if the owner or co-


owner lives in the unit even if it is mortgaged or not fully paid for.
Renter-Occupied Housing Unit - All occupied housing units which are not owner
occupied, whether they are rented for cash rent or occupied without payment of cash
rent, are classified as renter-occupied. Housing units in "continuing care" or life care
facilities are included in the "rented for cash rent" category.

Seasonal, Recreational, or Occasional Housing Unit - These units include vacant


units used or intended for use only in certain seasons, for weekends, or other
occasional use throughout the year. Interval ownership units, sometimes called shared
ownership or timesharing condominiums are included in this category.

Sex - Based on self-reporting gender, either male or female.

Spouse - A person who is married to and living with the householder. This category
includes people in formal marriages, as well as people in common-law marriages.

Vacant Housing Units - A housing unit is vacant if no one is living in it at the time of
enumeration, unless its occupants are only temporarily absent. Units temporarily
occupied at the time of enumeration entirely by people who have a usual residence
elsewhere are also classified as vacant.

DERIVED MEASURES

Average - See "Mean"

Interpolation - Interpolation frequently is used in calculating medians based on interval


data and in approximating standard errors from tables. Linear interpolation is used to
estimate values of a function between two known values. This form of interpolation is
used to calculate median age.

Mean - This measure represents an arithmetic average of a set of values. The mean is
derived by dividing the sum, (or aggregate) of a group of numerical items by the total
number of items in that group.

Median -This measure represents the middle value (if n is odd) or the average of the
two middle values (if n is even) in an ordered list of n data values. The median divides
the total frequency distribution into two equal parts: one-half the cases falling below the
median and one-half above.

Percentage - This measure is calculated by taking the number of items in a group


possessing a characteristic of interest and dividing by the total number of items in that
group, and then multiplying by 100.

Rate - This is a measure of occurrences in a given period of time divided by the number
of possible number of occurrences during that period. Rates are sometimes presented
as percentages.
RACE TERMINOLOGY

Race - The concept of race as used by the Census Bureau reflects self-identification by
people according to the race or races with which they most closely identify. These
categories are sociopolitical constructs and should not be interpreted as being scientific
or anthropological in nature. Furthermore, the race categories include both racial and
national-origin groups.

The racial classifications used by the Census Bureau adhere to the October 30, 1997,
Federal Register Notice entitled, "Revisions to the Standards for the Classification of
Federal Data on Race and Ethnicity" issued by the Office of Management and Budget
(OMB). These standards govern the categories used to collect and present federal data
on race and ethnicity. The OMB requires five minimum categories (American Indian and
Alaska Native, Asian, Black or African American, Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific
Islander, and White) for race. The race category "Some other race" was later added
with OMB approval. IN addition to the five race groups, the OMB also states that the
respondents should be offered the option of selecting one or more races.

If an individual could not provide a race response, the race(s) of the householder, or
other household members were assigned by the computer using specific rules of
precedence of household relationship. For example, if race was missing for a natural-
born child in the household, then either the race(s) of the householder, another born
child, or the spouse of the householder were assigned. If race was not reported for
anyone, the race or races of a householder in a previously possessed household were
assigned.

White - A person having origins in any of the original peoples of Europe, the Middle
East, or North Africa. It includes people who indicate their race as "White" or report
entries such as Irish, German, Italian, Lebanese, Near Easterner, Arab, or Polish.

Black or African American - A person having origins in any of the black racial groups
of Africa. It includes people who indicate their race as "Black, African Am., or Negro," or
provide written entries such as African American, Afro-American, Kenyan, or Haitian.

American Indian and Alaska Native - A person having origins in any of the original
peoples of North and South America (including Central America), and who maintain
tribal affiliation or community attachment. It includes people who classify themselves as
described below.

Asian - A person having origins in any of the original peoples of the Far East, Southeast
Asia, or the Indian subcontinent including, for example, Cambodia, China, India, Japan,
Korea, Malaysia, Pakistan, the Philippine islands, Thailand, and Vietnam. It includes
"Asian Indian," "Chinese," "Filipino," "Korean," "Japanese," "Vietnamese," and "Other
Asian."

Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander - A person having origins in any of the
original peoples of Hawaii, Guam, Samoa, or other Pacific Islands. It includes people
who indicate their race as "Native Hawaiian," "Guaman or Chamorro," "Samoan," and
"Other Pacific Islander."
Some Other Race - Includes all other responses not included in the previous five races
categories described above. Respondents providing write-in entries such as multiracial,
mixed, and interracial, or a Hispanic/Latino group (for example, Mexican, Puerto Rican,
Cuban) in the "Some other race" category are included in this category.

