Data

Randolph by the Numbers

Randolph is the 3rd largest Township within Morris County.  Resting in the heart of northern New Jersey, our 21 square mile boundary is home to a diverse population of just under 26,000 residents, according to the US Census American Community Survey.

In the 2013 Coldwell Banker edition of, “Best Places to Live in New Jersey for Booming Suburbs.” Randolph was the number one ranked town in Morris County and fourth overall in the state. Some of the factors considered in selecting the best suburbs included job growth, high percentage of home ownership, good schools, access to local shopping and community safety.

The Township is a modern suburban community that offers many advantages to its residents and business owners alike. The dedication of our local government staff and the Randolph Economic Development Committee coupled with the Township’s enthusiasm for a vibrant business culture makes Randolph not just a great place to live, but a great place to work and invest.

Below are key data and demographics about our community. 

At a Glance

By the Numbers

25,916 

Population

$121,334

Median Household Income

9,029 

Total Households