Please click the link below to view the updated list of streets that will be milled and paved this year. The work will start on 6/27/22 by milling the streets in the order presented in the list. Paving will follow in the same order.
Please note this work schedule and list are weather permitting. Please plan for alternate routes of travel to avoid delay.
We regret the inconvenience and appreciate you understanding.
Orange County will be hosting a Hazardous Waste event on June 11, 2022 at the Port Jervis High School. Click the link below for more information on the event.
Attention City Residents and Commuters:
Please be advised that the West Main Street Bridge, located in the area of 247 West Main Street, will be milled and repaved tomorrow April 29, 2022. One lane traffic will be provided. Please expect traffic delays and find alternate routes.
Orange County will be hosting their household hazardous waste collection event on Saturday May 7, 2022 from 9:00am until 3:00pm. Please click the link below to view the flyer.
Attention City Residents-
Please be advised that the work for the Traffic Operations Project- Phase 1 is beginning today, Wednesday March 30, 2022. Click the link below to view the schedule for work on this project that is planned for this year.
Please note that this schedule is subject to change and that its best to keep visiting the City Website for an updated schedule, when changes are needed.
Attention City of Middletown Residents:
'Tis the season of pot holes due to the freeze and thaw cycle.
Please report any pot hole(s) that you may observe in our City to the Department of Public Works at 845-343-3169 or by email.
We appreciate your assistance!
Another successful job is completed.
W. Main St Culvert/Bridge Replacement is Substantially Completed and the street was opened for through traffic on 12/22/2021.
Funded by NY Rising Grant:
Above photos are pre-existing and during Demolition of existing bridge.
Below photos are during construction. Last photo is when road was opened for traffic on 12/22/2021
Changing of the Guards:
After 42 years of working and being a loyal employee to the City of Middletown, Mr. Mark Pengel has retired as Deputy Commissioner of Public Works with an exemplary record of service.
We wish Mark, Michele and the entire Pengel family the very best and thank them for sharing Mark with us all these years.
Hope you have a wonderful retirement.
Jacob Tawil, Commisioner of DPW and the entire City DPW Family
(Mark Pengel with former City Emloyee, Glen Sokolof, who worked for more than 30 years)
(Mark and his wife Michele)
(Jacob Tawil, Commissioner of DPW with Mark Pengel)
(Commissioner Tawil, former Deputy Commissioner Mark Pengel & new Deputy Ross Mastria)