Morris County’s most populous municipality is a business-oriented community with its share of traditional streets and neighborhoods. Four major highways bisect the township, which has seen a big increase in population since 1960.
Parsippany is comprised of many diverse and charming neighborhoods, high quality business campuses, excellent school and library systems and an extraordinary park system.
The Township prides itself in its fine services with its own water and sewer facilities, one of the most friendly and effective recycling programs in the area and a fine police department, one of only three nationally accredited departments in New Jersey.
One of the most interesting communities is Mount Tabor. Owned by the Mt. Tabor Methodist Camp Meeting Association, Mount Tabor is a small community made up of approximately 350 houses, most of them small Victorian homes, clustered together on tiny lots of land. According to Parsippany mayor Mimi Letts, the community still has its original tabernacle and firehouse and much of the charm of an age long past.
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