Middletown COVID-19 Updates 

The Middletown Health Department reports that as of 4:15 PM on Wednesday, April 1st,  the confirmed number of positive COVID-19 cases is 132 and there have been 262 negatives cases.

Visit the NJ COVID-19 Information Hub to find services and information, including live updates of COVID-19 cases by County.

Click HERE to watch other videos from the CDC about COVID-19 best practices on the Township’s YouTube Channel. 

Township-Related Closures & Event Cancellations

Due to the current public health situation, there will be restricted public access to Town Hall (1 Kings Highway) and municipal facilities through Sunday, April 19th

Facilities include: Croydon Hall  (900 Leonardville Road, Leonardo), the Senior Center (900 Leonardville Road), Poricy Park (345 Oak Hill Road), the Tonya Keller Community Center (50 Bray Avenue, North Middletown), the Department of Public Works (52 Kanes Lane), the Middletown Township Public Library (55 New Monmouth Road), the Middletown Arts Center (36 Church Street) and the Health Department (180 Main Street, Port Monmouth).

  1. Middletown Recreation
  2. Middletown Township Public Library
  3. Middletown Arts Center
  4. Municipal Court
  5. Middletown Recycling Center
  6. Middletown Township Police Department

Middletown Recreation

All Middletown Recreation programs, rentals, special events and classes are canceled through April 19, 2020.

Park & Field Updates:

Until further notice:

  • All play structures/playgrounds are closed.
  • Fields and courts are closed to any organized or unorganized team play, practices, or training.
  • All permits have been canceled and the lights have been turned off.
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Comcast announced Thursday it will be increasing speeds for the Internet Essentials program, and making the program free to new customers for two months, amid the coronavirus outbreak.