The police department is loacted in the rear of the municipal building. Twelve police officers and a Chief of Police ensure every day that there is law and order in Springfield.
Chief of Police: Eric Trout
Contact information for the Police Department:
Phone: 911 Emergency
609-723-8300 Non-Emergency Dispatch
Address: P.O. Box 119
2159 Jacksonville Jobstown Road
Jobstown, NJ 08041
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2159 Jacksonville Jobstown Rd
Jobstown, NJ 08041
TAX COLLECTOR'S OFFICE CHANGE OF HOURS
The Tax Collector's office hours will temporarily change effective immediately through October 31, 2014 to Monday, Wednesday and Friday from the hours of 9 am to 3 pm and the office will no longer close for a lunch hour. Payments can still be made at anytime by using the drop box at the curb in the front of the building or to another Township employee. Please be sure if making your payment that you have your check made out and the stub attached and if you would like your bill stamped received, have the bill out and ready to be stamped. This allows for a more efficient and quicker process and does not unnecessarily delay other customers.
Burlington County will be making repairs to the bridge located on Saylors Pond Rd. between Monmouth Rd. and Juliustown-Georgetown Rd. beginning on August 11, 2014 until approximately September 20, 2014. Sayors Pond Rd. will be closed at this portion of the road and detours will be necessary. Please seek alternate routes.
Springfield Township Municipal Court
Wednesday - East of Rt. 206
Friday - West of Rt. 206
Large Item Removal
Household Hazardous Waste
Burlington County Landfill
SINGLE STREAM RECYCLING WILL BEGIN SEPTEMBER 12, 2014 FOR SPRINGFIELD TOWNSHIP RESIDENTS. BE SURE TO BEGIN USING YOUR BLUE CART ONLY STARTING WITH THE SEPTEMBER 12TH RECYCLING PICK UP.
FOR THOSE RESIDENTS WHO ORDERED THE SECOND CART THROUGH THE COUNTY THE DELIVERY OF THOSE CARTS WILL BEGIN TODAY.