Springfield Township has one of the finest public and private school systems, churches of various denominations, an excellent public library, a country club with municipal golf course, a swimming pool, a clubhouse, and an indoor ice skating rink, and an extensive park system of 211 acres in 24 locations which offer playing fields that provide athletic and recreational relaxation which are utilized by various athletic organizations and residents.
A modern municipal services building houses centralized public works operations, while the Township Administration building situated in the center of town, provides departmental offices such as Police, Code Enforcement, Treasurer, and Administration. The District Court is located next to the township building. The Springfield Fire Department is just a few blocks away and is also home to our Ambulance Corps. Residential refuse is collected twice weekly, and paper and commingled recycling items are collected weekly.
The 38th Annual Springfield Community 4th of July Celebration, Thursday, July 4, 2019, at 9:15am, The Parade Route is as follows: Form in front of Springfield High School on West Leamy Avenue at 8:30am, West Leamy Avenue to Powell Road, Left on Powell to Saxer Avenue, Left on Saxer to Springfield Road, Left on Springfield Road to Memorial Park. Schedule of Events: 8:00am to 9:00am, Judging of Bikes and Floats at Springfield High School Parking Lot. Trophies are awarded at Memorial Park band stand (Bike Helmets Required). 9:15am Parade begins at the Springfield High School. Springfield Township, in partnership with the Springfield Lions, the Springfield AA and the Springfield Youth Club, is proud to sponsor the 2019 Springfield 4th of July Parade. A special note of thanks to Jack Henderson for coordinating the activities at Memorial Park. The Springfield Lions Club is recognized for sponsoring the parade over the past 38 years. This year's Grand Marshall is Fred Huenerfauth in recognition of his years of service in running the parade. The Lions Club makes annual contributions to organizations that assist people who have sight and hearing impairments, community service organizations, and other deserving causes.
To dispose of American Flags you can bring your flag to the Home Depot, 5342 W. Baltimore Pike in Clifton Heights and the Morton Amvets Post 118, 211 N Morton Ave, Morton, PA 19070.
The Movie Nights for Springfield Township this summer will be June 26th (Movie is "Ralph Breaks the Internet), July 24th and August 7th, 2019. The movies will start at dusk, come out and enjoy!
The Springfield Police Department has an opening for a SCHOOL CROSSING GUARD. The position is from 7:20am to 9:00am and from 2:45pm to 3:45pm Monday through Friday. Substitute positions are also available. Applications can be picked up at the Springfield Police Department. For information, please call 610-544-6900.
The Delaware County Solid Waste Authority will no longer accept even latex paint unless it is completely dry. As a result, our Public Works Department will only pick up Latex Paint if the lid is removed and the paint dry (ie: mix with absorbent material, such as cat litter, until no longer a liquid). The lid must be discarded separately ; then the dried paint can be placed with your curbside trash.For information on PARKING ENFORCEMENT in Springfield Township Delaware County click on Current Events under the Home tab.
Mondays and Thursdays are Senior Days at Springfield Country Club Golf Course! Call to find out more information 610-543-9860
The practice of placing gently used items on the lawn or by the curb with a sign on it that says "FREE" is not permitted. This can be a safety issue by having persons with less than honorable intentions walking around your property, possible checking out what else then can have for FREE. The items and signs cause traffic issues by drivers slowing down to take a look at that chair.
Think about this, would you like to look out your window and see your neighbors old dining set on their front lawn? Placing regular trash out too early is also not permitted. If you want to be charitable and donate, contact a charitable organization to collect your items, or you can take a chance at the Township giving you a $100.00 fine AND taking the item.
The Springfield Country Club is located in Delaware County, just outside the Philadelphia area and only 10 minutes from the airport.
Open 7 days a week, tee times may be booked up to 7 days in advanced, just call ahead.
Our course is challenging and beautifully landscaped (6018 yard, par 70). Our clubhouse has banquet rooms capable of seating over 800 plus guests, full restaurant with outside bar and grille, locker rooms, showers and a fully stocked golf shop for all your needs.
Visit the Springfield Township Golf Course Website