Township Office regular hours 8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Monday - Friday
Roadside Cleanup has been rescheduled for
Saturday May 5th.
RFP for Investment & Custodial Services for Non-Uniformed Defined Contribution Fund
Info regarding Hilltop Rd Property 42-4-11
Adelphia Gateway Pipeline Project
Adelphia Gateway officially filed an application with Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) for a Certificate of Public Convenience and Necessity on January 11th, 2018. The project is proposed to convert the lower (and currently deactivated) portion of the existing Interstate pipeline from oil to gas, with additional infrastructure planned in several counties. Check out this link for a map of the project.
The Adelphia Gateway project impacts communities in Northampton, Bucks, Montgomery, Chester and Delaware Counties and their FERC Application makes a request for a number of new pipeline interconnects, compressor stations and other infrastructure.
The Township has no jurisdiction over pipeline projects, as the approvals are federally controlled
Springfield Township's Code of Ordinances are now available on the Internet.
PennDOT to Replace State Road Bridge over Cooks Creek in Springfield Township, Bucks County
Construction is scheduled to begin next month to replace the bridge carrying State Road over a branch of Cooks Creek in Springfield Township, Bucks County, the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT) announced today. The new structure is expected to be completed in April 2018.
Beginning Tuesday, January 2, State Road will be closed and detoured between Richlandtown Pike and Quarry Road. Cars will be directed to use Richlandtown Pike, Passer Road and Pleasant View Road/Township Road. Trucks will be directed to use Richlandtown Pike, Route 212 (Quakertown Road/Church Road/Main Street), Route 313 (Broad Street) and Route 309.
Motorists are advised to allow extra time when traveling through the area because slowdowns will occur.
Comprehensive Plan Update
A survey was mailed to all Springfield Township residents over the age of 18 in January 2018.
What is the purpose of the survey?
The survey is being conducted in order to determine how you, the residents of the Township, feel about a number of important issues. In fact, PA law requires a survey as part of drafting a new Comprehensive Plan.
What is a Comprehensive Plan?
A Comprehensive Plan is a blueprint for the Township’s future. It sets goals and provides a guide for the Board of Supervisors in the planning and administration of the Township. It helps the Board decide what to spend your tax dollars on and how to prioritise new or updates to existing regulations. Click here for a pdf version of the 2003 Comprehensive Plan
For more information and other Frequently Asked Questions click here
The 2017 Open Space Committee Report is now available.
-Comments on the plan must be submitted in writing to the Bucks County Planning Commission at: firstname.lastname@example.org or via regular mail sent to our mailing address:1260 Almshouse Road, Doylestown, PA 18901.
-Copies of the plan will also be available at all County libraries for review as well.
-A public hearing on the plan will be held on January 18, 2018 from 2 PM – 4 PM at the Bucks County Solid Waste Advisory Committee meeting to be conducted at the Bucks County Planning Commission office, located at 1260 Almshouse Road, Doylestown PA, 18901.
Seeking Volunteers for the following positions:
Springfield Township Community Day 2018 275th Anniversary Committee
Please contact Chairperson Jim Hopkins at 215-901-6547 or email email@example.com
Emergency Management Coordinator Deputy
Currently, the Township Emergency Management system has no volunteer Deputy Coordinators. The Board of Supervisors is requesting any residents interested to serve as volunteer Deputy Coordinators to contact the Township as 3 to 6 volunteers are needed. Please complete a Volunteer Form or submit a letter of interest and resume (if available) to Michael Brown, Township Manager.
If you are interested in becoming involved in these important Township committees, please complete a Volunteer Form or submit a letter of interest and resume (if available) to Michael Brown, Township Manager. You may send your information via email: firstname.lastname@example.org or by mail: 2320 Township Road, Quakertown, PA 18951
If you have previously applied for a volunteer position with Springfield Township, please reaffirm your interest.
eNews (email) Mailing List
Township eNewsletters are sent monthly and sometimes bi-monthly to inform residents of activities, events and important information via email. Sometimes special alerts (temporary outside burning bans, burglaries in Township, special items of interest, etc.) will alo be sent. If you want to be added to the list, please forward your name, address and email address to: email@example.com and ask to be added to the eNews mailing list. If you are not a township resident, please provide the reason you are requesting to be on the list (newspaper reporter, local fireman, etc.)
SPECIAL NOTE: If you have signed up and have NOT received the eNews, please contact us and we will try to remedy the probem.
There are currently openings- see info above. Throughout the year, members may resign or choose not to be reappointed when their term runs out.
