City Website: http://www.chathamborough.org/
Chatham Borough is a borough in Morris County and has a population of approximately 8,962 residents.
Chatham Borough is a quiet, carefully developed residential community located in north-central New Jersey near Exit 7 of Route 24. Chatham was named “One of the top ten places to live in the United States” by Money Magazine in 2005. Located 25 miles west of NYC on the eastern edge of Morris County. Chatham Borough and Chatham Township share a common heritage and both are often referred to by their shared name, The Chathams. The Borough is the area of older smaller homes close to town and the train.
Most of the shops and restaurants are in this area with a Saturday’s farmers market, town pool, library and train, all within steps of great dining, sandwich ships, yogurt & cupcake shops.
Chatham Township is located in Morris County and has a population of approximately 10,452 residents. Chatham Township is a quiet, carefully developed, residential community in north-central New Jersey near Exit 7 of Route 24. Located 25 miles west of New York City on the southern edge of Morris County, Chatham has many fine homes, townhouses, garden apartments, and condominiums and offers suburban attractiveness as well as the convenience of NJ Transit and highway commuting to New York City and surrounding metropolitan North Jersey. There are excellent shopping facilities available locally in the Hickory Tree section and at nearby Short Hills Mall. Cultural opportunities include historical, art, garden and musical groups, as well as the facilities and programs of neighboring universities. The Chatham Regional school system consistently ranks high and the Library of the Chathams is a valuable resource to the residents. Chatham Township is a family community whose residents take pride in their green, forested land at the edge of the Great Swamp.
School District of the Chathams
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