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  1. NJ American Water Company Changes Treatment from Free Chlorine to Chloramines Beginning 4/20

    Beginning the week of April 20th, New Jersey American Water will change the water treatment process at its Swimming River Water Treatment Plant in Colts Neck from free chlorine to chloramines (a combination of ammonia and chlorine). Read on...
  2. April 2, 2020: Middletown Rabies Alert

    Middletown Animal Control responded to a call concerning a dog possibly exposed to a raccoon in the area of Coronet Ave and Regal Place. Lab results received today confirmed that the raccoon was rabid. The dog was current on its Rabies vaccination. Read on...
  3. I Tested Positive For COVID-19. What Do I Do Next?

    In an effort to help keep the community informed, here are some directives from the New Jersey Department of Health of what to do next if you test positive for COVID-19. Read on...
  4. COMMUNITY ADVISORY: Sewerage Authority Reminds Residents of What Is and Isn't Flushable

    TOMSA would like to remind residents that flushing improper items down the toilet can result in costly backups and/or problems at our local wastewater treatment plan. Please read on to see what can and can't be flushed. Read on...
  5. 3/23/20: Middletown Health Department Reports Total of 18 COVID-19 Cases

    As of March 23, 2020 the Health Department reported a total of 18 COVID-19 cases, including a resident of Luftman Towers in Lincroft. Additionally, public access restrictions to Municipal buildings and programs will be extended through Sun., April 5th. Read on...
  6. Recreation COVID-19 Update

    Middletown Recreation COVID-19 Update Read on...
  7. Middletown Launches “Takeout Thursdays” to Promote Small Businesses During Challenging Time

    MIDDLETOWN, NJ – Mayor Tony Perry and the Middletown Township Committee today announced the town’s new initiative “Takeout Thursdays” to help promote small businesses that are being adversely impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. Read on...
  8. Middletown Township Coronavirus (COVID-19) Statement

    Middletown officials are monitoring the developing situation involving presumptive positive cases of Coronavirus in Monmouth County. At this time there is no reason for the Township to deviate from normal operations. Read on...
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