Morris Township, New Jersey, is a doughnut-shaped, suburban municipality that completely surrounds the more densely…More populated town of Morristown.
Morris Township is 15.8-square miles in size. In the Census of 2000, its population was found to be 21,796.
The Morris Township government consists of a five member township committee, whose members are elected to serve staggered three-year terms. The Mayor and the Deputy Mayor are chosen from within this group.
The Morris Township Municipal Building is located at 50 Woodland Avenue.