Florham Park is a borough located in Morris Countythat is home to a population of approximately 12,000 residents. Florham Park was incorporated in 1899 and is currently home to a football training station the New York Jets use throughout the year and the headquarters for the BASF Corporation, which is the world’s largest chemical company.
The area is one of the most desirable places to live in Morris County due to its convenient locations to trains, buses, and major airports. The New Jersey Transit System operates through Florham Park, and Newark International Airport is situated nearby.
The Florham Park School District serves students from pre-kindergarten through the eighth grade. The schools in the district are Briarwood Elementary School, for students in pre-kindergarten through the second grade, Brooklake Elementary School, for students in third through the fifth grade, and Ridgedale Middle School, for students in sixth through the eighth grade. High school-aged residents attend the Hanover Park High School, located in the neighboring town of Hanover.
Florham Park is often referred to as “a community of volunteers,” and it is these volunteers that ensure the borough provides residents of all ages with recreational activities and well as entertainment. Aside from offering a wide variety of recreational activities, such as sports clubs and leagues, the borough hosts Summer Gazebo Concerts for residents to enjoy. Exercise classes, art classes, and book clubs are just a few of the many activities Florham park provides.