Welcome to the City of Middletown!
One of the early Kentucky settlements, the land on which present day Middletown sets, was originally owned by Revolutionary War veteran Jacob Myers. It was chartered as a city by the Jefferson County Court in May of 1797, after a request by Phillip Buckner and William Chambers. Buckner owned a large tract lying “on the sinking fork of Beargrass (Creek) where the main road from the seat of government to Louisville crosses the same and included lands Buckner obtained from Myers and Cuthbert Harrison.
News and Updates
Summer Concert Series 2021
VFW Fish Fry Post 1170 Fish Fry
Middletown Newsletter January February March 2021/April May June 2021
Veteran’s Day Parade 11/7/20 at 11:00 a.m.
Halloween 2020 Guidance & Safety Tips
KLC Presents Friend of Cities Award
On Wednesday, September 30th, the City of Middletown was honored to host an awards presentation from the Kentucky League of Cities (KLC) to Sen. Julie Raque Adams for her continuing support of city issues in the Kentucky General Assembly. Many of these issues are greatly beneficial to the City of Middletown and our residents.
Pictured are (left to right): Chief Rob Herman, Major Joe Webb, Commissioner Mark Stigers, Commissioner Ron Wolf, Sen. Julie Raque Adams, J.D. Chaney, Executive Director & CEO of KLC, Sgt. Eric Kemper, Det. Scott Beck and Bryanna Carroll, Director of Governmental Affairs for KLC.
VFW Upcoming Events
Yard Waste Collection
Published June 28, 2019
Attention City of Middletown Residents
Read more about Yard Waste Collection
Middletown Chamber Outdoor/Pop Up Vintage Market & Craft Fair
Published June 24, 2019
First Annual Outdoor/Pop Up Vintage Market & Craft Fair 7/27/19
Read more about Middletown Chamber Outdoor/Pop Up Vintage Market & Craft Fair
Representative Jerry Miller Receives Award
Published June 18, 2019
Gratulations to Representative Jerry Miller who was recognized at the City of Middletown Commission Meeting on 6/13/19. KLC Deputy Executive Director J. D. Chaney presented the 2019 “Friend of KY Cities” Award. He sponsored House Bill 69 that gives cities more investment options and included conflict of interest language for KY Retirement Systems staff and Board of Trustees members in House Bill 489.