City Hall will be open to the public starting on Thursday, April 1, 2021 from 8:30 to 4:30 Monday through Friday 

City of Middletown
Collection of Yard waste

Yard waste collection will begin on Monday, April 5, 2021.


Yard waste should be set out on Sunday evenings for curbside pickup NOT ON THE STREET beginning on Monday each week.

Also available FOR MIDDLETOWN RESIDENTS ONLY- No Commercial
Yard waste and Recyclables can be dropped off at the Recycling Center on Monhagen Avenue, Monday – Friday, 7:00 AM – 3:00 PM.

Yard waste Collection ends on December 3, 2021.

Yard waste consists of grass clippings, weeds, brush, branches, and leaves and it should be put in cans, barrels or plastic bags. Small branches must be securely tied in bundles not exceeding 18” in diameter by 36” in length as per City Ordinance §407-5.

 

               Joseph M. DeStefano                                                                                                   J. Miguel Rodrigues
                            Mayor                                                                                                                      Alderman-at-Large

Jacob S. Tawil, P.E.
Commissioner of Public Works
www.Middletown-ny.com

Help protect the environment- Lower our landfill disposal cost by RECYCLING

 

City of Middletown has partnered with PROCHAMPS.com to administer its Foreclosure Property registration and Vacant Property registration program(s). In order to comply with the Foreclosure Property and Vacant Property registration ordinance, all Owners/Mortgagees/Trustees must register online via PROCHAMPS.com and pay a registration fee.

Register with PROCHAMPS.com  

https://community.prochamps.com/NY/orange/middletown-city

Attention City Residents,

Recently, the City of Middletown has partnered with Service Line Warranties of America (SLWA) to offer, you as the homeowner, exterior water and sewer service line coverage.  SLWA can help protect you from potentially expensive repair costs of both water and/or sewer lines, inside and outside the home.  Letters with this information have been recently mailed out to you. If you have any questions or need additional information, please contact SLWA at #1-844-257-8795.

 

Message From NYSDEC: 

Don't Flush Wipes or Other Garbage

Flush Responsibly

Certain materials flushed down toilets can damage sewer systems, wastewater treatment operations, or private septic systems, even when they are labeled as flushable. Correcting the damage is expensive, so do not flush any of the items listed below, no matter how small. Please throw them in the trash. 

  • diapers
  • baby wipes
  • disinfectant wipes
  • personal hygiene products
  • any paper products other than toilet paper (e.g., paper towels, facial tissues, paper napkins) 

Thank you.

Click on the link below to view the "2019-2020 Final MS4 Report". This report covers the period of March 10, 2019 to March 9, 2020.  

If you have any comments or questions, please contact DPW at  #(845) 343-3169.
 

pdf MS4 Final Report 2019-2020 (895 KB)

 

Making Waves: News from the Division of Water

In this Issue:   

  1. Don't Flush Wipes or other Garbage
  2. Happy Arbor Day- Plant a Tree to Protect Our Waters
  3. US Forest Service Great Lakes Restoration Initiative Funding

Click the link below to view the contents of this article:

https://content.govdelivery.com/accounts/NYSDEC/bulletins/287d308

                          

Important Message from NYSDEC

A Reminder to Flush Responsibly
Certain materials flushed down toilets can damage sewer systems, wastewater treatment operations, or private septic systems, even when they are labeled as flushable. Correcting the damage is expensive, so do not flush any of the items listed below, no matter how small. Please throw them in the trash.
• diapers
• baby wipes
• disinfectant wipes
• personal hygiene products
• any paper products other than toilet paper (e.g., paper towels, facial tissues, paper napkins)
Clogged treatment systems are expensive to clean out.
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Look for the Zero: Use Only Phosphorus-Free Lawn Fertilizer
DEC Commissioner Basil Seggos today announced the launch of the state’s annual "Look for the Zero" public awareness campaign that encourages homeowners to go phosphorus-free when using lawn fertilizer. DEC is encouraging consumers to review bag labels for phosphorus content when shopping for fertilizer. Fertilizer labels have three numbers. The number in the middle is the percentage of phosphorus in the product.
Regardless of the lawn's location, excess phosphorus can wash off and pollute lakes and streams, harming fish and ruining boating and swimming. More than 100 water bodies in New York State cannot be used or enjoyed due to phosphorus overuse. For more information, visit DEC's Lawn Fertilizer webpage. (https://www.dec.ny.gov/chemical/67239.html)


Thank you for your cooperation

City of Middletown Residents:

Please remember-

Dumping of any type of medical waste in your regular household garbage or recycling is not permitted

Thank you.

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