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City of Springfield Phased Reopening Plan

As part of the City of Springfield’s phased reopening plan, all municipal buildings and facilities will be reopening to the public, by appointment only, along with other restrictions, starting Wednesday, May 27, 2020.

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Health and Human Services COVID-19 (Coronavirus) Situational and Statisitcal Information

City of Springfield Health and Human Services 24/7 COVID-19 (Coronavirus) hotline - (413) 750-3250

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Mayor Sarno Disappointed in Enshrinement Decision, But Looking Forward to a Springfield Return

The Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame announced today that the 2020 Enshrinement Ceremony festivities have officially been rescheduled to May 13-15, 2021 and will be relocated, this one time, to Mohegan Sun due to the continuing impact of the...

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Mayor Sarno Encouraged to see Work Continue at Elm Street Project

Mayor Domenic J. Sarno stopped by Court Square to view the status of the work that is continuing at the Elm Street Project.

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Mayor Sarno Welcomes Interim President of Westfield State University Dr. Saigo

Mayor Domenic J. Sarno welcomed Interim President of Westfield State University Dr. Roy H. Saigo. Some of the items discussed included how both the City of Springfield and the University was handling the COVID-19 Coronavirus pandemic, the public...

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Former Chief Justice to Advise Mayor Sarno on DOJ Police Reforms

Mayor Domenic J. Sarno, announced today that former Chief Justice of the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court Roderick L. Ireland will act as Special Advisor to the Mayor.  In this role, he will provide advice with regard to the continued cooperative...

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City of Springfield to Delay Implementation of Single-Use Plastic Bag Ban to January 2021

City Councilor Jesse Lederman, Chairman of the City Council Committee on Sustainability and Environment, in conjunction with Mayor Domenic J. Sarno and Health and Human Services Commissioner Helen Caulton-Harris, announce that the City of Springfield...

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Mayor Sarno Thanks Eastman Corporation for Donating Vital PPE’s

Mayor Domenic J. Sarno continues to give thanks to everyone in our community for stepping up and providing much-needed PPE’s for dedicated City employees.  

Representatives from the Eastman Corporation joined with Mayor Sarno at City Hall to donate...

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Mayor Sarno Joined for Ribbon Cutting Ceremony to Celebrate 413 Café Grand Opening

Mayor Domenic J. Sarno today joined with Christina Raschi, owner of the new 413 Café in downtown Springfield, for a ribbon cutting ceremony where he presented a proclamation declaring Tuesday August 11, 2020 “413 Café Day” in the City of...

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Mayor Sarno Voted “Reader Raves” “Best City or Town Local Official” for Seventh Year in a Row

“‘Wow Lucky 7’ – seven years in a row – thank you! With these truly challenging times we’re currently living in – ‘you still like me!’ I’m honored and privileged to be your Mayor and live it and love it 24/7. Thank you for your continued vote of...

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City of Springfield to Open Cooling Centers

Mayor Domenic J. Sarno and Health and Human Services Commissioner Helen Caulton-Harris announced today that the City of Springfield will be opening Cooling Centers on Monday, August 10, 2020 through Wednesday, August 12, 2020.  

Due to the COVID-19...

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City and Water and Sewer Commission Responds to Water Main Break

For the second time this week, the City of Springfield and Water and Sewer Commission respond to a water main break, this time at the intersection of Dwight and Taylor Streets.

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Mayor Sarno, Congressman Neal, State Representative Williams and other City and State Officials Celebrate 55th Anniversary of Historic Voting Rights Act of 1965

Mayor Domenic J. Sarno joined with Congressman Richard E. Neal, State Representative Bud L. Williams, State Senator James T. Welch, City Councilors Brown, Gomez, Lederman and Whitfield, and NAACP President Bishop Talbert Swan on the front steps of...

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Mayor Sarno, Congressman Neal and Federal, State and City Officials Provide Update on Damage and Recovery Aspects from Tropical Storm Isaias

Mayor Domenic J. Sarno, Executive Director for Parks, Buildings and Recreational Management (PBRM) Patrick Sullivan, Park Commission Chairman Brian Santaniello, City Forester Alex Sherman, and Fire Commissioner BJ Calvi joined with Congressman...

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DPW Issues Guidance on Tree Debris Collection from Tropical Storm Isaias

As a result of the impact of Tropical Storm Isaias throughout the City of Springfield, the Department of Public Works (DPW) will be responsible for the collection of tree debris / yard waste as part of the City’s standard yard waste collection...

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Mayor Sarno Provides Update on City of Springfield Response on Power and Water Outages and Storm Response Efforts

Mayor Domenic J. Sarno announced that all city services and municipal buildings will be reopened for business Thursday, August 6, 2020.  The advisory for residents to shelter in place has also been lifted.  

Earlier this morning Mayor Sarno declared...

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City of Springfield to Temporarily Close all Municipal Buildings and Advises Residents to Shelter in Place

Mayor Domenic J. Sarno has ordered all non-essential city services and municipal buildings to be closed until further notice due to a major water main break on East Columbus Ave and numerous power outages throughout the City.  

The situation is...

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Mayor Sarno Tours New Wayfinders Facility

Mayor Domenic J. Sarno joined with new Way Finders President and CEO Keith Fairey and former President and CEO Peter Gagliardi, who retired on June 30 after nearly 30 years of service with the organization.  Mayor Sarno toured the newly built and...

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City of Springfield and State Department of Public Health Announce Partnerships in Support of Stop the Spread Initiative

Mayor Domenic J. Sarno and Health and Human Services (HHS) Commissioner Helen Caulton-Harris announce that as part of the Commonwealth’s Stop the Spread initiative the City of Springfield and the state Department of Public Health, in partnership with...

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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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