Morris County Data Book

Compiled by:
Morris County Department of Planning & Development
County of Morris, New Jersey

Last Revised: October 7, 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

Butler

Jefferson

Riverdale

Kinnelon
Pequannock
Rockaway
Township
Boonton
Township
Montville
Netcong

Boonton
Town

Mount Arlington
Wharton
Roxbury

Dover

Rockaway
Borough
Denville Mountain Lakes

Mine Hill
Victory Gardens

Mount Olive

Parsippany-Troy Hills
Randolph
Morris Plains
Hanover

Washington

Chester
Borough

Chester
Township

Mendham
Township

Mendham
Borough

Morristown

Morris Township

Florham Park
Madison

Harding
Chatham
Township

Long Hill

0

5Miles

East Hanover

Chatham
Borough

Lincoln Park

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 - 2009
Population Estimates, 2009
Population Forecasts, 2010 - 2035
Population Projections by County, 2011 to 2025
Population by Race and Hispanic Origin, 2000
Population by Race and Hispanic Origin, 2009
Population by Race and Hispanic Origin in 2009 for Morris County
Population by Race and Hispanic Origin in 2009 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, 1998 - 2009
New Housing Units Authorized by Building Permit, 1998 - 2009 (Chart)
New Housing Units Authorized by Building Permit, 2009
One and Two Family Building Permits, 2009 (Map)
Multi-Family Building Permits, 2009 (Map)
Housing Unit Density, 2000
Housing Unit Growth by County, 1970 - 2009
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 2009 for Morris County
Family Income in 1999 and 2009 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, 2009
Median Household Income by County, 2009 (Chart)
Top 25 U.S. Counties by Income, 2009

TABLE OF CONTENTS (continued)
EDUCATION
School Enrollment, 2009-2010 School Year by School District
Racial Breakdown of Students by School District, Fall 2009
Fall School Enrollments by School District, 2004 - 2009
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, 2009
Educational Attainment by County, 2009, 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. 2009
Annual Average Labor Force Estimates, 2009
Top Employers in Morris County, 2010
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, 2009
Means of Transportation to Work, Morris County, 2009 (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
Boonton
Boonton Twp.
Butler
Chatham Boro.
Chatham Twp.
Chester Boro.
Chester Twp.
Denville
Dover
East Hanover
Florham Park
Hanover
Harding
Jefferson
Kinnelon
Lincoln Park
Long Hill
Madison
Mendham Boro.
Mendham Twp.
Mine Hill
Montville
Morris Twp.
Morris Plains
Morristown
Mountain Lakes
Mount Arlington
Mount Olive
Netcong
Parsippany
Pequannock
Randolph
Riverdale
Rockaway Boro.
Rockaway Twp.
Roxbury
Victory Gardens
Washington
Wharton

1920
5,372
684
2,886
2,421
736
1,195
1,205
9,803
570
8,531
1,226
2,373
5,523
969
699
1,515
2,824
12,548
213
1,008
1,800
2,291
2,509
2,655
3,506
2,976
1,779
2,877

1930
6,866
623
3,392
3,869
1,115
1,453
2,162
10,031
946
1,269
2,516
1,206
1,254
428
1,831
2,149
7,481
1,278
1,003
1,422
2,467
5,565
1,713
15,197
2,132
306
1,235
2,097
6,631
2,104
2,165
1,052
3,132
3,178
3,879
1,615
3,683

1940
6,739
817
3,351
4,888
2,026
650
874
3,117
10,491
1,579
1,609
2,812
1,565
1,548
745
2,186
2,664
7,944
1,343
1,079
1,541
3,207
6,107
2,018
15,270
2,205
456
1,526
2,157
10,976
2,856
2,160
1,110
3,514
2,423
4,455
1,870
3,854

1950
7,163
1,155
4,050
7,391
2,825
754
1,297
6,055
11,174
2,151
2,385
3,756
1,970
2,744
1,350
3,376
3,429
10,417
1,724
1,380
1,951
4,159
7,432
2,707
17,124
2,806
639
2,597
2,284
15,290
5,254
4,293
1,352
3,812
4,418
5,707
2,147
3,853

1960
7,981
1,998
5,414
9,517
5,931
1,074
2,107
10,632
13,034
4,379
7,222
9,329
2,683
6,884
4,431
6,048
5,537
15,122
2,371
2,256
3,362
6,772
12,092
4,703
17,712
4,037
1,246
3,807
2,765
25,557
10,553
7,295
2,596
5,413
10,356
9,983
1,085
3,330
5,006

1970
9,261
3,070
7,051
9,566
8,093
1,299
4,265
14,045
15,039
7,734
8,094
10,700
3,249
14,122
7,600
9,034
7,393
16,710
3,729
3,697
3,557
11,846
19,414
5,540
17,662
4,739
3,590
10,394
2,858
55,112
14,350
13,296
2,729
6,383
18,955
15,754
1,027
6,962
5,535

1980
8,620
3,273
7,616
8,537
8,883
1,433
5,198
14,380
14,681
9,319
9,359
11,846
3,236
16,413
7,770
8,806
7,275
15,357
4,899
4,488
3,325
14,290
18,486
5,305
16,614
4,153
4,251
18,748
3,557
49,868
13,776
17,828
2,530
6,852
19,850
18,878
1,043
11,402
5,485

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

1990*
8,343
3,566
7,392
8,007
9,361
1,214
5,958
13,812
15,115
9,926
8,521
11,538
3,640
17,825
8,470
10,978
7,826
15,850
4,890
4,537
3,333
15,600
19,952
5,219
16,189
3,847
3,630
21,282
3,311
48,478
12,844
19,974
2,370
6,243
19,572
20,429
1,314
15,600
5,405

2000*
8,496
4,260
7,420
8,407
10,141
1,643
7,274
15,824
18,113
11,381
10,294
12,896
3,217
19,626
9,365
10,912
8,777
15,422
5,115
5,383
3,679
20,884
21,266
5,622
18,717
4,256
4,662
24,193
3,238
50,263
13,888
24,878
2,498
6,473
22,973
23,317
1,549
17,592
6,298

Total Population and Population Density, 1990 and 2000*
Municipality
Boonton
Boonton Twp.
Butler
Chatham Boro.
Chatham Twp.
Chester Boro.
Chester Twp.
Denville
Dover
East Hanover
Florham Park
Hanover
Harding
Jefferson
Kinnelon
Lincoln Park
Long Hill
Madison
Mendham Boro.
Mendham Twp.
Mine Hill
Montville
Morris Twp.
Morris Plains
Morristown
Mountain Lakes
Mount Arlington
Mount Olive
Netcong
Parsippany
Pequannock
Randolph
Riverdale
Rockaway Boro.
Rockaway Twp.
Roxbury
Victory Gardens
Washington
Wharton
Morris County

Total Population
1990
8,343
3,566
7,392
8,007
9,361
1,214
5,958
13,812
15,115
9,926
8,521
11,538
3,640
17,825
8,470
10,978
7,826
15,850
4,890
4,537
3,333
15,600
19,952
5,219
16,189
3,847
3,630
21,282
3,311
48,478
12,844
19,974
2,370
6,243
19,572
20,429
1,314
15,600
5,405
421,361

2000
8,496
4,260
7,420
8,407
10,141
1,643
7,274
15,824
18,113
11,381
10,294
12,896
3,217
19,626
9,365
10,912
8,777
15,422
5,115
5,383
3,679
20,884
21,266
5,622
18,717
4,256
4,662
24,193
3,238
50,263
13,888
24,878
2,498
6,473
22,973
23,317
1,549
17,592
6,298
470,212

Change
Numeric
153
694
28
400
780
429
1,316
2,012
2,998
1,455
1,773
1,358
-423
1,801
895
-66
951
-428
225
846
346
5,284
1,314
403
2,528
409
1,032
2,911
-73
1,785
1,044
4,904
128
230
3,401
2,888
235
1,992
893
48,851

Percent
1.8%
19.5%
0.4%
5.0%
8.3%
35.3%
22.1%
14.6%
19.8%
14.7%
20.8%
11.8%
-11.6%
10.1%
10.6%
-0.6%
12.2%
-2.7%
4.6%
18.6%
10.4%
33.9%
6.6%
7.7%
15.6%
10.6%
28.4%
13.7%
-2.2%
3.7%
8.1%
24.6%
5.4%
3.7%
17.4%
14.1%
17.9%
12.8%
16.5%
11.6%

Land Area Population per Square
Mile
in Square
1990
2000
Miles
2.35
3,550
3,615
8.42
424
506
2.08
3,554
3,567
2.41
3,322
3,488
9.33
1,003
1,087
1.54
788
1,067
29.33
203
248
12.11
1,141
1,307
2.68
5,640
6,759
8.16
1,216
1,395
7.43
1,147
1,385
10.66
1,082
1,210
20.44
178
157
40.63
439
483
17.89
473
523
6.73
1,631
1,621
12.08
648
727
4.2
3,774
3,672
6.02
812
850
17.86
254
301
2.99
1,115
1,230
18.87
827
1,107
15.76
1,266
1,349
2.59
2,015
2,171
2.94
5,506
6,366
2.67
1,441
1,594
2.11
1,720
2,209
30.35
701
797
0.84
3,942
3,855
23.94
2,025
2,100
7.07
1,817
1,964
20.96
953
1,187
2.06
1,150
1,213
2.09
2,987
3,097
42.82
457
537
21.37
956
1,091
0.15
8,760
10,327
44.86
348
392
2.19
2,468
2,876
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%

Butler

Jefferson

Riverdale

Kinnelon

25% - 35.3%

Pequannock
Rockaway
Township
Boonton
Township
Montville
Netcong

Boonton
Town

Mount Arlington
Wharton
Roxbury

Mine Hill

Dover

Lincoln Park

Rockaway
Borough
Denville Mountain Lakes

Victory Gardens

Mount Olive

Parsippany-Troy Hills
Randolph
Morris Plains
Hanover

Washington

Chester
Borough

Chester
Township

Mendham
Township

Mendham
Borough

East Hanover

Morristown

Morris Township

Florham Park
Madison

Harding
Chatham
Township

Chatham
Borough

Long Hill

0

5 Miles
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

6,000 - 10,327

Riverdale

Kinnelon
Pequannock
Rockaway
Township
Boonton
Township
Montville

Netcong

Boonton
Town

Mount Arlington
Wharton
Roxbury

Dover

Lincoln Park

Rockaway
Borough
Denville Mountain Lakes

Mine Hill
Victory Gardens

Mount Olive

Parsippany-Troy Hills
Randolph
Morris Plains
Hanover

Washington

Chester
Borough

Chester
Township

Mendham
Township

Mendham
Borough

East Hanover

Morristown

Morris Township

Florham Park
Madison

Harding
Chatham
Township

Chatham
Borough

Long Hill

0

5Miles
SOURCE: U.S. Census Bureau, 1990 and 2000 Census
Map updated as of September 29, 2009

Morris County Population by Census Tracts, 2000*
Municipality
Lincoln Park
Lincoln Park
Pequannock
Pequannock
Riverdale
Butler
Butler
Kinnelon
Kinnelon
Montville
Montville
Montville
Montville
Boonton Twp.
Boonton
Boonton
Mountain Lakes
Denville
Denville
Denville
Parsippany
Parsippany
Parsippany
Parsippany
Parsippany
Parsippany
Parsippany
Parsippany
Parsippany
Parsippany
Parsippany
East Hanover
East Hanover
Hanover
Hanover
Hanover
Morris Plains
Morris Plains
Florham Park
Florham Park
Chatham Boro.
Chatham Boro.
Madison
Madison
Madison
Madison
Morris Twp.
Morris Twp.
Morris Twp.
Morris Twp.
Morris Twp.

Census Tract

Population

Municipality

4,213
6,717
7,194
6,694
2,498
3,623
3,797
5,550
3,815
4,704
6,829
3,481
5,825
4,287
4,924
3,572
4,256
4,849
5,459
5,516
6,411
3,023
4,571
4,753
5,505
3,504
6,884
4,505
3,053
5,084
3,356
6,163
5,230
4,054
4,034
4,810
2,202
3,034
3,482
6,814
3,840
4,620
3,655
4,269
3,415
4,121
2,593
2,764
3,642
7,134
5,294

Morristown
Morristown
Morristown
Morristown
Chatham Twp.
Chatham Twp.
Long Hill
Long Hill
Harding
Rockaway Boro.
Rockaway Twp.
Rockaway Twp.
Rockaway Twp.
Rockaway Twp.
Rockaway Twp.
Jefferson
Jefferson
Jefferson
Jefferson
Dover
Dover
Dover
Wharton
Mine Hill
Roxbury
Mount Arlington
Roxbury
Roxbury
Roxbury
Randolph
Victory Gardens
Randolph
Randolph
Randolph
Randolph
Mendham Boro.
Mendham Twp.
Chester Boro.
Chester Twp.
Netcong
Mount Olive
Mount Olive
Mount Olive
Mount Olive
Washington
Washington
Washington
Washington

401.01
401.02
402
403
404
405
406
407.01
407.02
408.01
408.03
408.04
408.05
409
410
411
412
413
414
415
416.01
416.02
416.03
416.04
417.01
417.02
417.03
417.04
418.01
418.02
418.03
419.01
419.02
420
421
422
423.01
423.02
425
426
427
428
429
430
431
432
433.01
433.02
433.03
434.01
434.02

Census Tract
435
436
437
438
439
440
441.01
441.02
442
443
444.01
444.03
444.04
445.01
445.02
446.01
446.02
447.01
447.02
448
449
450
451
452
453
454.01
454.02
455.01
455.02
456.01
456.02
456.03
456.04
457.01
457.02
458.01
458.02
459.01
459.02
460
461.03
461.04
461.05
461.06
462.01
462.02
462.97
462.98
TOTAL
99

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.

Population
3,790
4,934
3,228
6,592
4,643
5,443
3,092
5,685
3,180
6,473
4,998
4,888
4,164
4,993
3,887
4,623
6,011
4,856
4,227
7,347
5,614
5,227
6,298
3,679
4,573
4,663
5,633
5,479
7,542
102
1,546
4,829
4,783
5,857
9,276
5,097
5,400
1,635
7,282
3,236
5,848
5,965
6,410
5,970
5,536
3,974
3,286
4,796
TOTAL POP:
470,212

Census Tracts, 2000

446.01

446.02

Butler
Riverdale

405

Jefferson

407.02

406

404

Kinnelon

407.01

444.01
447.02

447.01

Rockaway
Township

402
408.01

409
Boonton
Township

Mount Arlington

444.03

454.01
445.01

Netcong

454.02
460
Roxbury

461.05

455.02

Wharton

Mount Olive

462.01

Randolph

455.01

461.04
461.03

457.02
457.01

413

Mendham
Township

Chester
Borough

459.01

408.04

Town

401.02
408.05

Parsippany-Troy Hills

418.02
416.01 Morris Plains
423.02
423.01
422
434.01
Morris
Township

418.03
420

419.01

East Hanover

434.02

458.02

Chester
Township

459.02

419.02

421

435
438
433.01
436
Morristown
437
433.02

Washington

462.98

411Boonton

Denville

Hanover

462.02

462.97

444.04

410
412
450 445.02 443
414
Mountain Lakes
Dover 448
417.01
417.02
456.01
416.03
449
Mine Hill
416.02
456.02
417.03
408.03
452
456.03 Victory Gardens
415
417.04
418.01
456.04
416.04

453

461.06

401.01
Montville
Lincoln Park

Rockaway
Borough

451

426

425

433.03

458.01

432

Mendham
Borough

442

Florham Park

429

Madison

431

Harding

430
427

Chatham 439 428
Township

Chatham
Borough

440

441.02
Long Hill

441.01

0

403
Pequannock

5Miles
SOURCE: U.S. Census Bureau, Census 2000

Population Growth by County, 1970 - 2009*
County

1970

1980

1990

2000

2009

Atlantic
Bergen
Burlington
Camden
Cape May
Cumberland
Essex
Gloucester
Hudson
Hunterdon
Mercer
Middlesex
Monmouth
Morris
Ocean
Passaic
Salem
Somerset
Sussex
Union
Warren

175,043
897,148
323,132
456,291
59,554
121,374
932,526
172,681
607,839
69,718
304,116
583,813
461,849
383,454
208,470
460,782
60,346
198,372
77,528
543,116
73,960

194,119
845,385
362,542
471,650
82,266
132,866
851,304
199,917
556,972
87,361
307,863
595,893
503,173
407,630
346,038
447,585
64,676
203,129
116,119
504,094
84,429

224,327
825,380
395,066
502,824
95,089
138,053
777,964
230,082
553,099
107,802
325,824
671,811
553,093
421,361
433,203
453,302
65,294
240,245
130,943
493,819
91,607

252,552
884,118
423,393
507,914
102,326
146,434
792,311
255,694
608,975
121,989
350,761
750,172
615,296
470,212
510,916
490,374
64,289
297,490
144,165
522,541
102,438

271,712
895,250
446,108
517,879
96,091
157,745
769,644
289,920
597,924
130,034
366,222
790,738
644,105
488,518
573,678
491,778
66,342
326,869
151,118
526,426
109,638

New Jersey

7,171,112

7,365,011

7,730,188

8,414,360

8,707,739

*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 2009 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 Revised: October 7, 2010

Population Estimates, 2009
Municipality

2000 Census*

2009 Estimate

Numeric Change Percent Change

Boonton
Boonton Twp.
Butler
Chatham Boro.
Chatham Twp.
Chester Boro.
Chester Twp.
Denville
Dover
East Hanover
Florham Park
Hanover
Harding
Jefferson
Kinnelon
Lincoln Park
Long Hill
Madison
Mendham Boro.
Mendham Twp.
Mine Hill
Montville
Morris Twp.
Morris Plains
Morristown
Mountain Lakes
Mount Arlington
Mount Olive
Netcong
Parsippany
Pequannock
Randolph
Riverdale
Rockaway Boro.
Rockaway Twp.
Roxbury
Victory Gardens
Washington
Wharton

8,496
4,260
7,420
8,407
10,141
1,643
7,274
15,824
18,113
11,381
10,294
12,896
3,217
19,626
9,365
10,912
8,777
15,422
5,115
5,383
3,679
20,884
21,266
5,622
18,717
4,256
4,662
24,193
3,238
50,263
13,888
24,878
2,498
6,473
22,973
23,317
1,549
17,592
6,298

8,497
4,490
8,132
8,232
10,224
1,685
7,771
16,531
17,866
11,426
12,396
13,731
3,338
21,654
9,617
10,625
8,636
15,722
5,080
5,519
3,590
21,098
21,321
5,889
18,906
4,277
5,713
26,076
3,225
50,536
17,029
25,205
3,452
6,258
25,454
23,320
1,485
18,422
6,090

1
230
712
-175
83
42
497
707
-247
45
2,102
835
121
2,028
252
-287
-141
300
-35
136
-89
214
55
267
189
21
1,051
1,883
-13
273
3,141
327
954
-215
2,481
3
-64
830
-208

0.0%
5.4%
9.6%
-2.1%
0.8%
2.6%
6.8%
4.5%
-1.4%
0.4%
20.4%
6.5%
3.8%
10.3%
2.7%
-2.6%
-1.6%
1.9%
-0.7%
2.5%
-2.4%
1.0%
0.3%
4.7%
1.0%
0.5%
22.5%
7.8%
-0.4%
0.5%
22.6%
1.3%
38.2%
-3.3%
10.8%
0.0%
-4.1%
4.7%
-3.3%

Morris County

470,212

488,518

18,306

3.9%

SOURCE: U.S. Census Bureau, 2009 Population Estimates Program
* NOTE: The 1990 population count for Washington and the 2000 population count for twentysix 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 PostCQR Census 2000 Population and Housing Units."
Table Revised: October 7, 2010

NJTPA Population Forecasts, 2010 - 2035
Municipality
Boonton
Boonton Twp.
Butler
Chatham Boro.
Chatham Twp.
Chester Boro.
Chester Twp.
Denville
Dover
East Hanover
Florham Park
Hanover
Harding
Jefferson
Kinnelon
Lincoln Park
Long Hill
Madison
Mendham Boro.
Mendham Twp.
Mine Hill
Montville
Morris Twp.
Morris Plains
Morristown
Mountain Lakes
Mount Arlington
Mount Olive
Netcong
Parsippany
Pequannock
Randolph
Riverdale
Rockaway Boro.
Rockaway Twp.
Roxbury
Victory Gardens
Washington
Wharton
Morris County

