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Springfield Township

Delaware County

Public Safety

The following paragraphs are a few highlights of the township ordinances regarding public safety. Please read the following information, as it may pertain to you and your loved ones.

Ordinance #1395

Curfew Hours for Minors under 18 years of age:

Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday nights from 11:00p.m. until 5:00am the following morning; and Friday and Saturday and on the eve of any national holiday, from 11:59p.m. until 5:00a.m. the following morning.


Ordinance #1466

Article 1 Firearms

48-1 Discharge, carrying, or possession of firearms restricted. No person shall, except in necessary defense of person or property, carry, possess, fire, or discharge any gun, firearm, bow and arrow, BB gun, air gun, spring gun, paintball gun, or any implement which impels with force a metal pellet or projectile of any kind, within the Township of Springfield; provided, however, nothing herein shall be interpreted to prohibit the firing or discharge of said implements at properly constructed and supervised ranges which have been approved by the Chief of Police of the Township of Springfield. Adopted this 11th day of September, 2007 by the Board of Commissioners of the Township of Springfield.

If Your Street Light Is Out

Call 610-328-4941

Community Watch Program

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

Fraudulent Schemes

Emergency Contact Information

Springfield Police Department
50 Powell Rd. Springfield, PA 19064
(610) 544-1100
Emergencies: 911

Springfield Fire Company
217 Saxer Avenue, Springfield, PA 19064
Emergencies: 911

Mesothelioma Prognosis

Springfield Ambulance Corps
201 Saxer Avenue, Springfield, PA 19064
Non Emergency: 610-544-6239
Emergencies: 911

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