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  • Springfield US Post Office May Relocate

    The US Post Office in Springfield is considering closing their retail Post Office at  225 Mountain Ave and relocating to the Post Office Annex located at 210 Mountain Ave.  For more information, please click here:  


  • Construction on Hawthorne Avenue to Commence on Monday July 7th

    Please be advised that road construction work on Hawthorne Avenue will begin on or about Monday July 21, 2014 weather permitting. The work consists of curb replacement, driveway apron replacement, milling and paving. During the construction phase, your driveway may become inaccessible for some short periods of time.  When you […]

  • Springfield's Farmers Market is Open for Business

    Springfield’s Farmers Market is open for business every Monday from now through October, 11 AM to 6:00 PM.  The new location is in the Municipal Parking Lot at the corner of Morris Avenue and Church Mall. Stop by for farm-fresh vegetables, Italian ices, dried fruits and nuts, olive oils and […]

  • New Tennis Procedures in Place for Dayton High School

    The Springfield Board of Education (BOE) recently established new procedure for the use of tennis courts at Dayton High School.  Please click here for the BOE full rules and regulations:

  • Springfield Free Public Library - Adult Programs for August 2014

    All programs are free and open to the public.  Please click here to learn about the August Programs.

  • Public Health Tips: what you should know

    The Springfield Board of Health brings you the following important health news. Public Health Tips Update on adult sickle-cell – Boosting the immune system to fight cancer – The oral cavity, what’s in there? –    

  • Springfield Resident Gina Petrecca to Exhibit Photographs at Palmer Museum in July

    The Donald B. Palmer Museum of the Springfield Free Public Library will have on exhibit photography by Springfield resident Gina Petrecca from July 2 through July 30.    For more information, please click here.

  • The Springfield Free Public Library Continues Lunchtime Film Series Featuring the 1940s Classics

    The Springfield Free Public Library will present the third film in its lunchtime film program “SELECTED 1940s CLASSICS – HITCHCOCK AND FILM NOIR” on Monday, July 21st.  The fourth and final film in the series will be shown on August 4th.  For more information please click here.

  • 2014 Tentative Road Improvement Schedule

    Please click here to view the work schedule  for the 2014 Road Improvement Project.  If you should have any questions, please call the Engineering Department at 973-912-2219.

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