Paving of all City of Middletown milled streets will begin on Wednesday, July 23, 2014.
The City of Middletown Department of Public Works will be milling and repaving the following streets in the City. Please plan alternate routes and please drive carefully when driving on milled streets.
Please call DPW for any questions at 845-343-3169. Thank you.
ROADS TO BE MILLED AND REPAVED:
Wawayanda Avenue Fulton Street to City Limits
Will be done in two (2) Phases:
Phase 1: Immediate from Fulton to Grandview
Phase 2: Late August paving from Grandview to City Line
Prospect Avenue Dewitt St. to Benedict Street
Washington Street West Jackson Ave. to Academy Ave.
Ridge Street East Main Street to Myrtle Ave.
Stivers Place Forest Ave. to Myrtle Ave.
Myrtle Avenue Ridge Street to Railroad Ave.
Budd Avenue Bedford Ave. to Adams Ave.
California Avenue Monhagen Ave. to City Line (Past Maple Ave)
Highview Ave. Mountain Ave to California Ave.
Highland Ave Ext. Mila Drive to City Line (Kuhls)
Ogden Street Prince Street to School Street
School Street School St. to Montgomery Street
Please avoid driving through milled roads when possible. Exercise extreme caution and very slow speed if you have to drive through milled streets.
We regret the inconvenience and appreciate your cooperation.
The City of Middletown National Nite Out Against Crime will be at Thrall Park on Tuesday, August 5th from 5:00PM to 9:00PM.
"Night Out" is a national Crime Prevention event. It is designed to heighten crime prevention awareness, increase neighborhood support in anti-crime efforts, and unite our communities. It is a great chance to learn about crime prevention, while also celebrating your community and spending time with your neighbors.
Night Out Against Crime is an opportunity for individual neighborhoods to renew their commitment to the following:
•Heighten crime and drug prevention awareness
•Generate support for, and participation in, local anti-crime programs
•Strengthen neighborhood spirit and police-community partnerships
•Send a message to criminals that neighborhoods are organized and fighting back.
Some of the Activities will be: Giant Slide, Zunba, Obstacle Course, Rolling Video Games, Dunk Tank, Food, Games, Face painting, Crafts, K-9 Demonstration and much more.
Any resident who has a Yard Sale or Garage Sale in the City of Middletown must have a permit, issued by the City Clerk's Office, according to the City Code Chapter 384 Article II Garage/Yard Sales.
• There are No Rain Dates for Yard Sales
• Yard Sales are only 8:00 a.m. through 8:00 p.m. only
• The Permit for a Yard Sale is $10.00
• Yard Sales or Garage sale permits are limited to only two (2) per year, for no more than 3 consecutive days.
• A $50.00 refundable deposit is required for all Yard Sales and will be refunded after the Code Enforcement Department authorizes the compliance of Chapter 319-17 Litter Law:
Chapter 319-17. MIDDLETOWN CITY CODE: POSTING NOTICES PROHIBITED
No person shall post or affix any notice, poster or other paper or device calculated to attract the attention of the public to any lamppost, public utility pole or shade tree, or upon any public structure or building, except as may be authorized or required by law.
There are also no posting of signs on City property, such as street signs, stop signs and yield signs. City property also includes sidewalks. Signs are permitted on private property with the owner's permission and must be taken down the next day.
Yard Sale application → Yard Sale Application
Payments must be made before the date of the yard sale at the City Clerk's office or you may mail your check for $50.00 and a separate check for $10.00, made out to The City of Middletown. Mail your checks and application to City Clerk's Office, 16 James Street, Middletown, NY 10940. Also include a self-stamped addressed envelope to mail the signed permit back to you. The City at this time does not have the capacity to pay online debit or credit.
Please allow enough time to receive your signed Yard Sale permit in the mail.
This is a self-guided tour of historic downtown Middletown, NY. Your can start anywhere on the map. The signs will have a photograph of the site or building as it looked in the past and will identify the building by its former name. The signs will be located either in the windows of the historic buildings, on posts at or near the sites or affixed to the building.
When you arrive at a location, dial the phone number on the sign or scan the QR code with your Smart Phone. Listen to the introduction and when prompted, press the number of the site and listen to the audio narrative.
If the individual wishes to read the narrative, QR codes will be n the signs and the tourist will scan the code with a phone that can read QR codes.
Tour brochues will include a map and will be available at local business in the greater Middletown area. The audio tour will be in operation 24 hours, seven days a week and free to the public.
There are 44 sites in all.
Walking Tour brochue with sites and Map: Historic Walking Tour Map
Representative Sean Patrick Maloney announced his staff will be available for Satellite Office Hours in Carmel, Middletown and Poughkeepsie beginning this month. In addition to normal office hours in Rep. Maloney's district office in Newburgh, satellite office hours will offer constituents to visit have the opportunity to share any questions, comments or concerns with a constituent advocate, who is available to assist with any problems folks from the Hudson Valley may be having with a federal government agency, such as the Social Security Administration, Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, or the Veterans Administration.
"I'm here to work for folks in the Hudson Valley, and our office is here to be their advocate and help cut through any bureaucratic red tape of the federal government," said Rep. Sean Patrick Maloney. "Too often people feel like no one is fighting for them, and while my district office in Newburgh is at the crossroads of the district, holding satellite office hours will allow my constituent advocates to be more accessible to folks all across the Hudson Valley."
Representative Maloney's office has handled over 1,000 new cases, and so far, Rep. Maloney has helped return $1,111,369 to Hudson Valley taxpayers who were owed Social Security checks, veterans' benefits, tax refunds and other payments from the federal government.
WHAT: Satellite Office Hours in Middletown
WHEN: 1st and 3rd Monday of the month
Office of New York State Assemblywoman Aileen Gunther Middletown City Hall at 16 James Street (3rd Floor) in Middletown, NY 10940
PHONE: (845) 741-8601
Be advised commercial properties, public assemblies, and businesses must be inspected by the Bureau of Fire Prevention, It is your responsibility to contact the Bureau of Fire Prevention to schedule an inspection.
Spinkler systems must be inspected annually by a certified sprinkler company.
Fire alarms must be inspected annually by a certified fire alarm company.
Elevators must be inspected annually by a certified third party elevator inspection company.
Fire extinguishers must be inspected and serviced annually by a certified fire extinguisher company or replaced with a new extinguisher.
THESE ARE YOUR RESPONSIBILITY AND THE BUREAU OF FIRE PREVENTION REQUIRES THAT THE APPLICABLE REPORTS BE SUBMITTED.
For more information on inspections and certified companies, contact the Fire Inspector at (845) 741-6116