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Middletown Matters Web- Fall 2018

Circus Liquors Redevelopment Plan

At the Township Committee Meeting on Monday, July 16th, DMR Architects presented the new Circus Liquors Redevelopment Plan to the Township Committee.  

Click HERE to view the presentation. Redevelopment presenation


Minute with the Mayor web graphic   Click the picture to watch the “Minute with the Mayor” video series which highlights local happenings and events in Middletown Township.


  1. Deputy Chief Robert Stefanski Graduates from National FBI Academy

    Middletown Township Police Department Deputy Chief Robert W. Stefanski graduated from the 273rd Session of the FBI National Academy Program at Quantico, Virginia on September 13, 2018. Read on...
  2. UPDATE: Middletown Train Station/Church Street Detour Rescheduled to Begin 11/15

    The Middletown Station/Church Street grade crossing work that was originally scheduled to start on Thursday, 11/8 will now begin after AM Peak Service on Thursday, 11/15. Church Street is scheduled to reopen on Wednesday, 11/21. Read on...
  3. Information sessions for the Township's Home Rehabilitation Program

    Information sessions for the Township's Home Rehabilitation Program will take place Monday November 19 and Wednesday November 21 between 12:30pm to 2:00pm at the Tonya Keller Community Center, 50 Bray Avenue in North Middletown. Read on...
  4. Township Withdraws Grant Application for Stevenson Park Fields

    On Thursday, October 25th, Middletown Township formally withdrew its 2018 Monmouth County Parks System grant application to fund two athletic fields at Stevenson Park. Read on...
  5. Maintenance on Railroad Crossing at Church Street Beginning Thursday, 11/8

    New Jersey Transit will be performing maintenance on the railroad crossing at Church Street beginning Thursday, November 8th. Weather permitting, the work is expected to take 7 days, including the weekend, to complete. Read on...
  6. Middletown Introduces Ordinance to Help Provide Services and Resources to Residents in Need

    The Middletown Township Committee is moving forward with their commitment to directly connect residents in need with organizations that can assist them by passing an ordinance to establish a Community Assistance Network Volunteer Advisory Committee. Read on...
  7. Volunteers Needed for Middletown Township Police Department Auxiliary Police

    Middletown Township Police Department is currently recruiting volunteers to serve on the Middletown Auxiliary Police. You can download an application at www.middletownnj.org/AuxiliaryPolice. Read on...
  8. Recycle Coach app

    Middletown Township has launched Recycle Coach, a free customized website/smartphone app that streamlines the garbage, recycling and bulk process for residents. Read on...
  9. Middletown Township and NJNG to Provide Free Energy Audits to Income-Qualified Residents

    Middletown Township and New Jersey Natural Gas (NJNG) today announced a pilot program to provide free energy audits to income-eligible residents. Read on...
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