Two or More Races - People may have chosen to provide two or more races wither by
checking two or more race response check boxes and write-in responses. The race
response categories shown on the questionnaire are collapsed into the five minimum
race groups identified by the OMB, and the Census Bureau "Some other race" category.
For data product purposes, "Two or more races" refers to combinations of two or more
of the following race categories:

White
Black or African American
American Indian and Alaska Native
Asian
Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander
Some other race
Notes and Corrections

It is important for data users to understand that the U.S. Census Bureau utilized methodologies for post-2000
Census population and demographic estimates that differ from those used for the 2000 Census. The 2000
Census is based on the results of two Census forms: the "100% Characteristics" short form that was sent to all
households and the more detailed "Sample Characteristics" long form that was sent to one in every six
households (the rate varied by geographic area). The population estimates released as part of the annual
Population Estimates Program utilized a methodology that involved updating population information from the
most recent census with information found in the annual administrative records of federal and state agencies.
These records include tax records, Medicare records, vital statistics (births and deaths), and information about
group quarters such as college dorms or prisons. The demographic data released annually as part of the
American Community Survey (ACS) is based on a different sample size and sample methodology than that
used by the 2000 Census long form. The ACS data has a margin of error that varies by geographic area.
There are global differences that exist between the 2007 ACS and Census 2000. These include differences in
residence rules, universes, and reference periods. For example, the 2007 ACS uses a "two-month" residence
rule - defined as anyone living for more than two months in the sample unit when the unit is interviewed
whereas the 2000 Census used a "usual residence" rule - defined as the place where a person lives or stays
most of the time.

The U.S. Census Bureau revised total population and housing unit counts for the 1970, 1980, 1990, and 2000
Census for some municipalities and counties. However, the more detailed data were not revised (e.g.,
populations by age, race, sex, etc.). The tables and graphs featuring total population and housing unit counts
utilize the revised Census figures. In order to maintain consistency, the tables and graphs featuring the more
detailed data contain the original Census numbers so that calculated percentages will equal 100% and the sum
of the numbers will equal the totals.

Approximately two years after the initial release of the 2000 Census, the U.S. Census Bureau released revised
population and housing unit counts under the Count Question Resolution (CQR) Program. The CQR figures
are considered to be the official counts by the U.S. Census Bureau. However, in the years since the release of
the CQR data, the U.S. Census Bureau has made further revisions to the 2000 Census as part of its annual
Population Estimates Program as well as to address jurisdictional annexations. These post-CQR figures are
not considered by the U.S. Census Bureau to be official and are used in order to develop annual post-Census
population estimates. The Morris County Data Book utilizes these post-CQR figures subject to the same
restrictions as described in the paragraph above. As of the date of this publication, the most recent post-CQR
housing unit counts have not been released at the municipal level, therefore, for tables that include municipal
level data, only the new population counts have been included. However, since post-CQR housing unit and
population counts have been released at the state and county level, this data has been included in those charts
that feature state and county level data (again, subject to the same restrictions as described in the above
paragraph).
Notes and Corrections (Continued)
Unoffical Post-CQR Census 2000 Population and Housing Units
Original Tabulation Post-CQR
CQR Corrected Counts
Counts Estimates
Area Name Total Total Total
Housing Total Housing Total Housing Total
Units Population* Units Population* Units Population*
Boonton Twp. 1,510 4,287 n/c n/c n/a 4,260
Chatham Boro. 3,232 8,460 n/c n/c n/a 8,407
Chatham Twp. 4,019 10,086 n/c n/c n/a 10,141
Chester Boro. 627 1,635 n/c n/c n/a 1,643
Chester Twp. 2,377 7,282 n/c n/c n/a 7,274
Dover 5,568 18,188 n/c n/c n/a 18,113
East Hanover 3,895 11,393 n/c n/c n/a 11,381
Florham Park 3,342 8,857 n/c 10,296 n/a 10,294
Hanover 4,818 12,898 n/c n/c n/a 12,896
Harding 1,243 3,180 n/c n/c n/a 3,217
Jefferson 7,527 19,717 n/c n/c n/a 19,626
Lincoln Park 4,110 10,930 n/c n/c n/a 10,912
Madison 5,641 16,530 n/c 15,460 n/a 15,422
Mendham Boro. 1,828 5,097 n/c n/c n/a 5,115
Mendham Twp. 1,849 5,400 n/c n/c n/a 5,383
Montville 7,541 20,839 n/c n/c n/a 20,884
Morris Twp. 8,298 21,796 n/c 21,427 n/a 21,266
Morris Plains 1,994 5,236 n/c n/c n/a 5,622
Morristown 7,615 18,544 n/c n/c n/a 18,717
Mount Arlington 2,039 4,663 n/c n/c n/a 4,662
Netcong 1,043 2,580 1,422 3,236 n/a 3,238
Parsippany 20,066 50,649 n/c n/c n/a 50,263
Randolph 8,903 24,847 n/c n/c n/a 24,878
Rockaway Twp. 8,506 22,930 n/c n/c n/a 22,973
Roxbury Twp. 8,550 23,883 8,171 23,227 n/a 23,317
Victory Gardens 588 1,546 n/c n/c n/a 1,549
Burlington County 161,311 423,394 161,310 423,391 161,311 423,393
Camden County 199,679 508,932 n/c n/c 199,208 507,914
Cumberland County 52,863 146,438 n/c n/c 52,862 146,434
Essex County 301,011 793,633 n/c 792,305 301,013 792,311
Gloucester County 95,054 254,673 n/c n/c 95,526 255,694
Middlesex County 273,637 750,162 n/c n/c 273,641 750,172
Monmouth County 240,884 615,301 n/c n/c 240,881 615,296
Passaic County 170,048 489,049 n/c 490,377 170,047 490,374
Salem County 26,158 64,285 n/c n/c 26,159 64,289
Somerset County 112,023 297,490 n/c n/c 112,024 n/c
Sussex County 56,528 144,166 n/c n/c 56,527 144,165
Warren County 41,157 102,437 n/c n/c 41,158 102,438
New Jersey 3,310,275 8,414,350 3,310,274 8,414,347 3,310,279 8,414,360

