Parsippany, NJ

Population: 29,155
Median Home Sale: $410,000
Median Household Income: $83,257
Median Commute: 24.00
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Parsippany-Troy Hills Township is commonly called as Parsippany, It is at township in Morris County, New Jersey. The name Parsippany comes from the Native American word ‘parsipanong’. Parsippany-Troy Hills was formed as a township by the act of New Jersey Legislature on March 12th of 1928. The township had a total area of 25 square miles, of which, 23 square miles of it is land and 2 square miles of it is water. Parsippany-Troy Hills has a humid continental climate, which has cold winters and very warm-to-hot summers. Parsippany-Troy Hills lies in the Newark Piedmont Basin. At the origin, a chain of volcanic islands crashed into proto North America and creating the New Jersey Highlands, which start from the western portion of the township. The township is located to the neighborhood of Read More +
Parsippany-Troy Hills Township is commonly called as Parsippany, It is at township in Morris County, New Jersey. The name Parsippany comes from the Native American word ‘parsipanong’. Parsippany-Troy Hills was formed as a township by the act of New Jersey Legislature on March 12th of 1928. The township had a total area of 25 square miles, of which, 23 square miles of it is land and 2 square miles of it is water. Parsippany-Troy Hills has a humid continental climate, which has cold winters and very warm-to-hot summers. Parsippany-Troy Hills lies in the Newark Piedmont Basin. At the origin, a chain of volcanic islands crashed into proto North America and creating the New Jersey Highlands, which start from the western portion of the township. The township is located to the neighborhood of Lake Hiawatha and Mount Tabor. The township is governed under a system of municipal government under the Faulkner Act.

The Parsippany-Troy Hills School District serves students in pre-kindergarten through 12th grade. The Town has more number of Elementary and Primary Schools. Interstates 80, Route 280 and 287, U.S. Routes 46 and 202, New Jersey Routes 10 and 53, County Route 511 are best way and the available transport route for the township. Parsippany runs a two-route bus system known as Parsippany Transit that offers a free bus service  for all residents and it operates six days a week .

In 2012, Parsippany was ranked 12 “as best places to live” by Money Magazine.

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Area and Demographic Info for Parsippany, New Jersey (07054)

Median Age: 41.39 Median Home Sales Price: $410,000 Median Household Income: $83,257 Median Commute Time: 24.00 mins


  • Population: 29,155
  • Population Density: 2,125/sq mi
  • Population Change Since 2000: -0.91%
  • Education Climate : 5
  • Married : 14,226
  • Number of Households : 11,202
  • Households with children: 3,202
  • Average Household Size : 2.58
  • Annual Residential Turnover : 7.12%
  • Change in Average Household Income : 9.41%
  • Closest Major Sports Team: NEW JERSEY DEVILS
  • Closest Airport: Newark Liberty International
  • Closest College: COLLEGE OF SAINT ELIZABETH
  • Closest Jr. College: COUNTY COLLEGE OF MORRIS

What are the Occupancy Rates?

Vacant Owned Rented
507 6235 4966

How Do People Get to Work?

Drive Public Transportation Walk / Bike / Other Work at Home
12433 530 298 299

Population by Sex(%)

Male Female
49.34 50.66

White/Blue Collar Jobs

White Collar Blue Collar
35 65

Population by Age

0-45-910-1415-1920-2425-2930-3435-3940-4445-4950-5455-5960-6465-6970-7475-7980-84 85+
196115841621173813121502214321611988214122762131185715821167846630 513

Population by Ethnicity

White Hispanic Black Asian Native American Hawian Other
17090 2582 1024 9519 0 0 697

Population by Education

Less than 9th Grade Some High School Some College Associates Degree Bachelors Degree Graduate
650 1025 2653 1150 6450 3948

Households by Income (in thousands of dollars)

0-1010-1515-2020-2525-3030-3535-4040-4545-5050-6060-7575-100100-125125-150150-200200-250250-500 500+
39126329833034238143630643777211271398140410731359358486 41

Median Income by Age

< 25 25-44 45-64 > 65
21198 94176 99345 42348

Employees by Occupation

Management Technology Retail Sales Protective Services Agriculture Construction Transportation
4090 1957 6924 1001 86 1176 3962

Employees by Industry

Agriculture Mining Construction Manufacturing Transportation Wholesale Retail Finance & Real Estate Service Public
87 205 1077 5724 1795 846 6834 5325 1649 632

Rent Estimate (in dollars) Estimate includes shelter + utilities

Studio 1 Bedroom 2 Bedroom 3 Bedroom 4 Bedroom
1025 1063 1269 1637 1871

Crime

Total Personal Murder Rape Robbery Assault Property Burglary Larceny Vehicle Theft
4 4 9 4 3 2 4 4 4 4

Household Expenses

Total Insurance Apparel Education Entertainment Food Healthcare Housing Transportation Utilities
121 134 121 128 125 117 117 125 124 117

Natural Disasters

Earthquake Total Weather Hail Hurricane Tornado Wind
109 87 53 102 58 164

Pollution

Air Ozone Carbon Monoxide Lead NO2 Particulates(PM10)
99 103 123 84 104 83

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