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Happy Holidays 2019

Middletown First Town in New Jersey to Purchase Styrofoam Recycling Machine

Middletown Township today announced that it is the first town in the state of New Jersey to purchase a Styrofoam* recycling machine. Starting Thursday, December 26th, residents of Middletown and Monmouth County can drop off clean EPS (Expanded Polystyrene) foam packaging materials from large items such as televisions, appliances, computers and furniture at several locations throughout town. The recycling collection sites are located at the Middletown Recycling Center (52 Kanes Lane; open from 8:30 AM-4:30 PM Thursday through Monday) and the Middletown Train Station (open 24/7). There will be another drop off point in the Bayshore area in the near future.

Click HERE to read the full press release. 

Middletown First Responders Awarded
Mayor's 5K Challenge Proceeds

Mayor's 5K Presentation
Mayor Tony Perry and Recreation Director Janet Dellett presented Chiefs from the Middletown Township Police Department, Fire Department, Office of Emergency Management and Emergency Medical Services with a check from the proceeds of the Mayor's 5K Challenge. 

At the Monday, December 16th Township Committee meeting, Mayor Tony Perry presented Middletown's First Responder Chiefs with a check from the proceeds of the Mayor's 5K Challenge that was held in October at Poricy Park. Each department will receive $1,675 to use towards new equipment.

The Mayor's 5K Challenge was the culmination of the Mayors Wellness Campaign, a statewide community health initiative that provides evidence-based tools and strategies for mayors and community leaders to help their residents improve their overall health and wellness. Thank you to all the runners and walkers who came out to support our very deserving first responders. We look forward to seeing you at the 2020 Mayor's 5K Challenge on October 17th! 
Project PLUS graduates: December 2019
Students with Freeholder Gerry Scharfenberger, Committeewoman Pat Snell, Bayview Principal Tara Raspanti, Navesink Principal Kevin Cullen and Police Chief Craig Weber at their graduation. 

Congratulations to the Township's Most Recent Project P.L.U.S. Gradates!


Students from Bayview, Fairview, Leonardo and Navesink Elementary Schools graduated the
7-week Project P.L.U.S. (Peer Leaders Understanding Students) after-school drug awareness program on Thursday, December 19th at Croydon Hall. Thank you to the Municipal Alliance, Health Department and Crossroads for your commitment to this important  educational initiative. 


MAYOR TONY PERRY SAT DOWN WITH COMCAST NEWSMAKERS HOST JILL HORNER TO CHAT ABOUT MIDDLETOWN'S 2020 EVENTS LINEUP.


CLICK HERE TO WATCH THE VIDEO.

UPCOMING EVENTS

Kindergarten Registration
Christmas Tree Pickup
DPW HOLIDAY SCHEDULE

2019 LEAF COLLECTION SCHEDULE 

Traffic Alerts

Enjoy the holidays but drink responsibly. Drive sober or get pulled over. DWI patrols will be out every night. 

NIXLE EMERGENCY ALERTS

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