If you are interested in serving on any Township committee in the future, please complete a Volunteer Form or submit a letter of interest and resume (if available) to Michael Brown, Township Manager, indicating your area of interest and any qualifications you have that would equip you to serve on that committee. Although qualifications are not necessary, it helps the supervisors "fit" the right individuals into the right spots. With no experience, you can learn "on the job" in many of the committees. You may send your information via email: firstname.lastname@example.org or by mail: 2320 Township Road, Quakertown, PA 18951
If you are not familiar with the various committees available, they are listed in the Township Directory.
Medication Return Bin
The Springfield Township Police Department has brought in a medicine return bin to accept your unwanted or out-of-date prescrition drugs. Studies show that a majority of abused prescription drugs are obtained from family and friends, including from the home medicine cabinet. Disposing of drugs by flushing them down the toilet or throwing them in the trash poses water safety and health hazards. Get rid of your old drugs safely! The return bin is located in the Township building main meeting room. You can drop off your unwanted or out-of-date prescription drugs during the normal operating hours Monday through Friday, 9:00 am to 4:30 pm.
Seniors Helping Seniors
Seniors Helping Seniors in-home services is a unique program which matches seniors who want to help with seniors who are looking for help. It was founded to provide seniors with the ability to choose an independent lifestyle in their own homes for as long as possible. If you need help, or if you would like to help, download a helpful brochure to learn more.
Report a Pothole
Please click here: Springfield Township Roads to view the Springfield Township roads and check which organization is responsible for the road.
If the road is a State road, please click here : PennDOT District 6 to submit a "Concern", which is something that requires PennDOT attention for resolution.
If the road is a Township road, please click here: Contact Us to report a pothole on a Township road.
The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT) is reminding motorists to call the toll-free number 1-800-FIX-ROAD (1-800-349-7623) to report the location of potholes. Motorists are also encouraged to report other problems and information, including:
- signage issues;
- other maintenance needs;
- animal carcass removal (on state roads--see listing below)*; and
- brush and tree removal.
Since its inception in July 1997, the year-round hotline has received between 500 and 1,000 calls per month statewide. Callers are asked to be as specific as possible when providing locations of maintenance problems. PennDOT requests the report include the county, municipality, street name, and the traffic route or the state route (SR) number to assist Engineering Districts & County Maintenance Offices in making prompt repairs. State Route numbers are located on small black-and-white signs posted along state highways. Callers should also provide a description of any familiar landmarks to further help PennDOT locate the problem area.
* For dead deer on Township roads, call the Game Commission at 610-926-3136.
Help Emergency Workers Find Your Home
Have you seen those reflective 6" x 18" green signs with white house numbers throughout Springfield and other local townships? They help emergency services locate your home in case of an emergency. This potentially life-saving sign is available from the Springtown Community Volunteer Fire Company for just $10. A post to hang it on is available for $3.
Ordering details are available on the Emergency Response Sign Application.
To find Recycling Dropoffs click this link : earth911.com
Get rid of those old phone books, magazines, etc., by bringing them to the township building and put them in the Abitibi recycling bin!
Thank You to everyone in advance for helping Springfield Township turn TRASH into CASH! Remember, the recycling bin in place by the side of our parking lot can be used by anyone--not just residents. You can drop off: Magazines, Shopping Catalogs, Phone Books, Newspapers, Office & School Papers, Mail -- any paper (not cardboard).
Please do NOT include: Cardboard, Plastic, Glass, Metal, Trash in the Abitibi bin.
Cardboard Recycling now available to Township Residents!
Township residents may bring household cardboard to the municipal building. Please flatten all boxes before putting them in the cardboard bin.
All Other Recycling Locations
Check this great website for places in your location where you can take other items to be recycled: www.earth911.com Want more Green info? Sign up for the Earth911.com Weekly email. It provides free facts and easy tips about disposal of the various products in your life. Just drop us a line at email@example.com.
Another good local information source for recycling is the Bucks County website. Sites are listed for many different types of recycling needs, from oil to freon appliances.
Network of Victims Assistance (NOVA)
Victims of crime can access NOVA (Network of Victims Assistance) for counseling, advocacy, education and a 24-hour hotline. Call our hotline at 1-800-675-6900 or visit our website www.novabucks.org.
Emergency Preparedness for You and Your Family
Check our Downloads page, under Emergency Preparedness for an important posting from Curtis Reiss, Springfield's Emergency Management Coordinator, on how to prepare your family for an emergency.