Middlefield Town Information

General town info

Middlefield, Conn.

The town of Middlefield was incorporated in 1866, and is a rural community centrally located and bordered by Middletown, Meriden and Durham. The form of government includes a Board of Selectmen consisting of a First Selectman, who is the chief administrative and executive official, and two other members. The Board of Selectmen and the Town Meeting are the legislative bodies of the town and may enact ordinances consistent with the General Statutes of the State of Connecticut and specific provisions of the Town Charter. Together with Durham, the towns form Regional School District 13, offering both a Contemporary and Integrated Day education programs for students in both communities.

Town Hall administrative building: 393 Jackson Hill Rd., Middlefield, CT 06455

Middlefield Community Center: 405 Main St., Middlefield, CT 06455

Town Hall hours:

9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday

9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tuesday through Thursday

9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Friday

County: Middlesex

Area: 13.3 square miles

Population (2006 census): 4,598

Zip codes: Middlefield (06455), Rockfall (06481)

Web site: www.munic.state.ct.us/middlefield

Current Mill Rate: 24.11


First Selectman: Jon A. Brayshaw (860) 349-7114

Selectman David J. Lowry

Selectwoman Mary E. Johnson

Assessor: Steven Hodgetts (860) 349-7111

Finance Director: Joseph Geruch (860) 349-7112

Tax Collector: Anne L. Olszewski (860) 349-7117

Town Clerk: Donna Golub (860) 349-7116

Assistant Town Clerk: Nancy Davidson (860) 349-7116

Agent for the Elderly: Antionette Astle (860) 349-7121 Community Center office

Social Services: Antoinette Astle (860) 860-349-7121 Community Center office

Housing Authority administers the federally subsidized elderly housing complex at Sugarloaf Terrace. Brenda Cowett, executive director. Office hours are 8 a.m. to 2 p.m., Monday through Friday. Phone (860) 344-9933

Board of Finance chairman: Ellen Waff

Economic Development Commission chairman: Charles D. Kreitler

Highway Foreman: John Wyskiel (860) 349-7118

Library Director: Todd Fabian (860) 349-3857

Middlefield Historical Society: (860) 349-0665

Park and Recreation chairman: Robert Levine

Park and Recreation Director: Chris Hurlbert (860) 349-7122

Probate Judge: Joseph Marino (860) 342-2650

Registrar of Voters, Democrat: Barbara Jean DiMauro (860) 349-7119

Registrar of Voters, Republican: Barbara Rowe (860) 349-7119

Town Attorney: Kenneth H. Antin (860) 346-8691


Building Official: George R. Stronkowsky

Conservation Commission chairman: David Chowaniec

Inland Wetlands chairman: Darin Overton

Inland Wetlands Enforcement Officer: Randy Bernotas (860) 349-7123

Planning & Zoning Commission chairman: Kenneth Hamilton

Zoning Enforcement Officer: Alan Johanson

Sanitarian: Lee Vito (860) 349-7990

Town Engineer: Brian Curtis, Nathan L. Jacobsen & Associates, Inc. (860) 526-9591

Town Planner: Geoff Colegrove (860) 347-7214

Water Pollution Control Authority chairman: Edward Bailey


Resident Trooper: Thomas Topulous (860) 349-9685, for emergencies call 911

Constables: Michael Polansky

Scott Halligan

Fire Chief: David Quick (860) 349-7124

Fire Marshal: Stanley Atwell

Assistant Fire Chief: Mike Olszewski

Deputy Fire Chief: Dan Wheeler

Deputy Fire Marshals: Jeffrey Doherty
David Quick
Charles Zieminski

Emergency Management Director: Charles Zieminski

Animal Control Officer: David Chowaniec (860) 349-1333

Director of Health: Matthew Huddleston, M.D. (860) 349-7123

DMYFS (Durham/Middlefield Youth and Family Services) Director: David Melchionne (860) 349-0258 or melchionne.dmyfs@comcast.net

The Durham Middlefield Youth and Family Services main mission is to provide, promote and support substance-free activities and programs that encourage, strengthen, and build character, self-esteem and confidence in the children, youth and families of our community.

DMIAAB (Durham-Middlefield Interlocal Agreement Advisory Board): (860) 349-8702

Transfer station located on Cherry Hill Road near the junction of Route 147

Hours: Monday and Thursday 8 a.m. to 7:45 p.m., Saturday 8 a.m. to 2:45 p.m.

Closed holidays