The Township of Maplewood, New Jersey is a quintessential state suburb. Settled nearly 400 years ago, the town is home to locals and urban transplants alike. Tree lined streets—populated by Colonial, Tudor, Victorian and Craftsman-style homes—are wedded to the diversity and cultural sensibilities of a metropolitan area.

The Maplewood train station offers residents easy access to the town’s beautiful, Olmsted-designed Memorial Park as well as to the Village with its fine restaurants and boutique shopping. Gateway to the town by car and bus, newly renovated Springfield Avenue boasts a variety of businesses serving the Maplewood-South Orange Community including a Center for Art, the Hilton Branch Library and a variety of restaurants and specialty stores.

South Orange and Maplewood share a school district with 2 middle and 6 elementary schools. Columbia High School has strong arts, music, and sports programs and has more AP courses, electives, clubs, and extra-curricular opportunities than most schools in the state.

Maplewood is on the NJ Mid-town Direct service to Mid- and Downtown Manhattan. The Town is minutes from major state highways.

For more information on the Township of Maplewood, visit or call 973-762-8120.


Population approx. 24,543 (ACS 2017 estimate)
Households approx. 8,880
Size 3.8 sq. miles
Median Income $125,036 (ACS 2017)
Median House/Condo Value $586,000 (2017)
Government 5 member partisan Township Committee
Congressional District 10th
Legislative District 27th