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Library closed Friday, 2/10/2017
February 10, 2017  – Library
The Library is closed today. It will be open on Saturday, 9:30am-5pm and Sunday, 1pm-5pm. Stay safe.

Parking Ban Extended until 2 PM Friday.
February 09, 2017  – Police Department
The parking ban has been extended. Please stay off the roads and avoid driving if possible. Remember to clear your walkways and sidewalks in front of your property. Thank you.

Town Hall Closing at 12 noon because of snow storm – will re-open at 8:00 a.m. Friday, February 10, 2017
February 09, 2017  – Town of Middletown

Clearing Sidewalks of Snow: residents and business owners are reminded that they must clear sidewalks of snow by 9:00 a.m. Friday Feb. 10
February 09, 2017  – Town of Middletown
Town Ordinance § 94.01  OWNERS TO REMOVE SNOW, DEBRIS FROM SIDEWALKS.    Whenever a sidewalk or portion thereof shall become encumbered with snow, ice, mud, obstruction or debris, it shall be the duty of the owner, occupant or person in charge of the property abutting upon such sidewalk to remove the same during daylight or before 9:00…

Winter Operations: How to Report Mailbox Damage
February 09, 2017  – Public Works Department
Q. What do I do when my mailbox gets plowed away with the snow? If you live on a town road*,  the Department of Public Works can assist you! The easiest way to request assistance is to submit a ‘Citizen Request’ through the Town’s website. Follow the following menu choices to submit your issue: 1.        Go…

Library closed Thursday, 2/9/2017
February 09, 2017  – Library
The library is closed all day due to the impending snow storm. Stay safe.

Senior Center open on Friday, February 10, 2017 – 9 a.m. – 4 p.m. – No meals served today
February 08, 2017  – Town of Middletown

Snow Delays Trash and Recycling Collection
February 08, 2017  – Refuse Collection Department
There will be no trash and recycling collection on Thursday, February 9 due to the predicted snow storm, collection will be delayed one day for the remainder of the week (Thursday’s route will be collected on Friday, Friday’s route will be collected on Saturday). Please contact the recycling coordinator with any questions, Will Cronin 401…

February 08, 2017  – Police Department
The Town of Middletown has implemented a parking ban starting on Thursday February 9th at 6:00 a.m. thru Friday February 10th at 6:00 a.m. There will be no parking on any road in town during this time.  Residents and businesses are reminded to make an effort to clear their sidewalks. Your cooperation is very much…

February 02, 2017  – Police Department
The Middletown Police Department will be cancelling the scheduled Friday fingerprinting on February 3rd and February 10th.  Fingerprinting will resume on Friday, February 17th, at 9:00 am.  We apologize for any inconvenience that this may cause.  If you have any questions or concerns, please contact Detective Michael Kravchuk at 401-846-1144 ext. 7024.  Thank you.

Public Informational Hearing: Onsite Wastewater Management Plan Feb 9, 2017 6pm Town Hall
January 31, 2017  – Public Works Department
Webpage - http://publicworks.middletownri.com/on-site-wastewater-management-plan/

Rep. Deborah Ruggiero constituent office hours at Middletown Public Library, 2/4/2017 9:30am-11:30am
January 30, 2017  – Library
Mark your calendar and stop by the Evelyn LeDoux Middletown Room to discuss any legislative issues that are on your mind. Rep. Ruggiero has an update on her legislation, Aging in the Community, which includes increased funding for senior centers as well as property tax relief for low income seniors and people with disabilities; and,…

THP Project Purple Initiative Kicks Off in Middletown!
January 23, 2017  – Middletown Prevention Coalition
Did you know that 84% of Middletown students (grades 7-12) have not used alcohol or marijuana during the  month preceding the survey? (Student Health and Wellness Survey 2015-16) Show your support for these students during THP Project Purple Initiative Week by displaying a lawn signs.   So what’s THP Project Purple Initiative? It’s a national substance abuse prevention…

Wind Warnings, Watches & Advisories from the National Weather Service
January 23, 2017  – Fire Department
Wind Warnings, Watches and Advisories The National Weather Service issues a number of Watches, Warnings and other products to alert the public about high wind events. High Wind Warning: Take Action! Sustained, strong winds with even stronger gusts are happening. Seek shelter. If you are driving, keep both hands on the wheels and slow down.…

ITB MPD Safety Bollards & Memorial Restoration: click here for more information
January 20, 2017  – Finance Department
The Town is currently requesting proposals for the MPD Safety Bollards and Memorial Restoration project.  Sealed bids will be received at the Finance Office, until 10:00 am February 6, 2017.  THERE IS A MANDATORY PRE BID CONFERENCE AT 10:00AM , JANUARY 24, 2017 AT THE MIDDLETOWN POLICE STATION, 123 VALLEY ROAD. MIDD-017-008-ITB-Services-MPD Safety Bollards &…

RI Fusion Center Issues Warning to Bars, Restaurants and Night Clubs
January 19, 2017  – Police Department
Please see the attached flyer issued by the Rhode Island Fusion Center in regards to terrorist attacks at bars, restaurants and night clubs.

On-Site Wastewater Management Plan: Town Council Presentation
January 18, 2017  – Public Works Department

Heavy Snow Loads and Roof Safety
January 08, 2017  – Fire Department
Rhode Island Emergency Management Agency (RIEMA) REMINDS YOU THAT ROOF COLLAPSE CONTINUES TO BE OF HIGH CONCERN WITH HEAVY SNOW LOADS. Homeowners should be mindful of the risk of personal injury to themselves and occupants before removing snow from roofs. If you can do it safely clear your roof drains. A contractor could be helpful…

Library CLOSING at Noon today – Saturday, January 7th and CLOSED all day tomorrow – Sunday, January 8th We will re-open on Monday, January 9th at 9:30am
January 07, 2017  – Town of Middletown

Winter Snow and Fire Hydrants
January 07, 2017  – Fire Department
There are currently more than 400 fire hydrants in the Town of Middletown. After large snow storms Middletown firefighters regularly go out to inspect these hydrants and clear them of snow when necessary. To help make this practice more efficient the Middletown Fire Department is asking residents, in good heath who are physically able, to…