Randolph Township encompasses 22 square miles in western Morris County. The area was originally inhabited by the Lenni Lenape Indians, settled by Quakers, and served as a supply point for Washington's army during their winter in nearby Jockey Hollow. The local Historical Society has preserved this heritage in the Museum of Old Randolph. One of city’s oldest streets, Gristmill Road is on the National Register of Historic Places. Many of the descendants of the original settlers still live in Randolph on roads that bear their family names. Over half of Randolph residents are NJ natives, while over 10% were born overseas.
Part of the Appalachian Mountain range, the Highlands are characterized by alternating flat-topped ridges and deep-striking valleys. While a major state road bisects the town, country roads wind through woods, along streams, up and down hills. Open land is preserved by both municipal and county parkland within the town boundaries.
With a world trade center to the west and two corporate campuses to the east of the township, over half of working residents are employed within the county, less than half an hour from home. With Routes 10, 287, 24 and 78 nearby, the average commute to work is 27 minutes, which means many of the local citizens have time to be involved in community recreation and government.
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