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Springfield Township Bi-Annual Newsletter

Stay informed about the latest going on in Springfield Township

Introducing Springfield Township’s Spring/Summer 2023 Newsletter!

This newsletter contains all the information you need to know for the spring nd upcoming summer seasons. This includes information from Administration, Public Works, Parks and Recreation, The Free Library of Springfield, Building & Zoning, the Police Department, and much more!

Springfield Township Spring/Summer 2023 Newsletter

Every household in the Township will receive a physical copy of the newsletter in the mail. Residents can expect the newsletter to arrive in early to mid April.  

Please utilize this digital version of the newsletter for pertinent information and resources while you wait for your own newsletter to arrive in the mail! Limited physical copies are currently available at the Administration Building and Free Library. If you are interested in previous editions of our Township Newsletter, please use the link below:


Extended Newsletter Articles

Mar 23, 2023

Mermaid Park Restoration

After months of planning and hard work, Mermaid Park is now open to the public! The Mermaid Park Stream & Habitat Restoration Project directly addressed negative environmental impacts by dredging…

Mar 23, 2023

Skip the Bread: Stop Feeding Waterfowl

Geese and ducks are frequent guests at Springfield Township parks, especially James A. Cisco Park’s Hillcrest Pond. While feeding the ducks and geese is often considered a harmless pastime, it…

Mar 23, 2023

Patriotic Summer Celebrations

Memorial Day is often considered the unofficial start of summer. Each year, the Arthur Savage Post 100 celebrates Memorial Day by hosting a parade that flows through the streets of…

Mar 23, 2023

Alternatives to Single-Use Plastic Bags

Single-use plastics are goods made primarily from fossil fuel–based chemicals commonly used for packaging and serviceware, such as bottles, wrappers, straws, and bags, that are meant to be disposed of…

Mar 23, 2023

Coffee With a Cop

After a hiatus during the pandemic, Springfield Township’s Coffee with a Cop program is back! The mission of Coffee with a Cop is to break down the barriers between police…

Mar 23, 2023

Spring Reminders from Building & Zoning

Spring has arrived and home improvements are usually first on the to-do list when the weather gets nicer.  Please keep in mind that permits are required to install a shed,…

Mar 23, 2023

Community Improvements

Things are happening in Springfield Township! The Township is working hard to provide and plan for some much-needed improvements to the community. All these enhancements were made possible in large…

Mar 23, 2023

Going Digital with the Free Library

The Free Library of Springfield Township offers lots more than just physical books.  Here is a sampling of other resources available with your library card.  Going Digital Hoopla is an…

Mar 23, 2023

Summer Safety Tips

Gasoline Powered Equipment Here are some important safety tips regarding gasoline for power equipment: Store gasoline in a closed, properly marked container that has been approved by an independent testing…

Mar 23, 2023

What You Should Know About Crosswalks

Crosswalks are marked at intersections to allow pedestrians to cross busy roads and improve walkability. Because crosswalks can cause some conflict between pedestrians and drivers, here are some tips that…

Mar 23, 2023

Spring Cleaning & Recycling Tips

Spring is a great time to declutter, reduce, recycle and get some spring cleaning done. Keep these tips in mind when you are spring cleaning:  Reduce: Go room-by-room, drawer-by-drawer, closet-by-closet…

Mar 23, 2023

Arbor Day Tree Giveaway

Arbor Day Tree Giveaway Every April, Springfield’s Shade Tree Commission hosts an Arbor Day celebration that consists of a free tree giveaway and tree planting demonstration. Last year’s festivities included…

Mar 23, 2023

Preventing Firework-Related Injuries

Every year, thousands of people (mostly teens and children) are injured while using fireworks. Injuries can include burns, cuts, permanent scarring, loss of vision, dismemberment and even death. Remember: fireworks…

Mar 23, 2023

Bethlehem Pike Road Safety Improvements

The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT) will be modifying Bethlehem Pike in Springfield Township from Stenton Avenue to Sunnybrook Road in Whitemarsh Township as part of its Highway Safety Improvement…

Mar 23, 2023

No Stigma / No Shame

Many people are affected either directly or indirectly by substance use disorder and other mental health crises. Addiction knows no boundaries, which is why it is imperative to raise awareness…

Mar 23, 2023

Recreation Center Advisory Committee

The Springfield Township Recreation Center Advisory Committee was established in January 2023 by the Board of Commissioners to guide the planning process for the future of the recreation center located…

Sep 30, 2022

Fall Property Maintenance Checklist

Fall is a great time of the year to prepare your home and property for the winter months ahead.  Below is a list of general home maintenance tasks that will…

Sep 26, 2022

Home Heating Safety Tips

Winter is coming and when the temperature drops, many of us find comfort in curling up by the fireplace or heater. Unfortunately, heating devices are a leading cause of home…

Sep 26, 2022

Winter is Coming

Snow Storm Operations and Regulations  When winter weather is forecasted, help us keep our community safe with these winter weather tips:  Remove trash and recycling cans, basketball nets, and the…

Sep 23, 2022

School District of Springfield Township Information

School District of Springfield Township News The school year is here again and we’ve partnered with our friends at the School District of Springfield Township to share some information for…

Springfield Township

Administration & Police
1510 Paper Mill Road
Wyndmoor, PA 19038

Phone: (215) 836-7600 Fax: (215) 836-7180

Monday-Friday: 8:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.