Thanksgiving Holiday Office & Trash Schedule

Township offices will be closed on Thursday, November 26th and Friday, November 27th for the Thanksgiving holiday.  In the event of an emergency, please dial 911.

There will be no trash collection on Thursday, November 26, 2020, in observance of Thanksgiving.  For residents whose trash is regularly collected on Thursdays, trash will be collected on your next scheduled collection day, Monday, November 30th.  Double trash, up to 20 containers, may be put out for collection on Monday, November 30th. Collection on any other day will not be interrupted. 

Beginning Monday, November 30, the Middletown Township Municipal Center will be open by appointment only.  Please use the following numbers and links to schedule an appointment.

Police Department (non-emergency) - 215-750-3845
Building & Zoning - 215-750-3844
Fire & Emergency Management - 215-750-3812
Public Works - 215-943-2900
Parks & Recreation - 215-750-3841
Finance - 215-750-3833
Administration/General Inquiries - 215-750-3836
 

August

Two Long-Time Employees Retire

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Middletown Township says “see you soon” to two employees with a combined 70 years of service to the community.  Nancy Blank and Ruth Sproehnle, both residents of Levittown, have seen the evolution of Middletown Township firsthand.
Nancy Blank, the longest-tenured employee in the Township, celebrated her 51st year of service to Middletown this spring.  She has worked as a secretary in the police department since April 1969.  When Nancy was hired at 16, she earned $1 per hour.  Shortly after starting, her position was removed from the budget, but would ultimately be reinstated six weeks later after protesting the decision.  She has been with the Police Department ever since.
Ruth Sproehnle was the administrative assistant in the Department of Building & Zoning.  Beginning part-time in 1999, Ruth began working at the former Township Building on Trenton Road (which has since been repurposed as the Ray Mongillo Community Center).  She moved to the current Township Building shortly after becoming a full-time employee in 2002.  Ruth’s husband, Jeff, a former police officer, retired from Middletown Township in 2011.
Both Nancy and Ruth took advantage of the Township’s early retirement incentive program, enacted this spring as a way to reduce costs.  They celebrated their last day of work on Friday, August 14.
We are very sad to see them go and appreciate their many years of service to the residents of Middletown Township.