2010
2015
2020
2025
2030
2035
Population Population Population Population Population Population
8,620
8,721
8,646
8,599
8,743
8,743
4,438
4,575
4,691
4,895
5,049
5,049
7,876
8,011
7,990
8,029
8,113
8,113
6,897
6,807
6,719
6,736
7,308
8,711
10,242
10,177
10,049
10,033
11,295
10,889
1,669
1,687
1,685
1,689
1,687
1,687
7,795
8,117
7,829
7,754
8,338
8,338
16,234
16,606
16,505
16,617
17,042
17,042
20,035
20,470
20,208
20,189
20,610
20,610
11,591
11,594
11,471
11,468
12,824
12,661
15,193
15,193
15,193
15,193
15,193
15,193
13,560
13,798
13,620
13,554
14,434
14,434
3,340
3,482
3,612
3,836
3,798
3,798
21,066
20,807
20,440
20,352
22,284
22,284
9,585
9,727
9,729
9,901
9,888
9,888
11,048
10,958
10,815
10,797
12,152
12,503
8,917
9,108
9,100
9,209
10,358
10,713
16,675
17,067
17,050
17,360
18,233
18,233
5,221
5,143
5,044
5,017
5,267
5,267
5,812
5,883
5,670
5,597
6,077
6,077
3,728
3,815
3,894
3,872
3,872
3,872
21,285
21,764
22,034
22,560
22,962
22,962
21,713
22,150
22,439
22,416
22,416
22,416
5,184
5,085
4,984
4,976
5,603
5,875
19,713
20,193
20,027
20,148
22,253
22,218
4,452
4,426
4,348
4,325
4,507
4,507
4,988
5,088
5,176
5,312
5,926
5,774
25,322
25,733
25,995
26,497
26,413
26,413
3,325
3,407
3,569
3,781
3,727
3,727
51,832
51,508
51,175
51,246
52,804
52,804
14,850
15,140
15,285
15,590
17,350
17,017
25,777
26,090
26,257
26,586
26,448
26,448
2,614
2,680
3,461
3,545
3,545
3,545
6,497
6,448
6,396
6,411
6,715
6,715
24,826
25,462
26,236
26,589
26,589
26,589
23,857
24,273
24,390
24,739
24,658
24,658
1,530
1,532
1,534
1,547
1,535
1,535
18,365
18,054
17,474
17,279
19,603
19,603
6,455
6,581
6,659
6,616
6,616
6,616
492,127

497,361

497,400

SOURCE: North Jersey Transportation Planning Authority, August 2009
Table Revised: October 7, 2010

500,860

522,236

523,528

Population Projections by County, 2011 to 2025
Atlantic
Bergen
Burlington
Camden
Cape May
Cumberland
Essex
Gloucester
Hudson
Hunterdon
Mercer
Middlesex
Monmouth
Morris
Ocean
Passaic
Salem
Somerset
Sussex
Union
Warren

Census on
April 1, 2000
252,552
884,118
423,394
508,932
102,326
146,438
793,633
254,673
608,975
121,989
350,761
750,162
615,301
470,212
510,916
489,049
64,285
297,490
144,166
522,541
102,437

Estimates
July 1, 2006
269,924
893,217
447,552
513,510
97,613
154,175
778,333
281,314
599,755
129,197
364,649
783,371
641,309
487,371
561,505
491,956
65,842
320,070
151,165
524,816
109,431

2011
277,600
899,700
458,500
520,500
97,500
157,700
782,700
292,900
602,300
133,700
372,200
800,600
654,000
496,600
582,500
494,400
66,900
332,600
154,900
527,400
112,200

New Jersey

8,414,350

8,666,075

8,817,400

County

July 1 Projections
2016
2020
288,400
298,100
910,800
922,800
474,100
489,500
529,600
538,800
98,900
100,100
162,100
166,800
788,200
794,000
313,600
330,500
607,900
613,200
140,600
146,300
383,300
393,900
828,300
851,900
676,000
694,000
511,300
524,900
622,900
654,100
500,000
506,800
67,900
69,100
350,400
365,900
160,300
166,100
533,000
537,600
117,500
122,700
9,065,100

SOURCE: N.J. Department of Labor & Workforce Development, January 2009
NOTE: Numbers may not add due to rounding.

9,287,000

2025
309,000
936,400
507,200
548,600
101,400
172,300
800,300
352,300
618,100
154,400
405,200
877,900
714,400
540,300
696,100
514,600
70,500
389,300
172,900
543,900
129,300
9,554,300

Population by Race and Hispanic Origin, 2000
Not Hispanic or Latino

Municipality

Total
Population

White

Black or
African
American

American
Indian and
Alaska Native

Native Hawaiian
Asian and Other Pacific
Islander

Some
other
race

Two or
Hispanic or
more Latino (may be of
races
any race)

Boonton

8,496

6,693

321

9

655

0

29

207

Boonton Twp.

4,287

3,921

51

1

175

0

8

39

582
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

19,717

18,444

153

25

209

7

21

186

672
218

Jefferson
Kinnelon

9,365

8,775

44

3

263

8

5

49

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

Lincoln Park

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
531

Montville

20,839

17,274

188

9

2,612

4

19

202

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
5,034

Morristown

18,544

9,402

3,066

32

694

12

29

275

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

24,193

19,989

895

34

1,446

2

50

332

1,445

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

Mount Olive
Netcong

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
Washington
Wharton
Morris County

1,546

330

318

1

84

0

2

28

783

17,592

16,610

143

14

325

7

10

94

389

6,298

4,253

244

11

198

0

33

97

1,462

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, 2009
Not Hispanic or Latino

Municipality

Total
Population

Black or
African
American

White

American
Indian and
Alaska Native

Atlantic County

271,712

164,820

41,407

Bergen County

895,250

561,206

48,172

Native Hawaiian
and Other Pacific
Islander

Asian

593

Some
other
race

Two or
Hispanic or
more Latino (may be of
races
any race)

17,714

0

551

5,136

41,491

1,287 132,252

63

3,591

9,038

139,641

Burlington County

446,108

318,747

71,579

370

18,999

0

2,124

8,478

25,811

Camden County

517,879

321,924

92,715

1,333

24,532

0

407

10,869

66,099

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

157,745

82,288

29,842

854

1,651

42

0

3,907

39,161
149,123

Cape May County
Cumberland County
Essex County

769,644

270,106

301,693

1,106

32,594

74

4,535

10,413

Gloucester County

289,920

237,266

28,593

52

6,076

0

417

5,999

11,517

Hudson County

597,924

203,423

70,050

704

68,012

32

4,543

7,685

243,475

Hunterdon County

130,034

114,088

3,788

0

4,223

73

162

1,555

6,145

Mercer County

366,222

208,226

69,095

257

29,699

269

1,155

6,988

50,533

Middlesex County

790,738

408,378

74,687

522 152,919

0

1,905

10,125

142,202

Monmouth County

644,105

496,183

46,720

343

33,714

0

1,064

7,682

58,399

Morris County

488,518

370,208

14,364

195

42,741

71

506

5,323

55,110

Ocean County

573,678

496,109

17,568

231

10,690

62

730

6,327

41,961

Passaic County

491,778

228,825

56,278

676

22,991

0

4,113

2,687

176,208

Salem County
Somerset County

66,342

50,913

9,959

60

199

0

80

1,103

4,028

326,869

210,125

27,950

305

42,823

0

991

3,005

41,670

Sussex County

151,118

134,314

3,096

78

3,657

0

173

635

9,165

Union County
Warren County

526,426
109,638

246,120
93,648

109,318
3,916

369
62

23,762
3,061

82
0

3,639
0

4,557
1,203

138,579
7,748

8,707,740 5,301,673

1,126,252

9,629 672,495

768

30,748 113,358

1,452,817

New Jersey

SOURCE: U.S. Census Bureau, 2009 American Community Survey
The 2009 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 71 for
the Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander racial category in Morris County has a margin of error of
+/-118 at a 90% confidence level.
NOTE: Data for Cape May County not displayed because the number of sample cases is too small.
Table Revised: October 7, 2010

Population by Race and Hispanic Origin in 2009 for Morris County

Total population
Not Hispanic or Latino
White
Black or African American
American Indian and Alaska Native
Asian
Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander
Some other race
Two or more races
Hispanic or Latino (may be of any race)

2000 Census
2009 Estimate
Percent of
Percent of
Numeric
Persons
Total
Persons
Total
Change
Population
Population
470,212
100.0%
488,518
100.0%
18,306
385,582
12,506
379
29,310
148
646
5,015
36,626

82.0%
2.7%
0.1%
6.2%
0.0%
0.1%
1.1%
7.8%

370,208
14,364
195
42,741
71
506
5,323
55,110

75.8%
2.9%
0.0%
8.7%
0.0%
0.1%
1.1%
11.3%

-15,374
1,858
-184
13,431
-77
-140
308
18,484

SOURCE: U.S. Census Bureau, 2009 American Community Survey

Population by Race and Hispanic Origin in 2009 for New Jersey

Total population
Not Hispanic or Latino
White
Black or African American
American Indian and Alaska Native
Asian
Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander
Some other race
Two or more races
Hispanic or Latino (of any race)

2000 Census
2009 Estimate
Percent of
Percent of
Numeric
Persons
Total
Persons
Total
Change
Population
Population
8,414,350
100.0% 8,707,740
100.0%
293,390
5,557,209
1,096,171
11,338
477,012
2,175
19,565
133,689
1,117,191

66.0% 5,301,673
13.0% 1,126,252
0.1%
9,629
5.7%
672,495
0.0%
768
0.2%
30,748
1.6%
113,358
13.3% 1,452,817

60.9%
12.9%
0.1%
7.7%
0.0%
0.4%
1.3%
16.7%

SOURCE: U.S. Census Bureau, 2009 American Community Survey
The 2009 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 71 for the Native Hawaiian
and Other Pacific Islander racial category in Morris County has a margin of error of +/-118 at a 90% confidence
level.
Table Revised: October 7, 2010

-255,536
30,081
-1,709
195,483
-1,407
11,183
-20,331
335,626

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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

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 twentysix 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."

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Boonton Twp.
Butler
Chatham Boro.
Chatham Twp.
Chester Boro.
Chester Twp.
Denville
Dover
East Hanover
Florham Park
Hanover
Harding
Jefferson
Kinnelon
Lincoln Park
Long Hill
Madison
Mendham Boro.
Mendham Twp.
Mine Hill
Montville
Morris Twp.
Morris Plains
Morristown
Mountain Lakes
Mount Arlington
Mount Olive
Netcong
Parsippany
Pequannock
Randolph
Riverdale
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Rockaway Twp.
Roxbury
Victory Gardens
Washington
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d

Syria

c

Population by Ancestry, 2000

0 4,367 209 7,124

107,123 427 2,538

67 560 197

8 316 4,955

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."

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28
0
0
0
0
15
9
23
0
0
0
0
0
12
0

Rom
ania
n

81 559 93,434 198

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
8
0
0
0
0
0

Portu

Morris County

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
16
8
11
0
0
0
0
27
31
0
5
0
0
0
0
19
0
32
0
0
0
0
0
48
0

egia
n

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
5
0
0
0
11
0
0
0
0
7
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0 140
0
0
22
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0 35
0
0
15 18
7
0
0
0
0
0
0 28
0
0
7 193
0 82
0
0
0
0
0
0
0 13
0 44
0
0
0
0
0
0

Norw

80
25
29
33
56
2
82
54
49
45
38
60
14
151
79
51
87
79
48
14
4
64
104
75
28
0
31
196
7
264
35
99
12
21
215
115
0
185
7

Nort

12
0
0
0
15
0
0
0
0
0
0
7
0
0
0
0
0
30
0
18
0
56
64
7
0
0
9
0
0
20
0
60
0
0
15
88
0
26
0

Malt
ese

Luxe
mbu

2068
1049
1848
1658
1944
355
1631
4134
1320
4759
2424
3917
622
5060
2379
2919
2479
3907
1076
982
756
5594
3958
1301
1998
752
1129
5481
1003
10590
4049
4801
838
1361
5373
6634
44
4143
787

New

Lithu

rger
edon
ian

Latv

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
45
0
6
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
20
33
6
16
0
0
17
0
33
0
0
0
0
16
0
0
0
6

0
0
5
0
0
0
0
0
0
7
0
7
0
6
0 19
0
0
0 20
7
0
10
0
0
0
0
0
0 35
0 13
0 31
0 38
0
0
0 10
0
0
10 28
17 182
0 19
0
4
0
6
0
0
0 20
0
0
0 38
0
0
22 24
10
0
0
0
0 36
0 16
0
0
0
0
0
0

Mac

Italia
n

ania
n

Israe
li

1763
808
1981
2561
2436
302
1430
3977
1181
1468
2050
2716
634
4508
2236
2103
2000
3255
1369
1032
863
2976
4677
1557
2676
934
1152
5485
554
7700
3677
4234
604
1243
4429
5008
56
4489
1310

Boonton
Boonton Twp.
Butler
Chatham Boro.
Chatham Twp.
Chester Boro.
Chester Twp.
Denville
Dover
East Hanover
Florham Park
Hanover
Harding
Jefferson
Kinnelon
Lincoln Park
Long Hill
Madison
Mendham Boro.
Mendham Twp.
Mine Hill
Montville
Morris Twp.
Morris Plains
Morristown
Mountain Lakes
Mount Arlington
Mount Olive
Netcong
Parsippany
Pequannock
Randolph
Riverdale
Rockaway Boro.
Rockaway Twp.
Roxbury
Victory Gardens
Washington
Wharton

ian

Irish

Icela
nder

Irania
n

Municipality

Zeala
nder
hern
Euro
p

ean

Population by Ancestry, 2000 (Continued)

70
6
1,591
0
9
362
19 54
760
10 17
619
0
7
1,012
0
0
195
14 41
568
16 11
1,736
166
9 10,288
43
8
1,838
23 34
796
5 13
1,722
0
8
124
57 85
1,250
13 22
699
23 32
1,421
14
5
986
98 54
2,230
3
0
287
0
0
372
0
0
718
52 50
3,816
207 22
3,299
59
0
470
392
7
7,720
8
0
429
71
0
472
76 138
4,402
0
0
326
413 44 14,862
0 20
836
36 19
5,170
8
0
198
0 10
1,235
122 40
3,590
78 12
2,814
50
0
993
18 28
1,267
18
0
1,836

9 1,430 5,137 2,162 948 5,147 17,653 3,334

2,182 805 83,309

Population by Sex, 2000
Municipality
Boonton
Boonton Twp.
Butler
Chatham Boro.
Chatham Twp.
Chester Boro.
Chester Twp.
Denville
Dover
East Hanover
Florham Park
Hanover
Harding
Jefferson
Kinnelon
Lincoln Park
Long Hill
Madison
Mendham Boro.
Mendham Twp.
Mine Hill
Montville
Morris Twp.
Morris Plains
Morristown
Mountain Lakes
Mount Arlington
Mount Olive
Netcong
Parsippany
Pequannock
Randolph
Riverdale
Rockaway Boro.
Rockaway Twp.
Roxbury
Victory Gardens
Washington
Wharton
Morris County

Male
Female
Total
Population Number Percent Number Percent
8,496
4,214
49.6%
4,282
50.4%
4,287
2,128
49.6%
2,159
50.4%
7,420
3,655
49.3%
3,765
50.7%
8,460
4,037
47.7%
4,423
52.3%
10,086
4,803
47.6%
5,283
52.4%
1,635
819
50.1%
816
49.9%
7,282
3,586
49.2%
3,696
50.8%
15,824
7,617
48.1%
8,207
51.9%
18,188
9,377
51.6%
8,811
48.4%
11,393
5,520
48.5%
5,873
51.5%
8,857
4,095
46.2%
4,762
53.8%
12,898
6,273
48.6%
6,625
51.4%
3,180
1,540
48.4%
1,640
51.6%
19,717
9,775
49.6%
9,942
50.4%
9,365
4,673
49.9%
4,692
50.1%
10,930
5,239
47.9%
5,691
52.1%
8,777
4,258
48.5%
4,519
51.5%
16,530
7,832
47.4%
8,698
52.6%
5,097
2,410
47.3%
2,687
52.7%
5,400
2,656
49.2%
2,744
50.8%
3,679
1,787
48.6%
1,892
51.4%
20,839
10,138
48.6%
10,701
51.4%
21,796
10,287
47.2%
11,509
52.8%
5,236
2,512
48.0%
2,724
52.0%
18,544
9,302
50.2%
9,242
49.8%
4,256
2,119
49.8%
2,137
50.2%
4,663
2,216
47.5%
2,447
52.5%
24,193
12,119
50.1%
12,074
49.9%
2,580
1,267
49.1%
1,313
50.9%
50,649
25,039
49.4%
25,610
50.6%
13,888
6,688
48.2%
7,200
51.8%
24,847
12,317
49.6%
12,530
50.4%
2,498
1,211
48.5%
1,287
51.5%
6,473
3,148
48.6%
3,325
51.4%
22,930
11,329
49.4%
11,601
50.6%
23,883
11,674
48.9%
12,209
51.1%
1,546
743
48.1%
803
51.9%
17,592
8,593
48.8%
8,999
51.2%
6,298
3,043
48.3%
3,255
51.7%
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
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

Median
Age

Boonton

8,496

621

513

501

368

437

1,478

1,528

1,126

777

556

591

Boonton Twp.

4,287

247

335

342

217

134

347

809

768

450

335

303

36.9
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
Hanover
Harding

8,857

542

547

548

407

325

865

1,368

1,356

1,093

893

913

43.8

12,898

828

781

859

681

518

1,644

2,233

1,919

1,514

1,020

901

40.1
44.5

3,180

199

243

240

162

73

216

481

550

495

301

220

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

18,544

1,026

996

845

907

1,262

4,240

3,261

2,280

1,435

1,069

1,223

35.0

4,256

317

472

507

273

82

189

807

782

441

243

143

39.4

Morristown
Mountain Lakes
Mount Arlington
Mount Olive
Netcong
Parsippany

4,663

310

306

274

215

170

764

891

714

523

306

190

37.9

24,193

2,108

1,949

1,769

1,285

1,199

4,273

4,830

3,294

1,944

943

599

34.1

2,580

148

157

190

165

120

379

464

349

231

197

180

37.8

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

1,546

117

143

89

100

108

315

293

184

113

44

40

31.9

17,592

1,213

1,570

1,598

1,292

566

1,531

3,437

3,352

1,584

653

796

38.3

6,298

464

489

444

374

297

994

1,145

829

551

351

360

35.7

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

Victory Gardens
Washington
Wharton
Morris County

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

Municipality
Boonton
Boonton Twp.
Butler
Chatham Boro.
Chatham Twp.
Chester Boro.
Chester Twp.
Denville
Dover
East Hanover
Florham Park
Hanover
Harding
Jefferson
Kinnelon
Lincoln Park
Long Hill
Madison
Mendham Boro.
Mendham Twp.
Mine Hill
Montville
Morris Twp.
Morris Plains
Morristown
Mountain Lakes
Mount Arlington
Mount Olive
Netcong
Parsippany
Pequannock
Randolph
Riverdale
Rockaway Boro.
Rockaway Twp.
Roxbury
Victory Gardens
Washington
Wharton
Morris County

Total
Household
Population
8,335
4,102
7,393
8,420
9,968
1,621
7,081
15,536
17,871
11,375
8,492
12,869
3,178
19,661
9,363
10,245
8,754
13,944
4,837
5,390
3,679
20,664
20,733
5,141
17,617
4,256
4,637
24,134
2,576
49,664
13,862
24,818
2,467
6,452
22,901
23,761
1,546
17,394
6,289
461,026

Householder

Spouse

Child

Other
Relatives

Total

Total Group
Institutionalized
Quarters
Unmarried
Group Quarters
Population
Partner

3,272
1,476
2,868
3,159
3,920
609
2,323
5,990
5,436
3,843
3,239
4,745
1,180
7,131
3,062
4,026
3,139
5,520
1,781
1,788
1,365
7,380
8,116
1,955
7,252
1,330
1,918
9,068
1,008
19,624
5,026
8,679
919
2,445
8,108
8,364
564
5,755
2,328

1,687
1,034
1,659
2,137
2,487
369
1,849
3,761
2,727
2,790
2,160
3,123
853
4,671
2,467
2,223
2,185
3,182
1,235
1,434
836
5,237
5,242
1,309
2,496
1,108
1,045
5,401
507
11,037
3,294
6,094
553
1,376
5,554
5,589
244
4,377
1,212

2,413
1,344
2,215
2,774
3,205
495
2,542
4,763
5,051
3,762
2,582
3,940
992
6,477
3,362
2,998
2,902
4,071
1,593
1,980
1,123
6,768
5,948
1,536
4,002
1,689
1,292
7,923
780
14,053
4,731
8,694
778
1,965
7,607
8,062
477
6,435
2,019

458
139
360
181
165
56
212
570
2,222
722
327
662
64
680
276
579
308
514
116
83
204
747
675
178
1,589
67
174
816
145
2,983
506
748
108
356
910
1,039
124
463
418

