On December 1, 2013, the Department of Planning & Development and the Department of Public Works merged to become the Department of Planning & Public Works headed by Director Deena Leary. The Department currently has five divisions and, effective January 1, 2014, will have six with the creation of the Division of Mosquito Control, formerly the Mosquito Extermination Commission. As part of the reorganization, the Geographic Information Systems (GIS) section was moved to the Office of Information Technology and the Division of Community Development was moved to the Department of Human Services. See About and Divisions for more information on the Department.
The United States Census Bureau recently released its 2008-2012 American Community Survey (ACS) 5-Year Estimates for all municipalities in the United States. The 2008-2012 ACS is based on data gathered over a five year period and includes estimates for a wide variety of topics including income, educational attainment, housing and transportation. Updates pertaining to these topics have been posted to the Data page of this website.
This year’s Morris County League of Municipalities luncheon in Atlantic City served up more than a delicious meal. Morris County Cultural and Historic Resources Specialist Jan Williams and Stuart Walter of the Morris County Geographic Information Systems offered a feast of historic highlights in a program entitled “Morris County: Our History of Service” demonstrating the award-winning Cultural Resource Inventory application or the CRI app. Read more.