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December 2016 | SNA Newsletter

Seasons Greetings in Springdale

In lieu of our regular monthly meeting, please join us for our annual Holiday Tree Lighting on Sunday, December 4th at 4:00pm. Meet us in the park next to Amore (921 Hope Street) for some holiday cheer and special treats!

On Friday, December 16th from 5pm-7pm, participate in the Springdale Holiday Stroll for a fun night out to support local businesses. Participating businesses include Springdale Pizza, Pine Hill Deli, Village Table, Misto, Prestige Cleaners, Village Tiles, Associated Appliances, Hope Chest Consignments, Heart of Gold, Denis & Gloria Salon and Haydee Coiffures – who is also organizing this event!

Stay safe this holiday season by following these 4 easy steps:

  • Lock your car every time you get out. Take valuables inside your home and if they must remain in your car, do not leave them in plain sight.
  • Watch out for your (and your neighbors!) holiday packages. You can schedule ahead of time to pick up at UPS/FedEx or require a signature so that they don’t sit out in the open for too long.
  • Give yourself a stocking stuffer by replacing your smoke detector – they should be replaced every 10 years.
  • Keep that tree hydrated! Click here to find out why.

It’s not too late to become a 2016-2017 member and support our work. A small donation ($40 for businesses, $25 for families, $15 for individuals, $5 for seniors) goes a long way – you can now pay your membership dues online! Business members will be included in our brand new business directory coming this winter.

Don’t miss out on everything Springdale – like our Facebook page to stay up-to-date on important announcements! As always, contact us with your questions and concerns and let us know how you want to support Springdale. Stay tuned for our 2017 calendar of events. Wishing everyone a happy and healthy end to 2016!


In Case You Missed It!

The City of Stamford is going through a severe water drought. Please read this Stamford Advocate article and take steps to conserve water usage, including this water calculator and testing for water leaks.

The City is currently working on its first-ever Bike and Pedestrian Plan. The public has until December 31st to provide input on problem areas for walkers and bikers. Click here to add your feedback and access data on current bike & pedestrian use, existing facilities and markings, crashes and much more.