About Us

The Springfield Redevelopment Authority is a corporate and political body established by the City of Springfield on June 24, 1960. Over the past fifty years, the Springfield Redevelopment Authority has been a key component in keeping the City of Springfield a vital place. Through broad development powers afforded by Section 46 of Chapter 121B, the Springfield Redevelopment Authority buys and sells property, acquires property through eminent domain, and constructs, finances and maintains properties throughout the City. The five member board is comprised of four Mayoral appointments plus the director of the Massachusetts Department of Housing and Community Development. Since its creation 50 years ago, the Springfield Redevelopment Authority has been involved in more than 35 Urban Renewal Plans throughout the City.

Board Members
Armando Feliciano - Chairperson
Dot Lortie - Vice Chair
Fiore Grassetti - Treasurer
William MacGregor - Secretary
Gloria Torres - At Large

Executive Director
Christopher J. Moskal

Latest News

New North Citizens' Council Building Torn Down

SPRINGFIELD, Mass. (WWLP) – A landmark in Springfield’s North End came crumbling down Wednesday morning.

The New North Citizens’ Council has been a pillar of Springfield’s North End for decades. “It was a 24/7. We knew what fire was occurring in the neighborhood. We knew what child was going without food. We were the resource of this community and we continue to be the resource,” Maria Perez told 22News. She said she first went to the council as a single mother in need of help more than 30 years ago. Shortly after, she was convinced to help others like herself... Read More

Upcoming Meeting(s)

Meeting Date                                                  Deadline For Memos/Material(s) and Resolutions

Tuesday, November 3rd, 2015, 5:30pm                                    Noon, Wednesday, October 28th, 2015

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