MIDDLETOWN, NJ – This is a message from Mayor Anthony P. Fiore. The boil water advisory has been by lifted for ALL sections of Middletown Township.

The outdoor water restriction issued by Monmouth County remains in effect until further notice. Continued water conservation is imperative to ensure that residents have adequate water pressure and no interruption of service.  

 The following measures are strongly encouraged now that the boil water advisory is rescinded:

  • Run your water faucets for 3-5 minutes to flush your service connection and interior plumbing with water from the service main.
  • Empty and clean your automatic ice makers and water chillers.
  • Drain and refill your hot water heater if the temperature is set below 113 degrees Fahrenheit.

Service connections with a water softener/cartridge filters should be run through a regeneration cycle or other procedures recommended by the manufacturer.


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