Non-Emergency Fire Department (973) 564-7035
Non-Emergency Police Department (973) 564-7001
Animal Control (973) 564-7085
Poison Control (973) 972-9280
Millburn Building & Zoning (973) 564-7055
Public Works (973) 564-7060
Tax Collection Office (973) 564-7083
375 Millburn Avenue
Millburn, NJ 07041
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Millburn Township is a beautiful residential community with an excellent school system, an easy commute to New York City and a variety of recreational programs. Millburn/Short Hills is approximately 15.1 sq miles with a population of 33,600. The Millburn zipcode is 07041, and the Short Hills zipcode is 07078. For a complete list of municipal services, please click here.
JCP&L (800) 662-3115
PSE&G (800) 436-7734
NJ American Water (800) 272-1325
Giordano Company Garbage Collection (800) 216-2250
Sewage (973) 564-7084
Comcast (800) 934-6489
Verizon Fios (800) 837-4966
Lakeland Bus information
NJ Transit information ($560/year or $425/6 months passes available to residents)
Millburn Public Library:
Township residents can sign up for memberships and get access to books, DVD's, and free wifi seven days a week. The Library's phone number is (973) 376-1006. For hours and more information click here.
The Millburn Public School System is regarded as one of the best in the state. There are seven elementary schools and an award-winning middle school and high school. Millburn High School is consistently ranked high in national publications, and is ranked #2 in NJ and #1 in Essex County by Niche. There are over 30 AP classes for high school students, numerous musical groups, and an extensive sports program which about 50% of students participate in. 99% of seniors graduated and went on to attend four year colleges. For more information click here.
Each of the Millburn Public schools has a representative on the District's Special Education Advisory Committee (SEPAC). This committee meets regularly to discuss Special Education programs. The building representative for each school acts as a liaison to share parental feedback at each meeting. To find your representative click here.
Caring for Kids is a group of students dedicated to working closely with other students to foster growth, compassion, and education to mold members into contributing empowered members of society. With targeted community outreach and peer socialization, kids come together to help ease those who may need extra help into socializing and connecting with others. Through planned activities, family enrichment programs, and classroom immersions, Caring Kids is striving to make a difference. For more information, please click here.
Millburn-Short Hills residents can enjoy Gero Park year round, with the main pool, featuring a water slide and a wading pool, as well as the Par 3 Golf Course and Tennis courts from Memorial Day through Labor Day. Taylor Park in Millburn and Old Short Hills Park are also ideal for walks and participating in organized sports activities. Contact Robert A. Hogan, the Director of Recreation for more information. He can be found at Millburn Town Hall, 1st Floor, (973) 564-7095. For more informatiton, click here.
Historic Landmarks to Visit
The Paper Mill Playhouse:
The Paper Mill Playhouse sits on a rich land with a history of paper mills and theaters burn down to due fires. The current playhouse opened its doors in the 1980's and has continued to produce critically acclaimed productions with ongoing educational courses for the community. The Paper Mill Playhouse is located at 22 Brookside Dr., Millburn, 07041. (973) 376-4343
The Cora Hartshorn Arboretum:
The Cora Hartshorn Arboretum and Bird Sanctuary, known as the Hartshorn Arboretum, sits on 16.5 acres of land in Short Hills. Over 3 miles of walking paths and trails were donated and preserved for the public to enjoy free of charge from dawn to dusk. The arboretum contains 45 species of trees, including 275-year old Tulip trees, wildflowers and 100 species of birds. The Cora Hartshorn Arboretum is located at 324 Forest Dr., Short Hills, 07078. (973) 376-3587
Greenwood Gardens is a historic, 28-acre nature preserve in Short Hills. Boasting terraced gardens, meadows, woodlands and teahouses designed in the early 20th century. After more than a century of private ownership, the garden today functions as a nonprofit organization open to all and supported by the public. Become a member today and enjoy free admission, access to workshops and events including nature walks and twilight tours. Greenwood Gardens is located at 274 Old Short Hills Rd., Short Hills, 07078. (973) 258- 4026
The Newcomers-Encore Club:
The Newcomers-Encore Club of Millburn-Short Hills is an excellent way to make new friends. Once a month, new members coffee is held once a month and a range of activities are offered to new town
members to meet new people, settle in a bit easier, and socialize in an open and friendly environment. Local tip, sign up for the newsletter to stay current on future events. For more information,
The WorkMom's Organization:
The WorkMom's Organization of Millburn-Short Hills is an informal club for working mom's of the town to build a network a support for mom's balancing their careers, children, and personal lives. Communication and strong relationships are keys ways for members to discover a new and effective way to balance and even get assistance from other women facing the same challenges. Email firstname.lastname@example.org to join.
The Millburn-Short Hills Historical Society:
The Historical Society is a local non-profit that focuses on learrning, preserving, and disseminating historical information. There is a collection on display in the Hobart Avenue side of the Short Hills Train Station, but please note it is by appointment only. You can call ahead to schedule an appointment at (973) 564-9519. For more information click here.