Bulletin Board

Spring Shred-It Event – Saturday, May 25th

“No Knock” Registry Application

(Established by Ordinance #16-2022)

Food Assistance Program – May 13th

In coordination with our business community, the Logan Township Council has started an effort to donate excess food from participating companies to residents in need of food assistance. On the selected dates from 4:30PM to 6:30PM at our Municipal Building, Logan Township residents will be able to pick up care packages of the donated food items. Please see the letter from Mayor Minor to all residents for details to sign up for the program. Dates for 2024 distributions are as follows: January 8, February 12, March 11, April 8, May 13, June 10, July 8, August 12, September 9, October 21, November 18, December 9.

We’ve Partnered with Recycle Coach!

Logan Township has partnered with Recycle Coach to notify our residents of information and updates to our trash & recycling schedule, as well as answer questions on how and what to recycle. The Recycle Coach interactive mobile app includes answers to frequently asked recycling questions, quizzes, and reminder notifications of your trash and recycling schedule.


Download the Recycle Coach Mobile App

Logan Township Community Garden – Membership Application and Membership Agreement

Please return application, signed membership agreement, and payment to: 125 Main Street, PO Box 314, Bridgeport, NJ 08014, ATTN: Community Garden

Gloucester County Board of Elections – Poll Worker Application

The Gloucester County Board of Elections is looking for additional poll workers. If interested, mail or fax the completed application directly to the Board of Elections.

Logan Township Employment Portal – Now Open!

The Logan Township Employment Portal is now open! Visit LoganTwpHires.org to create your profile and review open positions in Logan Township.

Interested in a Robotics Team in Logan Township?

Visit the First Lego League website for more information: https://www.firstinspires.org/robotics/fll/start-a-team


Always remember – Before you or your Contractor dig on your property, you must call 811 for a utility mark out. 811 is a free service. They will mark the locations of any utilities present on your property.

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