This department maintains parking meters, enforces Middletown's downtown parking regulations and collects revenues…More from 1,000 municipal spaces (half of which are metered).
Along with the city's Parking Advisory Committee, it also recommends changes in fares, fines and improvements to parking facilities, policies and practices and fares. It also hears appeals in parking disputes. Offices are in the basement of city hall.
City of Middletown Office of the Common Council 245 Dekoven Dr, Middletown, CT06457 The Common Council is the legislative branch of Middletown city government. It's composed of 12 elected individuals…More who represent the city as a whole. The council adopts ordinances and resolutions and determines the annual municipal budget. It also levies taxes and authorizes the issuance of bonds. The public is invited to attend and speak at all council committee meetings, including regular meetings, which are held on the first Monday of the month at 7pm in the Council Chamber of city hall. Agendas and minutes of council meetings may be obtained via the council's website, the council clerk's office or the town clerk's office.
City of Middletown Office of the Registrar of Voters 245 Dekoven Dr, Middletown, CT06457 This office works closely with the Secretary of the State's office to ensure elections and referendums are conducted…More according to state laws. Registrars are responsible for voter education, updating lists of registered voters, maintaining voting machines, training election officials and making sure operations at the polls run smoothly. They also appoint a head moderator to declare the results of an election for the municipality. There is one registrar for the Republican Party and one for the Democratic Party; both are elected to two-year terms. The agency's offices are in the basement of city hall.