Public Information

The Public Information Officer facilitates an accurate and consistent flow of information regarding government issues, programs and services to the community. The Public Information Office serves as a liaison to media on behalf of the Middletown Township.
  1. Monmouth County Mosquito Control Operations Info

  2. Red Hill Road Closure Thursday 8/17 and Friday 8/18

    Middletown Township and JCP&L will be working with Davey Tree to remove trees on Red Hill Road on Thursday, 8/17 and Friday, 8/18. The road will be closed between Holland Road and Bamm Hollow Road from 8:00 AM to 3:00 PM. Read on...
  3. Monmouth County Hubbard Avenue Update

    Motorists are encouraged to plan an alternate route as utility work continues on Hubbard Ave. between West Front St. and Navesink River Rd. from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m., Monday through Friday. Weather permitting, work will continue through the end of August. Read on...
  4. New Monmouth/Leonardville/Tindall Road Work Updates

    Middletown Township is working with the County and New Jersey Natural Gas to help accelerate these three road projects before the start of the school year. They are all either immediately adjacent or close to Township schools. Read on...
  5. Hubbard Avenue Update

    J.F. Kiely is working for the gas company to install a new main line on Hubbard Avenue. They will be working Monday-Friday from 8 AM to 5 PM through the end of August, depending upon the weather. Read on...
  6. Paper Shredding Events

  7. Pesticide Spraying

  8. Middletown Township’s WWI Doughboy Memorial Restoration Process Is Almost Complete

    Middletown Township today announced that the World War I Doughboy Monument restoration will be completed by the end of August. The circa 1930’s life-size monument is located on Church Street in Belford. Read on...
  9. Middletown Ranked #1 Safest City in New Jersey and 8th in the U.S.

    Middletown, NJ was ranked as the #1 safest city in New Jersey and the 8th in the nation, according to the National Council for Home Safety and Security’s 2017 report, Top 100 Safest Cities in America. Read on...
  10. Ideal Beach Pedestrian Walkway and Deck Ribbon Cutting Ceremony

    Before the Ideal Beach Party on July 27th, Township officials and employees, Ideal Beach Community Association members, and executives from T&M Associates gathered at the new pedestrian walkway and deck for a ribbon cutting ceremony. Read on...
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