Delaware County, PA
APPLICATION FOR POSITION OF SPRINGFIELD POLICE OFFICER
HEAT PLAN 2018
BOCCE BOCCE BOCCE
BUILDING TRADES OF DELAWARE COUNTY
2018 SPRINGFIELD COUNTRY CLUB POOL APPLICATION
2018 HOUSEHOLD HAZARDOUS WASTE DAYS
PAYING L&I TICKETS
CAADC LEAD SAFE FORMS
CODE RED ALERT REGISTRATION
DELAWARE COUNTY EVENTS
MEDICARE AND MEDICAID HEALTH INSURANCE
CRITICAL HOME REPAIR PROGRAM
SENIOR SERVICES CLASSES ZUMBA YOGA & DRAWING
HOW HEALTHY IS YOUR HOME?
DESTINATION DELCO-AN INFORMATIVE WEBSITE
ABOUT BEAUTIFUL DELAWARE COUNTY
DELAWARE COUNTY VETERANS MEMORIAL
Springfield Township, Delaware County is located 12 miles southwest of Philadelphia. It traces its governmental beginning to the year 1686 when the early settlers from Europe secured land grants from William Penn. Since 1924, the Township of Springfield has been governed under the provisions of the First Class Township Code.
Today, the Board of Commissioners, comprised of seven elected officials representing the seven wards of the township, prescribes the power and authority of our governing body. The Township of Springfield is a hub of commerce that provides residence for 24, 375 people who enjoy the many municipal amenities.
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
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.
Residential refuse is collected twice weekly, and paper and commingled recycling items are collected weekly. 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. Just a few blocks away is our fire house, which is home to our state of the art Fire Company and Ambulance Corps.