Public Information

The Public Information Office 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 Middletown Township.

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  1. Middletown Invests in 100% Affordable Housing for Veterans

    At last night’s Middletown Township Committee meeting, the governing body unanimously voted to acquire property located at 37-45 Leonardville Road in Belford to be utilized for affordable housing units for income-eligible veterans. Read on...
  2. Middletown Launches Nixle Emergency Notification System

    Middletown Township today announced that it is using Nixle as its sole emergency communications platform to provide immediate emergency alerts regarding severe weather conditions, traffic detours, criminal activity and public safety advisories. Read on...
  3. Middletown First Town in New Jersey to Purchase Styrofoam Recycling Machine

    Middletown is the first town in the state of New Jersey to purchase a Styrofoam* recycling machine. Starting Thursday, December 26th, residents of Middletown and Monmouth County can drop off clean foam packaging materials at two locations. Read on...
  4. Township Committee Approves $5.15 Million Bond Ordinance for Multi-Use Turf Fields at Normandy Park

    The Township Committee unanimously approved a $5.15 million bond ordinance to install multi-use turf fields at Normandy Park and to convert a grass field at Nut Swamp School to synthetic turf. Read on...
  5. MTPD Enforces “Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over” Holiday Crackdown Campaign

    Beginning December 6, 2019 and continuing through January 1, 2020, the MTPD and state law enforcement officials will be conducting saturation patrols and sobriety checkpoints looking for motorists who may be driving while intoxicated. Read on...
  6. Notice to JCP&L Customers Re: Electrically Operated Life-Support Equipment and Private Wells

    On Friday, August 9th, Jersey Central Power & Light issued a notice to customers who use electrically operated life-support equipment and private wells for water. Please read the notice for important information. Read on...
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