Agenda – 090721
Mayor James H. Curry, III has lifted the Declaration of Disaster for Middletown Borough effective immediately.
Fireworks have been postponed due to flooding and the Borough is working with the contractor to reschedule the event. Stay tuned for an update.
Declaration of Disaster-Hurricane Ida 9.1.21
Hunter-Trapper Education courses are required for all first-time hunters and trappers before they can buy a license in the Commonwealth. The Pennsylvania Game Commission offers both in-person and online options, all of which are available to anyone 11 years or older. Participants, whether in-person or online, will receive a training certificate recognized throughout North America when they pass a test at the end of the… Read More
Fire pits, fire bowls, chimineas or similar portable devices may be used but only when the following requirements and conditions are met: Any person operating a fire pit, fire bowl, chiminea or similar portable device must have permission from the landowner. There must be one person at least 18 years of age present to assume responsibility for the use of these devices. Use of fire… Read More
The gate at the Woody Waste site is malfunctioning. The gate will be open 8:00 a.m. until 3:00 p.m. Monday through Friday until the issue is able to be resolved.
Middletown will be having a fireworks display on Saturday, September 4, 2021 in celebration of Labor Day. Fireworks will begin at 9 pm at the boat launch on Susquehanna Street. Fireworks-Labor Day
Middletown’s Youth Organized and United to Help (YOUTH) is proud to present this mural to the Borough of Middletown. YOUTH began design of the mural in the fall of 2020 and completed it in August 2021. The design celebrates the beauty of the natural world around us by featuring some of the plants and insects of Pennsylvania and can be found at the main pavilion… Read More