Library Hours


To Springfield Township Library

Welcome to your community library! The Springfield Township Library provides for your informational, educational and recreational needs in many ways. Combining traditional with state of the art electronic resources, the library staff is here to assist you in meeing your library needs. The library is open 61 hours a week including nights and Saturdays. The library is closed on Sundays. A librarian is always on duty and telephone service is available when the library is open.

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The library will be closed Friday, April 3.
The library will be open Saturday, April 4, 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM.
The Friends of Springfield Library Spring Book Sale will be held on Saturday, April 11 from 10:00 AM to 4:00 PM, Sunday, April 12 from noon to 3:00 PM, and Monday, April 13 from 9:00 AM to noon at the Township Building.
In order to prepare for the upcoming book sale, the library stopped accepting book donations on March 14. Please hold all donations until May 4.
Winter/Spring Session programs began March 2 and will continue through April 10.
Visit our Youth Programs page for more information.

There Should Be A Law.....


For those armchair legal sleuths amongst you the Springfield Library has a wealth of resources on law.  Looking for local ordinances on fences?  Want to know why that ticket was issued to you?  Interested in how Social Security became law?  these and many other questions can be answered at your library!

    With sources ranging from Springfield Township ordinances to state law explained in our 85 volume Purdon's Pennsylvania Consolidated Statues Annotated to U.S. Supreme Court cases in U.S. Reports, the library can provide these and more sources.  Topics such as Social Security, divorce, bankruptcy, living wills, dog law, neighbor law, and others are ready for your investigation.

The librarians at the library are ready to provide these sources for you in your search for information.  Call 610-543-2113 to speak to a librarian.  Please be advised that librarians do not interpret the law for you.  You should consult a lawyer for this purpose.

Pick of the Week


Neighbor Law

by Attorneys Emily Doskow & Lina Guillen

Resolve neighbor conflicts and get peace of mind.  Don't let neighborly nuisance turn into a nasty lawsuit.  Learn your rights and responsibilities with Neighbor Law, the plain-English guide to the laws behind common neighbor disputes.

Neighbor Law is more than a legal guide-it's a practical book filled with tips on how to solve problems and restore good neighbor relations.

The 8th edition includes updated laws and information on mediation and going to court, as well as guidance on how to handle problems such as drug dealing and blighted property.

Available in the Reference section