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  1. Middletown Township Committee to Host Virtual and In-Person Meeting on Monday, October 19th

    The Middletown Township Committee Regular Meeting on Monday, October 19, 2020 at 7:00 PM will be open to the public with social distancing measures in place and made available live through WebEx Event Center. Read on...
  2. Raccoon Rabies Alert in Area of Morningside Ave. b/w Krueger Place & Dalby Place

    The Health Department responded to a call of a sick raccoon on October 8, 2020 in the area of Morningside Ave between Krueger Place and Dalby Place. Lab results received confirm the raccoon was positive for Rabies. Read on...
  3. Veterans Affairs Committee to Hold Buchhop Lane Fallen Veteran Street Sign Dedication Sat. 10/17

    The Middletown Veterans Affairs Committee will hold a fallen soldier commemorative street sign dedication ceremony at 10:00 AM on Saturday, October 17th in memory of Albert Buchhop who served in the US Navy in World War II. Read on...
  4. Propane Pedestal Heater Guidance For Restaurant Owners

    Middletown Fire Prevention Bureau provides a Fire Safety Fact Sheet for restaurants using propane pedestal heaters for outdoor dining. Read on...
  5. NJ Department of Health: Halloween 2020 Celebration Guidance

    On October 5, Governor Murphy announced that Halloween activities could proceed and residents should follow the state Department of Health guidance about best practices for trick-or-treating, gatherings and corn mazes. Read on...
  6. FBI Crime Report Reveals Middletown Has Lowest Crime Rate in New Jersey

    Middletown, NJ has once again achieved the lowest crime rate in New Jersey for communities with a population over 50,000, according to statistics from the 2019 FBI Uniform Crime Report (UCR) released last week. Read on...
  7. NJ Poison Control Center Warns Community About Potential Misuse of Hand Sanitizers

    Although hand sanitizers play an important role in preventing infection and slowing the spread of COVID-19, these products carry a potential for misuse, abuse and accidental exposure which can lead to alcohol overdose (poisoning). Read on...
  8. 9/25/20: Route 35 Lane Closures Tonight Due to Intersection Improvement Project

    Beginning at 8 p.m. tonight, Friday, September 25, the left lane on Route 35 in each direction between Laurel Avenue and Cherry Tree Lane/Old Country Road will be closed. Read on...
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