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Environmental Advisory Commission

Advises and promotes education about issues relating to the management, promotion, use and protection of our local environment.

The Springfield Township Environmental Advisory Commission in Montgomery County PA advises and promotes education about issues relating to the management, use and protection of our local environment. Projects include: Sustainable Springfield, Renewable Springfield, recycling initiatives, and much more. 

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Latest EAC News & Articles

Jun 17, 2022

Native Plant Sale held on May 21, 2022

The Springfield Township Environmental Advisory Commission (EAC) held its first-ever Native Plant Sale on Saturday, May 21, 2022 from noon to 2pm.  Purchasing fifty (50) native plants to sell at…

Jun 4, 2021

Springfield PD Goes Green as First Hybrid Goes into Service

Springfield Township and its Police Department are moving toward a greener and more sustainable future as its first hybrid police vehicle enters service for daily patrol duty. Springfield Police Starts…

MEETING TIME & LOCATION

The EAC meets on the fourth Wednesday of each month at 7:00 PM at the Free Library Of Springfield Township

AGENDAS & MINUTES

Agendas are available prior to the meetings. Minutes are available following approval.

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ENVIRONMENTAL ADVISORY COMMISSION MEMBERS

NAME

TITLE

Aaron Stemplewicz Chair
Joy Bergey Vice-Chair
Steve Heverin Recording Secretary
Zeta Cross Member
Chris Richter Member
Patrick Hynes Member
Desiree Rammon Member
Patrick Eddis Associate
Richard Metz Associate
VACANT Associate
Peter Wilson Commissioner Liaison
Brandon Ford Staff Liaison

*It is customary for the Springfield Township Board of Commissioners to reappoint advisory board volunteers unless that volunteer expresses an interest to no longer serve on their respective advisory board. If you are interested in serving on a board with no vacancies, we encourage you to attend their meetings as a member of the general public. 

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