Attention City Residents and Businesses: Traffic Operations/Sidewalk work Phase 1 will commence on March 30th, 2022. Please see below for more details.

Please be advised that as per City of Middletown Code, Section 460-22, Parking Restrictions to Aid Snow Plowing and Snow Removal, "Parking on City Streets is Unlawful after a Snowfall of 2 1/2 Inches or More to Aid in the Safe Plowing of City Streets..."

Also as weather conditions deteriorate please stay off the roads and keep the Fire Hydrants in your area clear of snow when safe to do so.

This is for your safety and the Safety of your Neighbors.

We appreciate your cooperation

Joseph M. DeStefano, Mayor

CITY OF MIDDLETOWN, NEW YORK
NOTICE OF COMMENCEMENT OF
30 DAY PUBLIC COMMENT PERIOD
DRAFT ANNUAL ACTION PLAN
JANUARY 1, 2023 - DECEMBER 31, 2023
The City of Middletown, through the Office of Economic and Community Development (“OECD”), announces the commencement of a 30-day public comment period pertaining to the Draft Annual Action Plan for the Community Development Block Grant program prepared by OECD staff. Copies of the Draft Annual Action Plan for the January 1, 2023 to December 31, 2023 Program Year is available for public view online at www.Middletown-NY.com or by written request to:
Office of Economic and Community Development
City Hall
16 James Street
Middletown, NY 10940
Or
CommDev@Middletown-NY.com
The goal of the 30-day public comment period is to obtain citizen input in the form of comments concerning the contents of the Draft Annual Action Plan for the CDBG 2023 Program Year. The public comment period will begin on December 19, 2022 and conclude at the close of business on January 18, 2023.
Comments may be submitted in writing to:
Office of Economic and Community Development
City Hall
16 James Street
Middletown, NY 10940
Or
CommDev@Middletown-NY.com
For additional information please contact the OECD Office at 845-346-4170.
The City of Middletown is an EEO.
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Ciudad de Middletown, Nueva York
Aviso de empiezo de periodo de 30 días
Opinión de ciudadanos
El Plan de acción anual
1 enero, 2023- 31 diciembre, 2023
La Ciudad de Middletown, a través de la Oficina de Desarrollo Económico y Comunitario
(“OCDE”), anuncia el comienzo de un período de comentarios públicos de 30 días relacionado
con el Borrador del Plan de Acción Anual para el programa de Subvenciones en Bloque para el
Desarrollo Comunitario preparado por el personal de la OCDE. Las copias del Borrador del Plan
de Acción Anual para el Año del Programa del 1 de enero de 2023 al 31 de diciembre de 2023
están disponibles para su vista pública en línea en www.Middletown-NY.com o mediante
solicitud por escrito a:
Oficina de desarrollo y fomento de la ciudad de Middletown
Edificio Municipio
16 James Street, piso 3
Middletown, NY 10940
O
CommDev@Middletown-ny.com
El objetivo del período de comentarios públicos de 30 días es obtener opiniones de los
ciudadanos en forma de comentarios sobre el contenido del Borrador del Plan de Acción Anual
para el Año del Programa CDBG 2023. El período de comentarios públicos comenzará el 19 de
diciembre de 2022 y concluirá al cierre de operaciones el 18 de enero de 2023.
Por favor, enviar comentario escritos por correo a:
Office of Economic and Community Development
City Hall
16 James Street, 3rd Floor
Middletown, NY 10940
O
CommDev@Middletown-NY.com
Para obtener más información llama (845) 346-4170
La ciudad de Middletown es un empleador de oportunidades iguales

 

pdf DRAFT 2023 AAP.pdf (23.22 MB)

We hope you join us for the 5th Annual Festival of Lights. Taking place Monday, December 19th at 4:30 PM at Run 4 Downtown Park!

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Dear City of Middletown Water Customer, 

Please be advised that due to continuing below normal precipitation in our region, DEC continues its "Draught Watch" designation for this region.

Please read the article below from DEC and take advantage of the Water Conservation Tips provided.  

As always, we urge our water customers to conserve water not only due to current drought condition, but throughout. 


Drought Watch Lifted in Many Places, New Yorkers Encouraged to Continue Reducing Unnecessary Water Use

The New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) today issued an update on drought conditions across the state. The State’s Drought Management Task Force updated the drought status to “Normal” from “Drought Watch” for multiple regions including most of upstate New York because of recent rainfall and higher levels of ground and surface water. Despite the encouraging hydrological conditions, all New Yorkers are urged to continue reducing unnecessary water waste, fixing leaks, and choosing efficient water fixtures. 

The following counties will return to Normal designations: Albany, Broome, Cayuga, Chautauqua, Chenango, Columbia, Cortland, Delaware, Erie, Fulton, Genesee, Greene, Herkimer, Livingston, Madison, Monroe, Montgomery, Niagara, Onondaga, Oneida, Ontario, Orleans, Otsego, Rensselaer, Saratoga, Schenectady, Schoharie, Seneca, Sullivan, Tioga, Tompkins, Washington, Wyoming, and Yates. 

The following counties will remain in Drought Watch designations due to ongoing precipitation deficits, unseasonably low streamflows, and groundwater declines: Dutchess, Nassau, Orange, Putnam, Rockland, Suffolk, and Ulster. A watch is the first of four levels of State drought advisories, which are watch, warning, emergency, and disaster. No mandatory restrictions are in place under a state Drought Watch. A map of the counties under Drought Watch is available.

New York State drought region IIA, which includes New York City and Westchester, remains in normal status due to the satisfactory storage levels and refill probability of the New York City reservoirs.  

According to the New York City Department of Environmental Protection (DEP), the City's reservoirs are approximately eight percent below normal for this time of year, with 295 billion gallons currently in storage, compared to 332 billion gallons normally. DEC continues to work closely with DEP to monitor reservoir conditions and encourage responsible water use, especially outdoors, regardless of the hydrological conditions or season. 

To protect water resources, homeowners in regions under Drought Watch are encouraged to voluntarily reduce outdoor water use and follow these tips: 

  • Water lawns only when necessary, choose watering methods that avoid waste, and water in the early morning to reduce evaporation and maximize soil hydration; 
  • Reuse water collected in rain barrels, dehumidifiers, or air conditioners to water plants; 
  • Raise lawn mower cutting heights. Longer grass is healthier with stronger roots and needs less water; 
  • Use a broom, not a hose, to clean driveways and sidewalks; and 
  • Fix leaking pipes, hoses, and faucets. 

For more water saving tips, visit DEC's website. For more information about drought in New York, go to DEC's website.

Thank you for the voluntary efforts to conserve water.

Attention Residents:

Orange County is conducting a study to evaluate the current transit system operated in the Middletown area. We want to better understand the needs of our community and determine where service gaps exist. This information is critical as  our regional transit system is redesigned to better serve the riders.

Please click below link to view event flyer for more information. 

Thank you.

pdf OCPD FLYER Transit System 9/29/2022 Event (English) (405 KB)

pdf OCPD FLYER Transit System 9/29/2022 Event (Spanish) (414 KB)