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Mayor DeStefano State of the City Address 2018

Mayor Joseph M. DeStefano gave his State of the City Address on Tuesday, February 6, 2018 at City Hall in the Council Chambers, 2nd floor at 7:00PM.  The address will be on Channel 20 at 10:00 AM and 6:00 PM.

Click here to read the speech and all the Department Reports →  pdf State of the City 2018 Part 1 (7.78 MB)

                                                                                                         pdf State of the City 2018 Part 2 (4.80 MB)

Police Department TOWN HALL MEETING

The City of Middletown
Police Department
would like to invite all residents to a
TOWN HALL MEETING
on March 15, 2018 @ 7:00 pm
in the Common Council Chambers of City Hall


Please join Chief John Ewanciw and his administrative staff to discuss any issues or concerns you may have for regarding your neighborhood or the City of Middletown. We look forward to seeing you there

 

CPV Plant Visual Temporary Impacts

There will be temporary visual impacts associated with the start-up of the CPV plant process targeting January 19th as the date for initial start-up. At that point, the visual impacts will begin there is always the possibility that this date could be pushed back slightly.

Please clich here for the visual impacts →  default CPV Visual Impacts (104 KB)

City of Middletown Updates and Emergency Alerts.

The City of Middletown
invites you to connect with us using Nixle 360!

Stay up-to-date on important updates and emergency alerts.

The City of Middletown has partnered with Nixle, a public notification system that will provide our residents with real-time informational updates and emergency alerts. Nixle 360 is purpose-built to provide secure and reliable communications, and its authenticated service can connect you to all of your city agencies such as the Police Department, Fire Department and Department of Public Works. Notifications regarding public emergencies, road closures, severe weather alerts, and much more will be delivered to you via multiple platforms, including social media! The system also provides an opportunity to submit confidential tips and requests for service. Sign-up is free and easy!

 Get Connected Today:

SMS/Text Messages
Receive important updates and emergency alerts right on your mobile phone. To sign up, simply text Middletown to 888777, and you’ll automatically be added to our system!

Email / Web Messages / Landline phones
Get emails, web notifications, or phone calls directly to your landline telephone. Register now and learn more at www.nixle.com.

Citizen questions about the service and its capabilities can be answered through the Frequently Asked Questions page found at www.nixle.com/consumer-faqs/. Should you need additional assistance, Nixle provides free citizens support and you can contact the Middletown Police Department at 845-343-3151. Email any questions to support@nixle.com.

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