Public Information

The Public Information Office facilitates an accurate and consistent flow of information regarding government issues, programs and services to the community. The Public Information Office serves as a liaison to media on behalf of Middletown Township.
Middletown Matters Spring 2019 Promo

Circus Liquors Redevelopment Plan

At the Township Committee Meeting on Monday, July 16th, DMR Architects presented the new Circus Liquors Redevelopment Plan to the Township Committee.  

Click HERE to view the presentation. Redevelopment presenation


Minute with the Mayor web graphic   Click the picture to watch the “Minute with the Mayor” video series which highlights local happenings and events in Middletown Township.


  1. Volunteers Needed for Middletown Township Police Department Domestic Violence Response Team

    The Middletown Township Police Department is recruiting volunteers to serve on the Middletown Domestic Violence Response Team (DVRT). Applications are currently being accepted for the 40-hour mandatory training course in October. Read on...
  2. Notice to JCP&L Customers Re: Electrically Operated Life-Support Equipment and Private Wells

    On Friday, August 9th, Jersey Central Power & Light issued a notice to customers who use electrically operated life-support equipment and private wells for water. Please read the notice for important information. Read on...
  3. Middletown Recreation Announces August Mayor’s Wellness Campaign Activities & 5K Registration

    Middletown Recreation today announced its August Mayor’s Wellness Campaign (MWC) community events and that registration is now open for our inaugural Mayor’s 5K Challenge on Saturday, October 19th at Poricy Park. Read on...
  4. Middletown Ranked #1 Safest Small City in New Jersey and 7th in the Nation

    Middletown, NJ has been named the #1 safest small city in New Jersey and the 7th in America for 2019, according to “The Top 50 Safest Small Cities”, a new report from Front Point Security. Read on...
  5. Middletown Withdraws from Unfair Affordable Housing Proceedings

    Last week, the Middletown Township Committee directed its attorneys to withdraw from court proceedings to address unrealistic affordable housing obligations imposed upon municipalities throughout New Jersey by the Supreme Court. Read on...
  6. JCP&L Offers Tips for Excessive Heat

    JCP&L offers some common-sense hot weather tips customers can follow to stay comfortable while using electricity wisely during this period of high demand. Read on...
  7. Traffic Advisory: Palmer Avenue Closed for Improvements Starting Monday, 7/15

    Starting Monday, July 15th Palmer Avenue will be closing for road and drainage improvements. It will be closed at Middlewood Road. No thru traffic. Read on...
  8. NJ DOT Route 35 Construction Project Begins Monday, May 6th

    On or about Monday, May 6th the New Jersey Department of Transportation will begin preliminary construction work on Route 35 in Middletown. Read on...
  9. Middletown Township Committee Introduces Cost-Saving Initiatives for Board of Education

    The Middletown Township Committee today announced that it has introduced cost-saving measures for the Middletown Board of Education through a shared service agreement that will result in approximately $40,000 of savings. Read on...
  10. Township Issues Statement Regarding Fairview Crematorium Application

    As of Monday, March 18th, the Township has secured an injunction preventing the current Fairview Crematorium project application from proceeding until prior litigation is fully resolved. Read on...
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