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Conservation Committee

Welcome to the Springfield Township Conservation Committee!

The Conservation Committee was reformed from the EAC as an Advisory Board to the Township Commissioners in the area of environment and conservation in Springfield Township. 

The Conservation Committee meets on the fourth Tuesday of each month at 7:00 PM at the Township Building. Public participation is encouraged.

The mission of the Committee is split into 4 major categories:

  1. Education: Educating the residents of Springfield about the importance of Conservation
  2. Stewardship: Guiding the Township’s utilization of natural resources
  3. Sustainability: Assisting the Township in environmental sustainability
  4. Beautification: Helping to make Springfield Township a beautiful place to live

Community Watch Program

If you or your neighborhood is interested and would like more information call 610-544-1100.

Creating a Native MeadowDownload
Controlling Invasive vegetation RevisedDownload
Spring MeetingDownload
Your Yard
Chester-Ridley-Crum Watersheds Association
& Penn State Brandywine
SepticSmart Helps
Protect Your Home
and Family
Spring MeetingDownload
Caring for your WetlandDownload


If Your Street Light Is Out Call 610-328-4941

Jim Davis

1st Ward

John Zygmunt

2nd Ward

Steven Shaw

3rd Ward

David Drager

4th Ward, Chairman

Paul O'Laughlin

5th Ward

Bo Elias

6th Ward

Kim Padley

7th Ward


Kevin Dion

Township Commissioner