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Mayor Domenic J. Sarno welcomes you to Springfield, the cultural urban center of Western Massachusetts.

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President, CNR MA Xiwei Lu, Mayor Domenic J. Sarno, Mr. Hats Kageyama, Mr. Robert Emmet Hayes

Freedom Credit Union Opens At Putnam Technical High School 

 

 

 

UMass @ Springfield is Open!

By: John Kontekakis

 

Mayor Sarno and Family Attend Glendi 2014

 

Mayor Sarno Welcomes St. Anthony's Relic

 

Mayor Sarno Attends The Springfield College Old Hill Block Party

FY 2015 Adopted Budget

The City of Springfield Adopted Budget for Fiscal Year 2015 totals $581.9 million, a 1.8% increase from the Adopted FY 2014 budget.  Download the FY 2015 Adopted Budget »

Abandoned Property (Unclaimed Checks)

The Office of the Treasurer now has a searchable database to serve as a notice to owners of checks issued by the City of Springfield which have not been cashed and are deemed abandoned. The database, and the procedure for claiming abandoned property, can be found here:  Abandoned Property Search >>

SPRINGFIELD TO STEP UP COMPLIANCE CHECKS TO REMOVE TRASH FROM RECYCLING BARRELS

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MAYOR DOMENIC J. SARNO ANNOUNCES DEMOLITION OF 10 PARKER STREET

June, 19, 2014 -Springfield, MA- Mayor Domenic J. Sarno and City of Springfield Housing Officials will be announcing the demolition of the long blighted building at 10 Parker Street. The building  is a City owned, tax foreclosed, property that has been an eyesore in the neighborhood for several years. Click here for more information.

HOME FULLY RESTORED BY PUTNAM VOCATIONAL STUDENTS TO BE AUCTIONED

June 16, 2014 -Springfield, MA - Mayor Domenic J. Sarno will be on hand to showcase a home completely restored by Springfield high school students as an outcome of collaboration between the City of Springfield and Roger L. Putnam Vocational Technical Academy.   Several classes of students worked hands on to rehabilitate a vacant, dilapidated property that was foreclosed for the non-payment of taxes by the City of Springfield.   The opportunity has provided students a unique, hands-on, educational experience. Click Here For More Information.

Tree Removal Assistance Available for Tornado Damaged Area In East Forest Park

June 10, 2014 -Springfield, MA - In the aftermath of the tornado, residents were instructed to fill out forms by FEMA to allow damaged trees to be removed from their property. In some cases the applications were approved on site only to reversed and denied by FEMA field workers at a later date.While the city made attempts for greater inclusion for Right of Entry work across the tornado zones, the Maple High and Six Corners Neighborhoods were the only successful applications. Click here to read more or download the application.

John Barbieri Sworn in as Springfield Police Commissioner

Thursday, June 5, 2014 -Springfield, MA- John Barbieri was sworn in as Springfield Police Commissioner at Old First Church in Court Square. The oath was administered by Judge William Boyle. Participants included: Mayor Domenic J. Sarno, Congressman Richard E. Neal, Sheriff Michael Ashe, City Council President Michael Fenton, MA State Police Colonel Tim Alben and U.S. Marshall John Gibbons. After the oath of office all present and sworn Springfield Police Officers stood and reaffirmed their oath. Click here for more photos.

Q Smokin Good Food opens on State Street

June 2, 2014 -Springfield, MA- Mayor Domenic J. Sarno joined other public officials and neighborhood business leaders today for a ribbon cutting to mark the grand opening of a new restaurant, Q,  the latest example of renewed reinvestment and revitalization along the State Street Corridor.

The First Lady of Springfield Civil Rights Movement Turns 100!

Photo by Ed Cohen

May 27, 2014 -Springfield, MA-  At 100 years of age, Ruth B. Loving remains energized by her interests both past and present, and is referred to as the first lady of Springfield’s civil rights movement for her social activism over the years.  In the 1960s Dr. Loving served as president of the local chapter of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People. Click here to read more about Dr. Loving's memorable life.

Important Information About Open Meetings

In the State of Massachusetts, M.G.L. Chapter 39, Section 23B states all governmental bodies must have meetings that are open to the public and readily available to anyone who wishes to attend.  The City of Springfield provides access to meetings online in a variety of ways. More info >>









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FEMA Public Notice ECOS - Draft Environmental Assessment and FONSI

Public Records - find records available on the City of Springfield website, and learn how to request additional records

Real Estate property cards - updated for FY 2014

Medical Marijuana Treatment Center RFQ/RFP

CDBG-Disaster Recovery - Get information on Community Development Block Grant Disaster Relief funds (CDBG-DR)

Casino Information -Documents, news and information about the casino project. See the Concise Community Agreement

Open Checkbook - OTPS and payroll expenditures, updated weekly

Connect-CTY - sign up for one-step notification for City residents and businesses

City Council Meetings - browse by date for agendas and meeting notes

Property Tax Payment History - Look up real estate taxes billed and paid for the last three fiscal years

Single Stream Recycling Program - FAQ, Dos and Don'ts

Trash Lien Information - info and form. Questions about your bill? Check the Trash Fee FAQ

Fraud Hotline - report waste or abuse of City resources to the Office of Internal Audit


Page last updated:  Friday, November 21, 2014 12:24 pm