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Facilities & Services

Middletown Township Municipal Center

The Municipal Center is now open with limited public hours, Monday - Friday, 10 AM - 2 PM.  Township staff will be available during regular business hours, 8:30 AM - 4:30 PM to conduct business by phone and email. Emergency personnel are actively working out of the building.  Visitors will be required to wear a mask.  When entering the building, please use the available hand sanitizer and visit the receptionist to the right of the main entrance.  Social distancing expectations, including maintaining a six-foot distance between other people, will be enforced.  These hours and procedures will remain in place until further notice.

Board of Supervisors Meetings

The Middletown Township Board of Supervisors is holding virtual meetings for the safety of the community.  Residents can view the meeting on television (Comcast channel 22, Verizon channel 30), on the Township's YouTube channel, or on this website.  Residents are invited to make a public comment before and during the meeting.  A full list of procedures for public comment can be found here.

Commenting BEFORE a meeting:
• Text your comment to (215) 995-1249.  
Email your comment to

Commenting DURING a meeting:
For Zoom participants:
• Zoom Meeting Link:
• To make a comment, the Board Chairperson will ask anyone interested in making a comment to use the Raise Your Hand feature.
• Viewers with raised hands will be brought into the meeting, one at a time, to make a comment with their video on. Residents may activate their video and unmute themselves at this time.

For dial-in participants:
• Call 1 (301) 715- 8592
     • Enter Meeting ID: 867 9190 5582#
     • To make a comment, press *9 to raise your hand
     • When you are called on, press *6 to unmute yourself
     • Viewers with raised hands will be brought into the meeting, one at a time, to make a comment with their video on. Residents may activate their video and unmute themselves at this time.

Summer Camp

In the interest of safety for both campers and counselors, the Parks & Recreation Department is running a limited-capacity summer camp.  This camp, while smaller, will benefit the community as parents return to work and for children to experience some normality in their summer routine.  A five-week camp will run from July 13 to August 14, available to campers who registered by March 15, 2020.  The Parks & Recreation and Finance Departments are working to process refunds and rollovers by the end of June.  To register for our summer recreation offerings, please visit the Program Recreation page. If you have any questions, please contact Parks & Recreation Department Director Paul Kopera.

Township Parks

Middletown Township park facilities are open.  All amenities are open during the green phase at all Township parks.  Local sports organizations are permitted to practice with Township approval, but games are not allowed.  Residents looking to use parks are advised to practice social distancing and avoid contact with others.

Core Creek Park

Core Creek Park is maintained by Bucks County. Core Creek Park is open with limited amenities and enforced social distancing measures.

Trash Collection

All residential waste collection is following the regular collection schedule.  This is subject to change as the COVID-19 emergency continues to evolve. If you experience an issue with your trash and recycling collection, please call the Waste Management customer service line at 1-800-255-8479.

Discount Ticket Sales

Discount ticket sales are suspended until further notice due to the closure of several venues.

Contacting our Staff

To reach a staff member by email, please visit one of the following department webpages:
Township Manager's Office
Building & Zoning
Fire & Emergency Management
Parks & Recreation
Police Department
Public Works

COVID-19 Data

Middletown Township Cases

A map of Bucks County municipalities impacted by COVID-19 and additional data can be viewed at the Bucks County Coronavirus website. State-wide data can be viewed at the Pennsylvania Department of Health's website or on this interactive dashboard. The Commonwealth of Pennsylvania has made the number of cases by ZIP code available in this interactive map.

Who is included in the count?

The case count in Middletown Township reflects the number of residents who have received a positive test result for COVID-19 that has been reported to Bucks County. Individuals who have not received a positive test result are not included in this number. Individuals who are residents of other municipalities who receive a COVID-19 test or healthcare in Middletown Township are not included in the Township's case count. Residents of a skilled nursing facility are included in the Township's case count. The organization of data is subject to change by the Pennsylvania Department of Health.