505
109
291
169
191
92
155
452
2,435
258
184
399
89
702
196
419
220
657
112
105
151
532
752
163
2,278
62
208
926
136
1,967
305
603
109
310
722
707
137
364
312

161
52
129
63
81
23
64
196
393
89
59
129
25
351
79
188
74
162
38
37
48
206
240
47
393
16
103
515
59
815
111
263
43
113
321
307
50
147
131

161
185
27
40
118
14
201
288
317
18
365
29
2
56
2
685
23
2,586
260
10
0
175
1,063
95
927
0
26
59
4
985
26
29
31
21
29
122
0
198
9

102
178
0
26
102
0
168
245
253
0
122
0
0
0
0
667
0
84
176
0
0
115
414
88
595
0
0
21
0
880
0
0
0
0
0
65
0
161
0

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
Municipality

Total
Family
Non-Family
Households Households Households

Boonton
Boonton Twp.
Butler
Chatham Boro.
Chatham Twp.
Chester Boro.
Chester Twp.
Denville
Dover
East Hanover
Florham Park
Hanover
Harding
Jefferson
Kinnelon
Lincoln Park
Long Hill
Madison
Mendham Boro.
Mendham Twp.
Mine Hill
Montville
Morris Twp.
Morris Plains
Morristown
Mountain Lakes
Mount Arlington
Mount Olive
Netcong
Parsippany
Pequannock
Randolph
Riverdale
Rockaway Boro.
Rockaway Twp.
Roxbury
Victory Gardens
Washington
Wharton

3,272
1,476
2,868
3,159
3,920
609
2,323
5,990
5,436
3,843
3,239
4,745
1,180
7,131
3,062
4,026
3,139
5,520
1,781
1,788
1,365
7,380
8,116
1,955
7,252
1,330
1,918
9,068
1,008
19,624
5,026
8,679
919
2,445
8,108
8,364
564
5,755
2,328

2,159
1,157
2,025
2,384
2,772
427
2,013
4,315
3,918
3,214
2,474
3,619
941
5,446
2,685
2,707
2,458
3,785
1,380
1,539
1,041
5,869
5,953
1,478
3,700
1,187
1,263
6,372
681
13,160
3,828
6,806
672
1,709
6,381
6,534
382
4,874
1,599

1,113
319
843
775
1,148
182
310
1,675
1,518
629
765
1,126
239
1,685
377
1,319
681
1,735
401
249
324
1,511
2,163
477
3,552
143
655
2,696
327
6,464
1,198
1,873
247
736
1,727
1,830
182
881
729

Morris County

169,711

124,907

44,804

Households Households
Average
Average
With
With
Household
Family Size
Individuals Individuals
Size
Under 18
Over 65
1,000
813
2.55
3.11
567
383
2.78
3.18
934
725
2.58
3.09
1,271
766
2.67
3.14
1,380
922
2.54
3.11
218
172
2.66
3.15
1,111
399
3.05
3.29
2,074
1,624
2.59
3.11
2,242
1,277
3.29
3.55
1,407
1,163
2.96
3.26
1,040
1,067
2.62
3.05
1,631
1,363
2.71
3.13
393
361
2.69
3.03
2,907
1,281
2.76
3.17
1,440
586
3.06
3.27
1,251
853
2.54
3.14
1,202
782
2.79
3.19
1,807
1,501
2.53
3.05
666
514
2.72
3.13
853
382
3.01
3.27
499
349
2.70
3.08
2,858
1,542
2.80
3.17
2,639
2,088
2.55
2.99
679
547
2.63
3.05
1,875
1,574
2.43
3.19
724
266
3.20
3.41
576
374
2.42
2.99
3,696
1,219
2.66
3.22
328
283
2.56
3.10
6,184
4,141
2.53
3.13
1,849
1,414
2.76
3.23
3,929
1,341
2.86
3.28
313
228
2.68
3.14
881
585
2.64
3.16
3,392
1,586
2.82
3.21
3,524
1,711
2.84
3.25
251
65
2.74
3.21
2,780
960
3.02
3.31
871
558
2.70
3.28
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
Municipality
Boonton
Boonton Twp.
Butler
Chatham Boro.
Chatham Twp.
Chester Boro.
Chester Twp.
Denville
Dover
East Hanover
Florham Park
Hanover
Harding
Jefferson
Kinnelon
Lincoln Park
Long Hill
Madison
Mendham Boro.
Mendham Twp.
Mine Hill
Montville
Morris Twp.
Morris Plains
Morristown
Mountain Lakes
Mount Arlington
Mount Olive
Netcong
Parsippany
Pequannock
Randolph
Riverdale
Rockaway Boro.
Rockaway Twp.
Roxbury
Victory Gardens
Washington
Wharton

1970
2,899
889
2,064
3,057
2,517
393
1,143
3,967
4,818
1,990
2,023
2,910
977
4,147
1,962
2,494
2,057
4,791
966
1,011
1,012
3,042
4,987
1,567
6,426
1,168
1,042
2,737
846
16,135
3,769
3,882
801
1,890
5,111
4,321
281
2,013
1,718

Morris County

109,823

Total Households
1980
1990
3,035
3,121
1,040
1,241
2,567
2,665
3,163
3,095
2,985
3,571
469
451
1,507
1,907
4,571
4,876
4,901
5,153
2,576
3,038
2,357
2,902
3,553
3,790
1,102
1,366
5,364
6,330
2,285
2,776
2,610
3,868
2,326
2,743
4,878
5,400
1,460
1,687
1,408
1,591
1,094
1,210
4,016
4,889
5,968
7,097
1,710
1,921
6,534
6,712
1,180
1,239
1,395
1,291
6,369
7,972
1,297
1,293
17,374
18,369
4,139
4,281
5,946
6,928
842
855
2,323
2,289
6,251
6,908
5,575
6,497
398
477
3,341
4,908
1,911
2,044

2000
3,272
1,476
2,868
3,159
3,920
609
2,323
5,990
5,436
3,843
3,239
4,745
1,180
7,131
3,062
4,026
3,139
5,520
1,781
1,788
1,365
7,380
8,116
1,955
7,252
1,330
1,918
9,068
1,008
19,624
5,026
8,679
919
2,445
8,108
8,364
564
5,755
2,328

1970
2,392
793
1,762
2,584
2,270
332
1,020
3,556
3,842
1,871
1,907
2,689
868
3,668
1,864
2,249
1,878
4,102
873
924
904
2,862
4,465
1,402
4,463
1,098
932
2,526
735
14,054
3,509
3,477
716
1,605
4,687
3,907
253
1,695
1,436

Family Households
1980
1990
2,204
2,127
882
1,006
2,000
2,021
2,421
2,285
2,501
2,685
362
326
1,337
1,660
3,852
3,829
3,727
3,590
2,380
2,685
2,110
2,420
3,183
3,198
927
1,077
4,400
4,897
2,084
2,458
2,144
2,838
2,001
2,228
3,778
3,808
1,235
1,325
1,237
1,343
922
968
3,657
4,261
4,909
5,399
1,448
1,475
3,819
3,492
1,085
1,112
1,105
970
4,866
5,611
986
927
12,798
12,682
3,661
3,549
4,672
5,431
695
653
1,807
1,684
5,404
5,501
4,960
5,589
276
346
2,889
4,185
1,462
1,433

2000
2,159
1,157
2,025
2,384
2,772
427
2,013
4,315
3,918
3,214
2,474
3,619
941
5,446
2,685
2,707
2,458
3,785
1,380
1,539
1,041
5,869
5,953
1,478
3,700
1,187
1,263
6,372
681
13,160
3,828
6,806
672
1,709
6,381
6,534
382
4,874
1,599

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
Boonton
Boonton Twp.
Butler
Chatham Boro.
Chatham Twp.
Chester Boro.
Chester Twp.
Denville
Dover
East Hanover
Florham Park
Hanover
Harding
Jefferson
Kinnelon
Lincoln Park
Long Hill
Madison
Mendham Boro.
Mendham Twp.
Mine Hill
Montville
Morris Twp.
Morris Plains
Morristown
Mountain Lakes
Mount Arlington
Mount Olive
Netcong
Parsippany
Pequannock
Randolph
Riverdale
Rockaway Boro.
Rockaway Twp.
Roxbury
Victory Gardens
Washington
Wharton

1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005
155 137 143 125 132 133 148 127 134 112 113
48
47
55
48
40
49
45
45
53
47
35
105
90 107
99 117
79 114 114 128
95
98
169 156 165 209 176 180 188 190 192 195 176
128 146 134 154 135 126 130 134 131 117 107
26
34
47
26
24
28
33
29
23
26
16
63
45
50
70
64
76
84
61
85
74
66
205 173 211 235 246 213 215 236 188 192 200
285 277 299 292 333 311 329 326 328 322 309
130 136 152 165 120 143 108 128 113
99
96
109 101
78 120
99
99 103 125 125 105 100
124 153 170 151 171 176 138 146 119 147 135
43
29
34
37
35
45
36
14
34
41
17
198 181 171 294 268 309 244 252 299 261 275
100 116
87
95 105 105
96
72 109
97 103
158 178 162 141 148 132 150 128 145 133 127
131 136 131 122 120 135 118 118 106
98
83
204 211 203 215 187 214 223 224 226 210 199
57
39
68
57
57
67
56
58
55
51
56
36
36
43
67
65
60
55
75
65
47
38
44
47
59
55
72
58
49
58
54
49
52
270 269 229 269 288 276 281 260 268 250 232
275 283 295 299 304 280 338 299 311 317 256
103
94
95
72
87
99
90
88
97
78
97
291 309 295 278 286 296 299 253 266 278 267
40
45
32
53
39
42
35
35
44
31
22
65
52
71
61
67
60
78
61
73
50
57
287 315 273 375 400 456 385 396 359 394 374
43
44
41
47
33
42
36
38
38
39
29
663 651 616 647 668 615 632 575 647 671 661
173 176 202 172 165 150 183 139 145 142 133
292 337 296 322 325 349 388 369 353 378 309
33
27
32
38
30
25
29
34
49
35
43
81
98 106
96
81
85
92 100
81
80
88
322 328 326 364 337 357 305 299 308 284 269
333 390 390 301 291 253 341 282 323 288 259
21
20
12
15
24
20
24
22
21
26
25
189 191 182 198 199 213 220 210 202 187 174
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
In United States in 1995
Different County
Different State

Same House in 1995

Municipality

Total

Same
house in
1995

Same
house in
1995 %

Different
house in
1995

Different
house in
1995 %

In United
States in
1995

Same Different
County county

Boonton
Boonton Twp.
Butler
Chatham Boro.
Chatham Twp.
Chester Boro.
Chester Twp.
Denville
Dover
East Hanover
Florham Park
Hanover
Harding
Jefferson
Kinnelon
Lincoln Park
Long Hill
Madison
Mendham Boro.
Mendham Twp.
Mine Hill
Montville
Morris Twp.
Morris Plains
Morristown
Mountain Lakes
Mount Arlington
Mount Olive
Netcong
Parsippany
Pequannock
Randolph
Riverdale
Rockaway Boro.
Rockaway Twp.
Roxbury
Victory Gardens
Washington
Wharton

7,873
4,050
6,968
7,605
9,333
1,512
6,765
14,681
16,973
10,691
8,317
12,082
2,976
18,254
8,603
10,318
8,098
15,575
4,748
4,994
3,378
19,407
20,277
4,837
17,517
3,947
4,339
22,082
2,439
47,771
12,966
22,966
2,367
6,035
21,195
22,185
1,427
16,369
5,826

4,262
2,584
4,500
4,569
5,708
929
4,106
9,478
8,701
7,780
5,870
8,726
1,935
11,761
5,994
6,504
5,080
8,595
2,754
3,078
2,098
11,430
12,683
3,384
7,962
2,736
2,422
11,677
1,659
28,150
9,330
13,251
1,580
3,831
13,720
14,084
584
10,733
3,207

54.1%
63.8%
64.6%
60.1%
61.2%
61.4%
60.7%
64.6%
51.3%
72.8%
70.6%
72.2%
65.0%
64.4%
69.7%
63.0%
62.7%
55.2%
58.0%
61.6%
62.1%
58.9%
62.5%
70.0%
45.5%
69.3%
55.8%
52.9%
68.0%
58.9%
72.0%
57.7%
66.8%
63.5%
64.7%
63.5%
40.9%
65.6%
55.0%

3,611
1,466
2,468
3,036
3,625
583
2,659
5,203
8,272
2,911
2,447
3,356
1,041
6,493
2,609
3,814
3,018
6,980
1,994
1,916
1,280
7,977
7,594
1,453
9,555
1,211
1,917
10,405
780
19,621
3,636
9,715
787
2,204
7,475
8,101
843
5,636
2,619

45.9%
36.2%
35.4%
39.9%
38.8%
38.6%
39.3%
35.4%
48.7%
27.2%
29.4%
27.8%
35.0%
35.6%
30.3%
37.0%
37.3%
44.8%
42.0%
38.4%
37.9%
41.1%
37.5%
30.0%
54.5%
30.7%
44.2%
47.1%
32.0%
41.1%
28.0%
42.3%
33.2%
36.5%
35.3%
36.5%
59.1%
34.4%
45.0%

3,303
1,391
2,379
2,636
3,249
526
2,443
4,967
5,519
2,771
2,278
3,153
1,000
6,389
2,429
3,646
2,830
6,250
1,886
1,864
1,171
7,420
6,899
1,407
7,374
1,162
1,879
9,551
734
16,851
3,597
8,181
736
2,064
7,048
7,747
690
5,438
2,466

1,931
715
817
930
1,116
240
942
2,523
4,274
796
1,033
1,602
604
2,694
973
1,239
658
2,207
777
801
734
3,514
3,294
751
4,010
529
876
3,900
452
8,127
1,577
3,295
205
1,397
3,773
3,853
507
2,246
1,741

Morris County

437,746

267,435

61.1%

170,311

38.9%

153,324

71,653

1,372
676
1,562
1,706
2,133
286
1,501
2,444
1,245
1,975
1,245
1,551
396
3,695
1,456
2,407
2,172
4,043
1,109
1,063
437
3,906
3,605
656
3,364
633
1,003
5,651
282
8,724
2,020
4,886
531
667
3,275
3,894
183
3,192
725

Same
state

Different
state
Northeast
568
182
344
841
793
132
734
1,133
558
360
418
347
129
1,106
420
571
501
2,086
356
620
115
1,067
1,678
277
1,612
290
369
2,212
76
3,098
478
2,520
39
220
1,029
1,216
115
1,160
217

278
97
148
474
528
69
346
728
158
243
266
155
89
655
185
377
262
1,249
175
224
53
530
947
165
708
167
161
1,042
41
1,816
347
1,166
26
164
467
680
70
361
153

51
0
46
120
65
24
115
97
16
24
19
67
20
52
133
51
18
205
84
77
0
51
295
20
222
38
84
451
4
330
68
424
5
19
137
113
0
264
27

81,671 51,684

29,987

15,770

3,836

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."

184
67
96
175
143
32
193
229
266
72
95
79
10
277
84
82
142
444
43
202
62
333
302
70
435
56
105
561
13
594
63
623
8
16
312
348
22
365
37

Elsewhere in 1995

Elsewhere
in 1995

Midwest South West

804
494
1,218
865
1,340
154
767
1,311
687
1,615
827
1,204
267
2,589
1,036
1,836
1,671
1,957
753
443
322
2,839
1,927
379
1,752
343
634
3,439
206
5,626
1,542
2,366
492
447
2,246
2,678
68
2,032
508

SOURCE: U.S. Census Bureau, Census 2000

In Puerto Rico
in 1995

U.S.
Foreign
Island country
Areas or at sea

55
18
54
72
57
7
80
79
118
21
38
46
10
122
18
61
79
188
54
117
0
153
134
22
247
29
19
158
18
358
0
307
0
21
113
75
23
170
0

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
6
113
7
6
17
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
21
6
0
0
0
0
0
0
100
11
11
0
4
0
3
28
18
0

308
75
89
400
376
57
216
230
2,640
133
163
186
41
104
180
168
188
730
108
52
109
536
689
46
2,181
49
38
854
46
2,670
28
1,523
51
136
427
351
125
180
153

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
7
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
37

308
75
89
400
376
57
216
230
2,640
126
163
186
41
104
180
168
188
730
108
52
109
536
689
46
2,181
49
38
854
46
2,670
28
1,523
51
136
427
351
125
180
116

7,240 3,141

351

16,636

44

16,592

New Housing Units Authorized by Building Permit, 1998 - 2009
Municipality
Boonton
Boonton Twp.
Butler
Chatham Boro.
Chatham Twp.
Chester Boro.
Chester Twp.
Denville
Dover
East Hanover
Florham Park
Hanover
Harding
Jefferson
Kinnelon
Lincoln Park
Long Hill
Madison
Mendham Boro.
Mendham Twp.
Mine Hill
Montville
Morris Twp.
Morris Plains
Morristown
Mountain Lakes
Mount Arlington
Mount Olive
Netcong
Parsippany
Pequannock
Randolph
Riverdale
Rockaway Boro.
Rockaway Twp.
Roxbury
Victory Gardens
Washington
Wharton

1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009
10
10
4
5
10
8
40
19
9
7
7
7
10 101
13
11
9
5
9
11
19
51
4
3
10
10 190
71
4
3
41
10
59
38
7
20
12
4
12
3
3
6
16
9
8
7
13
4
11
12
9
11
8
31
20
40
55
27
26
16
8
6
6
3
0
1
1
1
3
20
1
2
67
76
83
78
43
28
30
19
9
11
3
4
126 104
37
86
31 100 149
64
53
32
9
10
17
13
15
18
97
15
11
10
1
5
9
3
4
43
32
9
7
20
27
20
19
7
2
11
10 138 653
4
13
8
23
33
23
27
8
13
58 226
12
73 214
2
26
32
61
38
6
12
18
9
12
6
12
10
18
34
8
9
10
4
94
85
42 124 273 184 120 104
30
40
20
5
52
51
30
24
15
16
42
27
23
9
5
3
11
21
65
8
8
4
8
0
6
3
0
0
19
14
15
21
7
5
13
6
2
9
2
4
19
12
4
11
9
96
14
33
32
31
15
8
9
12
9
5
0
11
6
3
1
3
2
2
48
45
40
16
14
0
0
1
13
4
0
0
2
5
7
5
2
2
3
2
0
2
0
0
70
65
82
54
63
34
34
51
36
17
16
17
24
15
20
15
9
19
7
9
14
20
3
4
6
3
10
3
92
5
1
2
6
0
0
1
11
19 149
29
20 105
13
5 287 279
0
26
9
10
13
8
10
3
9
7
4
6
0
5
18
5 168 108
51
48 204 185
35
6
5
3
214 137 155 261 219
78 109 117 114
24
10
5
0
2
1
39
1
1
3
3
2
0
2
0
422 194 302 318 730 504
52
73 107
19
25
12
14
10
8 278 142 253 166 105 139
5
3
5
147 348 186 101
51
27
21
35
10
6
4
2
46
40
25
16
28
2
6 312
91
4
80 224
5
8
5
3
3
0
5
8
2
5
1
0
161 128 420 248 328
67 131
84
18
93
53
11
92 116 153
59
31
7
20 168
18
25
15
9
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
65 132 113
49
43
58
74
48
25
16
14
8
16
0
63
4
5
6
5
1
5
3
2
0

Morris County

1,935 2,229 3,163 2,185 2,605 1,772 1,477 1,691 1,347

SOURCE: N.J. Department of Community Affairs, 2010
Table Revised: October 7, 2010

908

382

463

New Housing Units Authorized by Building Permits, 1998 - 2009
Morris County
3,500
3,163
3,000

2,605
2,500
2,229
2,000

2,185

1,935

1,772
1,691

1,500

1,477

1,347

1,000
908

500

463
382

0
1998

1999

2000

2001

2002

2003

2004

2005

2006

2007

2008

2009

SOURCE: N.J. Department of Community Affairs, 2010
Chart Revised: October 7, 2010

New Housing Units Authorized by Building Permit, 2009

Boonton
Boonton Twp.
Butler
Chatham Boro.
Chatham Twp.
Chester Boro.
Chester Twp.
Denville
Dover
East Hanover
Florham Park
Hanover
Harding
Jefferson
Kinnelon
Lincoln Park
Long Hill
Madison
Mendham Boro.
Mendham Twp.
Mine Hill
Montville
Morris Twp.
Morris Plains
Morristown
Mountain Lakes
Mount Arlington
Mount Olive
Netcong
Parsippany
Pequannock
Randolph
Riverdale
Rockaway Boro.
Rockaway Twp.
Roxbury
Victory Gardens
Washington
Wharton

7
3
20
4
16
2
4
10
3
11
13
12
4
5
3
0
4
8
2
0
0
17
4
1
26
5
3
5
0
12
5
2
224
0
11
9
0
8
0

