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City of Middletown Office of the Mayor
245 Dekoven Dr, Middletown, CT 06457
More than the "face" of Middletown, the mayor is the city's full-time, chief executive officer.  He or she isMore responsible for developing and submitting a proposed annual budget to the Common Council. The mayor is also responsible for the supervision and administration of all city departments, agencies and offices and for ensuring that city ordinances are followed.
City of Middletown Public Works Department
245 Dekoven Dr, Middletown, CT 06457
Public Works is responsible for planning, engineering, building, snowplowing and maintaining roughly 200 miles of cityMore roads in Middletown. It does much the same for 90 miles of sidewalks. The department also plants and preserves trees along city streets and issues construction and building permits for homes and businesses in Middletown. The Middletown Recycling Center (formerly known as the landfill) at Johnson and North Main streets is also under its purview; so is garbage collection and recycling for roughly 2,200 homes and businesses in downtown. The department also maintains all city-owned vehicles (except fire apparatuses).
Middletown Area Transit
340 Main St, Middletown, CT 06457
Middletown Area Transit, or MAT, is a public bus system serving nearly all of Middletown. It also links with bus linesMore to Meriden, New Britain, Durham, Portland and East Hampton. Tickets are sold as a single trip, by the day, or by blocks of 10, 20 or 31 days. Children up to age 6 ride free; people who are handicapped or 65 years and older ride for half-price. Routes, schedules and other helpful information can be obtained from MAT's website or by calling the customer service office. The Middletown Transit District, which oversees MAT, is funded in part by the Federal Transit Administration, the state Department of Transportation and the City of Middletown.