Middletown Public Building Closures

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 Tuesday, March 31st. Facilities include:

  • Croydon Hall  (900 Leonardville Road, Leonardo)

  • Senior Center (900 Leonardville Road)

  • Poricy Park (345 Oak Hill Road)

  • Tonya Keller Community Center (50 Bray Avenue, North Middletown)

  • Department of Public Works (52 Kanes Lane)

  • Middletown Township Public Library (55 New Monmouth Road)

  • Middletown Arts Center (36 Church Street) 

  • Health Department (180 Main Street, Port Monmouth)

2020 coronavirus

Middletown Township Public Library   MTPL

As a precaution against the spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19) Middletown Township Public Library Bins will be closed. All materials will be renewed automatically until 4/1/2020. Visit www.mtpl.org for more updates.

Event cancellations:

  • 3/16 – Elder/Estate Law Seminar
  • 3/18 – Monmouth County Art Society Monthly Meeting
  • 3/24 – Women’s Suffrage Program
  • 3/28 – Art Reception
  • 3/31 – Rock Concert
  • 4/4 – Roaring 20s Songs Concert
  • 4/7 – Score Financial Program
  • 4/7 – Diabetes/memory Care Program
  • 4/13 – Neighbors Helping Neighbors Job Panel Program
  • 4/16 – Documenting Life Story Workshop

Middletown Recreation   

             Middletown Recreation

All Middletown Recreation programs, rentals, special events and classes are canceled through March 31. 

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.

Middletown Arts Center


All classes, rehearsals, programs and events are canceled through March 31st. Please call 732-706-4100 if you have any questions.

Municipal Court

Municipal court sessions in New Jersey will be suspended for two weeks, beginning Monday, to mitigate public exposure to COVID-19 coronavirus, according to Chief Justice Stuart Rabner.

Middletown Recycling Center

Middletown Recycle logo

The Middletown Recycling Center (52 Kanes Lane) will be open on WEEKENDS ONLY. Due to potential transmission of the the COVID-19 virus, Recycling Center employees will not be able to assist residents with unloading recyclables at this time.  

Per the CDC, anyone exhibiting signs of coronavirus infection (fever, cough or shortness of breath), should not visit the Recycling Center. Thank you for your cooperation as we all try to remain healthy.

Middletown Township Police Department

Middletown PD Seal

The 2020 Rude Awakening Program has been canceled.