7
3
19
4
12
2
4
10
3
11
13
12
4
5
3
0
4
8
2
0
0
17
4
1
4
5
3
5
0
12
5
2
2
0
11
9
0
8
0

0
0
0
0
4
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
22
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
222
0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

Residential
New
Construction
Value
$1,491,000
$2,231,237
$2,145,000
$1,041,050
$7,481,387
$641,400
$2,172,253
$2,637,850
$249,140
$1,661,350
$4,348,335
$5,126,150
$3,749,250
$1,185,001
$712,850
$145,500
$1,343,708
$2,247,125
$1,519,300
$411,600
$107,700
$7,537,673
$3,003,595
$500,000
$2,186,300
$1,722,636
$795,450
$935,362
$0
$3,296,070
$1,296,955
$545,751
$15,587,731
$0
$2,926,451
$550,975
$0
$1,641,070
$0

Morris County

463

214

248

1

$85,174,205

Municipality

Total Units

One & Two
Family Units

SOURCE: N.J. Department of Community Affairs, 2010
Table Revised: October 7, 2010

Multi-Family
Units

Mixed Use
Units

One and Two Family Building Permits, 2009
(new construction)

Number of Permits
0
1-4
5 - 13
Butler

Jefferson

14 - 19

Riverdale

Kinnelon
Pequannock
Rockaway
Township
Boonton
Township
Montville
Netcong

Boonton
Town

Mount Arlington
Wharton
Roxbury

Mine Hill

Dover

Mount Olive

Lincoln Park

Rockaway
Borough
Denville Mountain Lakes

Victory Gardens
Parsippany-Troy Hills

Randolph
Morris Plains
Hanover

Washington

Chester
Borough

Chester
Township

Mendham
Township

Mendham
Borough

Morristown

Morris Township

Florham Park
Madison

Harding
Chatham
Township

µ
0

East Hanover

Chatham
Borough

Long Hill

5Miles
SOURCE: N.J. Department of Community Affairs, 2010
Map Revised: October 7, 2010

Multi-Family Building Permits, 2009
(new construction)

Number of Permits
0
1 - 25
26 - 222

Butler

Jefferson

Riverdale

Kinnelon
Pequannock
Rockaway
Township
Boonton
Township
Montville
Netcong

Boonton
Town

Mount Arlington
Wharton
Roxbury

Mine Hill

Dover

Mount Olive

Lincoln Park

Rockaway
Borough
Denville Mountain Lakes

Victory Gardens
Parsippany-Troy Hills

Randolph
Morris Plains
Hanover

Washington

Chester
Borough

Chester
Township

Mendham
Township

Mendham
Borough

Morristown

Morris Township

Florham Park
Madison

Harding
Chatham
Township

µ
0

East Hanover

Chatham
Borough

Long Hill

5Miles
SOURCE: N.J. Department of Community Affairs, 2010
Map Revised: October 7, 2010

Housing Unit Density, 2000*
Municipality
Boonton
Boonton Twp.
Butler
Chatham Boro.
Chatham Twp.
Chester Boro.
Chester Twp.
Denville
Dover
East Hanover
Florham Park
Hanover
Harding
Jefferson
Kinnelon
Lincoln Park
Long Hill
Madison
Mendham Boro.
Mendham Twp.
Mine Hill
Montville
Morris Twp.
Morris Plains
Morristown
Mountain Lakes
Mount Arlington
Mount Olive
Netcong
Parsippany
Pequannock
Randolph
Riverdale
Rockaway Boro.
Rockaway Twp.
Roxbury
Victory Gardens
Washington
Wharton
Morris County

Land Area Housing
Acres per
Housing Units
(Acres)
Units 2000 Housing Unit
per Acre
1,504
3,352
0.45
2.23
5,389
1,510
3.57
0.28
1,331
2,923
0.46
2.20
1,542
3,232
0.48
2.10
5,971
4,019
1.49
0.67
986
627
1.57
0.64
18,771
2,377
7.90
0.13
7,750
6,178
1.25
0.80
1,715
5,568
0.31
3.25
5,222
3,895
1.34
0.75
4,755
3,342
1.42
0.70
6,822
4,818
1.42
0.71
13,082
1,243
10.52
0.10
26,003
7,527
3.45
0.29
11,450
3,123
3.67
0.27
4,307
4,110
1.05
0.95
7,731
3,206
2.41
0.41
2,688
5,641
0.48
2.10
3,853
1,828
2.11
0.47
11,430
1,849
6.18
0.16
1,914
1,388
1.38
0.73
12,077
7,541
1.60
0.62
10,086
8,298
1.22
0.82
1,658
1,994
0.83
1.20
1,882
7,615
0.25
4.05
1,709
1,357
1.26
0.79
1,350
2,039
0.66
1.51
19,424
9,311
2.09
0.48
538
1,422
0.38
2.65
15,322
20,066
0.76
1.31
4,525
5,097
0.89
1.13
13,414
8,903
1.51
0.66
1,318
940
1.40
0.71
1,338
2,491
0.54
1.86
27,405
8,506
3.22
0.31
13,677
8,171
1.67
0.60
96
588
0.16
6.13
28,710
5,890
4.87
0.21
1,402
2,394
0.59
1.71
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 - 2009*
County
Atlantic
Bergen
Burlington
Camden
Cape May
Cumberland
Essex
Gloucester
Hudson
Hunterdon
Mercer
Middlesex
Monmouth
Morris
Ocean
Passaic
Salem
Somerset
Sussex
Union
Warren
New Jersey

1970

1980

1990

2000

2009

73,848
283,311
88,175
143,266
53,152
40,005
312,479
51,708
214,338
22,267
96,430
171,711
150,469
116,032
110,311
152,767
19,598
58,310
31,218
174,330
24,964

89,342
306,774
121,231
173,653
72,107
47,345
317,329
69,113
221,276
30,029
111,610
203,418
185,770
137,992
173,532
159,585
24,165
69,774
43,869
182,835
31,499

106,877
324,817
143,236
190,145
85,537
50,294
298,621
82,459
229,682
39,997
123,666
250,182
218,400
155,748
219,863
162,601
25,349
92,640
51,574
187,033
36,589

114,090
339,820
161,311
199,208
91,047
52,862
301,013
95,526
240,618
45,032
133,280
273,641
240,881
174,379
248,711
170,047
26,159
112,024
56,527
192,945
41,158

127,763
351,486
176,029
206,957
101,044
56,096
312,842
107,922
259,674
49,047
141,156
288,988
257,756
185,572
275,763
172,400
27,757
122,408
60,874
197,782
45,638

1970 - 2009 Change
Numeric Percent
53,915
73.0%
68,175
24.1%
87,854
99.6%
63,691
44.5%
47,892
90.1%
16,091
40.2%
363
0.1%
56,214
108.7%
45,336
21.2%
26,780
120.3%
44,726
46.4%
117,277
68.3%
107,287
71.3%
69,540
59.9%
165,452
150.0%
19,633
12.9%
8,159
41.6%
64,098
109.9%
29,656
95.0%
23,452
13.5%
20,674
82.8%

2,388,689 2,772,248 3,075,310 3,310,279 3,524,954 1,136,265

47.6%

*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 2009 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 Revised: October 7, 2010

Projected Growth in Housing Units, 2004 - 2025
Municipality
Boonton
Boonton Twp.
Butler
Chatham Boro.
Chatham Twp.
Chester Boro.
Chester Twp.
Denville
Dover
East Hanover
Florham Park
Hanover
Harding
Jefferson
Kinnelon
Lincoln Park
Long Hill
Madison
Mendham Boro.
Mendham Twp.
Mine Hill
Montville
Morris Twp.
Morris Plains
Morristown
Mountain Lakes
Mount Arlington
Mount Olive
Netcong
Parsippany
Pequannock
Randolph
Riverdale
Rockaway Boro.
Rockaway Twp.
Roxbury
Victory Gardens
Washington
Wharton
Morris County

Existing
Housing Units
Housing Units
by 2025
2004
3,368
3,544
1,720
1,880
3,192
3,339
3,232
3,247
4,055
4,169
627
672
2,581
2,918
6,375
6,855
5,700
6,080
3,933
4,059
4,120
4,495
5,024
5,363
1,488
1,727
8,152
8,392
3,522
3,602
4,124
4,224
3,255
3,500
6,100
6,175
1,828
1,918
1,966
2,103
1,392
1,575
8,035
8,585
9,163
9,523
2,022
2,051
7,615
8,415
1,370
1,430
2,098
2,458
10,824
10,920
1,423
1,773
20,421
20,924
5,667
6,801
9,300
10,075
1,068
1,728
2,507
2,524
9,164
11,569
8,486
9,225
588
588
5,894
6,536
2,463
2,614
183,862

197,576

Growth
176
160
147
15
114
45
337
480
380
126
375
339
239
240
80
100
245
75
90
137
183
550
360
29
800
60
360
96
350
503
1,134
775
660
17
2,405
739
0
642
151

5.2%
9.3%
4.6%
0.5%
2.8%
7.2%
13.1%
7.5%
6.7%
3.2%
9.1%
6.7%
16.1%
2.9%
2.3%
2.4%
7.5%
1.2%
4.9%
7.0%
13.1%
6.8%
3.9%
1.4%
10.5%
4.4%
17.2%
0.9%
24.6%
2.5%
20.0%
8.3%
61.8%
0.7%
26.2%
8.7%
0.0%
10.9%
6.1%

13,714

7.5%

SOURCE: Morris County Department of Planning, Development & Technology,
Morris County Final Cross-Acceptance Report, March 2005

Percent
Growth

Units in Residential Structures, 2000

Municipality
Boonton
Boonton Twp.
Butler
Chatham Boro.
Chatham Twp.
Chester Boro.
Chester Twp.
Denville
Dover
East Hanover
Florham Park
Hanover
Harding
Jefferson
Kinnelon
Lincoln Park
Long Hill
Madison
Mendham Boro.
Mendham Twp.
Mine Hill
Montville
Morris Twp.
Morris Plains
Morristown
Mountain Lakes
Mount Arlington
Mount Olive
Netcong
Parsippany
Pequannock
Randolph
Riverdale
Rockaway Boro.
Rockaway Twp.
Roxbury
Victory Gardens
Washington
Wharton
Morris County

Total
Housing
1-unit,
1-unit,
3 or 4 5 to 9 10 to 19 20 or More Mobile Boat, RV,
Units
detached attached 2 Units Units Units
Units
Units
Home Van, etc.
3,352
1,877
155
684
275
213
54
94
0
0
1,510
1,341
147
11
3
8
0
0
0
0
2,923
1,946
39
364
189
75
119
185
6
0
3,232
2,587
46
124
228
46
59
137
5
0
4,019
2,683
180
24
130
578
206
218
0
0
627
437
25
19
44
8
0
43
51
0
2,377
2,337
0
31
9
0
0
0
0
0
6,178
4,940
365
91
105
92
139
446
0
0
5,568
2,751
583
946
463
241
158
419
7
0
3,895
3,251
253
48
120
98
106
8
11
0
3,342
2,353
520
33
78
68
176
101
13
0
4,818
3,844
443
83
63
170
166
49
0
0
1,243
1,082
155
0
0
0
0
0
6
0
7,527
6,668
286
119
107
166
32
0
149
0
3,123
3,083
25
15
0
0
0
0
0
0
4,110
2,094
731
191
95
150
226
614
9
0
3,206
2,546
246
135
141
31
29
57
21
0
5,641
3,485
402
577
358
274
179
359
7
0
1,828
1,358
298
58
47
40
14
13
0
0
1,849
1,792
22
0
8
21
6
0
0
0
1,388
1,151
166
43
11
17
0
0
0
0
7,541
5,066
1,194
114
178
203
364
416
6
0
8,298
5,962
905
297
160
243
493
232
0
6
1,994
1,721
35
34
36
118
50
0
0
0
7,615
2,115
662
872
938
514
537
1,968
0
9
1,357
1,232
109
8
0
0
0
0
0
8
2,039
1,148
305
39
67
170
263
22
25
0
9,311
5,248
179
206
537
547
2,176
418
0
0
1,043
641
75
182
64
21
55
5
0
0
20,066
11,296
976
478
533
862
2,348
3,549
15
9
5,097
4,019
364
119
82
181
160
164
0
8
8,903
6,408
313
164
323
173
634
858
30
0
940
713
36
89
36
4
8
54
0
0
2,491
1,722
70
205
136
118
151
73
16
0
8,506
6,835
503
113
302
215
212
241
85
0
8,550
6,682
384
281
144
556
337
166
0
0
588
148
163
66
21
44
108
36
2
0
5,890
5,087
291
48
186
40
153
43
42
0
2,394
1,236
301
404
136
71
73
152
21
0
174,379

120,885

11,952

7,315

6,353

6,376

9,791

11,140

527

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.

40

Owner-Occupied vs. Renter-Occupied Housing
Units, 1990 and 2000
Municipality
Boonton
Boonton Twp.
Butler
Chatham Boro.
Chatham Twp.
Chester Boro.
Chester Twp.
Denville
Dover
East Hanover
Florham Park
Hanover
Harding
Jefferson
Kinnelon
Lincoln Park
Long Hill
Madison
Mendham Boro.
Mendham Twp.
Mine Hill
Montville
Morris Twp.
Morris Plains
Morristown
Mountain Lakes
Mount Arlington
Mount Olive
Netcong
Parsippany
Pequannock
Randolph
Riverdale
Rockaway Boro.
Rockaway Twp.
Roxbury
Victory Gardens
Washington
Wharton
Morris County

1990
2000
Owner-Occ. Renter-Occ. Owner-Occ. Renter-Occ.
1,845
1,276
1,963
1,309
1,132
109
1,370
106
1,841
824
1,905
963
2,405
690
2,511
648
2,891
680
3,271
649
366
85
474
135
1,722
185
2,159
164
4,193
683
5,144
846
2,782
2,371
2,875
2,561
2,816
222
3,613
230
2,665
237
2,803
436
3,426
364
4,364
381
1,189
177
1,092
88
5,430
900
6,311
820
2,661
115
2,972
90
2,897
971
3,061
965
2,304
439
2,687
452
3,570
1,830
3,698
1,822
1,421
266
1,529
252
1,479
112
1,710
78
1,063
147
1,228
137
4,473
416
6,336
1,044
5,639
1,458
6,888
1,228
1,713
208
1,791
164
2,524
4,188
2,865
4,387
1,162
77
1,281
49
885
406
1,536
382
4,187
3,785
5,078
3,990
657
636
646
362
10,665
7,704
11,867
7,757
3,782
499
4,497
529
4,923
2,005
6,446
2,233
671
184
755
164
1,556
733
1,679
766
5,696
1,212
6,849
1,259
5,744
753
7,033
1,331
187
290
231
333
4,251
657
5,067
688
1,276
768
1,454
874
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 SingleFamily Housing Units, 1990 and 2000
Boonton
Boonton Twp.
Butler
Chatham Boro.
Chatham Twp.
Chester Boro.
Chester Twp.
Denville
Dover
East Hanover
Florham Park
Hanover
Harding
Jefferson
Kinnelon
Lincoln Park
Long Hill
Madison
Mendham Boro.
Mendham Twp.
Mine Hill
Montville
Morris Twp.
Morris Plains
Morristown
Mountain Lakes
Mount Arlington
Mount Olive
Netcong
Parsippany
Pequannock
Randolph
Riverdale
Rockaway Boro.
Rockaway Twp.
Roxbury
Victory Gardens
Washington
Wharton

1990
$189,800
$266,600
$182,100
$254,300
$338,600
$229,000
$335,700
$189,700
$155,300
$254,700
$259,100
$234,900
$500,001
$161,200
$298,600
$179,400
$241,400
$250,100
$292,500
$438,300
$159,400
$280,800
$297,900
$233,700
$205,800
$364,300
$164,300
$173,300
$148,200
$207,100
$204,800
$255,800
$178,200
$169,200
$181,400
$188,600
$118,200
$242,700
$161,500

Median Value
2000
$212,000
$322,600
$187,500
$376,900
$449,000
$313,600
$407,900
$228,300
$150,500
$322,800
$322,400
$286,100
$665,400
$180,400
$354,000
$194,300
$297,000
$362,400
$397,000
$556,200
$161,900
$346,600
$350,400
$282,500
$224,400
$488,900
$183,700
$197,800
$147,400
$234,100
$246,100
$329,800
$210,200
$187,200
$206,200
$207,400
$117,100
$279,300
$165,300

Morris County

$217,300

$257,400

Municipality

% Change
11.7%
21.0%
3.0%
48.2%
32.6%
36.9%
21.5%
20.3%
-3.1%
26.7%
24.4%
21.8%
33.1%
11.9%
18.6%
8.3%
23.0%
44.9%
35.7%
26.9%
1.6%
23.4%
17.6%
20.9%
9.0%
34.2%
11.8%
14.1%
-0.5%
13.0%
20.2%
28.9%
18.0%
10.6%
13.7%
10.0%
-0.9%
15.1%
2.4%
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
Municipality
Boonton
Boonton Twp.
Butler
Chatham Boro.
Chatham Twp.
Chester Boro.
Chester Twp.
Denville
Dover
East Hanover
Florham Park
Hanover
Harding
Jefferson
Kinnelon
Lincoln Park
Long Hill
Madison
Mendham Boro.
Mendham Twp.
Mine Hill
Montville
Morris Twp.
Morris Plains
Morristown
Mountain Lakes
Mount Arlington
Mount Olive
Netcong
Parsippany
Pequannock
Randolph
Riverdale
Rockaway Boro.
Rockaway Twp.
Roxbury
Victory Gardens
Washington
Wharton
Morris County

Median Contract Rent
% Change
2000
$633
$817
29.1%
$611
$980
60.4%
$602
$739
22.8%
$815
$1,018
24.9%
$948
$1,238
30.6%
$665
$741
11.4%
$731
$1,176
60.9%
$747
$1,049
40.4%
$615
$782
27.2%
$907
$1,255
38.4%
$1,001
$731
-27.0%
$829
$1,004
21.1%
$920
$1,080
17.4%
$639
$754
18.0%
$781
$1,288
64.9%
$729
$879
20.6%
$759
$886
16.7%
$739
$960
29.9%
$802
$1,092
36.2%
$792
$956
20.7%
$718
$1,045
45.5%
$786
$1,049
33.5%
$809
$929
14.8%
$878
$935
6.5%
$595
$862
44.9%
$1,001
$1,554
55.2%
$631
$770
22.0%
$608
$763
25.5%
$586
$688
17.4%
$651
$771
18.4%
$613
$680
10.9%
$676
$848
25.4%
$664
$872
31.3%
$665
$804
20.9%
$804
$876
9.0%
$655
$704
7.5%
$613
$722
17.8%
$736
$899
22.1%
$663
$761
14.8%

1990

$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
Municipality

Total
Units

Boonton
Boonton Twp.
Butler
Chatham Boro.
Chatham Twp.
Chester Boro.
Chester Twp.
Denville
Dover
East Hanover
Florham Park
Hanover
Harding
Jefferson
Kinnelon
Lincoln Park
Long Hill
Madison
Mendham Boro.
Mendham Twp.
Mine Hill
Montville
Morris Twp.
Morris Plains
Morristown
Mountain Lakes
Mount Arlington
Mount Olive
Netcong
Parsippany
Pequannock
Randolph
Riverdale
Rockaway Boro.
Rockaway Twp.
Roxbury
Victory Gardens
Washington
Wharton

3,352
1,510
2,923
3,232
4,019
627
2,377
6,178
5,568
3,895
3,342
4,818
1,243
7,527
3,123
4,110
3,206
5,641
1,828
1,849
1,388
7,541
8,298
1,994
7,615
1,357
2,039
9,311
1,043
20,066
5,097
8,903
940
2,491
8,506
8,550
588
5,890
2,394

Morris County

174,379

Median 1999 to
1995 to 1990 to 1980 to 1970 to 1960 to 1940 to 1939 or
Year
March
1998
1994
1989
1979
1969
1959
earlier
Built
2000
1942
0
65
116
157
279
398
714
1,623
1963
13
207
69
188
103
237
459
234
1953
12
27
116
110
452
455
779
972
1947
3
36
6
115
198
306
1,398
1,170
1966
27
69
322
758
578
611
1,215
439
1971
27
32
111
52
102
81
100
122
1972
92
194
146
497
344
384
376
344
1963
65
797
356
381
703
1,063
1,689
1,124
1953
43
128
105
463
537
831
1,645
1,816
1973
14
301
517
651
666
701
808
237
1966
98
104
115
772
417
467
1,129
240
1964
94
442
532
393
621
558
1,811
367
1965
20
80
42
217
178
155
271
280
1964
152
599
253
868
1,032
1,503
2,487
633
1965
59
120
114
486
454
685
987
218
1967
8
26
250
1,284
200
878
901
563
1963
18
233
139
494
348
570
869
535
1953
7
55
153
613
381
574
2,293
1,565
1971
18
30
36
344
541
253
255
351
1973
46
112
227
218
429
311
270
236
1958
0
86
64
201
94
165
545
233
1979
64
1,134
1,318
1,142
1,014
1,356
800
713
1967
49
360
781
1,361
1,007
1,793
1,756
1,191
1957
6
22
29
212
184
351
751
439
1954
28
394
175
551
939
1,074
1,925
2,529
1947
18
43
62
95
74
107
382
576
1971
42
356
251
132
262
417
365
214
1973
239
516
413
1,329
3,178
1,892
961
783
1947
0
30
18
62
77
162
295
399
1965
348
580
702
1,843
3,418
6,484
5,216
1,475
1960
39
159
498
255
570
1,034
1,948
594
1976
457
613
826
1,650
2,260
1,300
1,366
431
1956
78
33
29
65
52
89
403
191
1955
20
57
108
111
402
298
715
780
1965
123
480
712
870
1,039
2,185
2,329
768
1971
186
746
689
1,023
1,767
1,574
1,768
797
1964
3
57
29
95
58
82
206
58
1978
104
399
499
1,613
1,488
711
494
582
1956
8
209
51
262
238
271
547
808
1965

2,628

9,931

10,979

21,933

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.

