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Posted on: March 19, 2020

[ARCHIVED] Springfield Township Buildings Closed, Please Call For Assistance

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Effective at 5:00 p.m. on Thursday, March 19, 2020 ALL Springfield Township buildings will be closed to the public until further notice, except for necessary deliveries and mail service.

While we understand that this closure may be inconvenient to some members of the public, this decision was made in order to follow the recommendations provided by Hamilton County Public Health, as well as state and federal agencies in order to limit the possible spread of COVID-19 to the public and Township employees. 

This closure affects the following Township buildings:

  • 9150 Winton Road – Administration / Fire Headquarters Station 79
  • 9158 Winton Road – Grove Banquet Hall and Community Arts Center
  • 952 Compton – Public Works Department
  • 1130 Compton – Police Department
  • 10335 Burlington Road – Fire Department Station 75

This closure does not affect essential services to the public. 

General Requests for Township Services

As always, persons having questions or concerning regarding general Township services should call the Township Administration Offices at (513) 522-1410 between the hours of 9:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m., Monday-Friday.  Township staff will be in the office or working remotely (if that becomes necessary) to respond to your concerns regarding general Township services.

Requests for Emergency Fire/EMS Services:  

As always, if you have Fire or Medical emergency, please call 911.  In the event that you are near one of our fire stations and have a medical emergency, you can contact the Fire Department by using the dedicated phone with direct connection to 911 located on the exterior of both fire stations near the garage doors. These phones continue to be available to anyone who comes to the fire stations, experiencing a health-related emergency so that they can quickly obtain medical assistance.

Requests for Emergency Police Services:  

As always, if you have an emergency requiring Police response, please call 911.  Police officers remain on duty to answer your emergency calls for service.

Requests for Non-Emergency Police and Fire Services

 As always, if you have a non-emergency matter involving the Police Department, please call the Police Department at (513) 729-1300.  If you have a non-emergency matter involving the Fire Department, please call the Fire Department at (513) 521-7578.  

The Township will continue to provide services to its residents during this difficult time.  Our residents should know that we are continually monitoring this rapidly evolving situation, with a focus on preparedness, prevention and response, so that we can best serve our residents.

The latest updates will be available on our website at

Get the Facts:

Springfield Township encourages you to get COVID-19 health information directly from these reliable sources:


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