Morris County is one of the fastest-growing counties in New Jersey. Founded in 1738, the county was known during the revolutionary war as “The Military Capital of the American Revolution,” where George Washington and the continental army made their encampments near Morristown, New Jersey.
Today, the county is 477.8 square miles and has 39 municipalities that are connected by many major interstate highways, including Route 80, Route 287, and Route 46. In addition, the area is famous for its hills and valleys, local farms, beautiful park systems, and 27 golf courses. As of 2019, the median household income was $115,527 and population was 491,845.