Springfield Township was awarded a grant to develop a comprehensive "Parks, Recreation & Open Space" Master Plan. The purpose is to evaluate our existing parks system to help guide resources and future development to best meet the needs of all Springfield residents from children to senior citizens.  All those interested in learning more about this important process are welcome to attend a public meeting on Wednesday, August 30, at 7:00p.m. in the Township Building.

For information on PARKING ENFORCEMENT in Springfield Township Delaware County click on Current Events under the Home tab.

Mondays andThursdays 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.

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, Administration, License and Inspections and Treasurer. 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.

Springfield Township has one of the finest public and private school systems, churches of various denominations, an excellent public library, a country club with a 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.