Parks & Recreation
Middletown Township recently received funding from the EPA to provide free Environmental Education programming to the community. The Education in Action to Save Idlewood project revolves around reviving the habitat in the preserved Idlewood property behind Neshaminy High School. All programs are open to the public free of charge. Register online or by calling the Parks and Recreation Department at 215-750-3890.
Being well, having fun and strengthening our communities are some of the ways that our local parks and recreation enhance the lives of all Pennsylvanians. It's good for you. It's good for all. We welcome you to click the Find Local Parks button and start finding some good of your own here in Middletown Township.
Walk with Ease
Click here for the current Walk Schedule
Turn in your unused, unneeded or expired medications for safe disposal. Free and anonymous.
Middletown Township has a secure medication disposal box in the lobby of the
Municipal Center at all times. The box is accessible when the building is open.