Morris County Economic Development Corporation

The reason that over 500,000 people call Morris County home is quite simply put:  There is no place in the United States like it!  Founded in deep history, Morris County is where the Revolution never ends.  Constantly being ranked as one of the best places to live in the country, it is also safe, geographically desirable and home to some of the greatest school districts in the country.

Learn more about our great county so you can make it your next home.

Morris County, New Jersey offers a diverse and stable housing stock throughout the county. According to ESRI, Morris County has 193,567 housing units with a homeownership rate of 68.9%. Regardless of where one chooses to live, work and raise a family in Morris County, there’s a neighborhood that precisely fits a chosen lifestyle, and where one will readily find churches, clubs, schools, and recreational activities that comfortably fit that lifestyle.

The median home value is $461,440 with a median household income of $103,687. Home choices include well-built older homes in historic neighborhoods, new single-family and multi-unit developments; stylish homes in sub-divisions in smaller communities; large duplexes; luxurious custom-designed mansions, and independent living and assisted living. Please use the tool below to get a sense of what type of houses are available for sale in the county.

325 Columbia Turnpike, Suite 101
Florham Park, New Jersey 07932 


Chamber Contact: Robert Wanthouse, Economic Development Manager

New Jersey Small Business Development Center of Northwest New Jersey

The true measure of the value that an SBDC can bring to your and your business is the breadth and depth of of its advisors’ experience and its repertoire of informational resources.

We’ve assembled a wide variety of these for our clients to enhance business operations. We want to make access convenient and easy while providing greater services to SMBs like yours.

Of course, you can go to your local library or perform your own searches on-line, but we’ve already done the heavy lifting when it comes to informational resources.

207 Main Street
Hackettstown, New Jersey 07840 


Chamber Contact: Mary Adelman, Assistant Director

The Morris County Tourism Bureau (MCTB)

The Morris County Tourism Bureau (MCTB) is a 501(C)3 not-for-profit destination marketing organization that positively affects the economy of Morris County by promoting the area’s exceptional historic, cultural and recreational opportunities by providing services to residents, business travelers and tourists.

6 Court Street
Morristown, New Jersey 07960 


Chamber Contact: Leslie Bensley, Executive Director

New Jersey Association of Women Business Owners (NJWABO)

The New Jersey Association of Women Business Owners is the longest-standing statewide women business owners’ organization in New Jersey. Its primary objective is to support and encourage business ownership by women. Since 1978, NJAWBO has helped women achieve their business visions by providing them with the tools to develop and grow their enterprises.

Dubbed “New Jersey’s Most Powerful Network” by Business News New Jersey, networking, partnering, leadership, education and political advocacy are the hallmarks of the NJAWBO experience. As of today, NJAWBO is organized into six regions, with members serving as officers at the regional and state levels. Together, we are a diverse, dynamic, and powerful group of women business owners.

The increasing success of women-owned businesses in our society will continue to build on itself and contribute to the development of still more confident women, running thriving, thoroughly accepted businesses. And the very special place of NJAWBO – women supporting women – will continue to be an important environment for women business owners in New Jersey.

Morris County Chamber of Commerce

The Morris County Chamber of Commerce has named Meghan Hunscher as its new president, effective January 1, 2019. The MCCC announced the appointment of Hunscher, currently executive director of the Morris County Economic Development Corp., a division of the chamber. Hunscher replaced retiring Paul Boudreau, who has served as president of the organization for ten years.

The chamber has credited Hunscher with increasing membership and funding since taking the helm of the MCEDC in 2016. Based in Florham Park, the MCCC boasts nearly 800 members, employing 74,000 people in Morris and surrounding counties.

The Morris County Chamber of Commerce is the voice of the business community in Morris County and the premier business association in North Central New Jersey that serves more than 800 members and provides more than 300 events, forums and committee meetings on an annual basis. The Chamber has represented many thousands of member companies and their employees in a century of existence.

325 Columbia Turnpike, Suite 101
Florham Park, NJ 07932 USA


Chamber Contact: Meghan Hunscher, President