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Mayor Domenic J. Sarno's Historic Fifth Inaugural Events

Springfield, MA – Celebrations for the 2020 Inauguration of Springfield Mayor Domenic J. Sarno will begin Sunday, January 5, 2020 and conclude Saturday, January 11, 2020.  The Inauguration marks Mayor Sarno’s fifth term (third four-year term and two…

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City Hall Holiday Hours

Please be advised that Springfield City Hall will close early on Tuesday, December 31, 2019 at 2:00 p.m.

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There will be no collection of trash, recycling, or bulk item materials on Wednesday, December 25th, 2019 due to the Christmas day holiday and Wednesday January 1st, 2020 for New Year’s holiday

Residents normally scheduled for trash and recycling…

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Celebrating Hanukkah with the Giant Menorah lighting Ceremony

Mayor Sarno, Congressman Neal, Senator Lesser and city officials joined with Rabbi Chaim Kosofsky, children and staff from the Lubavitcher Yeshiva Academy and the public to light the giant menorah and mark the second day of Hanukkah in Court Square. …

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Neal Saves CRRC Manufacturing Jobs – Keeps Plant Open

Mayor Sarno, CRRC President Jia Bo, Sheet Metal Workers local 63 Labor leader John Scavotto, employees and city officials celebrate and thank Congressman Richard Neal for his yeoman efforts to pass legislation to secure jobs, allow CRRC to continue…

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Mayor Sarno and Police Commissioner Clapprood Continue to Push Forward on the Mayor’s Bail Legislation and the Governor Baker’s Dangerousness Bill

Mayor Sarno and Police Commissioner Clapprood Continue to Push Forward on the Mayor’s Bail Legislation and the Governor Baker’s Dangerousness Bill to remove repeat violent offenders / criminals off city streets and out of our neighborhoods.


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Happy Holidays from Mayor Domenic J. Sarno & Family

It is hard to believe that the holiday season is already upon us. Families and friends will gather to give thanks for the blessings they have in their lives. As we pause to collectively give thanks during this festive season; I wanted to let you know…

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Mayor Sarno Speaks at Naturalization Ceremony at American International College

A Heartwarming Holiday Gift: American Citizenship

Springfield, MA – U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) will present candidates for naturalization to the U.S. District Court of Massachusetts during a special naturalization ceremony…

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Mayor Sarno to Usher in New East Forest Park Library on Surrey Road

Mayor Domenic J. Sarno will be in attendance as the City of Springfield celebrates the grand opening of the East Forest Park Branch Library. The ribbon cutting ceremony takes place at 136 Surrey Road, Springfield, Thursday, December 19th at 9:45 a.m.

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Mayor Sarno Issues Letter to the Editor in Response to City Council Resolution

Dear Letter to the Editor,

As a proud life-long resident of Springfield and in response to a City Council resolution – No, I will not be issuing a letter of consent to the White House, U.S. Department of State, The U.S. Department of Health and…

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In The Name Of Public Safety, Mayor Sarno To Refuse To Sign Off On 2020 Entertainment And Liquor Licenses For the Mt. Carmel Society – “Not The Place Where I Used To Bring My Grandfather After Family Dinners”

SPRINGFIELD, MA – Mayor Domenic J. Sarno States, “I have instructed City Solicitor Ed Pikula to notify the Mt. Carmel Society that I will not sign-off on their 2020 Entertainment / Liquor Licenses in the name of public safety.  In addition, I have…

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Mayor Sarno Issues Weather Statement

Mayor Domenic J. Sarno states, First of all, please to all our residents be cautious and careful when driving and walking.  I have been in updated contacts with our DPW Director Chris Cignoli and due to these very icy conditions DPW will work around…

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In Response to City Council Resolution, Mayor Sarno Not to Issue Letter of Consent for Continued Refugee Resettlements in Springfield

SPRINGFIELD, MA – Mayor Domenic J. Sarno states in response to a City Council resolution – No, I will not be issuing a letter of consent to the White House, U.S. Department of State, The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services and the U.S.…

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City of Springfield named to Inc. Magazine Surge City list

The City of Springfield has been named to Inc. Magazine’s list of “Surge Cities” for 2020, putting it in the top 50 cities nationwide for starting a business.

“Being included as one the select few across the country highlights the innovative and…

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Mayor Sarno Met with Troops JROTC at Putnam Vocational Technical Academy

Mayor Sarno and Superintendent Daniel Warwick met with the Marine Corp Cadet ROTC, which was established at Putnam 3 years ago.  This year over 150 young men and women have joined the cadet program.  The Cadet Program is under the leadership of…

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Students from the Commonwealth Honors College at UMass Amherst unveiling artwork in City Hall

Students from the Commonwealth Honors College at UMass Amherst participated in an unveiling of their artwork in City Hall. They are the students of well-known Springfield Artist and creator of many of the murals seen downtown. His class is…

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Mayor Sarno, City of Springfield Celebrate Springfield Central Golden Eagles Second Consecutive MIAA Division III State Championship “Super Bowl”

Mayor Domenic J. Sarno invited and congratulated players and coaching staff of the Springfield Central High School varsity football team at City Hall. Superintendent of Schools, Daniel Warwick, and Central High School staff was also in attendance.…

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Chief Of Staff Tom Ashe and Former Congressman Joe Kennedy Joined to Dedicate Low-Income Community Solar Array in Springfield

Chief of Staff Tom Ashe joined Citizens Energy Chairman Joseph P. Kennedy II for a dedication of a major solar array in Springfield on Friday to provide green power to low-income subscribers of the company’s innovative JOE-4-SUN program.

Ashe and…

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Chief of Staff Tom Ashe Welcomes New Arrival of McDonalds in the Springfield's South End

Tom Ashe, Chief of Staff to Mayor Sarno joined with State Senator Jim Welch to welcome George Michell, his family, and the McDonald’s staff for the grand re-opening and official ribbon cutting ceremony at the newly renovated McDonalds at 360 Main…

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Mayor Sarno Issues Apology and DPW Directive on Snow Removal Policy

Mayor Domenic J. Sarno states this past mis-forecasted storm was difficult for all of us, but even with these challenges, we always strive to do better – my apologies and I thank and appreciate our residents constructive criticism, patience, and…

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