Trash & Recycling Service Alert - July 15, 2024

Waste Management will be collecting Trash and Recycling approximately one (1) hour earlier than normal the week of July 15th Tuesday-Wednesday due to the forecasted heat. Please be sure to place all bins at the curb the evening prior. Collections may occur as early as 5 AM. We appreciate your understanding as steps are being taken to protect the well-being of our sanitation workers.

For more information about our trash and recycling collection, please visit our Trash & Recycling webpage.  To report a collection issue, please call Waste Management’s customer service line for Middletown residents at 1 (800) 255-8479.

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Volunteer Fire Companies & Emergency Medical Services

Middletown Township is served by four volunteer fire companies. These dedicated volunteers keep the community safe from fires and other emergencies. Each fire company seeks individuals who want to give back to the community, whether by serving as a firefighter or aiding in administrative tasks.  Apply to join one of our local volunteer fire companies today!

For more information on each fire company, please visit their websites linked below.

Langhorne-Middletown Fire Company
Parkland Fire Company
Penndel Fire Company
William Penn Fire Company

The Penndel-Middletown Emergency Squad is the emergency healthcare provider for Middletown Township and neighboring communities. They have volunteers as well as full-time professionals who provide emergency medical services on a 24-hour basis. Their crews are equipped to provide treatment for cardiac events, trauma and injuries, and other serious and minor medical emergencies while provide transport to medical facilities.