Planning, Conservation & Development
City Hall is open to the public and staff is on-site to assist you. However, to restrict the potential of spread of COVID-19, we ask the following:
1) Call the office at 860-638-4840 for assistance. We can handle most requests over the phone and by email!
2) If you need additional assistance, please call the office/staff person and schedule an appointment. Our office has limited space and capacity for constituents, so please call before coming to City Hall!
3) Walk-in's to City Hall must check in at the Lobby. From there, if the office isn't helping another constituent, the department will be notified of your arrival and you will be able to come to the department for assistance. If the department is assisting a constituent upon your arrival, you can schedule an appointment with the Lobby Clerk or call the office and schedule an appointment for a future time period.
Due to the epidemic all land-use meetings will be conducted electronically. Click the link below to get more information about upcoming meetings.
CITY OF MIDDLETOWN,
COVID-19 SMALL BUSINESS GRANT
AND LOAN PROGRAMS
Click the links below to learn more about each program!
TEMPORARY OUTDOOR DINING/RETAIL ACTIVITIES
Pursuant to the May 12, 2020 Executive Order 7MM, the City of Middletown has created a guide for applying for a "Temporary Outdoor Dining/Retail Permit"
COVID-19 BUSINESS RESOURCES
The City of Middletown is committed to assisting the small business community in Middletown. The Department of Planning, Conservation and Development for the City along with the Middlesex County Chamber of Commerce, the State Department of Economic and Community Development, and the U.S.Small Business Administration will be working together to inform the small business community of the resources that are available to them during this Public Health Emergency.
Below are a few links where local businesses can find information on resources currently available.
The City of Middletown Planning, Conservation and Development Department coordinates planning and zoning, development and conservation efforts, and the capital planning activities of the city. All of these activities are driven by the City’s Plan of Conservation and Development.
The department is comprised of three divisions (Planning and Zoning, Conservation and Development) that work collectively to fulfill the City’s Plan of Conservation and Development.
PLAN OF CONSERVATION AND DEVELOPMENT 2020 UPDATE
The City of Middletown is about to embark on the development of the City wide Plan of Conservation and Development for the period of 2020 to 2030. Please follow the progress by visiting the page below!
Read and download application information such as permits for the City of Middletown.
Get quick access to Planning, Conservation and Development Department-related boards and commissions.
Browse information specific to divisions within the Department of Planning, Conservation, and Development.
Review answers to frequently asked questions.
Middletown is the place to do business in Connecticut. From our lively, historic Main Street to the Interstate-91 Interstate Trade Zone, Middletown offers business and your associates a great place to work and live.
Browse through a list of issues concerning residences.
Visit the Middletown Tax Assessor GIS Application website.
Learn about the different initiatives and projects in the City of Middletown.
Browse through news from the Department of Planning, Conservation and Development.
Review permits, applications, fees and materials required.
Access a number of planning, conservation and development calculators.
Here you can find the City of Middletown Planning, Conservation and Development regulations.
Access records, maps and additional resources for Middletown.