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Mayor Sarno Prepares to Finalize Terms for Agreement for the 31 Elm Street Project

Mayor Domenic J. Sarno announced today that terms for an agreement providing financial resources and expertise to facilitate the redevelopment of the property located at 3-7 Elm Street and 13-31 Elm Street (collectively, the “Elm Street Project”) by…

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Mayor Sarno Applauds Pre-Apprenticeship and Vocational School Program at Putnam Vocational Technical Academy

Mayor Domenic J. Sarno is happy to share some good news from our Roger L. Putnam Vocational Technical Academy and the Massachusetts Association of Vocational Administrators (MAVA).

Fidel Juarez, a senior at our Putnam Vocational Technical Academy…

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3rd Annual “Out to Lunch Concert Series” – Lunch, Served with a Side of Live Music!

The Springfield Business Improvement District (SBID) is once again giving the downtown community another reason to head out to lunch on Wednesday afternoons through the spring. Beginning tomorrow, February 5th, the SBID is kicking-off their 3rd…

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Springfield Department of Health & Human Services FREE Seasonal Flu Clinic

“Flu”

Springfield Department of Health & Human Services  

FREE Seasonal Flu Clinic 

 

The Springfield Department of Health and Human Services is holding FREE SEASONAL FLU CLINICS.  FLU SEASON is on going. We would like to get ahead of what is…

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In the Name of Public Safety, Mayor Sarno Opposes Moratorium on Facial Recognition Technology

Mayor Domenic J. Sarno states, “With the advent of our Springfield Police Department utilizing body worn cameras and our newly created and thriving Real Time Crime Analysis Division, why would the City Council consider taking away such a valuable…

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34th Annual Black American Heritage Ceremony

Mayor Domenic J. Sarno joined with State Representative Bud L. Williams to celebrate the 34th Annual Black American Heritage Ceremony at City Hall today.

The program included speakers, music, a flag raising, and special award presentations, with the…

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Deadline for Fiscal Year 2020 Overvalue Applications for Abatements on Real and Personal Property Valuations

The City of Springfield is reminding residents that the deadline for FY 2020 Overvalue Applications for Abatements on Real and Personal Property valuations is soon approaching. 

The last day to file Fiscal Year 2020 Overvalue Applications for…

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Mayor Sarno and Congressman Neal join with DevelopSpringfield for a Ceremonial Ribbon Cutting at the new Springfield Innovation Center

Mayor Sarno and Congressman Neal join with DevelopSpringfield for a Ceremonial Ribbon Cutting at the new Springfield Innovation Center to commemorate the restoration of this dynamic, mixed-use center of entrepreneurial activity that will serve as the…

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Mayor Sarno's Letter to the Editor: Busy Week in Springfield

January 22, 2020

Letter to the Editor:

In this day and age of reality TV/Media, where negativity seems to rule the day, good things can and will continue to shine here in our Springfield.

Simply put, last week all eyes locally, regionally and…

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Mayor Sarno meets with community leaders and local, state, and federal officials to help our brothers and sisters from Puerto Rico, who are now unfortunately once again displaced by the recent earthquake.

Mayor Sarno meets with community leaders and local, state, and federal officials and representatives today to help coordinate and prepare aid and assistance, as we did during Hurricane Maria, for our brothers and sisters from Puerto Rico, who are now…

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Mayor Sarno Congratulates New Fire Department Promotions, Including the First African-American District Fire Chief

Mayor Domenic J. Sarno and Fire Commissioner BJ Calvi today held a ceremony for the swearing in of three Fire Department promotions at the Raymond M. Sullivan Public Safety Complex in Springfield. 

 

Those promoted at the ceremony were Brian Ward to…

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Statement on Behalf of the Moccia Family

On behalf of Charlotte’s family, Mayor Domenic J. Sarno and Springfield Police Commissioner Cheryl Clapprood are issuing this statement. 

 

The Moccia’s will not be doing any media interviews and this will be their only statement.  They are asking…

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Mayor Sarno and the City of Springfield Announce Gerena School SOI and Tunnel Update

Mayor Domenic Sarno, School Superintendent Daniel Warwick, School Committee Member Maria Perez, DPW Director Chris Cignoli and Executive Director of PBRM Patrick Sullivan are pleased to announce that Gerena School will once again be the Springfield…

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Darryl Moss, Mayor Sarno's Director of Constituent Services Honored at the Annual Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Flag Raising Ceremony

Mayor Sarno states, "Very proud of my new Director of Constituent Services Darryl Moss on receiving the Greater Springfield NAACP MLK Community Service Award for his unyielding dedicated efforts not only on behalf of the African-American community,…

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Mayor Sarno Proud to Stand with and Recognize the Mayors Against LGBTQ Discrimination

Mayor Sarno states, “I’m proud to receive this acknowledgement and recognition from Mayors Against LGBTQ Discrimination.  As I’ve always said a good person is a good person with mutual respect being the key to better understanding and appreciating…

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Mayor Sarno with Former Clemson University All-American and Current Miami Dolphins Christian Wilkins

Mayor Domenic J. Sarno with former Clemson University All-American and current Miami Dolphins Defensive End Christian Wilkins.  Great young man who excels not only on the field but off the field too.  Good to be with him and his mom again and glad to…

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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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