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MIDDLETOWN MATTERS SUMMER 2020 GRAPHIC
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  1. Route 35 Southbound Ramp to CR 516 and Taylor Lane Closed 9/21 - 9/23

    Beginning at 7 AM Monday, 9/21, until 4 PM, and continuing daily through Wednesday, 9/23, the Route 35 southbound ramp to CR 516/Cherry Tree Farm Road and Taylor Lane will be closed to mill and pave the ramp. The ramp will be reopened each afternoon. Read on...
  2. 9/12/20 COVID-19 Community Health Advisory Concerning Middletown Sports Complex

    Middletown Department of Health issued a public health advisory today regarding its current investigation of a cluster of approximately 13 COVID-19 cases with a common connection to the Middletown Sports Complex/Ice World facility. Read on...
  3. Middletown Remembers 9/11 With Morning and Evening Tributes

    On Friday, September 11th, Middletown Township held a morning reading of the names and evening silent wreath laying and candlelight tribute at the World Trade Center Memorial Gardens to honor the 37 residents we lost 19 years ago. Read on...
  4. Advisory: Indoor Dining To Resume Friday, 9/4

    Per Governor Phil Murphy’s Executive Order No. 183, indoor dining may resume on Friday, September 4 at 6:00 AM, provided businesses comply with the health and safety standards issued by the Department of Health. Read on...
  5. Volunteers Needed for Middletown Township Police Department Domestic Violence Response Team

    MTPD is recruiting volunteers to serve on the Middletown Domestic Violence Response Team in affiliation with 180 Turning Lives Around. There will be a 40-hour mandatory training course via Zoom October 6 - 29. Applications are being accepted. Read on...
  6. Middletown Senior Center Announces Seasonal Surprise Bags

    Middletown Recreation today announced a new Seasonal Surprise Bags program for seniors. The Department is preparing the activity bags for distribution in August to members of the Middletown Senior Center. Read on...
  7. Middletown Enters Pilot Program with NJ Farm to Test Viability of Compost as Organic Soil Amendment

    Middletown announced a partnership with High Time Farm in Somerset County to conduct testing on the compost the Township creates through its leaf collection as a viable organic soil amendment. This is the first pilot program of its kind in New Jersey. Read on...
  8. Middletown Township Committee Seeks Voters' Support to Increase Open Space

    The Township Committee unanimously supported a resolution to include a referendum on the November 2020 General Election Ballot to amend the dedicated Open Space Trust annual collection rate from $.02 to $.03 per $100 in equalized valuation. Read on...
  9. 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...
  10. 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...
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