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Township Projects

Please note that this page is currently under construction and will undergo extensive updates.

Interactive Projects Map

Public Improvement Projects

Springfield Township continuously invests its resources into projects that improve the infrastructure, safety, accessibility, functionality, and beauty of our community on a routine basis.  The information below contains updates and plans for several ongoing public projects.

  • CDBG 2018 - Recreation Hall ADA Restroom Renovation

    • 1903 Springfield Bid Drawings 10 3 2019
      In 2018, Springfield Township was awarded $172,500 as part of Montgomery County's Community Development Black Grant Program to renovate the restrooms and lobby of the Recreation Center on Will Grove Avenue to ensure compliance and accessibility in adherence to the Americans with Disabilities Act.
  • CDBG 2019 - Chiaramonte Park ADA Improvements

    • PLANS Chiaramonte Park ADA Improvements 2020 05 08
      Springfield Township was awarded $72,215 as part of 2019 Montgomery County's Community Development Black Grant Program to increase accessibility to Chiaramonte Park for residents with disabilities. This project will result in the construction of an accessibility pathway and the installation of play-surfacing at the playground.
  • 1725 Walnut Avenue (former Tank Car Site) Brownfield Redevelopment

    UPDATE: Deep water monitoring wells will be installed in February 2021, which will be followed by one year of quarterly groundwater sampling
    • ISR Map & Plot Plan
      Former industrial site located in the Oreland section of Springfield that was acquired by the Township to be eventually remediated and redeveloped into a public park for the community.
    • Nov 17, 2020 Act 2 Activity Summary
      Provides an update summarizing recent remedial investigation activities under way at 1725 Walnut Ave.

 

Private Development Projects

In addition to the public improvement projects undertaken by Springfield Township, there are also a number of private development projects that the Township regulates to ensure the continued growth, stability and prosperity of the community.

  • Squires Ridge (Foxlane Homes)

    • Approved Plan - Squires Ridge (Twins 33 Total)
      Located at 9303 Ridge Pike in the Township's panhandle, the 31.7 acre tract received approval from the Springfield Township Board of Commissioners in 2016 for the development of thirty-three (33) age-qualified homes and a senior living facility (Atria Senior Living).
  • Falcon Hill (Foxlane Homes)