It is our pleasure to announce that the Wells Fargo First Coast Community Investment Committee has selected Springfield Preservation and Revitalization (SPAR) as a 2013 grant recipient. The support is in the amount of $10,000.00 and will help continue the community development work that SPAR has facilitated for over three decades.Read more
Greenscape of Jacksonville, Inc and Springfield Preservation and Revitalization (SPAR) have partnered to make the Springfield historic district just a little bit greener. SPAR is the inaugural participant in Greenscape's new neighborhood program designed to provide trees to communities who value the character, shade, and protection that only full and healthy trees can give. By participating, $2000 worth of Live Oak, Crape Myrtle, and East Palatka Holly trees will be planted in Springfield as part of a volunteer community enhancement project.Read more
Esteemed City Council Representatives,
After two years of deliberative study, Jacksonville replaced the city’s flawed “Fair Share Assessment” process with a well-crafted “Mobility Fee”, part of the award-winning 2030 Mobility Plan. The Plan incorporates the various visioning plans of Jacksonville’s communities, and is designed to incentivize in-town development projects, capitalizing on the city’s existing infrastructure and lessening the burden on taxpayers to subsidize development in far-flung corners of the county.Read more
Springfield Preservation and Revitalization (SPAR) and Springfield Area Merchants and Business Association (SAMBA) are proud to announce an on-going partnership, with SAMBA becoming an affiliate of SPAR as of September 2012.Read more
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