COVID-19 Pandemic

Supporting Downtown Middletown Businesses & State Resources for Businesses

There are several appropriate ways for you to support our small businesses during this challenging time:

Buy gift certificates now and use them later. Almost all of our downtown businesses have gift certificates/cards available for purchase.

Order Take Out, Curbside Carry Out or Delivery from:

Tune in as businesses offer Online Classes and Activities.

Leave some great Google and Facebook reviews.

We’ve heard from quite a few of our businesses about changes they are making to address the coronavirus.  Many of our service businesses have the same hours and are business as usual.  Because this is an evolving and new situation for all of us, please check with each business for specific questions.   

Here are some of our downtown businesses responding to the virus in innovative ways:  

Local Resources for Businesses:

Middletown Valley Bank, 24 W. Main Street – The Middletown Valley Bank wants to remind everyone that they are insured by the FDIC and as a 112-year old institution have weathered many storms.  They also want to remind everyone that they have instituted stricter daily cleaning procedures for wiping down surfaces.  In addition, if you are a business that is experiencing a negative impact, the Bank would encourage you to call their Custom Care Team at 1-844-533-9211. 

West Main Tech Services, 3 W. Main Street – West Main Tech is open for business!  Brent Riley and his team can help your business transition for telecommuting. 

State Resources for Businesses:



The safety of Downtown Middletown’s residents, workers and visitors is the top priority of Main Street Middletown.

We ask that patrons please take proper precautions when visiting our businesses to limit the spread of COVID-19.

If you’re feeling ill or are a high risk for carrying COVID-19 please avoid going to any business in person.

We’re monitoring all recommendations and updates from government officials and want to ensure our Middletown Valley community remains healthy.