26,684

32,366

43,228

26,630

Per Capita Income, 1989 and 1999
Municipality
Boonton
Boonton Twp.
Butler
Chatham Boro.
Chatham Twp.
Chester Boro.
Chester Twp.
Denville
Dover
East Hanover
Florham Park
Hanover
Harding
Jefferson
Kinnelon
Lincoln Park
Long Hill
Madison
Mendham Boro.
Mendham Twp.
Mine Hill
Montville
Morris Twp.
Morris Plains
Morristown
Mountain Lakes
Mount Arlington
Mount Olive
Netcong
Parsippany
Pequannock
Randolph
Riverdale
Rockaway Boro.
Rockaway Twp.
Roxbury
Victory Gardens
Washington
Wharton
Morris County

Per Capita Income
1989
1999
% Change
$20,099
$29,919
48.9%
$25,037
$45,014
79.8%
$18,806
$27,113
44.2%
$31,947
$53,027
66.0%
$38,773
$65,497
68.9%
$22,040
$42,564
93.1%
$35,467
$55,353
56.1%
$25,054
$38,607
54.1%
$15,344
$18,056
17.7%
$22,336
$32,129
43.8%
$28,561
$42,133
47.5%
$22,546
$37,661
67.0%
$72,575
$72,689
0.2%
$19,810
$27,950
41.1%
$34,881
$45,796
31.3%
$21,189
$30,389
43.4%
$27,557
$42,613
54.6%
$28,597
$38,416
34.3%
$35,713
$48,629
36.2%
$47,118
$61,460
30.4%
$19,261
$27,119
40.8%
$29,785
$43,341
45.5%
$34,754
$54,782
57.6%
$27,926
$36,553
30.9%
$22,036
$30,086
36.5%
$51,919
$65,086
25.4%
$19,175
$32,222
68.0%
$19,655
$28,691
46.0%
$16,335
$23,472
43.7%
$22,137
$32,220
45.5%
$20,888
$31,892
52.7%
$26,746
$43,072
61.0%
$18,582
$31,187
67.8%
$19,772
$26,500
34.0%
$21,717
$33,184
52.8%
$20,564
$30,174
46.7%
$13,698
$20,616
50.5%
$24,157
$37,489
55.2%
$18,588
$25,168
35.4%
$25,177

Per Capita Income Rank*
1989
1999
218
210
114
65
270
272
49
31
24
11
168
80
31
26
113
104
426
517
158
173
73
82
152
112
4
8
229
252
32
60
193
198
81
79
72
106
30
44
10
17
251
271
60
72
33
27
77
126
169
207
8
13
254
168
237
236
378
387
165
169
202
177
94
75
277
187
233
291
175
158
208
204
482
460
127
113
276
329

$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
Municipality
Boonton
Boonton Twp.
Butler
Chatham Boro.
Chatham Twp.
Chester Boro.
Chester Twp.
Denville
Dover
East Hanover
Florham Park
Hanover
Harding
Jefferson
Kinnelon
Lincoln Park
Long Hill
Madison
Mendham Boro.
Mendham Twp.
Mine Hill
Montville
Morris Twp.
Morris Plains
Morristown
Mountain Lakes
Mount Arlington
Mount Olive
Netcong
Parsippany
Pequannock
Randolph
Riverdale
Rockaway Boro.
Rockaway Twp.
Roxbury
Victory Gardens
Washington
Wharton
Morris County

Median Household
Income
$65,322
$91,753
$57,455
$101,991
$106,208
$80,398
$117,298
$76,778
$53,423
$82,133
$88,706
$84,115
$111,297
$68,837
$105,991
$69,050
$84,532
$82,847
$110,348
$136,174
$64,643
$94,557
$101,902
$84,806
$57,562
$141,757
$67,213
$64,515
$55,000
$68,133
$72,729
$97,589
$71,083
$61,002
$80,939
$72,982
$44,375
$97,763
$56,580
$77,340

SOURCE: U.S. Census Bureau, Census 2000

Median Family
Income
$75,147
$102,944
$66,199
$119,635
$131,609
$106,260
$133,586
$90,651
$57,141
$88,348
$102,047
$93,937
$128,719
$76,974
$110,593
$77,307
$103,037
$101,798
$129,812
$146,254
$67,467
$105,394
$116,866
$98,333
$66,419
$153,227
$79,514
$75,189
$65,833
$81,041
$84,487
$115,722
$79,557
$66,997
$89,281
$83,409
$43,594
$104,926
$64,957
$89,773

Poverty Rate
Individuals
6.7%
1.3%
5.0%
2.2%
2.7%
5.2%
2.3%
2.8%
13.4%
1.7%
5.8%
1.2%
1.1%
2.4%
2.6%
2.8%
3.3%
3.4%
4.1%
1.8%
5.6%
3.8%
3.8%
2.4%
11.5%
2.0%
3.3%
3.1%
3.1%
3.9%
3.0%
1.4%
5.3%
5.0%
2.4%
2.7%
8.4%
2.3%
8.3%
3.9%

Poverty Rate
Families
5.0%
0.9%
2.5%
1.7%
1.9%
2.1%
2.4%
1.7%
8.2%
1.3%
2.4%
0.7%
0.0%
1.0%
2.3%
1.9%
2.3%
2.0%
2.6%
1.4%
4.7%
2.6%
2.1%
1.5%
7.1%
1.4%
2.3%
1.7%
2.5%
2.6%
2.5%
1.0%
3.0%
3.0%
1.4%
2.1%
8.9%
1.8%
6.4%
2.4%

Household Income in 1999 and 2009 for Morris County

Less than $10,000
$10,000 to $14,999
$15,000 to $24,999
$25,000 to $34,999
$35,000 to $49,999
$50,000 to $74,999
$75,000 to $99,999
$100,000 to $149,999
$150,000 to $199,999
$200,000 or more
Total Households
Median Household Income

1999
Households
Percent
5,280
3.1%
4,162
2.5%
9,016
5.3%
11,528
6.8%
19,304
11.4%
32,678
19.2%
26,978
15.9%
31,791
18.7%
13,776
8.1%
15,281
9.0%

2009
Households
Percent
4,458
2.5%
2,819
1.6%
8,400
4.8%
10,999
6.3%
16,080
9.2%
25,152
14.3%
23,090
13.2%
37,457
21.4%
18,954
10.8%
27,959
15.9%

169,794

100%

175,368

100%

$77,340

-

$96,787

-

SOURCE: U.S. Census Bureau, Census 2000 and 2009 American Community Survey

Family Income in 1999 and 2009 for Morris County

Less than $10,000
$10,000 to $14,999
$15,000 to $24,999
$25,000 to $34,999
$35,000 to $49,999
$50,000 to $74,999
$75,000 to $99,999
$100,000 to $149,999
$150,000 to $199,999
$200,000 or more
Total Families
Median Family Income

1999
Families
Percent
1,869
1.5%
1,347
1.1%
4,310
3.4%
6,260
5.0%
11,721
9.3%
23,593
18.8%
22,311
17.7%
28,000
22.3%
12,377
9.8%
13,938
11.1%

2009
Families
Percent
1,315
1.0%
787
0.6%
3,551
2.8%
5,881
4.6%
9,321
7.2%
15,486
12.0%
17,509
13.6%
31,511
24.5%
17,576
13.7%
25,659
20.0%

125,726

100%

128,596

100%

$89,773

-

$114,355

-

SOURCE: U.S. Census Bureau, Census 2000 and 2009 American Community Survey
Table Revised: October 7, 2010

Income by Counties, 1999

Atlantic County
Bergen County
Burlington County
Camden County
Cape May County
Cumberland County
Essex County
Gloucester County
Hudson County
Hunterdon County
Mercer County
Middlesex County
Monmouth County
Morris County
Ocean County
Passaic County
Salem County
Somerset County
Sussex County
Union County
Warren County

$43,933
$65,241
$58,608
$48,097
$41,591
$39,150
$44,944
$54,273
$40,293
$79,888
$56,612
$61,446
$64,271
$77,340
$46,443
$49,210
$45,573
$76,933
$65,266
$55,339
$56,100

Median
Household
Income
Rank *
18
5
8
14
19
21
17
12
20
1
9
7
6
2
15
13
16
3
4
11
10

New Jersey

$55,146

-

Counties

Median
Household
Income

$51,710
$78,079
$67,481
$57,429
$51,402
$45,403
$54,818
$62,482
$44,053
$91,050
$68,494
$70,749
$76,823
$89,773
$56,420
$56,054
$54,890
$90,605
$73,335
$65,234
$66,223

Median
Family
Income
Rank*
18
4
9
13
19
20
17
12
21
1
8
7
5
3
14
15
16
2
6
11
10

$65,370

-

Median
Family
Income

Per Capita
Income

Per Capita
Income
Rank*

$21,034
$33,638
$26,339
$22,354
$24,172
$17,376
$24,943
$22,708
$21,154
$36,370
$27,914
$26,535
$31,149
$36,964
$23,054
$21,370
$20,874
$37,970
$26,992
$26,992
$25,728

19
4
10
16
13
21
12
15
18
3
6
9
5
2
14
17
20
1
7
8
11

$27,006

-

* Ranked from a total of 21 counties in New Jersey
SOURCE: U.S. Census Bureau, Census 2000

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$90,000

$80,000

$70,000

$60,000

$50,000

$40,000

$30,000

$20,000

$10,000

$0

SOURCE: U.S. Census Bureau, Census

Top 25 U.S. Counties by Income, 1999
Median Household Income
Rank
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25

County
Douglas County, CO
Fairfax County, VA
Loudoun County, VA
Hunterdon County, NJ
Los Alamos County, NM
Morris County, NJ
Somerset County, NJ
Falls Church City, VA
Santa Clara County, CA
Howard County, MD
Putnam County, NY
Nassau County, NY
Montgomery County, MD
Marin County, CA
Fayette County, GA
Hamilton County, IN
Collin County, TX
San Mateo County, CA
Williamson County, TN
Forsyth County, GA
Rockland County, NY
DuPage County, IL
Fairfax City, VA
Livingston County, MI
Delaware County, OH

Median Family Income
Dollars
$82,929
$81,050
$80,648
$79,888
$78,993
$77,340
$76,933
$74,924
$74,335
$74,167
$72,279
$72,030
$71,551
$71,306
$71,227
$71,026
$70,835
$70,819
$69,104
$68,890
$67,971
$67,887
$67,642
$67,400
$67,258

County
Falls Church City, VA
Fairfax County, VA
Hunterdon County, NJ
Somerset County, NJ
Los Alamos County, NM
Morris County, NJ
Marin County, CA
Douglas County, CO
Loudoun County, VA
Howard County, MD
Montgomery County, MD
Putnam County, NY
Collin County, TX
Santa Clara County, CA
Nassau County, NY
San Mateo County, CA
Hamilton County, IN
Westchester County, NY
DuPage County, IL
Fairfax City, VA
Arlington County, VA
Fayette County, GA
Rockland County, NY
Williamson County, TN
Bergen County, NJ

Per Capita Income
Dollars
$97,225
$92,146
$91,050
$90,605
$90,032
$89,773
$88,934
$88,482
$88,387
$85,422
$84,035
$82,197
$81,856
$81,717
$81,246
$80,737
$80,239
$79,881
$79,314
$78,921
$78,877
$78,853
$78,806
$78,315
$78,079

SOURCE: U.S. Census Bureau, Census 2000
NOTE: Alexandria City, Fairfax City & Falls Church City are "Independent Cities" not affiliated with
any county.

County
Marin County, CA
Manhattan, NY
Falls Church City, VA
Pitkin County, CO
Fairfield County, CT
Teton County, WY
Somerset County, NJ
Arlington County, VA
Alexandria City, VA
Morris County, NJ
Fairfax County, VA
Westchester County, NY
Hunterdon County, NJ
San Mateo County, CA
Montgomery County, MD
San Miguel County, CO
Douglas County, CO
Los Alamos County, NM
San Francisco County, CA
Summit County, UT
Bergen County, NJ
Loudoun County, VA
Collin County, TX
Hamilton County, IN
Santa Clara County, CA

Dollars
$44,962
$42,922
$41,051
$40,811
$38,350
$38,260
$37,970
$37,706
$37,645
$36,964
$36,888
$36,726
$36,370
$36,045
$35,684
$35,329
$34,848
$34,646
$34,556
$33,767
$33,638
$33,530
$33,345
$33,109
$32,795

Income by Counties, 2009
Counties
Atlantic County
Bergen County
Burlington County
Camden County
Cape May County
Cumberland County
Essex County
Gloucester County
Hudson County
Hunterdon County
Mercer County
Middlesex County
Monmouth County
Morris County
Ocean County
Passaic County
Salem County
Somerset County
Sussex County
Union County
Warren County
New Jersey

$52,864
$80,900
$74,924
$60,946
$50,184
$48,959
$54,085
$70,487
$56,745
$100,729
$71,650
$75,531
$80,553
$96,787
$59,706
$51,828
$51,907
$89,871
$80,120
$65,250
$71,162

Median
Household
Income
Rank *
17
4
8
13
20
21
16
11
15
1
9
7
5
2
14
19
18
3
6
12
10

$66,240
$98,069
$87,304
$77,235
$58,267
$60,285
$67,232
$84,976
$61,193
$123,759
$90,751
$89,948
$101,552
$114,355
$71,928
$64,199
$70,084
$105,877
$91,327
$77,786
$81,018

Median
Family
Income
Rank*
17
5
9
13
21
20
16
10
19
1
7
8
4
2
14
18
15
3
6
12
11

$68,342

-

$83,381

-

Median
Household
Income

Median
Family
Income

Per Capita
Income

Per Capita
Income
Rank*

$26,883
$41,373
$34,486
$29,814
$30,885
$20,968
$31,109
$30,389
$32,053
$46,575
$36,215
$33,170
$39,227
$47,159
$29,199
$24,540
$27,252
$43,725
$33,848
$33,436
$31,936

19
4
7
16
14
21
13
15
11
2
6
10
5
1
17
20
18
3
8
9
12

$34,263

-

* Ranked from a total of 21 counties in New Jersey
Source: U.S. Census Bureau, 2009 American Community Survey
Table Revised: October 7, 2010

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$120,000

$100,000

$80,000

$60,000

$40,000

$20,000

$0

Top 25 U.S. Counties by Income, 2009
Median Household Income
Rank
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25

County
Loudoun County, VA
Fairfax County, VA
Howard County, MD
Hunterdon County, NJ
Douglas County, CO
Morris County, NJ
Arlington County, VA
Montgomery County, MD
Nassau County, NY
Somerset County, NJ
Prince William County, VA
Calvert County, MD
Charles County, MD
Marin County, CA
Stafford County, VA
Fauquier County, VA
Williamson County, TN
Santa Clara County, CA
San Mateo County, CA
Scott County, MN
Suffolk County, NY
Frederick County, MD
Delaware County, OH
Forsyth County, GA
Putnam County, NY

Median Family Income
Dollars
$114,204
$102,499
$101,940
$100,729
$99,409
$96,787
$96,218
$94,420
$92,776
$89,871
$89,785
$89,289
$89,115
$89,019
$88,438
$88,305
$85,403
$85,215
$85,213
$84,035
$83,620
$83,229
$83,106
$83,000
$82,121

County
Arlington County, VA
Loudoun County, VA
Hunterdon County, NJ
Fairfax County, VA
Howard County, MD
Marin County, CA
Morris County, NJ
Montgomery County, MD
Douglas County, CO
Nassau County, NY
Somerset County, NJ
Fauquier County, VA
Alexandria City, VA
San Mateo County, CA
Monmouth County, NJ
Norfolk County, MA
Charles County, MD
Middlesex County, MA
Westchester County, NY
Prince William County, VA
Calvert County, MD
Chester County, PA
Fairfield County, CT
Bergen County, NJ
Santa Clara County, CA

SOURCE: U.S. Census Bureau, 2009 American Community Survey
NOTE: Alexandria City is an "Independent City" not affiliated with any county.
2009 data is only available for geographic areas with a population of 65,000 or more.
Table Revised: October 7, 2010

Per Capita Income
Dollars
$136,542
$124,950
$123,759
$122,651
$120,260
$114,441
$114,355
$114,230
$109,904
$106,484
$105,877
$103,146
$102,969
$102,620
$101,552
$101,096
$99,915
$99,907
$99,650
$98,927
$98,645
$98,321
$98,118
$98,069
$97,669

County
Manhattan, NY
Arlington County, VA
Marin County, CA
Alexandria City, VA
Morris County, NJ
Fairfax County, VA
Montgomery County, MD
Hunterdon County, NJ
Fairfield County, CT
Howard County, MD
Loudoun County, VA
Westchester County, NY
San Francisco County, CA
Somerset County, NJ
San Mateo County, CA
Norfolk County, MA
Douglas County, CO
Bergen County, NJ
Ozaukee County, WI
Washington, DC
Chester County, PA
Nassau County, NY
Middlesex County, MA
Montgomery County, PA
Monmouth County, NJ

Dollars
$61,992
$54,981
$51,475
$50,519
$47,159
$47,103
$47,004
$46,575
$46,268
$45,255
$44,918
$44,689
$44,038
$43,725
$42,249
$41,876
$41,578
$41,373
$41,224
$40,797
$40,729
$39,686
$39,577
$39,283
$39,227

School Enrollment, 2009-2010 School Year by School District
District

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

58

73

62

68

56

65

77

70

74

609

55

49

53

64

63

56

62

54

66

522

80

78

62

83

58

73

61

61

57

620

157

117

142

School Dist. of Chathams

302

359

315

300

299

337

305

301

273

2,791

275

295

244

Chester Twp.

113

140

148

139

160

166

186

158

153

1,363

Denville

137

182

207

199

226

229

233

204

213

1,830

93

239

234

202

216

199

168

188

242

234

2,015

8

106

122

111

127

118

136

141

128

131

1,128

6

Boonton Twp.
Butler

Dover
East Hanover

7

K

Total
Pre-K-8

1

Boonton

Pre-K

Educ. Serv. Comm. Morris Co.
Florham Park

5

Harding
Jefferson

8

Kinnelon

Grand Total

529

548.5

27

1,195.5

243

1057

52

3,900

0

14

1,377

0

72

1,902.0

856.5

54

2,925.5

0

12

1,140

0

0

125

125

0

24

1,042

121

108

104

116

116

120

110

1,018

148

129

170

163

182

187

177

179

179

1,514

0

Hanover

Spec. Ed.
Pre-K-12

132.5

380

330

166.5

352

135

Total HS

7

244

130.5

12

50

260

142

11

0

119

155

10

562.5

99

Hanover Park Regional

9

186

388

1,221.5

1,450

8

1,458

0

30

1,544

30

35

21

41

38

33

48

24

42

312

0

0.5

312.5

216

266

249

256

268

275

270

241

304

2,353

277

261

276

279

1,093

131

3,577

172

170.5

175

176.5

694

39

2,203

142

137

144

151

161

178

163

193

201

1,470

Lincoln Park

23

88

104

100

106

78

90

95

97

104

885

0

Long Hill

10

87

89

102

113

119

108

126

117

137

1,008

0

16

1,024

744

24.5

2,274.5

Madison

134

178

163

172

156

172

179

166

186

1,506

Mendham Boro.

17

49

72

76

75

69

79

73

89

70

669

0

Mendham Twp.

