Springdale Neighborhood Association Upcoming Meetings
May 10, 2018 – 6:45 pm meeting, Weed Memorial & Hollander Branch Library,
1143 Hope ST
June 14, 2018 – Annual meeting and election, 6:45 pm, Weed Memorial & Hollander Branch Library, 1143 Hope ST.
Previous 2018 Meetings
March 8, 2018 – Conversation with our Springdale Board of Representative reps – who they are, what it’s like, what they’re doing, and their questions for us! 6:45 pm meeting, Weed Memorial & Hollander branch Ferguson Library, 1143 Hope ST.
January 11, 2018 – CANCELLED 6:45 pm meeting, Weed Memorial & Hollander branch Ferguson Library, 1143 Hope ST.
January 17, 2018 – 5:30 pm – Join us for a SNA Meet Up at Upper Deck Fitness, 72 Camp AV. Come dressed to put your new year’s resolutions to work in a variety of sample routines! Wine, small bites, and conversation with neighbors afterwards.
January 12 – Aquarion’s Peter Fazekas on our water system and situation – bimonthly meeting starts 6:45 pm Weed Memorial & Hollander Branch Library
February 15 – Mayor Martin Presentation to Springdale
March 8 – Stamford Police Chief Jonathan Fontneau and Captain Sue Bretthauer joined us at 6:45 pm Stamford Twin Rinks
May 6 – Springdale Spring Clean-Up 9:00am-11:00am
May 11 – Meet the City of Stamford’s new Transportation Bureau Chief, James Travers at 6:45 pm Weed Memorial & Hollander Branch Library
June 8 – Annual meeting and election of officers – 6:45 pm Weed Memorial & Hollander Branch Library
September 14 – Open topic discussion
November 9 – bimonthly meeting 6:45 pm Weed Memorial & Hollander Branch Library. Open discussion with Ralph Blessing, Land Use Bureau Chief, on village commercial district, Springdale parking ratios (your input on congestion spots needed), and zoning violations and enforcement. Bring your questions and input! Added guest: Frank Petise, one of Stamford’s new traffic engineers, in charge of parking.
December 3, 2017 – 4 pm, Springdale Holiday Tree Lighting (see flyer below): Join us for holiday singing by local children’s groups, enjoy hot cocoa and cookies. Each child will receive a free gift. Santa will arrive to greet the children in an antique fire engine, and the child who is the lucky ticket holder will raise the wand to light the tree! The event is free. Location: Marilyn Trefry Park, Hope @ Largo Dr. For more information, contact email@example.com .
A box will be available for those who wish to make food donations to Lower Fairfield County Food bank (canned or nonperishable goods).
FOLLOWING THE EVENT, THE SECOND ANNUAL SPRINGDALE HOLIDAY STROLL TAKES PLACE ON HOPE STREET, WITH OVER 20 PARTICIPATING STORES AND BUSINESSES! (Organized by Bernard de la Rivera, Haydee Coiffures)