Real Estate Tax Bills: Reminder that real estate tax bills are due June 1, 2020. The Board of Selectmen adopted a 30 day grace period. No penalties, interest, or late charges will be assessed if the bill is paid in full by June 30, 2020.
Municipal Offices ReopeningMemorial Hall will reopen to the public under a limited schedule beginning Monday, June 1, 2020. Memorial Hall will be open from 9AM-1PM, Monday-Thursday. The number of visitors will be limited in order to protect staff and the public. Face coverings are required unless there is a medical reason and no one who has COVID symptoms or who has been exposed shall enter the building.We encourage residents to continue to transact business via the website at www.middletonma.gov.
Please use the Postal Service or drop box at Memorial Hall to remit payments, census forms, and other documents.
The Inspectional Services Department Office will be reopening to the public by Appointment Only starting Monday, June 1, 2020. In addition to reopening by appointment only, the following safety measures have been put in place:
Please call 978-777-2850 If you need to schedule an inspection.
All permits should still be applied for using our online system at Town of Middleton Permit Portal
Picking up of permits and dropping off of documents will continue to happen using the drop box outside the office.
The above process is subject to change based on the latest information available.
Read the Actions Taken at the Board of Selectmen Meeting on 6/30/20. Read on...
Initial Back to School Guidelines** for the Fall Announced To reopen schools in the fall, school officials must develop the following three models of learning: Additional Info...
The Town Clerk's Office has been very busy preparing for Saturday's Town Election (6/20/2020 from 10:00 AM to 4:00 PM) at Fuller Meadow School. Additionally, they have been preparing for the upcoming Annual Town Meeting on Wednesday June 24th at the Additional Info...
As certain things reopen, keep in mind, that many sectors need to follow the MA state guidelines and associated safety protocols/checklist in order to operate. For instance, for Phase 2, youth and adult outdoor sports/leagues that have been allowed to Additional Info...
As Massachusetts re-opens the economy, many restaurants will be seeking to temporarily add or expand existing outdoor seating. In an effort to make this process easier for Middleton’s restaurants, the town has developed the following guidance which Additional Info...
The Middleton Health Department is happy to report that we have had no new confirmed COVID-19 cases since last week! The chart to the left has the same numbers from the report last week of 5/29/2020. Additional Info...
We also want to bring HOPE during the pandemic and with permission, we bring a story of hope within Middleton. As you can see from the numbers, we currently have 50 residents who have recovered from COVID-19. 1 of the 50 residents is named Joe! Additional Info...
Be especially careful around high-risk individuals, such as the elderly and individuals with underlying health conditions. Properly notify EMS/Fire and Police if you seek assistance from them and you or a household contact are symptomatic and/or are Additional Info...
Volunteers Wanted The Town of Middleton depends on volunteers to fill a number of positions in serving this community. Each year the Board of Selectmen asks for volunteers to come forward to be considered for appointment to a variety of Read on...