n/c = no change
n/a = not applicable, no municipal level housing unit corrections were made post-CQR
Table updated as of September 29, 2009
Notes and Corrections (Continued)
The following are the official Census numbers as corrected by the U.S. Census Bureau:

Corrected Census 2000 Population and Housing Units


Original Tabulation
Corrected Count Change
Counts
Area Name Total Total Total
Housing Total Housing Total Housing Total
Units Population* Units Population* Units Population*
Florham Park 3,342 8,857 3,342 10,296 0 1,439
Madison 5,641 16,530 5,641 15,460 0 -1,070
Morris Twp. 8,298 21,796 8,298 21,427 0 -369
Netcong 1,043 2,580 1,422 3,236 379 656
Roxbury Twp. 8,550 23,883 8,171 23,227 -379 -656
Burlington County 161,311 423,394 161,310 423,391 -1 -3
Essex County 301,011 793,633 301,011 792,305 0 -1,328
Passaic County 170,048 489,049 170,048 490,377 0 1,328
New Jersey 3,310,275 8,414,350 3,310,274 8,414,347 -1 -3

Corrected Census 1990 Population and Housing Units


Original Tabulation
Corrected Count Change
Counts
Area Name Total Total Total
Housing Total Housing Total Housing Total
Units Population* Units Population* Units Population*
Washington Twp. (Morris) 5,125 15,592 5,128 15,600 3 8
Essex County 298,710 778,206 298,621 777,964 -89 -242
Hunterdon County 39,987 107,776 39,997 107,802 10 26
Middlesex County 250,174 671,780 250,182 671,811 8 31
Monmouth County 218,408 553,124 218,400 553,093 -8 -31
Morris County 155,745 421,353 155,748 421,361 3 8
Passaic County 162,512 453,060 162,601 453,302 89 242
Somerset County 92,653 240,279 92,640 240,245 -13 -34

Corrected Census 1980 Population and Housing Units


Original Tabulation
Corrected Count Change
Counts
Area Name Total Total Total
Housing Total Housing Total Housing Total
Units Population* Units Population* Units Population*
Essex County 317,230 851,116 317,329 851,304 99 188
New Jersey 2,772,149 7,364,823 2,772,248 7,365,011 99 188
Notes and Corrections (Continued)
Corrected Census 1970 Population and Housing Units
Original Tabulation
Corrected Count Change
Counts
Area Name Total Total Total
Housing Total Housing Total Housing Total
Units Population* Units Population* Units Population*
Bergen County 283,692 898,012 283,311 897,148 -381 -864
Essex County 311,615 929,986 312,479 932,526 864 2,540
Hudson County 214,749 609,266 214,338 607,839 -411 -1,427
Mercer County 96,430 303,968 96,430 304,116 0 148
Monmouth County 149,920 459,379 150,469 461,849 549 2,470
Warren County 24,907 73,879 24,964 73,960 57 81
New Jersey 2,388,011 7,168,164 2,388,689 7,171,112 678 2,948
*Population counts include population from housing units and group quarters, where applicable.
NOTE: Corrected 1970 New Jersey housing unit count is unofficial.
SOURCE: U.S. Census Bureau