Randolph Township – Where life is worth living
Welcome to Randolph Township! Upon entering the town from our boarder with Chester and Mendham on the south, Dover and Roxbury in the North, or Morristown and Parsippany in the east, you will quickly get a sense of the warm community that is, like our motto states, a place where life is worth living. Randolph township comprises approximately 27 square miles of Morris County hills and valleys. Great restaurants and wonderful places of business dot the landscape in Randolph. Visit Sun High Orchard’s farmers market for fresh produce, pies, and other baked goods or Knothe’s farm for other fresh garden state treats. As you drive around town be on the look out for the many historical sites that exist in the town. The Mott Hollow district is a national registered historical area that features homes showing the style of the township’s original none native american inhabitants-the Quakers. Randolph township has a population of approximately 25,000 who live in homes ranging from Cape Cods, to Colonials, to Split levels and bi-levels, and modern homes. Randolph truly offers something for everyone.
Please visit the Randolph township website for more information.