Independent Agencies

Morris County is home to several independent agencies, such as the County College Board of Trustees and County Superintendent of Schools.

County College Board of Trustees

(973) 328-5000
Meets 3rd Wednesday (except March & Dec.) at 7 p.m.
County College
Henderson Hall, Room 102B
Rt. 10 & Center Grove Road

Sets policy and direction of the County College of Morris in Randolph Township. The Board establishes regulations for the appointment of personnel and sets tuition and fees for the two-year community college.

County Superintendent of Schools

(973) 285-8332
30 Schuyler Place

The Superintendent of Schools is a regulatory and technical assistance agency for the 41 School districts in the county, serving more than 68,000 students housed in nearly 150 School buildings. Its activities address certification, finance, budgeting, curriculum, instruction, facilities, special education services and special projects with local School districts, county agencies and other divisions of the NJ Department of Education.

Extension Service

(973) 285-8300
W. Hanover Ave.
Morris Township

research-based educational program helping people and the communities in which they live. offers agricultural, resource management, home economics and 4-H programs.

Morris-Sussex-Warren Workforce Development Board

Meets last Thursday in January, April, July and October at 9 a.m.  For meeting information, go to the Boards & Committees page of our website,, or call 973-829-8662.

Responsible for planning, policy guidance and oversight of the workforce development system. Its goal is to combine area employment, training, and supportive services and programs into a consumer-based, market-driven system that meets the needs of job seekers and employers.

School of Technology
School Board of Education

(973) 627-4600
400 East Main St.

Operates the Morris County School of Technology, which offers programs designed to prepare students to enter the workforce as skilled employees. Also administers specialized academies in the areas of Math, Science and Engineering; Visual and Performing Arts; Law and Public Safety Construction Arts; Automotive Sciences; Health Care Sciences and Networking Information Technology and Communications.

Soil Conservation District

(973) 285-2953
30 Schuyler Place, 4th Floor

The Soil Conservation District provides information relating to soil conservation and natural resources to local governments and landowners. Assists in management of soils, erosion control and conservation practices.