Middletown Minutes
Township Committee with First Responders
Members of our Township Committee with leading members of our First Responders organizations at a picnic on Saturday, October 7th. 

Thank You to Our First Responders!


On Saturday, October 7th, members of the Middletown Police, Fire, Emergency Medical Services, and Office of Emergency Management departments attended a picnic at the Middletown Fire Academy. Leaders and members of the departments, volunteers, along with their families, friends, and members of the Township Committee gathered together for a BBQ with live music to recognize our First Responders for their time and dedication to keeping our residents safe. 

Interested in becoming an emergency services volunteer? Click on the links below to learn more: 

Police * Fire *  EMS  *OEM's Community Emergency Response Team (CERT)*

Pictured from left to right: Office of Emergency Management Coordinator Charlie Rogers, Committeeman Tony Fiore, Mayor Gerry Scharfenberger, Deputy Mayor Stephanie Murray, Fire Chief Anthony Citarella, Deputy Police Chief Steve Dollinger, and Emergency Medical Services Chief Floyd Goldstein at the First Responders Picnic on Saturday, October 7th at the Middletown Fire Academy.                                                                                                                                       

Mayor Gerry Scharfenberger Discusses Township-Wide Garbage & Recycling Program and Proposed Microgrid Project

on Comcast Newsmakers 


Jill Horner of Comcast Newsmakers recently sat down with Mayor Gerry Scharfenberger to discuss the new Township-Wide Garbage & Recycling Program that will be rolling out January 1, 2018. Click HERE to watch the entire interview. 

They also spoke about Emergency Preparedness and Improving Energy Resiliency through Middletown's proposed Microgrid project which would improve local energy delivery for our town’s population, as well as provide for local and regional reliability during emergency response scenarios.Click HERE to watch the entire interview. 

Free Rabies Shots for Dogs Only

All pets must be accompanied by an adult. There are no fees for the rabies vaccinations. Please contact Animal Control at 
732-615-2097 for questions or more information.

October 14, 2017
9:00 AM-11:00 AM
Croydon Hall Gym
900 Leonardville Road


Middletown Township “Makes a Difference” by Collecting Food and Cleaning Supplies This October

Middletown Township's Social Services Department will be collecting food and cleaning supplies from October 2nd through October 28th for the Township’s Household Pantry. Donations will be collected throughout the month and added to the pantry on Saturday, October 28th in recognition of Make a Difference Day, a national day of community service.

Non-perishable food, cleaning supplies, personal hygiene items, and paper products are needed to restock the shelves. The Household Pantry, which is managed by the Social Services Department, provides emergency food and household supplies to residents in need.

Click HERE for donation drop-off locations. 

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