War Memorial Pool is open from Monday, June 28, 2021 – Sunday, August 29, 2021 from 12:00pm-6:00pm.
$3.00 for adults 16+ and $1.00 for children.
Please click here for the rules of the pool → pdf War Memorial Pool Rules (62 KB)
Please remove all temporary signs including political signs in the City of Middletown after 30 days after the date of the election or the event.
New bids are out for Community and Economic Development projects! click here folder Bids & RFP's
The City of Middletown is pleased to present our Sanitation Services Information Brochure. If you have any further questions please contact Mayor’s Office at 845.346.4100 or Department of Public Works Office at 845.343.3169
Please note this does not include the Downtown Middletown Business Improvement Distict.
Department of Public Works
City Street Reconstruction 2021
Milling and paving of City of Middletown select streets starts on Monday, May 24, 2021. The City of Middletown Department of Public Works will be milling and repaving streets in the City by Ward. Please plan alternate routes and please drive carefully when driving on milled streets
Please avoid driving though milled roads when possible. Exercise extreme caution and very slow speed if you have to drive through milled streets.
Click here for the full list → pdf 2021 Milling & Paving List by WARD (145 KB)
Please call DPW for any questions at 845-343-3169.
We regret the inconvenience and appreciate the cooperation.
The Common Council of the City of Middletown has adopted an new sanitation plan for the CIty of Middletown.
Please click on the link to view the full plan → pdf New City of Middletown Sanitation Plan 2021 (147 KB)
Reminder to All City Residents:
The schedule for garbage pick-up has not changed. You are to still set out your regular household garbage (MSW) on the previously assigned night according to the Ward that you live in.
ALL RECYCLING is to be placed out in the new recycling carts THURSDAY EVENINGS for FRIDAY PICK-UP.
When it comes to large-scale power resoration, O&R goes through a step-by-step process.
Our top priority is ensuring public safety by securing downed wires and addressing critical infrastructuresuch as hospitals, emergency facilities and municipal services. We thsn work to restore power to the largest number of customers until all lights ar back on.
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