|Welcome to the Town of Springdale - located in Central Newfoundland & Labrador, Canada. With a population of 2,907, Springdale provides small-town appeal with big-town services. The Town of Springdale is the economic and business centre of the Green Bay area, serving smaller outlying communities with a total market area of approximately 12,000. The town is a modern, well-groomed town nestled between rolling hills and rugged coastline of Hall's Bay.
The community acts as a service centre to the Green Bay area & has developed an infrastructure which includes an industrial park, health care facilities, banking institutions, senior citizens complex, restaurants, library, museums and a volunteer fire department. Springdale also boasts an amazing variety of services, small businesses, and industrial enterprises can be found in the community.
Nestled in the heart of Newfoundland, Springdale offers a range of cultural and recreational opportunities, along with access to state-of-the-art health care, education, transportation and communications.
We are proud of the quality of life our residents enjoy and of the services and amenities that help drive our growing economy. Browse the following pages to see why Springdale is one of the best places to live, work and play in Newfoundland!
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*911 Service Now Available
911 service is now available province-wide. Residents of Springdale can reach a 911 call taker by dialing the three digit number on their land lines, or on cellular telephones where a signal can be accessed.
When calling 911, your call will be routed to a 911 call taking center. A live call taker will ask "Do you need police, fire or ambulance?" and "What community are you calling from?" Remain calm and be prepared to give your information to the emergency responder once your call is transferred. Stay on the line and follow instructions. Listen carefully and speak clearly. Know your location (community or area you are in such as building, home address, landmarks, GPS coordinates, road exits/markers, etc.)
Individuals in areas with 911 service are asked to refrain from testing the service (i.e. calling and hanging up). Under the Emergency 911 Act, false, frivolous or vexatious calls to 911 are an offence.
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