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  1. Represent Your Springfield Township Neighborhood as a Steering Committee Member

    Springfield Township will soon undergo an update of its Comprehensive Neighborhood Master Plan. Trustees invite residents to submit their interest in serving on the Neighborhood Master Plan Steering Committee through an online application. Read on...
  2. Residents Encouraged To Attend Annual State of the Township Commuity Address

    Springfield Township's State of the Township will be hosted at The Grove Banquet Hall on Sunday, March 6, 2016 at 1:30 p.m. The format will include a review of 2015 accomplishments and an outline of upcoming projects. Read on...
  3. Revitalizing Springfield Township Through a Planned Mixed-Use - Information About Warder

    Progress on the Warder Nursery Development in Springfield Township continues. A critical step in the project took place on January 19th when the Finneytown School Board authorized a potential land-swap agreement with the Township. Read on...
  4. Trustee Work Session Update - January 26, 2016

    On January 26, 2016 Springfield Township Board of Trustees convened their regularly scheduled Work Session. The Work Sessions bring the board together to discuss and take action on important community issues. Read on...
  5. Springfield Township is accepting applications for Full and Part-Time Police Officers

    Applications are available at Springfield Township Police Department located at 1130 Compton Road, Cincinnati, Ohio 45231 between 8:00 a.m. and 10:00 p.m. Read on...
  6. Now Accepting Resident Applications for C.E.R.T (Community Emergency Response Team) Training

    Springfield Township residents are invited to register for upcoming CERT training which begins March 31, 2016. Classes will be held Monday and Thursday evenings, 6:30-10:00 p.m. for three weeks. Read on...
  7. Springfield Township Program Gives Lifesaving Skills

    (Article written by Jennie Key in the Hilltop Press - January 27, 2016) Police Chief Rob Browder said that the first night one of his EMR officers was on patrol, he saved a life with his newly acquired medical skills. Read on...
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