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Mayor Sarno Congratulates Clemson’s Christian Wilkins on Second National College Football Championship Victory

Mayor Domenic J. Sarno issued today a congratulatory message to Christian Wilkins of the Clemson University Tigers football team. On Monday, Wilkins, a Springfield native, helped steer Clemson to a...

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2019 Springfield Colleen Coronation and Awards Presentation Ball

Mayor Domenic J. Sarno and Kerri Sullivan, President of the Springfield St. Patrick's Parade Committee announce that there is still time to purchase tickets to the 2019 Colleen Coronation and Awards...

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Mayor Sarno and City Council Reach Agreement on Impacted Neighborhood Stabilization Fund

Mayor Domenic J. Sarno and members of the Springfield City Council announce that a rate of 33% has been established for the Impacted Neighborhood Stabilization Fund. Through this order, 33% of funds...

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Mayor Sarno and Commissioner Calvi Welcome New Class of Springfield Firefighters

On Friday, January 4th, Mayor Domenic J. Sarno and Fire Commissioner BJ Calvi welcomed Springfield’s newest class of firefighters during a ceremony at the Raymond M. Sullivan Public Safety Complex.


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Mayor Sarno's Battle of the Badges Blood Drive: January 11

There is still time to sign up for Mayor Sarno's Battle of the Badges Dlood Drive! This drive is open to the public. Please contact Caitlyn Julius to set an appointment.

When: Friday, January 11,...

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Police Officer Exam Open House

Those interested in becoming a Springfield Police Officer should plan to attend the Police Officer Exam .

When: Thursday, January 17, 2019 from 6;00 to 8:00 p.m.
Where: Paul J. Fenton Public Safety...

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Mayor Sarno Appoints Attorney Talia Gee as New Chief Diversity & Inclusion Officer

Mayor Domenic J. Sarno announced today the appointment of Attorney Talia Gee as the City of Springfield’s new Chief Diversity & Inclusion Officer. 

Mayor Sarno stated, “As I said this past year and...

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Springfield’s Department of Public Works Reminds Residents About Christmas Tree Collection

The Department of Public Works reminds Springfield residents who have Christmas trees for disposal to place them on the curb on their normal recycling day.

The Solid Waste Division will collect them...

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City of Springfield Solid Waste Collection Schedule for New Year’s Day Holiday

There will be no collection of trash, recycling or bulk item materials on Tuesday, January 1, 2019 for the New Year’s Holiday.

Residents normally scheduled for trash, recycling and bulk item...

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City of Springfield Files Opioid Lawsuit

Mayor Domenic J. Sarno announced today that the City of Springfield filed a lawsuit against pharmaceutical manufacturers, distributors, board members, and executives who caused the nation’s...

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City Hall Holiday Hours

Please be advised that Springfield City Hall will close early on Monday, December 24th and Monday, December 31st at 2:00 p.m. The City Clerk’s Office and Collector’s Office will also close at 2:00...

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Mayor Sarno Issues Statement on Audrey Geisel’s Passing

Mayor Domenic J. Sarno states, "First of all, my sympathy, thoughts, prayers and encouragement to her daughters Leagrey and Lark, family and friends of Mrs. Audrey Geisel.  Even though she was always...

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Mayor Sarno Issues Birthday Wishes to the Game of Basketball

Mayor Domenic J. Sarno states, “'Still scoring big after all these years!'  Happy 127th Birthday to the Game of Basketball invented right here in Springfield by Dr. James Naismith.  Please take the...

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First Pair of MBTA Orange Line Cars Complete

Next-generation rail cars to be delivered to the MBTA

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City Council to Vote to Give our Taxpayers a “Triple Whammy!”

Mayor Domenic J. Sarno states, “Our City Council will vote tonight to create a ‘sanctuary city,’ vote themselves a 51% pay raise, and go back to an antiquated police commission. This is what you call...

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Just in Time for the Holidays – Springfield Library Foundation Fulfills Promise

$500,000 given to the East Forest Park Library Construction Project

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Springfield Gun Buyback on Saturday, December 15 at the Raymond M. Sullivan Public Safety Complex

The Hampden District Attorney's Office along with Baystate Health will be sponsoring a Gun Buyback at the Raymond M. Sullivan Public Safety Complex in Springfield. 

Gun violence is the major cause of...

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