3

81

75

88

84

106

113

100

122

121

893

0

Mine Hill

31

57

56

49

41

54

52

35

375

0

Montville

13

268

288

301

326

323

318

324

333

358

2,852

166

324

203

351.5

201

323.5

174

316

1,315

885

669
6

899

87

4,254

44.5

2,796.5

375

Morris Co. Vocational

0

196

199

200

147.5

742.5

Morris Hills Regional

0

761

700

669.5

621.5

2,752
0

10

641

387

382

359

357

1,485

123

4,804

Morris Plains
Morris School District

97

Mount Arlington
Mount Olive
Mountain Lakes

68

86

77

79

85

56

68

53

59

631

388

365

364

376

337

348

331

296

294

3,196

742.5

36

40

43

44

42

34

41

49

40

369

0

12

381

294

358

351

394

363

361

375

370

378

3,244

388

379

360.5

310

1,437.5

207

4,888.5

172

184

160.5

176.5

693

147

1,643

0

8

286

6

54

86

82

88

81

107

86

113

100

803

Netcong

28

34

34

26

31

18

28

23

31

25

278

Parsippany-Troy Hills

65

535

520

526

518

508

559

507

522

561

4,821

531

561

553.5

522

2,167.5

283.5

7,272

Pequannock

148

161

157

177

167

169

209

215

188

1,591

148

180.5

214.5

178.5

721.5

50

2,362.5

Randolph

35

346

364

407

404

432

380

426

407

425

3,626

422

411

426

443

1,702

75

5,403

Riverdale

18

37

41

31

24

29

31

36

31

28

306

0

Rockaway Boro.

38

66

66

70

74

67

74

66

65

75

661

0

Rockaway Twp.

222

246

257

271

298

293

285

308

292

2,472

0

133

2,605

Roxbury

230

271

233

282

323

318

336

324

328

2,645

405

358

409.5

382

1,554.5

78.5

4,278

8

10

17

10

14

14

10

13

7

103

114

114

106

90

424

216

257

298

288

309

325

316

327

351

2,687

53

2,740

2,679.5

10

2,689.5

56

67

100

75

65

69

69

80

74

94

749

0

46

795

567

5,238

5,790

5,758

5,957

5,979

6,117

6,154

6,097

6,258

53,915

24,679.5

2,059.5

80,654

Unity Charter School
Washington
West Morris Regional
Wharton
Morris County

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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 Revised: October 7, 2010

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716
6,406

650
6,232.5

691.5
6,161

622
5,880

306
661

527

Racial Breakdown of Students by School District, Fall 2009
District
Boonton

White

Black

Hispanic

Asian

Native
American

Hawaiian
Native

Two or More
Races

Grand
Total

735.5

100

153.5

223.5

3

2

4

474

4

20

24

0

1

6

529

Butler

1,022

20

116.5

32

0

5

0

1,195.5

School Dist. of Chathams

3,435

30

122

282

0

0

31

3,900

Chester Twp.

1,217

18

72

58

2

10

0

1,377

Denville

1,594

51

102

149

2

1

3

1,902

Dover

316.5

183

2,350.5

68

0

0

7.5

2,925.5

961

11

47

116

0

5

0

1,140

90

18

13

3

1

0

0

125

887

45

21

68

0

0

21

1,042

Boonton Twp.

East Hanover
Educ. Serv. Comm. Morris Co.
Florham Park
Hanover Park Regional

1,221.5

1213.5

35

61

148.5

0

0

0

1,458

Hanover

1,265

15

59

195

0

1

9

1,544

Harding

282.5

6

10

14

0

0

0

312.5

Jefferson

3,052

68

253

193

8

3

0

3,577

Kinnelon

2,025

24

51

63

1

39

0

2,203

Lincoln Park

690

12

98

47

0

32

6

885

Long Hill

860

6

64

82

1

5

6

1,024

Madison

1,821.5

73

204

172

2

2

0

2274.5

Mendham Boro.

638

0

13

16

2

0

0

669

Mendham Twp.

813

6

27

50

3

0

0

899

Mine Hill

213

39

99

24

0

0

0

375

Montville

3,110.5

70

150.5

887

12

21

3

4,254

514

17

94

105.5

4

1

7

742.5

2049.5

82

449

210

6

0

0

2796.5

566

3

37

35

0

0

0

641

2,742

655

1,168

229

7

3

0

4,804

Morris Co. Vocational
Morris Hills Regional
Morris Plains
Morris School District

301

12

45

22

0

1

0

381

Mount Olive

Mount Arlington

3,536

301

540.5

482

3

4

22

4,888.5

Mountain Lakes

1,409

32.5

64

130.5

0

0

7

1,643

179

12

87

7

1

0

0

286

3647.5

257

686.5

2,533

24

11

113

7,272

Netcong
Parsippany-Troy Hills

2,214

7

102.5

35

1

2

1

2,362.5

Randolph

Pequannock

4,252.5

154.5

503

476

4

11

2

5,403

Riverdale

260

2

28

16

0

0

0

306

Rockaway Boro.

435

29

127

69

1

0

0

661

Rockaway Twp.

1,931

111

337

209

5

2

10

2,605

Roxbury

3,420

146

431.5

276.5

2

1

1

4,278

74

294

122

35

2

0

0

527

Washington

2,457

49

115

97

0

0

22

2,740

West Morris Regional

2,441

34.5

104

97

10

2

1

2,689.5

266

40

444

45

0

0

0

795

59,410.5

3,072.5

9,592

8,024.5

107

165

282.5

80,654

Unity Charter School

Wharton
Morris County

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 Revised: October 7, 2010

Fall School Enrollments by School District, 2004 - 2009
District
Boonton

2004
1,295.5

Boonton Twp.

2005
1,312

2006
1,273

2007
1,247

2008
1,215

2009
1,221.5

506

520

525

521

514

529

Butler

1,161.5

1,147

1,189

1,219.5

1,182

1,195.5

School Dist. of Chathams

3,900

3,255.5

3,358

3,489.5

3,582

3,720.5

Chester Twp.

1,332

1,377

1,388

1,429

1,441

1,377

Denville

1,927

1,928

1,945

1,980

1,975.5

1,902

Dover

3,042

2,948

2,876

2,923.5

2,914

2,925.5

East Hanover

1,134

1,130

1,147

1,127

1,150

1,140

Educ. Serv. Comm. Morris Co.

139

134

136.5

145

136

125

Florham Park

982

993

970

1,025

1,027

1,042
1,458

Hanover Park Regional

1,481.5

1,508

1,507

1,500

1,442

Hanover

1,520

1,552

1,553

1,575

1,564

1,544

Harding

334

321

317

320.5

314

312.5

Jefferson

3,601.5

3,621.5

3,635

3,614

3,605

3,577

Kinnelon

2,112

2,157

2,194

2,198

2,223

2,203

950

946

934

914

905

885

Long Hill

Lincoln Park

1,098

1,095

1,065

1,063

1,026

1,024

Madison

2,213.5

2,225

2,276.5

2,246

2,269

2,274.5

Mendham Boro.

672

650

729

668

666

669

Mendham Twp.

905

926

893

910

909

899

Mine Hill

371

369

355

364

390.5

375

Montville

3,990.5

4,120

4,182

4,254.5

4,211.5

4,254

Morris Co. Vocational

517.5

547

605

635

667.5

742.5

Morris Hills Regional

2,727

2,792

2,730

2,708.5

2,746

2,796.5

580

598

617

614

639

641

4,622

4,627

4,648

4,672

4,759.5

4,804

Morris Plains
Morris School District
Mount Arlington

434

415

405

390

374

381

4,833.5

4,926

4,981

4,904

4,904.5

4,888.5

1,710

1,631

1,747

1,605.5

1,630

1,643

282

288

295

296

304

286

Parsippany-Troy Hills

7,061.5

7,104.5

7,169.5

7,210

7,169

7,272

Pequannock

2,506.5

2,502

2,478

2,437

2,427

2,362.5

Randolph

5,494.5

5,544

5,535

5,570

5,519.5

5,403

Riverdale

271

266

266

282

287

306

Rockaway Boro.

621

611

622

640

672

661

Rockaway Twp.

2,813

2,844

2,854

2,744

2,707

2,605

Roxbury

4,533

4,475.5

4,499

4,415

4,361

4,278

Mount Olive
Mountain Lakes
Netcong

Unity Charter School
Washington
West Morris Regional

105

97

102

98

102

527

2,940

2,919

2,913

2,862.5

2,837.5

2,740

2,471.5

2,519.5

2,525

2,621

2,657

2,689.5

796

780

746

791

734

795

79,342.5

79,824

80,317

80,321.5

80,297.5

80,654

Wharton
Morris County

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 Revised: October 7, 2010

Educational Attainment - Persons 25 Years of Age & Over, 2000
Municipality
Boonton
Boonton Twp.
Butler
Chatham Boro.
Chatham Twp.
Chester Boro.
Chester Twp.
Denville
Dover
East Hanover
Florham Park
Hanover
Harding
Jefferson
Kinnelon
Lincoln Park
Long Hill
Madison
Mendham Boro.
Mendham Twp.
Mine Hill
Montville
Morris Twp.
Morris Plains
Morristown
Mountain Lakes
Mount Arlington
Mount Olive
Netcong
Parsippany
Pequannock
Randolph
Riverdale
Rockaway Boro.
Rockaway Twp.
Roxbury
Victory Gardens
Washington
Wharton

Morris County

Graduate or
Some
9th to 12th
Population
Associate Bachelor's
High School
Less Than
Professional
College, No
Grade, No
25 Years
Degree
Degree
Graduate
9th Grade
Degree
Degree
Diploma
and Over
6,081
392
452
1,630
1,307
300
1,429
571
3,047
48
163
705
581
150
883
517
5,293
261
488
2,013
1,059
196
884
392
5,723
83
114
704
717
290
2,195
1,620
7,013
67
169
1,045
829
293
2,390
2,220
1,138
40
72
253
157
66
324
226
4,789
69
106
726
635
203
1,581
1,469
11,319
232
644
2,782
1,948
732
3,058
1,923
12,011
2,019
1,955
4,125
1,944
462
983
523
8,147
403
570
2,668
1,304
484
1,624
1,094
6,484
191
316
1,130
857
250
2,161
1,579
9,272
422
548
2,521
1,482
454
2,431
1,414
2,265
16
41
339
316
58
773
722
13,398
347
1,046
4,402
2,962
913
2,772
956
6,182
87
135
1,042
1,083
285
1,990
1,560
8,139
363
750
2,525
1,374
447
1,787
893
5,995
114
258
1,346
906
418
1,821
1,132
10,178
383
550
1,779
1,266
417
3,137
2,646
3,489
26
138
510
458
187
1,199
971
3,467
30
42
402
414
106
1,273
1,200
2,626
59
180
862
607
177
499
242
14,445
269
670
2,903
2,444
757
4,454
2,948
15,565
293
467
2,159
2,077
673
5,287
4,609
3,777
70
147
717
660
258
1,113
812
13,604
1,040
1,266
3,252
2,120
585
3,160
2,181
2,624
22
20
144
338
103
1,073
924
3,408
82
244
922
707
230
842
381
15,764
378
904
4,095
3,495
1,142
3,979
1,771
1,817
144
132
660
370
112
287
112
36,644
1,281
2,420
9,392
5,851
1,952
10,121
5,627
9,495
228
451
2,903
1,810
546
2,476
1,081
16,253
215
487
2,659
2,175
1,057
5,478
4,182
1,724
37
150
611
313
81
388
144
4,552
154
315
1,561
909
306
959
348
15,488
348
742
3,917
2,973
1,100
4,484
1,924
16,150
529
1,084
4,664
3,255
1,137
3,872
1,609
984
86
208
331
203
56
88
12
11,313
202
216
2,088
2,057
728
3,760
2,262
4,218
217
587
1,243
861
352
626
332

323,881

11,247

SOURCE: U.S. Census Bureau, Census 2000

19,247

77,730

54,824

18,063

87,641

55,129

Educational Attainment - Persons 25 Years of Age & Over by County, 2000
Population
25 Years
and Over

Less Than
9th Grade

Atlantic
Bergen
Burlington
Camden
Cape May
Cumberland
Essex
Gloucester
Hudson
Hunterdon
Mercer
Middlesex
Monmouth
Morris
Ocean
Passaic
Salem
Somerset
Sussex
Union
Warren

168,546
623,469
285,553
331,765
72,878
96,899
513,570
164,801
408,799
83,548
231,139
501,552
413,058
323,881
358,354
316,401
42,789
204,343
95,094
351,903
69,457

11,016
34,069
9,564
19,501
3,319
10,903
47,859
6,375
55,229
2,338
13,598
31,015
15,421
11,247
16,292
37,347
3,017
8,684
2,773
30,835
3,027

25,793
49,551
27,095
45,956
9,891
19,610
77,545
19,431
65,254
4,767
28,407
47,449
34,473
19,247
44,607
47,063
5,777
12,628
6,952
42,064
7,488

58,369
163,525
88,884
106,572
26,475
35,189
139,578
60,828
109,542
21,338
59,141
145,657
113,343
77,730
135,009
98,830
16,784
43,972
31,740
104,431
24,556

32,668
106,035
59,300
61,683
13,289
15,212
86,465
30,988
61,316
14,591
39,094
84,865
80,586
54,824
73,038
52,856
7,805
32,394
21,321
57,534
13,008

9,191
31,908
19,642
18,351
3,856
4,600
20,956
11,001
14,102
5,616
12,393
27,033
26,393
18,063
19,573
13,228
2,894
11,621
6,427
16,815
4,433

21,655
149,798
54,721
51,782
11,288
7,820
84,953
25,695
66,835
21,269
42,680
102,750
90,050
87,641
48,044
44,793
4,808
55,991
17,640
61,760
11,692

New Jersey

5,657,799

373,429

641,048

1,661,493

998,872

298,096

1,063,665

County

SOURCE: U.S. Census Bureau, Census 2000

9th to 12th
Some
High School
Associate
Grade, No
College, No
Graduate
Degree
Diploma
Degree

Bachelor's
Degree

Percent
Percent
Graduate or
High School Bachelor's
Professional
Graduate or Degree or
Degree
Higher
Higher
9,854
78.2
18.7
88,583
86.6
38.2
26,347
87.2
28.4
27,920
80.3
24.0
4,760
81.9
22.0
3,565
68.5
11.7
56,214
75.6
27.5
10,483
84.3
22.0
36,521
70.5
25.3
13,629
91.5
41.8
35,826
81.8
34.0
62,783
84.4
33.0
52,792
87.9
34.6
55,129
90.6
44.1
21,791
83.0
19.5
22,284
73.3
21.2
1,704
79.4
15.2
39,053
89.6
46.5
8,241
89.8
27.2
38,464
79.3
28.5
5,253
84.9
24.4
621,196

82.1

29.8

Educational Attainment by County, 2000
Percent Bachelor's Degree or Higher
50.0%
46.5%
44.1%

45.0%

41.8%

40.0%

38.2%
34.6% 34%

35.0%

33%
29.8% 28.5% 28.4%

30.0%

27.5% 27.2%
25.3%

25.0%

24.4% 24%
22%

22% 21.2%
19.5% 18.7%

20.0%

15.2%

15.0%
11.7%

10.0%
5.0%

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Midd

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0.0%

SOURCE: U.S. Census Bureau, Census 2000

Educational Attainment - Persons 25 Years of Age & Over by County, 2009
Population
25 Years
and Over

Less Than
9th Grade

Atlantic
Bergen
Burlington
Camden
Cape May
Cumberland
Essex
Gloucester
Hudson
Hunterdon
Mercer
Middlesex
Monmouth
Morris
Ocean
Passaic
Salem
Somerset
Sussex
Union
Warren

185,114
625,541
304,811
344,962
70,307
103,308
506,724
194,670
421,840
88,987
241,767
533,689
434,737
332,471
399,168
320,986
45,147
221,856
102,321
351,955
74,941

11,095
28,741
8,497
17,091
2,902
10,100
40,132
5,644
42,995
2,031
12,477
33,734
17,120
7,572
14,546
37,011
2,028
7,487
2,167
27,989
2,493

16,462
31,957
20,973
29,178
5,534
13,452
43,572
13,298
38,437
3,414
21,090
28,920
23,325
14,384
29,405
28,828
4,038
7,477
5,057
24,057
6,500

66,366
153,696
91,542
110,291
24,952
40,284
153,837
67,602
106,455
19,912
58,858
152,933
116,522
74,173
146,619
109,909
17,311
51,724
33,519
112,982
24,987

34,039
101,619
57,941
70,013
13,890
17,839
87,198
40,561
66,303
14,428
42,348
83,896
76,512
50,298
82,997
47,735
8,988
32,303
24,194
58,107
14,384

14,306
31,675
23,420
22,973
5,150
5,400
24,923
13,431
19,028
6,489
14,925
35,969
30,123
19,905
26,732
16,850
4,190
14,723
8,060
20,887
5,385

28,199
171,354
68,761
60,720
11,903
11,560
95,555
37,136
95,672
24,700
49,941
119,947
105,706
100,435
68,510
56,328
6,508
59,808
20,154
65,553
14,736

New Jersey

5,905,302

333,852

409,358

1,734,474

1,025,593

364,544

1,273,186

County

9th to 12th
Some
High School
Associate
Grade, No
College, No
Graduate
Degree
Diploma
Degree

SOURCE: U.S. Census Bureau, 2009 American Community Survey
Table Revised: October 7, 2010

Bachelor's
Degree

Percent
Percent
Graduate or
High School Bachelor's
Professional
Graduate or Degree or
Degree
Higher
Higher
14,647
85.1
23.1
106,499
90.3
44.4
33,677
90.3
33.6
34,696
86.6
27.7
5,976
88.0
25.4
4,673
77.2
15.7
61,507
83.5
31.0
16,998
90.3
27.8
52,950
80.7
35.2
18,013
93.9
48.0
42,128
86.1
38.1
78,290
88.3
37.1
65,429
90.7
39.4
65,704
93.4
50.0
30,359
89.0
24.8
24,325
79.5
25.1
2,084
86.6
19.0
48,334
93.3
48.7
9,170
92.9
28.7
42,380
85.2
30.7
6,456
88.0
28.3
764,295

87.4

34.5

Educational Attainment by County, 2009
Percent Bachelor's Degree or Higher
60%

50.0%

50%

48.7%
48.0%
44.4%
39.4%

40%

38.1%
37.1%

35.2% 34.5%

33.6%
31.0% 30.7% 28.7%
28.3%

30%

27.8% 27.7%
25.4% 25.1% 24.8%
23.1%
19.0%

20%

15.7%

10%

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SOURCE: U.S. Census Bureau, 2009 American Community Survey
Chart Revised: October 7, 2010

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
Persons Rate (%)
January
212,400
4.8
February
206,000
4.6
March
194,100
4.4
April
178,800
4.0
May
177,800
4.0
June
189,700
4.2
July
216,400
4.8
August
183,100
4.1
September 182,600
4.1
October
174,100
3.9
November 180,000
4.0
December 192,200
4.3

2008
Persons Rate (%)
231,400
5.2
228,400
5.1
226,500
5.1
201,900
4.5
223,000
5.0
234,800
5.2
266,700
5.8
252,600
5.6
249,400
5.6
254,500
5.7
270,500
6.0
306,600
6.8

2009
Persons Rate (%)
355,000
7.9
393,600
8.8
390,800
8.6
374,900
8.2
393,200
8.6
423,200
9.2
445,600
9.6
432,000
9.4
433,500
9.6
420,200
9.3
425,800
9.4
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
New Jersey
8.0%

Morris County
6.0%

4.0%

United States
New Jersey
Morris County

2.0%
SOURCE: NJ Dept. of Labor and Workforce Development; US Bureau of Labor Statistics
Data last revised January 25, 2010

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N -07
ov
D -07
ec
Ja -07
n
Fe -08
bM 08
ar
Ap -08
r
M -08
ay
Ju -08
nJu 08
l
Au -08
gSe 08
pO 08
ct
N -08
ov
D -08
ec
Ja -08
n
Fe -09
b
M -09
ar
Ap -09
r
M -09
ay
Ju -09
nJu 09
l
Au -09
g
Se -09
pO 09
ct
N -09
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D -09
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-0
9

0.0%

Morris County Employment and Wages: 2006 Annual Private Sector Report
NAICS
SECTOR

11
111
112
114
115
21
212
22
221
23
236
237
238
31-33
311
312
313
314
315
316
321
322
323
324
325
326
327
331
332
333
334
335
336
337
339
42
423
424
425
44-45
441
442
443
444
445
446
447
448
451
452
453
454
48-49
481
483
484
485
486
487
488
491
492
493

