Long Hill Township is a township in Morris County, New Jersey, United States. Originally incorporated as Passaic Township in 1866, the name was changed to Long Hill Township in 1992, mainly to avoid confusion with the City of Passaic. What is known today as Long Hill Township consist of the unincorporated communities of Gillette, Stirling, Millington and Meyersville.
The Long Hill Township Schools serve children from grades Kindergarten through 8th. High School students in grades 9-12 attend the well known Watchung Hills Regional High School.
Long Hill Township is a rural low-density residential community characterized by large tracts of open space, attractive single family residential neighborhoods, tree-lined streets, landscapes and small-town feel due to a general absence of large non-residential land uses. The Township is one of the least dense and most scenic municipalities in Morris County. All this characteristics make Real Estate in Long Hill Township very desirable. One of the township's main attractions is the Great Swamp National Wildlife Refuge, it extends along the entire northern border of Long Hill Township. It contains 7455 acres, which serve as home for many animals as well as a resting place for migratory birds. This natural environment offers a great place to enjoy nature at its most primitive.
Conveniently located minutes from important highways like Interstates I-78 and I-287 and Route 202/206, Long Hill Township also offers train service through NJ Transit.