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  • Measles Update

    The Springfield Board of Health is advising residents of a recent report of twenty-five cases of measles in children and adults since February 5 as well as an outbreak of 27 cases of mumps in college students in Manhattan since early 2014. Measles and mumps are both highly contagious viral […]

  • Public Health Tips: what you should know

    The Springfield Board of Health brings you the following important health news. Please Click Below: Vitamin A’s Influence on Immunity – Impacts of Climate Change – Own immune systems to fight cancer - The Right to Not Know –  

  • Women’s Health Screening on May 12

    Open to all women 18 and over who live in town including nannies and other household employees and those without health insurance coverage Where: Madison Health Department Civic Center, 28 Walnut Street, Madison When:  Monday, May 12 starting at 9:30 a.m. What: Comprehensive checkup for women: manual breast and pelvic […]

  • Check out the Springfield Morris Avenue Corridor Vision Plan

    The Township was awarded a competitive grant to create a “walkable downtown” for Springfield, which includes the Township’s redevelopment area as well as commercially used or zoned lands along Morris Avenue and Mountain Avenue.  The Vision Plan goals are:   Creating a walkable and bike friendly downtown that is attractive […]


  • Community Pool Brochure, online registration and Survey – We Want Your Input!

    Registration is Now Open for the Springfield Pool and Summer Camp It time to get in gear and register for the Springfield Community Pool and Summer Camp.  This year you can register on-line. It’s easy, go to: YOU MAY NOW REGISTER FOR POOL, POOL CAMP, POOL TRIPS AND SWIM LESSONS […]

  • A Springfield Family in Need

    A Springfield family living on Battle Hill Avenue had a fire last night.  Their possessions were destroyed, their house is not habitable, and they are now in a hotel thanks to Springfield HOPE. The family of four, with two children, needs the generosity of Springfield residents. If you would like […]

  • Pothole Reporting Information

    To report potholes on municipal streets, please e-mail the department of Public Works at: Please tell us: 1. Street 2. Nearest property address. To report potholes on County Roads, please click on link below: To report potholes on state roads (Morris Avenue, Rt 22 and Rt 78), please call […]

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