Bank of America 895 Washington St, Middletown, CT06457 Whether you need a savings account, checking account, car loan or mortgage, Bank of America is the place to go.…More Conveniently located on Main Street, this Bank of America has ample off-street parking and easy handicapped access. The on-site Merrill Lynch adviser is knowledgeable and friendly. This branch also offers a talking ATM for the visually impaired.
Bank of America 895 Washington St, Middletown, CT06457 Whether it is a savings account, checking account, car loan or mortgage, Bank of America is the place to go.…More Conveniently located on Washington Street, Bank of America has ample off street parking and easy handicapped access. Need investment advice? Bank of America's Merrill Lynch advisor is knowledgeable and friendly. Friendly and hometown is the feeling at Bank of America, where your money can be trusted. Bank of America also offers a talking ATM for the visually impaired. Bank of America is accessible online 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.
Middletown Area Transit 340 Main St, Middletown, CT06457 Middletown Area Transit, or MAT, is a public bus system serving nearly all of Middletown. It also links with bus lines…More 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.
City of Middletown Consumer Protection/ADA Coordinator 245 Dekoven Dr, Middletown, CT06457 This office serves as a public watchdog against commercial fraud and as an advocate for people with disabilities. It…More inspects commercial weights and measures (like the scales used by businesses or the nozzles on gasoline pumps) to ensure accuracy. It fields complaints about fraudulent, damaged or inferior products or practices. Under the federal Americans with Disabilities Act, it also addresses complaints about handicapped-accessible parking, curb cuts, housing and transportation. Claims are investigated and resolved through mediation or negotiation. The office may work with the Office of the State Attorney General, the state's Office of Consumer Protection or the state Office of Protection and Advocacy for People with Disabilities. The office is on the first floor of city hall.
Smith Memorial Park 300 Country Club Rd, Middletown, CT06457 This 80-acre park has two areas. The upper area lies directly behind Moody School, 300 Country Club Road and has a…More lighted softball field, soccer field and a Little League field. The lower area can be accessed via walking trails from the upper portion of the park or by a separate entrance off Country Club Road just west of the school. This area has a picnic pavilion, a Little League baseball field, a Youth League soccer field, a large playground and handicapped-accessible walking paths.