Residents

  1. Resident Notifications

    Citizens have a number of ways they can become informed of community issues, news and events.

  2. Community Calendar

    Residents and business owners, schools and churches may submit their events and activities to the Township-Wide Activities Calendar.

  3. Athletic Organizations

  4. Schools

    There is no limit to the educational opportunities in Springfield Township. Our community is unique in that it is part of seven different public school districts. In addition to the wide range of public school opportunities, the community features a number of private academic options.

  5. Churches

  6. County, State and Local Service Links

  7. Civic Associations

    Springfield Township is a community of neighborhoods. Many of the neighborhoods have taken it upon themselves to form Civic Associations. This page provides contact information for the various Civic Associations in the community.

  8. Parks

  9. Recycling

    Find out what programs are available, what items may or may not be recycled, and more.

  10. Trash and Recycling Services

    Springfield Township is investigating the benefits of creating a solid waste district that may provide savings to residents. Learn more here.

  11. Utility Aggregation Programs

    Learn about how this program was started and what it means for residents.

  12. Winton Road Master Plan

    Access information about Winton Road and the Master Plan created for it.

  13. State of the Township

    Attend the annual State of the Township community address to learn more about the progress and plans happening in Springfield Township

  14. Newsletter

    Springfield Township is committed to bring residents news they want. View our latest newsletter information and subscribe to receive customized information that you are interested in.

  15. Neighborhood Enhancement Grant

    The Neighborhood Enhancement Grant program was created to award funds to eligible organizations to make Springfield Township neighborhoods better places to live, work, and play. The Program, administered by the Township’s Community Improvement Corporation (CIC), was designed to focus on the Township’s various neighborhoods by achieving four primary goals.