Planning, Conservation & Development

As of July 1, 2021, the Department of Planning, Conservation and Development is reorganized into two separate departments: the Department of Economic and Community Development and the Department of Land Use.

The Department of Economic and Community Development will contain the City's Economic and Community Development Divisions as well as the City's Parking Division.


The Land Use Department will be the regulatory Land-Use Department overseeing Planning and Zoning, Inland Wetlands and Watercourses, Zoning Board of  Appeals as well as the conservation of open spaces.


New department pages will be created shortly!  Please continue to use this page for all of your Planning, Conservation and Development needs!

Access to meeting agendas, minutes and materials, please click the link below.

ELECTRONIC MEETINGS

CITY OF MIDDLETOWN,
COVID-19 SMALL BUSINESS GRANT

Click the link below to learn more about the program!

COVID-19 CDBG SMALL BUSINESS GRANT INFORMATION



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.

City of Middletown COVID-19 Business Resource Guide

U.S. SBA Coronavirus Samll Business Guidance & Loan Resources

State Department of Economic and Community Development Business Resources

Middlesex County Chamber of Commerce Coronavirus Tool-kit

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.