Our Summer Youth Concerts continue August 4th from 2 to 4 PM! We hope to see you there!

Saturday Youth Concerts

Be sure to come out for Tangled on the Big Screen! Taking place on July 28th at 8:30 PM

Summer Movies 2018

 

Don't forget, the Run 4 Downtown is taking place Saturday, August 18th! You still have time to sign up today! Visit Run4Downtown.Org for more information! 

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We hope to see you for Saturday Concerts at the Run 4 Downtown Park! Taking place on select SSaturday Youth Concertsaturdays! 

We hope you join us for the First Annual Christmas Ornament Crawl!

To get your tickets

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Check out the map of all the participating businesses! 

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Our downtown is going to have music, food, ornaments, and information about the different projects that are coming to our downtown.

Its not to late to sign up and participate! 

Be sure to come out for Mary Poppins on the Big Screen! Taking place on July 14th at 8:30 PM

 

Summer Movies 2018

Click here to check out the whole article in Hackensack Daily Voice 

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Finding the perfect retail location isn’t always simple. Location and rent are major factors to consider when finding the perfect space for a business. But the City of Middletown, New York is making the process a little bit easier.

The City of Middletown and Mayor Joseph M. DeStefano recently announced the Race 4 Space Competition at the Rail Trail Commons: a business attraction competition designed to fill four newly created retail spaces in the former Woolworth’s Department Store on North Street. Applicants will compete for one of these spaces along with a matching grant of up to $20,000 per space for fit out/build out. Winners will also receive a 50 percent discount on the rent for the first 24 months. Through this competition the city hopes to attract new and exciting businesses that are unique to the downtown, active and pedestrian-oriented.

In 2016, The City of Middletown became a first round winner of the Downtown Revitalization Initiative through the State of New York, a $10 million grant competition created by Governor Cuomo to help revitalize downtowns throughout the state. The city will be using the $10 million to fund six major projects, and the redevelopment of the Woolworth’s building into the Rail Trail Commons is the second project to commence. Façade Improvements, Streetscape Improvements and the redesign of several parking lots were some of the other funded projects.

The Rail Trail Commons will also act as a spur of the incoming Heritage Trail, leading users of the trail through the center of the building and right into the heart of the downtown. “Our goal is to bring people into the city and encourage them to explore what our downtown has to offer,” said Mayor DeStefano. “The businesses in the Rail Trail Commons will greatly benefit from the foot-traffic created by the Heritage Trail.”

Applications for the Race 4 Space are currently available for pick up at the Office of Economic and Community Development in City Hall, 16 James Street, 3rd floor, Middletown, New York. The due date for applications is August 6. Applications and guidelines can also be downloaded at the following websites: middletown-ny.com/en/departments/economic-development or middletownbid.org.

Have you filled out an application for the Race 4 Space yet? 

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Visit our Document Center to download the forms today! 

Don't forget, our BID Farmer's Market takes place Rain or Shine every Saturday until October 27th from 8 AM to 1 PM! 

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Hot dogs are a time-honored summer snack for those who’ve been lounging at the beach or walking around in the heat all day. You may enjoy yours fresh off the barbecue, etched perfectly with charcoal grill marks, during the July 4th holiday. But plenty of eateries deliver hot dogs that take it up a notch, whether lavished with cream cheese or topped with sweet relish. (But please, no ketchup — at least if you’re from Chicago.)

MONEY teamed up with Yelp to find the hottest places for a go-to dog. All the businesses on this list are in the “hot dogs” category on Yelp. “Best” is measured using an algorithm that looks at the number of reviews and star rating for a business; we included only one business per state, in order to ensure geographic diversity.

#7 on the list is our very own Holy Dog!

7. Holydog

Holydog is a no-frills hot dog joint with a more traditional approach. Try the $3.50 NY “Brooklyn” Dog with mustard, onion sauce and kraut, or the Southwestern Dog with refried beans and chorizo. You can get a make-your-own hot dog with unlimited simple toppings for just $3, but you’ll have to add a dollar for special add-ons like bacon, chili or melted cheese.

 

To see the full list click here