Middletown Downtown Business District 330 Main St, Middletown, CT06457 The Middletown Downtown Business District is a shopping strip with a wide variety of dining, retail and service…More establishments. Facilities include banks, restaurants, fitness facilities, nightlife, beauty services, entertainment and more.
Town Place Apartments 100 Town Rdg, Middletown, CT06457 Town Place Apartments is a private community of residential properties or apartments, located on the edge of Middletown…More and Cromwell. The property is very well kept, and has many apartments available. On the property is a game room and a pool. The main office is located near the entrance to the left. Downtown Middletown is also very near, about 5 minutes away by car, with a variety of stores and restaurants in close proximity.
Inn at Middletown 70 Main St, Middletown, CT06457 Inn at Middletown is located in the historic downtown business district just steps away from Wesleyan University and a…More short drive from Bradley Airport. Often referred to as Middletown's "Best Kept Secret," the Inn at Middletown is a spirited destination in a New England environment. Once a private residence at the turn of the 19th Century and later a National Guard Armory, the Inn is now host to visitors from around the world. Guests enjoy the warmth that not only comes from its storied history but also from an attentive staff. With 4,500 square feet of flexible space, the Inn can accommodate up to 140 guests and offers a wide variety of amenities, including a full service restaurant and bar, corporate meeting rooms, wedding ceremony and reception areas, social events, business center, fitness center and more.
City of Middletown Public Works Department 245 Dekoven Dr, Middletown, CT06457 Public Works is responsible for planning, engineering, building, snowplowing and maintaining roughly 200 miles of city…More 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).
Wharfside Commons 60 Ferry St, Middletown, CT06457 Wharfside Commons is an apartment complex located on Ferry Street in Middletown. Apartments with 1, 2, and 3 bedrooms…More are available and amenities include a resident clubhouse, business center, laundry center, 24 hour emergency maintenance service, toddler playground and state-of-the-art fitness center. Wharfside Commons is located one block from downtown Middletown and is close to all major public transportation stops.
Fernwood Apartments 44 Camp St, Middletown, CT06457 Fernwood is about a three-minute drive from downtown Middletown. The apartments are suitable for small families or…More singles. This complex is is nestled in a nice quiet area, but just down the street are several shopping plazas. To view the property, contact the number given.
City of Middletown Fire Department 533 Main St, Middletown, CT06457 The Middletown Fire Department is a professional department serving downtown. It has 63 sworn firefighters and four…More civilian employees. The headquarters is at 533 Main Street; a second station is at 169 Cross Street. The district has three pumper trucks, one ladder truck, a rescue truck, one truck for handling hazardous materials and two marine rescue boats. The department is also the designated first responder to all medical emergencies in the district. It also has a fire marshal.
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.