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911 should only be used for extreme emergencies, such as a medical emergency, crime in progress, serious motor vehicle accident, etc. For all routine non-emergency calls, please call 860-347-6941.
For non-emergencies, please call 860-347-6941.
The Middletown Police Department is open 24-hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year. We never close.
The Police Department Headquarters is located at:
222 Main StreetMiddletown, CT 06457
You can park in any stall on Main Street (metered) or in the City parking lot behind the police department. In the City lot, there is a $1 per hour charge.
Police reports are generally available 5 to 7 days following the incident. Police reports, when completed, may be obtained at the Records Bureau between 8 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
Police reports are generally available 5 to 7 days following the incident. Police reports, when completed, may be obtained at the Records Bureau between 8 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. There is a fee.
Pistol permit applications are available at the Middletown Police Department Record's Bureau.
The application outlines the appropriate steps an applicant will need to follow in order to obtain a pistol permit.
After completing the application, you can schedule an appointment using our online appointment system. Click here to access the appointment system.
For questions regarding your pistol permit, please contact Officer Jason Bodell at 860-638-4095.
Fingerprinting is done for City of Middletown residents only. There is no charge for this service and no appointment is necessary. Please bring proof of residency (any mail or bill with name and address) and a valid photo identification. In most cases, you will need to provide the fingerprint cards.
Please call 860-638-4094 and leave a message. Your call will be returned by one of our Car Seat Education Officers.
Yes! The water that you receive from the Middletown Water Department is very safe to drink. We constantly monitor and test your drinking water. For additional information see our Water Quality Reports.
Residential users are billed two times a year; once in May and then in November. Larger water consumers and commercial customers are billed monthly.
Bills should be paid within 30 days from the first of the month in which you are billed. Bills become delinquent 30 days past the due date and interest will be charged at the rate of 1.5% per month or fraction thereof. If you choose to pay online, be sure to set up your auto pay before the May 1st and Nov 1st billing dates to avoid late payment fees.
There may be several reasons that your usage could be unusually high. One of the most common issues is a leaking toilet or other leaky plumbing fixtures. Please review Ways to Reduce Your Bill for more information. If you still have questions, please call out Billing Division at 860-638-3501.
Please contact the Manager of Regulatory and Technical Affairs for all Water Quality complaints by calling 860-638-3545.
There are two types of sewage backup:
If you are unsure, please call us.
Middletown currently has two active sources: the Mount Higby Reservoir and the River Road Well field. For additional information please review the Department's annual water quality reports.
The standard residential fee for a sanitary sewer service is $3,500. Other Fees may apply for commercial and industrial connections. More information is available on our Connection Fee page or or by contacting the Engineering Division.
The standard residential fee for a new water service is $3,250. Other Fees may apply for commercial and industrial connections. More information is available on our Connection Fee page or or by contacting the Engineering Division.