Employment
NAICS DESCRIPTION

Agriculture, forestry, fishing and hunting
Crop production
Animal production
Fishing, hunting and trapping
Agriculture and forestry support activities
Mining
Mining, except oil and gas
Utilities
Utilities
Construction
Construction of buildings
Heavy and civil engineering construction
Specialty trade contractors
Manufacturing
Food manufacturing
Beverage and tobacco product manufacturing
Textile mills
Textile product mills
Apparel manufacturing
Leather and allied product manufacturing
Wood product manufacturing
Paper manufacturing
Printing and related support activities
Petroleum and coal products manufacturing
Chemical manufacturing
Plastics and rubber products manufacturing
Nonmetallic mineral product manufacturing
Primary metal manufacturing
Fabricated metal product manufacturing
Machinery manufacturing
Computer and electronic product manufacturing
Electrical equipment and appliance mfg.
Transportation equipment manufacturing
Furniture and related product manufacturing
Miscellaneous manufacturing
Wholesale Trade
Merchant wholesalers, durable goods
Merchant wholesalers, nondurable goods
Electronic markets and agents and brokers
Retail Trade
Motor vehicle and parts dealers
Furniture and home furnishings stores
Electronics and appliance stores
Building material and garden supply stores
Food and beverage stores
Health and personal care stores
Gasoline stations
Clothing and clothing accessories stores
Sporting goods, hobby, book and music stores
General merchandise stores
Miscellaneous store retailers
Nonstore retailers
Transportation and Warehousing
Air transportation
Water transportation
Truck transportation
Transit and ground passenger transportation
Pipeline transportation
Scenic and sightseeing transportation
Support activities for transportation
Postal service
Couriers and messengers
Warehousing and storage

Average
Units

.
30
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
1,943
599
65
1,280
668
38
.
.
6
12
.
.
15
95
.
70
26
22
.
104
63
78
.
.
40
51
1,277
594
244
438
2,009
174
140
141
162
306
162
.
236
150
48
262
.
361
9
.
146
76
.
.
69
.
.
19

March

.
244
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
11,675
2,446
1,066
8,163
26,915
548
.
.
57
226
.
.
925
1,857
.
9,695
854
546
.
2,395
1,482
3,109
.
.
438
3,127
19,656
9,521
7,910
2,225
29,688
3,647
1,624
1,424
2,820
6,364
2,253
.
2,516
1,787
3,495
1,823
.
9,021
35
.
1,566
1,658
.
.
1,522
.
.
1,107

June

Sept

Dec

.
330
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
13,295
2,615
1,507
9,173
26,818
552
.
.
58
234
.
.
870
1,820
.
9,652
812
511
.
2,449
1,447
3,099
.
.
456
3,217
19,509
9,455
7,856
2,198
30,161
3,647
1,636
1,400
3,094
6,400
2,315
.
2,556
1,817
3,645
1,786
.
9,000
36
.
1,686
1,669
.
.
1,455
.
.
1,101

.
326
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
13,409
2,697
1,480
9,232
26,905
570
.
.
56
232
.
.
888
1,817
.
9,671
809
504
.
2,463
1,473
3,094
.
.
451
3,215
18,618
8,795
7,626
2,197
29,296
3,599
1,572
1,454
2,853
6,212
2,195
.
2,419
1,734
3,684
1,712
.
9,071
36
.
1,657
1,580
.
.
1,436
.
.
1,094

.
268
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
13,209
2,649
1,373
9,187
27,073
578
.
.
57
225
.
.
887
1,812
.
9,642
788
491
.
2,513
1,451
3,068
.
.
452
3,344
18,698
8,695
7,721
2,282
31,935
3,613
1,804
1,658
2,879
6,323
2,313
.
2,975
2,108
4,443
1,893
.
9,936
31
.
1,641
1,648
.
.
1,429
.
.
1,385

Average
Annual

.
293
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
12,848
2,600
1,355
8,893
26,871
560
.
.
58
229
.
.
887
1,825
.
9,655
825
505
.
2,442
1,466
3,091
.
.
442
3,221
19,145
9,114
7,799
2,232
30,021
3,625
1,635
1,462
2,913
6,323
2,265
.
2,569
1,834
3,735
1,777
.
9,047
35
.
1,630
1,576
.
.
1,473
.
.
1,151

Wages
Average
Average
Weekly
Annual

.
.
$587 $30,522
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
$1,124 $58,450
$1,036 $53,861
$1,381 $71,787
$1,111 $57,760
$1,566 $81,424
$680 $35,349
.
.
.
.
$661 $34,371
$802 $41,683
.
.
.
.
$1,141 $59,331
$1,005 $52,235
.
.
$2,301 $119,633
$848 $44,119
$1,132 $58,871
.
.
$1,012 $52,642
$1,227 $63,781
$1,502 $78,106
.
.
.
.
$1,130 $58,750
$1,222 $63,556
$1,680 $87,357
$1,520 $79,047
$1,917 $99,687
$1,504 $78,207
$624 $32,469
$1,002 $52,092
$697 $36,266
$835 $43,397
$684 $35,551
$479 $24,886
$681 $35,417
.
.
$344 $17,863
$395 $20,565
$429 $22,306
$460 $23,943
.
.
$904 $46,994
$2,121 $110,274
.
.
$865 $44,997
$435 $22,638
.
.
.
.
$1,543 $80,254
.
.
.
.
$1,044 $54,297

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Morris County Employment and Wages: 2006 Annual Private Sector Report (cont.)
Employment

NAICS
SECTOR

51
511
512
515
516
517
518
519
52
521
522
523
524
525
53
531
532
533
54
541
55
551
56
561
562
61
611
62
621
622
623
624
71
711
712
713
72
721
722
81
811
812
813
814
99
999

NAICS DESCRIPTION

Information
Publishing industries, except Internet
Motion picture and sound recording industries
Broadcasting, except Internet
Internet publishing and broadcasting
Telecommunications
ISPs, search portals, and data processing
Other information services
Finance and Insurance
Monetary authorities - central bank
Credit intermediation and related activities
Securities, commodity contracts, investments
Insurance carriers and related activities
Funds, trusts, and other financial vehicles
Real Estate and Rental and Leasing
Real estate
Rental and leasing services
Lessors of nonfinancial intangible assets
Professional and Technical Services
Professional and technical services
Management of Companies and Enterprises
Management of companies and enterprises
Administrative and Waste Services
Administrative and support services
Waste management and remediation services
Educational Services
Educational services
Health Care and Social Assistance
Ambulatory health care services
Hospitals
Nursing and residential care facilities
Social assistance
Arts, Entertainment, and Recreation
Performing arts and spectator sports
Museums, historical sites, zoos, and parks
Amusements, gambling, and recreation
Accommodation and Food Services
Accommodation
Food services and drinking places
Other Services, Except Public Administration
Repair and maintenance
Personal and laundry services
Membership associations and organizations
Private households
Unclassified Entities
Unclassified entities
PRIVATE SECTOR TOTAL

Average
Units

March

June

Sept

Dec

Average
Annual

Wages
Average
Average
Weekly
Annual

323
77
40
.
.
131
.
15
1,016
.
388
223
389
.
613
482
.
.
2,897
2,897
65
65
1,232
1,189
43
238
238
1,524
1,182
.
92
.
250
68
11
171
1,206
67
1,139
1,642
.
582
.
.
.
.

9,791
2,043
685
.
.
3,873
.
191
22,241
.
5,996
3,568
12,489
.
5,983
3,829
.
.
30,185
30,185
7,466
7,466
21,426
20,726
700
4,724
4,724
27,307
8,992
.
4,736
.
2,446
259
94
2,093
15,544
2,523
13,021
8,924
.
2,932
.
.
.
.

10,179
2,031
728
.
.
4,136
.
212
22,604
.
6,075
3,679
12,676
.
6,665
4,001
.
.
30,991
30,991
7,290
7,290
23,056
22,320
736
4,480
4,480
27,867
9,159
.
4,853
.
3,430
255
101
3,074
16,421
2,729
13,692
9,460
.
3,070
.
.
.
.

10,068
2,070
634
.
.
4,089
.
201
22,340
.
5,993
3,714
12,478
.
6,284
3,968
.
.
31,124
31,124
7,333
7,333
23,053
22,269
784
4,399
4,399
27,556
9,104
.
4,778
.
2,982
255
90
2,637
15,799
2,751
13,048
9,015
.
3,028
.
.
.
.

9,806
2,092
712
.
.
4,066
.
218
22,397
.
5,864
3,743
12,638
.
6,381
3,974
.
.
31,950
31,950
7,230
7,230
22,503
21,757
746
5,036
5,036
28,041
9,197
.
4,934
.
2,713
323
101
2,289
15,937
2,666
13,271
9,270
.
3,142
.
.
.
.

9,956
2,055
695
.
.
4,033
.
206
22,414
.
6,007
3,670
12,564
.
6,226
3,934
.
.
30,905
30,905
7,338
7,338
22,326
21,596
729
4,642
4,642
27,484
9,071
.
4,782
.
2,931
268
99
2,563
15,790
2,708
13,082
9,071
.
3,018
.
.
.
.

$1,633
$1,415
$498
.
.
$1,953
.
$553
$1,804
.
$1,275
$3,045
$1,698
.
$1,501
$1,373
.
.
$1,701
$1,701
$2,610
$2,610
$776
$763
$1,158
$738
$738
$927
$1,258
.
$567
.
$431
$862
$537
$382
$430
$760
$362
$761
.
$431
.
.
.
.

$84,902
$73,560
$25,891
.
.
$101,569
.
$28,749
$93,813
.
$66,311
$158,357
$88,272
.
$78,059
$71,404
.
.
$88,451
$88,451
$135,714
$135,714
$40,349
$39,679
$60,197
$38,394
$38,394
$48,214
$65,424
.
$29,499
.
$22,405
$44,816
$27,911
$19,849
$22,362
$39,518
$18,811
$39,567
.
$22,387
.
.
.
.

17,643

254,255

262,651

258,611

263,361

258,310

$1,224

$63,635

Public Sector Employers
Employment
EMPLOYER TYPE

Average
Units

March

June

Sept

Dec

Average
Annual

Wages
Average
Average
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

17,977

285,863

294,844

289,125

297,850

289,207

$1,208

$62,807

TOTAL ALL EMPLOYERS
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 2009
NAICS
Sector
11
21
22
23
31-33
42
44-45
48-49
51
52
53
54
55
56
61
62
71
72
81
99

Employment

Industry Description
Agriculture, forestry, fishing and hunting
Mining
Utilities
Construction
Manufacturing
Wholesale trade
Retail trade
Transportation and warehousing
Information
Finance and insurance
Real estate and rental and leasing
Professional and technical services
Management of companies and enterprises
Administrative and waste services
Educational services
Health care and social assistance
Arts, entertainment, and recreation
Accommodation and food services
Other services, except public administration
Unclassified entities
PRIVATE SECTOR TOTAL
FEDERAL GOVERNMENT TOTAL
STATE GOVERNMENT TOTAL
LOCAL GOVERNMENT TOTAL

Units
44
.
.
1,880
662
1,208
1,943
351
307
1,047
600
2,883
92
1,274
268
1,571
.
1,211
1,693
118
17,424
82
37
226

July
389
.
.
11,414
24,002
16,153
27,752
8,053
7,416
16,533
5,713
29,169
7,734
20,952
4,648
29,987
.
16,229
9,265
128
240,677
5,716
2,161
16,542

August
360
.
.
11,323
23,915
16,031
27,500
7,780
7,358
16,365
5,679
28,824
7,638
21,063
4,601
29,747
.
16,135
9,173
156
238,901
5,667
2,138
15,798

September
361
.
.
10,959
23,765
15,953
27,372
8,002
7,270
16,138
5,574
28,655
7,559
21,062
4,717
29,715
.
16,960
8,671
196
237,471
5,598
2,149
23,562

Total
$2,854,994
.
.
$175,494,654
$517,424,631
$347,486,920
$242,575,833
$99,380,183
$131,158,693
$377,120,837
$107,690,508
$673,039,402
$215,969,233
$201,781,243
$50,286,880
$388,580,888
.
$88,193,908
$67,595,112
$1,496,045
$3,770,846,623
$123,210,274
$33,062,127
$225,854,360

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 Revised: October 7, 2010

Wages
Average per Employee
Weekly
Quarterly
$7,716
.
.
$15,625
$21,655
$21,656
$8,808
$12,509
$17,850
$23,072
$19,042
$23,303
$28,255
$9,597
$10,802
$13,032
.
$5,364
$7,480
$9,350
$15,777
$21,767
$15,383
$12,121

$594
.
.
$1,202
$1,666
$1,666
$678
$962
$1,373
$1,775
$1,465
$1,793
$2,173
$738
$831
$1,002
.
$413
$575
$719
$1,214
$1,674
$1,183
$932

Annual Average Labor Force Estimates, 2009
Boonton
Boonton Twp.
Butler
Chatham Boro.
Chatham Twp.
Chester Boro.
Chester Twp.
Denville
Dover
East Hanover
Florham Park
Hanover
Harding
Jefferson
Kinnelon
Lincoln Park
Long Hill
Madison
Mendham Boro.
Mendham Twp.
Mine Hill
Montville
Morris Twp.
Morris Plains
Morristown
Mountain Lakes
Mount Arlington
Mount Olive
Netcong
Parsippany
Pequannock
Randolph
Riverdale
Rockaway Boro.
Rockaway Twp.
Roxbury
Victory Gardens
Washington
Wharton

5,414
2,439
4,536
4,557
5,343
911
3,767
8,792
11,120
6,532
4,699
7,466
1,491
12,095
5,053
6,606
4,984
8,003
2,440
2,508
2,102
12,292
12,264
3,029
11,626
1,923
3,003
15,418
1,559
30,821
8,012
14,080
1,622
4,166
14,846
14,244
922
9,899
3,896

4,732
2,256
4,248
4,321
5,186
833
3,584
8,242
9,286
6,060
4,437
7,178
1,412
11,257
4,817
6,134
4,669
7,610
2,361
2,456
1,918
11,794
11,425
2,793
10,814
1,897
2,793
14,056
1,455
28,485
7,357
13,148
1,465
3,721
13,794
13,301
843
9,243
3,320

681
183
288
236
157
79
183
550
1,834
472
262
288
79
838
236
472
314
393
79
52
183
498
838
236
812
26
210
1,363
105
2,336
655
932
157
445
1,052
943
79
655
576

Unemployment
Rate
12.6%
7.5%
6.4%
5.2%
2.9%
8.6%
4.9%
6.3%
16.5%
7.2%
5.6%
3.9%
5.3%
6.9%
4.7%
7.1%
6.3%
4.9%
3.2%
2.1%
8.7%
4.1%
6.8%
7.8%
7.0%
1.4%
7.0%
8.8%
6.7%
7.6%
8.2%
6.6%
9.7%
10.7%
7.1%
6.6%
8.5%
6.6%
14.8%

Morris County

274,457

254,678

19,780

7.2%

Municipality

Labor Force

Employment

Unemployment

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 Revised: October 7, 2010

Top Employers in
Morris County, 2010
Employer

Full Time
Employees

Novartis

4,990

Atlantic Health

4,933

Picatinny Arsenal

4,442

County of Morris

2,675

ADP

1,924

AT&T

1,550

St. Clare's

1,531

BASF

1,400

Avis Budget Group, Inc.

1,378

Accenture

1,352

Wyndham Worldwide

1,322

Greystone Park Psychiatric

1,257

Honeywell

1,200

Pfizer/Wyeth

1,130

PricewaterhouseCoopers

1,100

Kraft Foods
Chilton Memorial

*1,050
1,031

Deloitte & Touche

989

Tiffany & Co.

926

Realogy Corporation

900

Johnson & Johnson

*800

State Farm Insurance

797

Colgate-Palmolive Co.

750

Howmet, An Alcoa business

700

Biomet-NJ

650

Lincoln Park CareCenter

640

Bayer

550

MetLife

512

Kings Super Markets, Inc

500

GSK

470

Siemens Health Care Diagnostics

450

JCP&L/FirstEnergy

408

Verizon

325

SOURCE: Morris County Economic Development Corporation September 2010 Survey
* 2009 Employee Count
Table Revised: October 7, 2010

County to County Commuting
Patterns - Work Destination, 2000
Work Destination of Morris
County Residents
Morris
Essex
Passaic
Bergen
Manhattan, NY
Somerset
Union
Hudson
Middlesex
Sussex
Warren
Hunterdon
Other
Total Employed Morris County
Residents

Number

Percent

138,737
25,459
12,510
12,094
11,516
8,954
8,755
4,806
4,263
2,614
1,624
1,245
7,262

57.8%
10.6%
5.2%
5.0%
4.8%
3.7%
3.7%
2.0%
1.8%
1.1%
0.7%
0.5%
3.0%

239,839

100%

SOURCE: U.S. Census Bureau, Census 2000

County to County Commuting
Patterns - Place of Residence, 2000
Where Workers Employed in
Morris County Live
Morris
Essex
Sussex
Passaic
Somerset
Union
Bergen
Warren
Middlesex
Hudson
Hunterdon
Monroe, PA
Monmouth
Ocean
Northampton, PA
Manhattan, NY
Pike, PA
Other
Total Employed in Morris
County
SOURCE: U.S. Census Bureau, Census 2000

Number

Percent

138,737
24,244
20,398
15,381
11,806
11,175
9,631
9,273
6,715
5,021
3,656
3,329
2,114
1,554
1,515
1,413
1,218
9,785

50.1%
8.8%
7.4%
5.6%
4.3%
4.0%
3.5%
3.3%
2.4%
1.8%
1.3%
1.2%
0.8%
0.6%
0.5%
0.5%
0.4%
3.5%

276,965

100%

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%
Monmouth, 0.8%

Manhattan, NY, 0.5%
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
Municipality of
Residence
Boonton
Boonton Twp.
Butler
Chatham Boro.
Chatham Twp.
Chester Boro.
Chester Twp.
Denville
Dover
East Hanover
Florham Park
Hanover
Harding
Jefferson
Kinnelon
Lincoln Park
Long Hill
Madison
Mendham Boro.
Mendham Twp.
Mine Hill
Montville
Morris Twp.
Morris Plains
Morristown
Mountain Lakes
Mount Arlington
Mount Olive
Netcong
Parsippany
Pequannock
Randolph
Riverdale
Rockaway Boro.
Rockaway Twp.
Roxbury
Victory Gardens
Washington
Wharton
Morris County

Worked in
Municipality of
Residence
822
308
612
666
550
156
467
1,279
1,367
1,045
805
1,262
159
1,471
643
738
694
2,182
548
254
101
1,835
1,642
482
2,652
310
189
2,199
136
6,890
1,169
2,114
172
436
1,910
2,141
24
1,425
226
42,081

SOURCE: U.S. Census Bureau, Census 2000

Worked in
County of
Residence
2,973
1,276
1,667
1,615
1,837
474
1,945
4,797
7,293
2,634
2,203
3,963
610
5,954
1,787
2,059
1,398
4,546
1,292
1,313
1,305
5,269
6,516
1,671
7,395
986
1,661
8,033
958
15,329
2,348
8,593
504
2,609
7,634
8,604
685
4,720
2,281
138,737

Worked Outside Worked Outside
Total Employed
County of
State of
Residents
Residence
Residence
1,233
689
2,089
1,495
2,081
295
1,124
2,457
1,127
2,653
1,525
2,354
536
3,979
2,138
3,250
2,619
2,354
762
739
452
4,737
3,300
702
2,285
560
868
4,211
342
10,644
4,006
3,345
819
835
3,999
3,417
79
3,529
637
84,266

221
160
203
951
995
25
302
490
217
362
415
347
192
505
534
351
355
1,023
161
234
50
1,049
1,098
222
529
229
86
534
62
1,951
518
766
70
86
602
386
11
409
135
16,836

4,427
2,125
3,959
4,061
4,913
794
3,371
7,744
8,637
5,649
4,143
6,664
1,338
10,438
4,459
5,660
4,372
7,923
2,215
2,286
1,807
11,055
10,914
2,595
10,209
1,775
2,615
12,778
1,362
27,924
6,872
12,704
1,393
3,530
12,235
12,407
775
8,658
3,053
239,839

Means of Transportation to Work, 2000
Municipality
Boonton
Boonton Twp.
Butler
Chatham Boro.
Chatham Twp.
Chester Boro.
Chester Twp.
Denville
Dover
East Hanover
Florham Park
Hanover
Harding
Jefferson
Kinnelon
Lincoln Park
Long Hill
Madison
Mendham Boro.
Mendham Twp.
Mine Hill
Montville
Morris Twp.
Morris Plains
Morristown
Mountain Lakes
Mount Arlington
Mount Olive
Netcong
Parsippany
Pequannock
Randolph
Riverdale
Rockaway Boro.
Rockaway Twp.
Roxbury
Victory Gardens
Washington
Wharton
Morris County

