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Historic Midtown

The Midtown Neighborhood Association, established in 1989, has a mission to promote and preserve the character and quality of living in the Midtown Neighborhood, including Springfield's largest nationally registered historic district. We strive to do this through a variety of events designed to bring neighbors together and bring the rest of the city to Midtown.

When one thinks of Midtown, beautiful, old houses normally come to mind. Old homes might be our anchor to this historic part of Springfield, but it's the people that have chosen to live here that make it a neighborhood.

Many things bring us together, but it's the love of this area and the sense of well being and community that hold us here.

   

Spring Clean up May 10th

Curbside pick up returns!

Time to haul off any and all trash still lingering around the house. Once again Dumpsters will be set up on the Cox Parking lot from 8am to Noon.

We can accept nearly everything EXCEPT- TIRES, PAINTS, CHEMICALS, TURPINTINES (any hazardous liquids) TV'S, COMPUTERS (or anything with a monitor) MICROWAVES, anything with FREON. There is a $3 charge for hot water heater disposal.

Curbside pick up returns this year thanks to the help of Drury Students. If you are unable to haul your items to Cox North please call Brian Shipman to arrange for pick up, 880-2855.

There will be a crew available to clean any alleys or other places with litter or heavy debris. Please call Brian 880-2855 with information about those neighborhood areas that need attention!

spring clean up

   

 

MIDTOWN NEIGHBORHOOD WATCH
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