Duluth Township Newsletter: An independent source of community information

Submit news items to: Editor Nicole Chatterson
By mail: Duluth Town Hall, 6092 Homestead Rd, Duluth, MN 55804
By email: deputyclerkduluthtwp@gmail.com
By phone: Duluth Town Hall message: (218) 525-5705
Or put notes in the NEWS BOX on the Town Hall porch

The Newsletter is an independent source of community information (see the Township office and the Township web site www.duluthtownship.org for official minutes, ordinances, applications, etc.). It is published every other month and some 1020 copies are mailed, without cost, to all known Township homes (some 790), plus relevant agencies and officials, local community school teachers, and, by request, to former residents and other interested parties. The Township supports printing by BB&K, a Township business, and mailing by Twin Ports Mailing personnel in Duluth. The Newsletter is focused on the Township and its residents. Outside commercial, political, or religious advertising is not included. The mailing list is private and not available for sale.

  • Summary of Town Board and Planning Commission meetings
  • Articles on Township history
  • Views from the shore and inland
  • Calendar
  • Opportunities to volunteer
  • Police, Fire and Emergency department information
  • Upcoming events and issues
  • And other items of interest to Duluth Township residents
  • Periodically there may be an insert listing Township businesses, a mail-back questionnaire, or special information.



Newsletter deadlines are the 23rd of the month prior to publication to allow for as much time as possible for current information while still accommodating printing and mailing.

Deadline                          Target Publication Date

December 23                     January 1st

February 23rd                     March 1st

April 23rd                              May 1st

June 23rd                              July 1st

August 23rd                         September 1st

October 23rd                       November 1st