Public
Workers Car,truck, or van - Car,truck, or van Mean travel
Walked
Other means
Worked at home
drove alone
carpooled
Transportation
16 years
time to work
and over Number Percent Number Percent Number Percent Number Percent Number Percent Number Percent
(Minutes)
4,427
3,672
82.9%
348
7.9%
119
2.7%
144
3.3%
28
0.6%
116
2.6%
23.9
2,125
1,695
79.8%
92
4.3%
68
3.2%
40
1.9%
12
0.6%
218
10.3%
28.0
3,959
3,278
82.8%
340
8.6%
94
2.4%
123
3.1%
29
0.7%
95
2.4%
26.2
4,061
2,835
69.8%
196
4.8%
738
18.2%
95
2.3%
24
0.6%
173
4.3%
32.9
4,913
3,630
73.9%
216
4.4%
725
14.8%
45
0.9%
23
0.5%
274
5.6%
34.5
794
600
75.6%
93
11.7%
11
1.4%
49
6.2%
12
1.5%
29
3.7%
28.4
3,371
2,692
79.9%
180
5.3%
140
4.2%
27
0.8%
23
0.7%
309
9.2%
39.6
7,744
6,644
85.8%
438
5.7%
313
4.0%
45
0.6%
36
0.5%
268
3.5%
28.8
8,637
5,335
61.8%
1,970
22.8%
396
4.6%
270
3.1%
557
6.4%
109
1.3%
22.1
5,649
4,827
85.4%
487
8.6%
169
3.0%
32
0.6%
0
0.0%
134
2.4%
25.0
4,143
3,435
82.9%
167
4.0%
251
6.1%
53
1.3%
47
1.1%
190
4.6%
28.0
6,664
5,672
85.1%
550
8.3%
159
2.4%
78
1.2%
14
0.2%
191
2.9%
23.7
1,338
1,073
80.2%
59
4.4%
102
7.6%
14
1.0%
0
0.0%
90
6.7%
32.1
10,438
9,003
86.3%
863
8.3%
196
1.9%
49
0.5%
74
0.7%
253
2.4%
36.2
4,459
3,758
84.3%
139
3.1%
203
4.6%
40
0.9%
5
0.1%
314
7.0%
34.1
5,660
4,952
87.5%
292
5.2%
160
2.8%
40
0.7%
81
1.4%
135
2.4%
27.3
4,372
3,574
81.7%
246
5.6%
282
6.5%
71
1.6%
8
0.2%
191
4.4%
29.0
7,923
5,424
68.5%
565
7.1%
732
9.2%
741
9.4%
64
0.8%
397
5.0%
27.2
2,215
1,725
77.9%
171
7.7%
85
3.8%
45
2.0%
0
0.0%
189
8.5%
32.1
2,286
1,897
83.0%
148
6.5%
86
3.8%
5
0.2%
20
0.9%
130
5.7%
35.8
1,807
1,573
87.1%
187
10.3%
15
0.8%
8
0.4%
7
0.4%
17
0.9%
29.9
11,055
9,411
85.1%
553
5.0%
556
5.0%
108
1.0%
34
0.3%
393
3.6%
28.3
10,914
8,671
79.4%
555
5.1%
779
7.1%
190
1.7%
53
0.5%
666
6.1%
28.7
2,595
2,068
79.7%
160
6.2%
171
6.6%
38
1.5%
25
1.0%
133
5.1%
27.0
10,209
6,629
64.9%
1,520
14.9%
648
6.3%
782
7.7%
411
4.0%
219
2.1%
24.3
1,775
1,337
75.3%
107
6.0%
139
7.8%
23
1.3%
14
0.8%
155
8.7%
31.3
2,615
2,309
88.3%
164
6.3%
56
2.1%
7
0.3%
13
0.5%
66
2.5%
33.2
12,778 10,623
83.1%
1,405
11.0%
198
1.5%
83
0.6%
74
0.6%
395
3.1%
35.8
1,362
1,056
77.5%
173
12.7%
41
3.0%
29
2.1%
11
0.8%
52
3.8%
27.8
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
6,872
5,881
85.6%
339
4.9%
298
4.3%
56
0.8%
39
0.6%
259
3.8%
26.5
12,704 10,429
82.1%
1,036
8.2%
384
3.0%
90
0.7%
42
0.3%
723
5.7%
31.0
1,393
1,158
83.1%
134
9.6%
48
3.4%
18
1.3%
2
0.1%
33
2.4%
24.9
3,530
3,030
85.8%
348
9.9%
39
1.1%
67
1.9%
0
0.0%
46
1.3%
26.9
12,235 10,415
85.1%
1,137
9.3%
248
2.0%
93
0.8%
36
0.3%
306
2.5%
30.7
12,407 10,670
86.0%
1,017
8.2%
165
1.3%
147
1.2%
60
0.5%
348
2.8%
33.7
775
562
72.5%
148
19.1%
25
3.2%
27
3.5%
6
0.8%
7
0.9%
22.9
8,658
7,238
83.6%
540
6.2%
185
2.1%
120
1.4%
95
1.1%
480
5.5%
37.7
3,053
2,546
83.4%
337
11.0%
92
3.0%
29
0.9%
14
0.5%
35
1.1%
29.6
239,839 194,668

SOURCE: U.S. Census Bureau, Census 2000

81.2%

19,709

8.2%

10,118

4.2%

4,388

1.8%

2,111

0.9%

8,845

3.7%

29.4

Means of Transportation to Work by County, 2000
Municipality
Atlantic County
Bergen County
Burlington County
Camden County
Cape May County
Cumberland County
Essex County
Gloucester County
Hudson County
Hunterdon County
Mercer County
Middlesex County
Monmouth County
Morris County
Ocean County
Passaic County
Salem County
Somerset County
Sussex County
Union County
Warren County
New Jersey

Public
Workers Car,truck, or van - Car,truck, or van Mean travel
Other means
Worked at home
Walked
drove alone
carpooled
Transportation
16 years
time to work
and over Number
(Minutes)
Percent Number Percent Number Percent Number Percent Number Percent Number Percent
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
28,748
24,089
83.8%
2,712
9.4%
346
1.2%
630
2.2%
331
1.2%
640
2.2%
24.6
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
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
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
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
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, 2009
Municipality
Atlantic County
Bergen County
Burlington County
Camden County
Cape May County
Cumberland County
Essex County
Gloucester County
Hudson County
Hunterdon County
Mercer County
Middlesex County
Monmouth County
Morris County
Ocean County
Passaic County
Salem County
Somerset County
Sussex County
Union County
Warren County
New Jersey

Public
Mean travel
Workers Car,truck, or van - Car,truck, or van Walked
Other means
Worked at home
drove alone
carpooled
Transportation
time to work
16 years
(Minutes)
and over Number
Percent Number Percent Number Percent Number Percent Number Percent Number Percent
127,243
97,237
76.4%
9,255
7.3% 10,252
8.1%
5,067
4.0%
1,934
1.5%
3,498
2.7%
24.2
445,830
315,348
70.7% 33,459
7.5% 59,929
13.4% 14,158
3.2%
4,563
1.0% 18,373
4.1%
29.1
220,815
179,196
81.2% 15,105
6.8%
6,418
2.9%
4,173
1.9%
2,201
1.0% 13,722
6.2%
28.4
240,696
183,919
76.4% 22,348
9.3% 18,807
7.8%
4,169
1.7%
4,578
1.9%
6,875
2.9%
27.3
41,231
30,993
75.2%
3,697
9.0%
644
1.6%
3,333
8.1%
892
2.2%
1,672
4.1%
20.9
60,016
45,396
75.6%
9,575
16.0%
1,971
3.3%
1,035
1.7%
1,289
2.1%
750
1.2%
23.3
339,240
208,095
61.3% 33,605
9.9% 67,291
19.8% 14,494
4.3%
6,024
1.8%
9,731
2.9%
31.0
142,401
117,557
82.6% 12,010
8.4%
4,702
3.3%
1,669
1.2%
1,388
1.0%
5,075
3.6%
28.3
302,452
122,851
40.6% 23,698
7.8% 114,383
37.8% 29,850
9.9%
3,126
1.0%
8,544
2.8%
33.2
64,530
51,534
79.9%
5,043
7.8%
1,806
2.8%
1,001
1.6%
435
0.7%
4,711
7.3%
34.6
175,158
125,569
71.7% 18,507
10.6% 11,980
6.8%
6,505
3.7%
4,677
2.7%
7,920
4.5%
26.8
370,794
269,855
72.8% 29,550
8.0% 38,218
10.3% 13,694
3.7%
5,142
1.4% 14,335
3.9%
32.1
307,706
225,440
73.3% 28,266
9.2% 26,058
8.5%
8,537
2.8%
5,516
1.8% 13,889
4.5%
32.5
243,170
190,878
78.5% 21,233
8.7% 11,271
4.6%
3,622
1.5%
1,654
0.7% 14,512
6.0%
29.7
238,517
194,967
81.7% 21,570
9.0%
4,043
1.7%
4,315
1.8%
4,254
1.8%
9,368
3.9%
30.7
212,421
150,432
70.8% 18,866
8.9% 19,655
9.3%
8,165
3.8% 10,075
4.7%
5,228
2.5%
27.0
26.8
157,926
121,470
76.9% 16,062
10.2%
7,582
4.8%
2,774
1.8%
2,157
1.4%
7,881
5.0%
30.2
77,729
62,799
80.8%
7,348
9.5%
1,397
1.8%
693
0.9%
1,027
1.3%
4,465
5.7%
36.4
248,306
164,565
66.3% 21,798
8.8% 27,257
11.0%
7,989
3.2% 18,787
7.6%
7,910
3.2%
27.8
34.6
4,098,665 2,926,129
71.4% 357,876
8.7% 435,062
10.6% 137,504
3.4% 79,924
2.0% 162,170
4.0%
29.8

SOURCE: U.S. Census Bureau, 2009 American Community Survey
Table Revised: October 7, 2010
NOTE: Data for Salem and Warren Counties not displayed because the number of
sample cases is too small.

Means of Transportation to Work,
Morris County, 2009

Worked at home,
6.0%
Other means, 0.7%
Walked, 1.5%
Public
Transportation,
4.6%
Car,truck, or van carpooled, 8.7%

Car,truck, or van drove alone, 78.5%

SOURCE: U.S. Census Bureau, 2009 American Community Survey
Chart Revised: October 7, 2010

Total Area, Water Area and Land Area, 2000
Municipality
Boonton
Boonton Twp.
Butler
Chatham Boro.
Chatham Twp.
Chester Boro.
Chester Twp.
Denville
Dover
East Hanover
Florham Park
Hanover
Harding
Jefferson
Kinnelon
Lincoln Park
Long Hill
Madison
Mendham Boro.
Mendham Twp.
Mine Hill
Montville
Morris Twp.
Morris Plains
Morristown
Mountain Lakes
Mount Arlington
Mount Olive
Netcong
Parsippany
Pequannock
Randolph
Riverdale
Rockaway Boro.
Rockaway Twp.
Roxbury
Victory Gardens
Washington
Wharton
Morris County

Total Area
(Sq. Miles)
2.47
8.59
2.09
2.41
9.35
1.54
29.34
12.63
2.70
8.16
7.45
10.69
20.47
43.04
18.82
6.97
12.08
4.20
6.04
17.98
3.01
19.13
15.81
2.62
3.00
2.89
2.83
31.06
0.90
25.42
7.21
21.08
2.07
2.11
45.99
21.90
0.15
44.86
2.21
481.29

SOURCE: U.S. Census Bureau, Census 2000

Water Area
(Sq. Miles)
0.12
0.16
0.02
0
0.02
0
0.01
0.52
0.03
0
0.02
0.03
0.04
2.41
0.93
0.24
0
0
0.02
0.12
0.01
0.26
0.05
0.02
0.06
0.22
0.72
0.70
0.06
1.48
0.14
0.12
0.01
0.02
3.17
0.53
0
0
0.03
12.29

Land Area
(Sq. Miles)
2.35
8.42
2.08
2.41
9.33
1.54
29.33
12.11
2.68
8.16
7.43
10.66
20.44
40.63
17.89
6.73
12.08
4.20
6.02
17.86
2.99
18.87
15.76
2.59
2.94
2.67
2.11
30.35
0.84
23.94
7.07
20.96
2.06
2.09
42.82
21.37
0.15
44.86
2.19
468.99

Net Taxable Value - Morris County, 2008
Classification
Vacant Land

Value

Parcels

Acreage

$1,381,625,253

10,224

36,683

$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

$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

Residential

Commercial

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
TOWNSHIP

High Density Multi-Family (> 10 units/acre)

BUTLER
BOROUGH
RIVERDALE
BOROUGH

Retail/Service
Commercial/Private Recreation

KINNELON BOROUGH

Commercial/Industrial

PEQUANNOCK
TOWNSHIP

ROCKAWAY
TOWNSHIP

Public/Institutional
Mixed Use

BOONTON
TOWNSHIP

MOUNT
ARLINGTON

WHARTON
BOROUGH

NETCONG
BOROUGH

ROXBURY
TOWNSHIP

MT. OLIVE
TOWNSHIP

MINE HILL
TOWNSHIP

DOVER
TOWN

CHESTER
BOROUGH
CHESTER
TOWNSHIP

MENDHAM
TOWNSHIP

TOWNSHIP

LINCOLN PARK
BOROUGH

MT. LAKES
BOROUGH

PARSIPPANY-TROY
HILLS TOWNSHIP
MORRIS PLAINS
BOROUGH

MORRIS
TOWNSHIP
MORRISTOWN
TOWN

EAST HANOVER
TOWNSHIP

HANOVER
TOWNSHIP

FLORHAM PARK
BOROUGH
MENDHAM
BOROUGH

MADISON
BOROUGH
HARDING
TOWNSHIP

0

BOONTON
TOWN

VICTORY
GARDENS
BOROUGH

RANDOLPH TOWNSHIP

WASHINGTON
TOWNSHIP

ROCKAWAY
BOROUGH
DENVILLE

MONTVILLE
TOWNSHIP

5 Miles

CHATHAM
TOWNSHIP

CHATHAM
BOROUGH

LONG HILL
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
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)
High Density Multi-Family (> 10 units/acre)
Retail/Service
Commercial/Industrial
Commercial/Private Recreation
Public/Institutional
Mixed Use
TOTAL

Square
Miles
152.0
80.0
108.4
8.3
7.5
3.9
11.2
41.6
3.2
59.5
2.4
478.1

Acres Percentage
97,273
31.8%
51,208
16.7%
69,350
22.7%
5,326
1.7%
4,779
1.6%
2,496
0.8%
7,198
2.4%
26,643
8.7%
2,075
0.7%
38,087
12.4%
1,524
0.5%
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
0.7%

Large Lot Single Family
(> = 3 acres)

31.8%

Commercial/Industrial
8.7%

Retail/Service
2.4%
High Density Multi-Family
(> 10 units/acre)

0.8%
Medium Density MultiFamily
(> 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 owneroccupied 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 renteroccupied 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 coowner 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 naturalborn 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

Area Name

Boonton Twp.
Chatham Boro.
Chatham Twp.
Chester Boro.
Chester Twp.
Dover
East Hanover
Florham Park
Hanover
Harding
Jefferson
Lincoln Park
Madison
Mendham Boro.
Mendham Twp.
Montville
Morris Twp.
Morris Plains
Morristown
Mount Arlington
Netcong
Parsippany
Randolph
Rockaway Twp.
Roxbury Twp.
Victory Gardens
Burlington County
Camden County
Cumberland County
Essex County
Gloucester County
Middlesex County
Monmouth County
Passaic County
Salem County
Somerset County
Sussex County
Warren County
New Jersey

Original Tabulation
CQR Corrected Counts
Counts
Total
Total
Housing
Total
Housing
Total
Units
Population*
Units
Population*
1,510
4,287
n/c
n/c
3,232
8,460
n/c
n/c
4,019
10,086
n/c
n/c
627
1,635
n/c
n/c
2,377
7,282
n/c
n/c
5,568
18,188
n/c
n/c
3,895
11,393
n/c
n/c
3,342
8,857
n/c
10,296
4,818
12,898
n/c
n/c
1,243
3,180
n/c
n/c
7,527
19,717
n/c
n/c
4,110
10,930
n/c
n/c
5,641
16,530
n/c
15,460
1,828
5,097
n/c
n/c
1,849
5,400
n/c
n/c
7,541
20,839
n/c
n/c
8,298
21,796
n/c
21,427
1,994
5,236
n/c
n/c
7,615
18,544
n/c
n/c
2,039
4,663
n/c
n/c
1,043
2,580
1,422
3,236
20,066
50,649
n/c
n/c
8,903
24,847
n/c
n/c
8,506
22,930
n/c
n/c
8,550
23,883
8,171
23,227
588
1,546
n/c
n/c
161,311
423,394
161,310
423,391
199,679
508,932
n/c
n/c
52,863
146,438
n/c
n/c
301,011
793,633
n/c
792,305
95,054
254,673
n/c
n/c
273,637
750,162
n/c
n/c
240,884
615,301
n/c
n/c
170,048
489,049
n/c
490,377
26,158
64,285
n/c
n/c
112,023
297,490
n/c
n/c
56,528
144,166
n/c
n/c
41,157
102,437
n/c
n/c
3,310,275
8,414,350
3,310,274
8,414,347

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

Post-CQR
Estimates
Total
Housing
Total
Units
Population*
n/a
4,260
n/a
8,407
n/a
10,141
n/a
1,643
n/a
7,274
n/a
18,113
n/a
11,381
n/a
10,294
n/a
12,896
n/a
3,217
n/a
19,626
n/a
10,912
n/a
15,422
n/a
5,115
n/a
5,383
n/a
20,884
n/a
21,266
n/a
5,622
n/a
18,717
n/a
4,662
n/a
3,238
n/a
50,263
n/a
24,878
n/a
22,973
n/a
23,317
n/a
1,549
161,311
423,393
199,208
507,914
52,862
146,434
301,013
792,311
95,526
255,694
273,641
750,172
240,881
615,296
170,047
490,374
26,159
64,289
112,024
n/c
56,527
144,165
41,158
102,438
3,310,279
8,414,360

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
Counts
Total
Housing
Total
Units
Population*
3,342
8,857
5,641
16,530
8,298
21,796
1,043
2,580
8,550
23,883
161,311
423,394
301,011
793,633
170,048
489,049
3,310,275
8,414,350

Area Name

Florham Park
Madison
Morris Twp.
Netcong
Roxbury Twp.
Burlington County
Essex County
Passaic County
New Jersey

Corrected Count
Total
Housing
Total
Units
Population*
3,342
10,296
5,641
15,460
8,298
21,427
1,422
3,236
8,171
23,227
161,310
423,391
301,011
792,305
170,048
490,377
3,310,274
8,414,347

Change
Total
Housing
Units
0
0
0
379
-379
-1
0
0
-1

Total
Population*
1,439
-1,070
-369
656
-656
-3
-1,328
1,328
-3

Corrected Census 1990 Population and Housing Units

Area Name

Washington Twp. (Morris)
Essex County
Hunterdon County
Middlesex County
Monmouth County
Morris County
Passaic County
Somerset County

Original Tabulation
Counts
Total
Housing
Total
Units
Population*
5,125
15,592
298,710
778,206
39,987
107,776
250,174
671,780
218,408
553,124
155,745
421,353
162,512
453,060
92,653
240,279

Corrected Count
Total
Housing
Total
Units
Population*
5,128
15,600
298,621
777,964
39,997
107,802
250,182
671,811
218,400
553,093
155,748
421,361
162,601
453,302
92,640
240,245

Change
Total
Housing
Units
3
-89
10
8
-8
3
89
-13

Total
Population*
8
-242
26
31
-31
8
242
-34

Corrected Census 1980 Population and Housing Units

Area Name

Essex County
New Jersey

Original Tabulation
Counts
Total
Housing
Total
Units
Population*
317,230
851,116
2,772,149
7,364,823

Corrected Count
Total
Housing
Total
Units
Population*
317,329
851,304
2,772,248
7,365,011

Change
Total
Housing
Total
Units
Population*
99
188
99
188

Notes and Corrections (Continued)
Corrected Census 1970 Population and Housing Units

Area Name

Bergen County
Essex County
Hudson County
Mercer County
Monmouth County
Warren County
New Jersey

Original Tabulation
Counts
Total
Housing
Total
Units
Population*
283,692
898,012
311,615
929,986
214,749
609,266
96,430
303,968
149,920
459,379
24,907
73,879
2,388,011
7,168,164

Corrected Count
Total
Housing
Total
Units
Population*
283,311
897,148
312,479
932,526
214,338
607,839
96,430
304,116
150,469
461,849
24,964
73,960
2,388,689
7,171,112

Change
Total
Housing
Total
Units
Population*
-381
-864
864
2,540
-411
-1,427
0
148
549
2,470
57
81
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

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