Annual Town Meeting - Third Tuesday in April

Residents of the Town of Middleton have the opportunity to participate directly in the major decisions that affect how the Town runs itself and how it spends its money.

The Annual Town meeting is held the third Tuesday in April and is a time when residents can express their views and ask questions directly of Town officials.  It is also a chance for the Town Board to share Town achievements during the preceding year, its plans for the future, and recognize the annual "Friend of the Town".  

The Annual Meeting has two primary responsibilities:
  • establishing an annual budget by voting to appropriate money for all Town departments.
  • voting on the Town’s local statutes, called bylaws.


If you are a resident you can, and should, participate in our Annual Town meeting.  If you are not a resident of the Town you are welcome to attend the town meeting as an observer.