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Springfield Township offers events year-round. Whether you enjoy concerts in the park, father-daughter dances, art shows or festivals, there always seems to be something exciting happening in the community. You may view various calendars in the Select a Calendar window and subscribe to receive email and/or text event notifications by selecting Notify Me. Public events such as festivals, concerts and Township school-related functions may be submitted to the “Submitted Events Calendar”. (We will not publish religious or political calendar items.)

Springfield Township Events

  1. Springfield Township / Wyoming/ Sycamore Township Senior Picnic

    September 11, 11:00 AM - 3:00 PM @ Grove Banquet & Event Center

    Members of the Springfield Township Senior Center, Wyoming Recreation Center and Sycamore Senior Center are all invited to this once-a-year picnic celebration! This event is when we all come together, kick back, relax and have the kind of fun like you did as a kid. We will play silly games, enjoy a picnic lunch and simply enjoy each others company. Must register in advance with your center. Admission is free.

  2. Resident Document Shredding Event

    September 12, 10:00 AM - 1:00 PM @ Grove Banquet & Event Center

    Identity theft is on the rise. Protect yourself by properly destroying your financial records. The Springfield Township Police Department is hosting a FREE document destruction event for residents of Springfield Township at the Grove Banquet Hall parking lot on September 12th. Proof of residency will be required. Please pack all documents in boxes or bags. Royal Document Destruction will be certifying the destruction of documents, right there while you wait.

  3. National DEA Drug Take Back Day - Medication Disposal Event

    September 26, 10:00 AM - 2:00 PM @ Springfield Township Police Station

    The Springfield Township Police Department invites residents to properly dispose of expired, unwanted or unused medication for destruction. The one-day program will be conducted by the Police Department at the police station, located 1130 Compton Road on Saturday, September 26th from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. This free drop-off program is coordinated with the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) and is part of a nationwide "take back initiative" with the focus on removing potentially dangerous controlled substances from our nation's medicine cabinets.

Springfield Township Trustee Meetings

  1. Springfield Township Trustee Regular Meeting

    September 8, 5:30 PM @ Allen Paul Community Room

    The Springfield Township Board of Trustees holds Regular Meetings at 5:30 p.m. on the second Tuesday of each month in the Allen Paul Room of the Township Civic Center, located at 9150 Winton Road. Regular meetings are recorded and shown live by Waycross Community Media, channel 4 on Time Warner Cable and on channel 854 for Cincinnati Bell Fioptics subscribers. Meetings can also be watched live from our website at Each Regular Meeting does allow for citizen participation whereby a citizen may address the Board with a question, concern or an announcement. If you wish to speak to the Board regarding a service issue, please call (513)522-1410 to have your concern addressed in a quick and efficient manner. To receive e-mail and/or text message reminder for Trustee Meetings, subscribe to the Trustee Meeting Calendar at

  2. Springfield Township Trustee Work Session

    September 22, 4:30 PM @ Allen Paul Community Room

    Trustees meet in a work session to discuss Township issues. Work sessions are held in the Allen Paul Community Room, located in the Springfield Township Civic Center, 9150 Winton Road. There is no citizen participation in Work Sessions.

Township Committee, Board and Council Meetings

  1. Springfield Township CIC Meeting

    September 9, 8:00 AM @ Allen Paul Community Room

    Meeting of the Community Improvement Corporation board members.

  2. Arts Council Regular Meeting

    September 16, 3:30 PM - 5:30 PM @ Senior and Community Arts Center

    Sharing a philosophy that where arts flourish, communities prosper and lives are enriched, the Springfield Township Board of Trustees created the 501(c)3 Arts and Enrichment Council.The five-member Council will meet to discuss and plan community events and programs, fulfilling the mission to create an engaged and vibrant community with quality-of-life enhancements through the arts, community events, parks and recreation.