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Mendham Lake

Mendham LakePhoto credit: Dan Beards

Hedden Park

Hedden ParkPhoto credit: Dan Beards

The dam at Shongum Lake

The dam at Shongum LakePhoto credit: Dan Beards

Sun High Orchard

Sun High OrchardPhoto credit: Adam Zyto

Carrell Road pon

Carrell Road pondPhoto credit: Howard Schoenberger

Millbrook United Methodist Church

Millbrook United Methodist ChurchPhoto credit: Dan Beards

Randolph Township municipal building

Randolph Township municipal buildingPhoto credit: Dan Beards

Randolph Park

Randolph ParkPhoto credit: Dan Beards

Sledding in Brundage Park

Sledding in Brundage ParkPhoto credit: Adam Zyto

Heistein Park Pond

Heistein Park PondPhoto credit: Howard Schoenberger

Heistein Park

Heistein ParkPhoto credit: Dan Beards

Tennis courts at Brundage Park

Tennis courts at Brundage ParkPhoto credit: Dan Beards

Brundage Park

Brundage ParkPhoto credit: Dan Beards

Bill's Luncheonette, an Ironia landmark

Bill's Luncheonette, an Ironia landmarkPhoto credit: Adam Zyto

The Randolph Congregational Church

The Randolph Congregational ChurchPhoto credit: Dan Beards

Old Brookside Road in Mt Freedom

Old Brookside Road in Mt. FreedomPhoto credit: Dan Beards

The Liberty Tree, a historic landmark in Randolph

The Liberty Tree, a historic landmark in RandolphPhoto credit: Dan Beards

Black River Barn

Black River BarnPhoto credit: Adam Zyto

 Combs Hollow Historic District

Combs Hollow Historic DistrictPhoto credit: Dan Beards

The Randolph Museum in Freedom Park

The Randolph Museum in Freedom ParkPhoto credit: Dan Beards

Mt. Fern Methodist Church

Mt. Fern Methodist ChurchPhoto credit: Dan Beards

Sunset at Shongum Lake in winter

Sunset at Shongum Lake in winterPhoto credit: Howard Schoenberger

Hedden Park Lake and Boat House

Hedden Park Lake and Boat HousePhoto credit: Dan Beards

Shongum Lake boat dock

Shongum Lake boat dockPhoto credit: Dan Beards

Randolph Park

Randolph ParkPhoto credit: Dan Beards

Hidden Valley area on Randolph Trails

Hidden Valley area on Randolph TrailsPhoto credit: Howard Schoenberger

Randolph High School

Randolph High SchoolPhoto credit: Dan Beards

Heistein Park

Heistein ParkPhoto credit: Dan Beards

On one of Randolph's trails

On one of Randolph's trailsPhoto credit: Dan Beards

Quaker Meeting House

Quaker Meeting HousePhoto credit: Dan Beards

Randolph Rescue Squad

Randolph Rescue SquadPhoto credit: Dan Beards

Sugar maples in full autumn glory

Sugar maples in full autumn gloryPhoto credit: Dan Beards

Mt. Freedom Presbyterian Church

Mt. Freedom Presbyterian ChurchPhoto credit: Dan Beards

Randolph Middle School

Randolph Middle SchoolPhoto credit: Dan Beards

A farm in Randolph

A farm in RandolphPhoto credit: Dan Beards

A farm in Combs Hollow

A farm in Combs HollowPhoto credit: Dan Beards

Ironia Firehouse

Ironia FirehousePhoto credit: Dan Beards

Bridge in Brundage Park

Bridge in Brundage ParkPhoto credit: Dan Beards

Lake at Hedden Park

Lake at Hedden ParkPhoto credit: Dan Beards

Fernbrook School

Fernbrook SchoolPhoto credit: Dan Beards

Jackson Brook in Hedden Park

Jackson Brook in Hedden ParkPhoto credit: Dan Beards

Center Grove School

Center Grove SchoolPhoto credit: Dan Beards

Randolph, Where Life
is Worth Living…

The Township of Randolph, located in the heart of Morris County, is one of the most livable towns in northern New Jersey and is widely regarded as a premier community— thoughtfully planned, with excellent parks, trails, schools and neighborhoods.

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Located within thirty minutes of New York City, Randolph offers a host of shopping, dining and recreational opportunities for area residents and those interested in relocating their families or businesses to the region.

Randolph is a professionally managed community home to approximately 26,000 residents. As a result of sound fiscal management, the town has the distinction of being one of just twelve in New Jersey to have attained a AAA bond rating.

More than 450 businesses have set up shop within Randolph’s 21 square miles. Our restaurants range from upscale dining to casual atmospheres with live entertainment. We are home to numerous medical and dental offices boasting some of the most state-of-the-art facilities in the region. Our manufacturing companies have long standing records of providing various quality services all over the world.

Randolph’s proximity to public transportation, the Route 10 corridor and access to major interstates make Randolph the perfect place to live, shop or locate a business.

The elected council members, municipal staff and a multitude of citizen volunteers believe in the township motto “Where Life is Worth Living” and will endeavor to continue to provide the excellent services, programs and facilities enjoyed by all who live here.

Quick Demographics


Total population25,368
Median age40.1 years
Total households9,092
Bachelor’s degree or higher63.8%
Median family income$146,869
Total housing units9,371
Median home value$565,300

Source: U.S. Census Bureau, 2007-2011
American Community Survey