We are pleased to announce that Both Hoffmann Community Park & Davis Community Park Launches are open for use. Parks are Open from Dawn to Dusk in Bridgeport Township.
Brought to you by Bridgeport Parks and Recreation
We’re looking for SHOPPERS (SAVE THE DATE) and SELLERS!
I along with many, many Law Enforcement brothers and sisters have struggled with what we have seen recently. I have struggled trying to come up with the right words for my feelings. The action of a few individuals who wore the uniform left me disgusted and appalled. The death of George Floyd was sickening and heart breaking to watch. There should be justice for Mr. Floyd, although I know nothing will ever make up for the actions of a few and I feel for Mr. Floyd's family and friends and pray they may someday find peace.
The Bridgeport Charter Township Board of Review will be reviewing Poverty Exemption Applications at their July 21, 2020 meeting. The deadline to submit applications for review at this meeting is July 17, 2020. Applications must include required documentation as stated in the application packet before the Board can review the application. The next and last opportunity to submit Poverty Exemption Applications for the 2020 tax year will be at the December 15, 2020 meeting. There will be NO APPLICATIONS ACCEPTED after December 11, 2020 for the 2020 tax year.
The application packet may be downloaded here: POVERTY EXEMPTION PACKET
Or you may call Bridgeport Charter Township and leave a message to request an application be mailed to you.
The Community Yard Sales Event that is scheduled for June 6, 2020 is postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic; we will look to possibly reschedule this event in the Fall if restrictions are lifted and it is viable to hold the event.
Thanks for your understanding and we hope everyone is staying Healthy & Safe.
Bridgeport Parks & Recreation
A prescribed burn of some grass land will be conducted this coming Saturday, May 16th. The start time is set to happen between 10 and 11 am. The location is just west of the railroad tracks between Fort Road and down to the Cass River on the north.