Mendham Borough and Mendham Township
Mendham Borough and Mendham Township are 2 communities located in Morris County, NJ. The Borough was created from portions of the Township in 1906. They share the zip code 07945. Mendham Borough ranked first in New Jersey Monthly’s 2013 “Best Places to Live” survey.
Public school students in kindergarten through eighth grade attend the Mendham Borough Schools and Mendham Township Public Schools accordingly. Students in public school for ninth through twelfth grades attend West Morris Mendham High School, which serves students from Chester Borough, Chester Township Mendham Borough and Mendham Township.
Interstate highways accessible from Mendham include Routes 78, 80 and 287. Route 24 is part of Mendham’s historic Main Street, while Routes 202 and 206 are also nearby. Manhattan-bound commuters often use New Jersey Transit’s Midtown Direct train service to Penn Station in New York from the Morristown station.
Real Estate in Mendham includes many sites listed in National and State Registers. These historic properties include in Colonial, Greek Revival, Federal, Victorian and bungalow styles. These historic dwellings are joined by scores and they are coupled by new homes and luxury estates featuring state-of-the-art amenities.
Incorporated: 1798 (Mendham Twp.)
Township Population: 5,869 (2010 Census)
Incorporated: 1906 (Mendham Borough)
Borough Population: 4,981 (2010 Census)
Area: 18 Sq. Mi.