To Middletown Citizens,
City-Wide Parks Improvement Bond Referendum will be on the Nov. 3 ballot in Middletown, authorizing the city to spend up to $33.5 million on badly needed improvements to City Parks and athletic fields. Please support this long-term investment in our parks and healthy outdoor recreational opportunities!
Why should you vote yes?
- Middletown’s parks and playing fields have needed attention and facility upgrades for many years.
- The improvements will take place over 8-10 years and increase the quality of life for many residents.
- All our kids, walkers, bikers, families, sports, recreation, transportation, safety, & accessibility will benefit. There’s something for everyone!
- Improvements to existing grass playing fields and new grass playing fields to add capacity and amenities
- Improvements to our parks including landscaping, lighting, amenities and building upgrades
- Veteran’s Park improvements including new pool and building
- Basketball, volleyball and tennis courts
- New exercise and walking trails
- New floating dock for crew and other river-related activities
- Bike paths and bike-friendly amenities
- Splash pad/spray park and playground construction
- Increased safety and accessibility
- Dog park
John Hall and The Jonah Center for Earth and Art,
the Complete Streets Committee,
Ecoin (Environmental Collective Impact Network),
Middletown Garden Club,
Central CT Rowing (CCR),
Middletown’s Resource Recycling Commission,
and Project Green Lawn
……ask Middletown voters to choose “YES” on the ballot.