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Chatham Twp, NJ
at the southern edge of Morris County off Route 24, Chatham
Borough and Chatham Township are quiet, carefully developed
residential communities that comprise about 12 square miles.
Because these neighboring municipalities have so much in
common, they are often referred to as the Chathams.
The Chathams are a quiet, picturesque, carefully
developed, residential community in north-central New
Jersey. Once known as a farming community, Chatham Township
epitomizes small-town beauty in Morris County. Pleasantly
scenic neighborhoods and a near non-existent crime rate draw
many families here. Noted for its tree-lined streets,
colonial and Victorian architecture, and neatly manicured
lawns. In many respects, Chatham is an ideal place to live
or raise a family. Ranked by New Jersey Monthly Magazine
as the 9th best place to live in New Jersey,
Chatham Township has a population
of approximately 10,000.
The Chathams have many fine homes, townhouses, garden
apartments, and condominiums and offers suburban
attractiveness as well as efficient railroad, bus, and
highway commuting to New York City and surrounding
metropolitan North Jersey.
Area shoppers also have the convenience of being only
minutes away from both the Livingston Mall and the Mall at
Short Hills. There are excellent shopping facilities available locally
in the Hickory Tree section and at Short Hills
Mall. There is also the town square in the borough, which
is a very charming area with a shopping district.
The Chatham Regional
school system consistently ranks highly and the Library of
the Chathams is a valuable resource to the residents. The
schools are within walking distance of almost many
households and provide an excellent education from
kindergarten through high school.
Only about 25 miles west of New York City in north
central New Jersey, Chatham Township is an easy commute
to Manhattan by car, bus, or the local train, and the
Jersey shore can be reached in about an hour.
The Chatham train station provides Midtown Direct service
for New York-bound commuters, and there also is bus
service into the city. For those driving into New York,
the common route is Route 24 to I-78 to the New Jersey
Turnpike. It is located right at the entrance of Morris
County, and Newark International Airport is only about 20
Many of its amenities,
including restaurants, shops, and professional offices,
are located on Main Street, which bisects the town.
Cultural opportunities include historical, art, garden and musical groups, as
well as the facilities and programs of neighboring universities. Chatham
Township is a family community whose residents take pride in their green,
forested land at the edge of the Great Swamp. County, state and federal
parks, are within a few minutes drive where you can try your
hand at everything from bocce to baseball. The Morris County
Park Commission operates 24 sites, including three golf
courses, two aboreta and the Mennen Sports Arena and offers
a year-round program of activities throughout the county
like adult education courses, programs for school children,
planned trail walks, golf tournaments and outdoor concerts.
58 Meyersville Rd
214 Main St
(973) 635- 0603
Chatham Twp. Website
Official Town Website: http://www.chathamtownship.org/