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

When it comes to large-scale power resoration, O&R goes through a step-by-step process.

Our top priority is ensuring public safety by securing downed wires and addressing critical infrastructuresuch as hospitals, emergency facilities and municipal services.  We thsn work to restore power to the largest number of customers until all lights ar back on.

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You must enter at the Court entrance door on James Street between City Hall and Police Headquarters.

You must wear a mask before you can enter City Hall and use social distancing.

Only a certain amount of the public will be able to enter City Hall at a time so we do suggest you mail your requests if possible for any department. Also please check our website for all applications. Please call the department to get instructions on what is needed for your request by mail or online.

Please call City Hall the department you need for any questions.
Mayor Office – 845-346-4100
Department of Public Works – 845-343-3169
Corporation Counsel – 845-346-4140
Clerk Office – 845-346-4166
Finance Office – 845-346-4150
Civil Service – 845-346-4106
Community Development – 845-346-4170
City Court – 845-476-3630
Assessor Office – 845-346-4141
Recreation & Parks – 845-346-4180

The Mayor DeStefano gave his State of the City Address today .

The address will broadcast on Channel 20 today Thursday, February 18, 2021 at 5:00PM, 7:00PM and 9:00PM.

The address will also be on Channel 20 starting tomorrow Friday, February 19 at 10:00AM and 6:00PM everyday.

Click here for the Mayor's full address →  pdf Mayor State of the City Address February 18,2021 (6.12 MB)

Mulberry House Senior Staff is assisting persons 55 and above to enroll on Orange County Vaccination site to obtain Covid-19 Vaccine by calling our office 845-346-4073 or 845-346-4074. We are available Monday through Friday 8:30am-4:30pm.

Standard Title VI/Non-Discrimination Assurances

DOT Order No. 1050.2A

The City of Middletown (herein referred to as the "Recipient"), HEREBY AGREES THAT, as a condition to receiving any Federal financial assistance from the U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT), through the New York State Department of Transportation (NYSDOT), is subject to and will comply with the following:

Statutory/Regulatory Authorities
• Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 (42 U.S.C. § 2000d et seq., 78 stat. 252), (prohibits discrimination on the basis of race, color, national origin);
• 49 C.P.R. Part 21 (entitled Non-discrimination In Federally-Assisted Programs Of The Department Of Transportation-Effectuation Of Title VI Of The Civil Rights Act Of 1964);
• 28 C.P.R. section 50.3 (U.S. Department of Justice Guidelines for Enforcement of Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964);

The preceding statutory and regulatory cites hereinafter are referred to as the "Acts" and "Regulations," respectively.

Please Click here for full report →   pdf Civil Right Policy for DOT (530 KB)

In order to facilitate orderly distribution of the COVID-19 vaccine, the Orange County Health Department asks that residents complete the Vaccination Information Request Form. Visit to complete this online form. Once you've done so, your information will be added to an Orange County, New York mailing list, and you will receive updates via email, phone, and/or postal mail from the County, when the vaccine becomes available. This will help our residents equitably receive updates on vaccine distribution, as it is made available to the Orange County Health Department.

For information on current availability of the vaccine, check the NYSDOH or contact any provider with an available vaccine.

If all appointments for vaccine distribution at the Orange County, New York-led PODs (Points of Dispensing) are full, you will receive subsequent emails when additional appointments become available including how to register for an appointment (provided you have completed the page)

Know someone with out a computer? Please have them call please call the Orange County Office for the Aging at 845-615-3700.

NYS Division of Consumer Protection
Paula J. O’Brien, Esq.
Director, Division of Consumer Protection

As we gather this holiday season, NYS Division of Consumer Protection wants to help keep you safe. In light of the public health crisis and with winter approaching, families are spending more time at home then ever. Did you know that many deaths due to carbon monoxide poisoning occur during the winter months? Learn how to stay safe this year by following the tips below, provided in partnership with the Consumer Protection Safety Commission (CPSC):

Carbon Monoxide – Known as the invisible killer, carbon monoxide leaks are undetectable as they are odorless and colorless. Prevention is key, and can be done by taking the following measures:
• Install a battery-operated or battery-backed carbon monoxide detector. Replace batteries once a year in all CO alarms on every level of your home and outside sleeping area. Note that this is different from your smoke alarm.
• Have your home heating systems (including chimneys and vents) inspected and serviced annually by a trained service technician.
• Never use portable generators inside homes or garages, even if doors and windows are open. Use generators outside only, at least 20 feet away from your home.
• Never use a gas range or oven for heating.
• Open the fireplace damper before lighting a fire and keep it open until the ashes are cool. An open damper may help prevent build-up of poisonous gases inside the home.
• Know the symptoms of carbon monoxide poisoning: headache, dizziness, weakness, nausea, vomiting, sleepiness, and confusion. These symptoms can be mistaken for the flu. If you suspect CO poisoning, get outside to fresh air immediately, and then call 911.
• NEVER ignore a beeping CO alarm. If the CO alarm rings, get outside immediately, and call 911.

You can find these and more tips by checking out the Consumer Protection Safety Commission website at . You can also find more information at the Division of Consumer Protection website at

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