Updated as of Dec. 2, 2022
Looking for the latest on the COVID-19 virus? Check the Rhode Island Department of Health and the Governor's Office for regular updates and briefings. To schedule an appointment for a vaccine, visit Vaccinate Rhode Island online. For COVID-19 testing information, go to COVID-19 Testing Centers online.
The Town of Middletown is actively monitoring the situation and will provide news via MiddletownRI.com as well as through social media and other informational outlets as necessary. The state has set up a 24/7 public hotline at 401-222-8022 staffed with health care professionals for those with questions about the coronavirus or how to self-quarantine.
Testing is a critical component in the fight against COVID-19. For appointments, visit Test online.
Science and statistics show that getting a booster only increases your chances in the fight against COVID-19. Clinics are held daily across the Ocean State. To reserve a spot, visit Booster online.
Need help with paying your rent? Visit RentReliefRI online for potential assistance.
Middletown Town Hall is open for business non-holiday weekdays from 8 am to 4 pm. All town services also available by email, phone and online programs. Residents and businesses are encouraged to use online services, online forms, drop-off boxes and mail to complete town business.
Anyone needing assistance or information is encouraged to contact the Town of Middletown by sending an email to Middletown Helps and your request will be forwarded to the appropriate department.
Here is a list of departments and contact information if you need assistance in completing your business with the town:
- Building and Zoning
- Building permits and inspections
- Short term rental inspections
- Zoning enforcement
- Finance & Human Resources Departments
- Middletown Prevention Coalition
- Tax Assessment and Collections
- Motor vehicle tax inquiries
- Property valuation
- Sewer collections
- Tangible tax
- Tax exemption forms
- Tax payments
- Town Administrator
- Town Clerk,
Wendy J.W. Marshall
- Canvassing and election
- Land evidence records
- Municipal and probate court
- Short term rental applications
- Town Council matters
- Vital records (birth, marriage, death)
Anyone may drop off envelopes for any town department at the drop box located outside the town hall near the ADA entrance at the rear of the building; this box will be checked daily.