Randolph Township is a suburb of New York City with a population of 25,918. Randolph Township is in Morris County and is one of the best places to live in New Jersey. Living in Randolph Township offers residents a dense suburban feel and most residents own their homes. Many families and young professionals live in Randolph Township and residents tend to lean conservative. The public schools in Randolph Township are highly rated.
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Randolph Township Reviews
What I like about Randolph is the sense of community, having close neighbors and most likely seeing a familiar face if I am out of the house and in town. What I would like to see Randolph change is making it so people, especially teens, have places to walk to with friends and neighbors and grab food or coffee! I understand that it is hard for Randolph to accommodate that due to our dense residential zone.
Randolph is a safe, friendly town. The school systems are relatively good, and there are a good number of parks in and around the town. Randolph trails are generally well maintained and a nice place for those who enjoy nature. Unfortunately there is no centralized downtown area, and while there are a fair number of restaurants, most people tend to go to Morristown or another nearby town with more of a "main street." In the winter, the snow plowing is good, although streets, particularly smaller neighborhood streets, tend to develop some deep potholes that are often left there for months. There are many doctors offices and things like that around Randolph and a reliable volunteer EMS organization.
Randolph is an overall good neighborhood, particularly great for families. The school system is average/good and it is for the most part very safe. I have grown up in Randolph my whole life and have had an excellent, safe childhood because of that. Some people are friendly, others not so much. I wish there were more thing to do in the town, however. There is practically nothing to do except go to delis or parks. If you want to go to any nice restaurants or do something fun you'd have to go to neighboring towns which gets tiresome. I would also like to see more diversity, as Randolph tends to be in a bubble. Overall, Randolph is a good town!