Planning, Conservation & Development

City Hall will be closed to the public starting on Monday, March 16, and will remain closed until April 12, 2020 (subject to change based on what happens with the spread/containment of COVID-19 in CT).

Due to the epidemic and the closure of City Hall, all land-use meetings will be conducted electronically.  Click the link below to get more information about upcoming meetings.

ELECTRONIC MEETINGS

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.

PLAN OF CONSERVATION AND DEVELOPMENT 2020 UPDATE

The City of Middletown is about to embark on the development of the City wide Plan of Conservation and Development for the period of 2020 to 2030.  Please follow the progress by visiting the page below!

2020-2030 POCD Planning Webpage