Township News

Lower Cass River Grant

The Tuscola Conservation District is trying to reach farmers in Bridgeport Township (as well as any farmer in the Lower Cass River Watershed) to let them know that federal grant money is available for livestock and manure management. This includes livestock crossings, exclusionary fencing, watering systems/diversions, and manure stacking facilities. Anyone questions or interest can be directed to the Tuscola Conservation District, either at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or 989-673-8174 ext. 105.


MMWA Holiday Light Recycling Drive

Check out our Flyer.

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With no-sort recycling, put all of your paper plastics, Metal, glass and cardboard in the same container.

Convert any 45 gallon or smaller container into a recycling bin by adding a RECYCLABLES ONLY

Sticker or painting/marking a large “R” on the container.

Stickers are for sale at the Township Office - 2 for 25 cents 


The Bridgeport Township Police Department is taking applications for an adult school crossing guard. This part-time position provides child pedestrian safety and requires serious commitment to be at the crossing guard post on each school day, before and after school hours as required. Applicants must be at least 18 years old, must be able to hold a hand-held stop sign above the head in an upright position while in the roadway, and must have the ability to clearly observe vehicle and pedestrian traffic at acceptable distances and to hear at an acceptable level. Applications will be taken at the Bridgeport Township Police Department, 6206 Dixie Highway, from 9:00 am to 12:00 noon and 1:00 to 4:00 pm, Monday through Friday, until position is filled. 

Police Department - Public Service Announcement

We are still receiving numerous reports on phone scams where people claim to be from the IRS demanding you send them money or there will be a warrant out for your arrest. The numbers these subjects come from are often untraceable or traced out of the country.

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