Sunday October 22, 2017

Enjoy this “Virtual Tour” of Springfield Township and see the community as we do each day. Our goal is to provide you with all the information you need to make your housing decisions. Please contact us if you have any questions or would like to see homes for sale in Springfield Township.

A Virtual Tour of Springfield Township

Incorporated in 1798 as one of the first 104 townships in New Jersey, Springfield is a charming residential town boasting a rich and prominent history.
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    Cannon Ball House

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    Continental Soldier

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    First Presbyterian Church


    Jonathan Dayton High School

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    Baltusrol Golf Club

More About Springfield Township

Springfield Township has a population of approximately 15,800, recorded in 2010 as the highest ever in a decennial census. Springfield ranked in the top 100 of New Jersey Monthly magazines Best Places to Live in New Jersey. Additionally, Newsweek called Springfields Jonathan Dayton High School one of the best in the county. Home of Baltusrol Golf Club ranked 36th Best Classic Course in the country by Golfweek magazine. This prestigious golf course hosted many US Opens, held the PGA Championships in 2005 and will subsequently host this event again in 2016.

Town History

Springfield was first settled in 1717 by the Briant family by way of Hackensack. The town became primarily populated by farmers and lumber workers. During the Revolutionary War the enemy found these goods to be of great value and ransacked the town on multiple occasions. The British efforts were finally ceased in New Jersey at the famous Battle of Springfield in June of 1780. This was one of the last major encounters of the Revolutionary War and resulted in a much needed Continental victory. Most of the town was burned to the ground during this battle, but the Cannon Ball House still stands today and has been converted into a museum. A Continental Soldier statue stands guard out front of Springfields First Presbyterian Church, burned down and rebuilt using the original remaining structure. This statue is regarded as the smallest state park in New Jersey.


Click on any of the schools below for more information

Edward V. Walton School Early Childhood CenterPre-School
The Children's Academy Pre-School
Edward V. Walton SchoolElementary
James Caldwell Elementary SchoolElementary
Thelma L. Sandmeier Elementary SchoolElementary
Florence M. Gaudineer Middle SchoolMiddle School
Jonathan Dayton High SchoolHigh School
Organizations & Activities

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Sarah Bailey Civic CenterCivic Organizations
Raymond Chisholm Community CenterRecreational Facilities
Springfield Community PoolRecreational Facilities
The Rotary Club Of SpringfieldRecreational Facilities
Phone & E-mail Directory

Click on any e-mail address to send an e-mail

Police Department 973.376.0400
Fire Department973.376.7670
Public Library973.376.4930