Long Hill Twp
Point of Interest
Long Hill Township was incorporated as Passaic Township in 1866. In November, 1992 the voters elected to change the name of the municipality to Long Hill.
The Township consists of four communities: the villages of Gillette, Millington and Stirling, and the hamlet of Meyersville. Homestead Park is the name of the first subdivision in the Township developed in the 1920's.
Long Hill Township is located in the most southern part of Morris County, New Jersey. It is bounded by the Passaic River on the south and west, and by the Great Swamp National Wildlife Refuge on the north. It borders both Union and Somerset Counties.
Students in grades 9 through 12 attend Watchung Hills Regional High School, which is one mile south of the Township’s border in Warren, New Jersey.
The high school district underwent the Evaluation of the Performance of School Districts as required by New Jersey Administrative Code. Based on the results of the Quality Single Accountability Continuum performance review, the district has been rated as a high performing school district.