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National Grid Power Outage contact number 800-322-3223
October 31, 2012  – Fire Department
Any National Grid Electric customers still without power should contact National Grid at 800-322-3223 Please assist your friends & neighbors who may still be without power and cannot access this information or who cannot call National Grid themselves.


IF YOU ARE USING A PORTABLE GENERATOR – READ THIS – BE SAFE!
October 30, 2012  – Town of Middletown
@import url(/editor/Style/SyntaxHighlighter.css);@import url(/css/typography.css); Portable generators are useful when temporary or remote electric power is needed, but they can be hazardous.  The primary hazards to avoid when using them are carbon monoxide poisoning, electric shock or electrocution, and fire. The U. S. Fire Administration (USFA) would like you to know that there are simple steps you…


Green Debris – Hurricane Sandy
October 30, 2012  – Town of Middletown
@import url(/editor/Style/SyntaxHighlighter.css);@import url(/css/typography.css); @import url(/editor/Style/SyntaxHighlighter.css);@import url(/css/typography.css); @import url(/editor/Style/SyntaxHighlighter.css);@import url(/css/typography.css); Town of Middletown Green Debris – Hurricane Sandy   Winds from Hurricane Sally damaged trees throughout the Town.  Please reference this guideline to dispose of green materials that have fallen onto your property.   Warning:  Be careful of fallen power lines – stay clear of the…


Gaudet Emergency Shelter Opens at 5 PM Sunday October 28th.
October 28, 2012  – Fire Department
An American Red Cross Emergency Shelter will be opening today at 5 PM, Sunday October 28th at the Gaudet Middle School on Turner Road. This will be the regional shelter for Aquidneck Island residents during Hurricane Sandy. All residents should enter the shelter using the Turner Road entrance. No pets will be allowed at this…


Hurricane Sandy update
October 28, 2012  – Fire Department
The effects from Hurricane Sandy are expected to hit Rhode Island beginning tonight Sunday October 28th.  The storm will not pass quickly – the effects of the storm may be felt through mid-week – please plan accordingly. This storm is expected to bring dangerous winds, heavy rains and extremely high seas to our area.  Power…


Use Facebook, Twitter, and CodeRED to your advantage…
October 28, 2012  – Technology Department
Hurricane Sandy is a large storm with far reaching and damaging weather.  As emergency operations are carried out and evacuations commence please refer to the Town's Facebook and Twitter updates to stay on track with important information.And if you haven't setup CodeRED to receive important updates via phone (cell & home) please click the CodeRED…


Trash Collection Delayed
October 28, 2012  – Town of Middletown
  The Town is delaying trash collection this week due to Super Storm Sandy. Trash will be collected in accordance with the following schedule: -          Monday’s pickup will be rescheduled to Wednesday -          Tuesday’s pickup will be rescheduled to Thursday -          Wednesday’s pickup will be rescheduled to Thursday -          Thursday’s pickup will be rescheduled to Friday…


Stay informed during an emergency – sign up for CodeRed
October 28, 2012  – Town of Middletown
If you haven't done so yet - sign up for CodeRed! CodeRed is an emergency notification service by which town officials can notify residents and businesses by telephone, cell phone, text message or email about emergency situations or critical alerts.  Please take a moment to fill in the appropriate information at the link provided below:…


Special Town Council meetings rescheduled
October 28, 2012  – Town of Middletown
The special Town Council meetings scheduled Monday and Tuesday have been cancelled and rescheduled to Thursday, November 1st at 6:00 pm.  


Press release – RIEMA – Officials Urge All Rhode Islanders to Be Ready
October 28, 2012  – Town of Middletown
Follow link to the Rhode Island Emergency Management Agency's latest press release regarding Hurricane Sandy: http://www.ri.gov/press/view/17744 Get prepared - stay informed - be safe!


RIEMA Press Release – National Weather Service Issues Weather Advisories for State
October 28, 2012  – Town of Middletown
Select the following link for the latest press release posted by the Rhode Island Emergency regarding Hurricane Sandy http://www.ri.gov/press/view/17745 Get prepared - stay informed - be safe!    


Hurricane Sandy / Special Needs Emergency Registry Notification
October 25, 2012  – Fire Department
Middletown residents with special needs can visit the links page on the Middletown Fire Department's section of this website and enter their information into a statewide data base. The system is designed to identify individuals who require special assistance during emergencies.   While enrollment in the Registry does not guarantee assistance, it allows first responders to…


TEMPORARY SIGN REMOVAL FOR SEVERE WEATHER
October 25, 2012  – Town of Middletown
TEMPORARY SIGN REMOVAL FOR SEVERE WEATHER Please make arrangements to remove or secure temporary signs should the area be placed under a Tropical Storm or Hurricane Warning. All temporary signs (temporary signs, banners, flutter flags and any other type of removable sign) should be removed or otherwise prevented from becoming a potential projectile in the…


BE PREPARED! RIEMA Releases Press Release Regarding Hurricane Sandy
October 24, 2012  – Town of Middletown
@import url(/editor/Style/SyntaxHighlighter.css);@import url(/css/typography.css); @import url(/css/typography.css); RIEMA, National Weather Service Closely Monitor Hurricane Sandy  The National Weather Service (NWS) and the Rhode Island Emergency Management Agency (RIEMA) is closely monitoring the development of Hurricane Sandy. The exact track and impacts of this storm are not certain at this time. We do know that whatever track this…


Question 8 OPEN HOUSE – Middletown Fire Station and Public Works
October 23, 2012  – Fire Department
The Middletown Fire Department would like to invite all Middletown residents to an OPEN HOUSE on Saturday October 27th. Please feel free to drop by the Middletown fire station and Public Works facility located at 239 Wyatt Road anytime between 3:00 PM and 4:00 PM. The purpose of this Open House is to let residents…


ATM Machine is now available in the Town Hall lobby
October 21, 2012  – Finance Department
An ATM machine is now available in the Town Hall lobby.  A $2.50 fee is added to all ATM transactions.


Kite Surfing & Wind Surfing at Middletown Beaches – Safety Reminder
October 19, 2012  – Police Department
The Middletown Police Department would like to remind our Kite and Wind Surfing community to use caution and watch for swimmers while enjoying your sport at Second Beach. The weather and water temperatures are still warm enough for swimming so please stay a minimum of 100 feet from anyone in the water.  For your convenience…


Meet the Author — Mark Curtis, ABC6 News Chief Political Reporter
October 15, 2012  – Library
Mark Curtis is coming to Middletown Public Library on Saturday, October 20th at 2PM to kick off the Library's new season of Meet the Author. Mark is the Chief Political Reporter for ABC6 News at its Providence affiliate, WLNE. His book, Age of Obama: A Reporter's Journey with Clinton, McCain and Obama in the Making…


MIDDLETOWN FIRE STATION AND DPW RENOVATION PROJECT PRESENTATION
October 15, 2012  – Fire Department
On Thursday October 18th, at 6:00 PM there will be an informational presentation on the Middletown Fire Station and Public Works Renovation Project at the Atlantic Beach Club (55 Purgatory Avenue). This FREE event is open to all Middletown residents and voters interested in learning more about the project and it’s funding.(November 6th ballot local…


Poetry Writing Workshop with Ocean State Poets
October 09, 2012  – Library
Ocean State Poets and Middletown Public Library are working together to provide a poetry writing and reading workshop the 2nd Saturday of each month. The next workshop is Saturday, October 13th from 3-4:30PM. All poets and lovers of poetry are welcome.


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