Update From Middletown Township
Power outage, shelter and postal service information posted Friday, Nov. 2.
JCP&L has decided to provide restoration estimates directly to the general public instead of through municipal contacts. Continue to monitor their website for restoration estimates going forward.
We expect to have the Tonya Keller Center available tomorrow as a warming station and for recharging of phones and computers. Call 732-615-2000.
Once the library is up and running which we expect to be soon we will make that available as a charging station and for computer access.
Traffic signals are now operational on Route 35. We expect additional gas stations to be open over the weekend.
For those who need shelter Croydon Hall is available. From 10 am to 5pm Heater meals and boxes lunches are available.
We anticipate opening town hall for full business on Monday, Nov 5.
Please click Here to hear the Mayor's Audio Update for 11-2-2012
Middletown Post Office Update
9,700 of 10,600 deliveries have been made since Hurricane Sandy. The only
deliveries whcih have not made were addressed to businesses which are not open
along Route 35 and 36
Middletown Main Post Office located at 1601 route 35 is Open for limited business. From 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.. Cash only
New Monmouth Post Office located at 35 Cherry Tree Farm Road is open and has
power. Debit Cards are not being accepted yet, but they are working on
getting up and running.
All inbound mail is being delivered daily. This includes medications by mail.
Inbound and outbound Express Mail is being processed and delivered as usual.
All Social Security and Disability checks were delivered yesterday, and today.
Customers who have been displaced can file change of address online at usps.com. A limited number of forms are available at either post office.
Mail holds can placed at the Main Post Office on Route 35.
Care packages are getting delivered daily with the regular mail.
We appreciate the communities support during our efforts to keep the mail moving.
U.S. Postal Inspector