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The mission of the Middle Valley Community Center (MVCC) is to preserve and enhance the Middle Valley Historic District, to provide educational and social activities for the public, and to maintain a gathering place for the community. MVCC owns and maintains the Middle Valley Community Center, which is listed on the NJ Register of Historic Places. The community center is a focal point for MVCC activities and events.

The Middle Valley Community Center, Inc. is an all-volunteer, 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. The Center is dedicated to the principle and practice of community, neighborliness, mutual respect and maintaining a sense of place. The trustees work actively to maintain the character of our community and to preserve the historic community center on West Mill Road in the Middle Valley Historic District. The community center has been a principal focus for the community, serving as post office and mercantile center. It has been the site of judicial, educational, religious, social and cultural activities spanning four centuries. Today, the Center continues as a cultural, educational and social meeting place for the Middle Valley community and the surrounding area. The Center regularly holds community centric and public programs and is working towards ADA compliance. MVCC hosts educational seminars and encourages utilization of the facility by members and non-profit organizations of western Morris County area.

Board of Trustees

Kathryn Krylowski
President
Jim Richards
Vice President
Bill Leavens
Recording Secretary
Chris Steffan
Treasurer
Paul Krylowski
Corresponding Secretary
John Beckbissenger
Trustee
Steven Firtko
Trustee
Colleen Puelsch
Trustee
John Rickle
Trustee
Lauren Vasquez
Trustee

Rural Middle Valley is comprised of horse and large scale grain farms, forested land, a pre-revolution Cemetery, and a large number of historic structures. The Middle Valley Historic District also contains a mile long segment of Columbia Trail, a recreational trail maintained by Morris County Parks. The South Branch of the Raritan River traverses the entire length of Middle Valley.

Columbia Trail by Jenkinson FarmSouth Branch Raritan River

LEFT - Entrance to Columbia Trail, West Mill Rd (RT 513); RIGHT - South Branch Raritan River

Middle Valley Community Center
357 West Mill Rd. (intersection of West Mill and Middle Valley Rd)
PO Box 387
Long Valley, NJ 07853

contact us at mvccmembers@gmail.com

If you would like to discuss past work or future repairs on the building please contact Paul Krylowski at
pkmvcc@centurylink.net