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Courtesy of Springfield Police Department.

SPRINGFIELD, Massachusetts (WWLP) – The Springfield Police Department’s Law Enforcement Unit conducted a quality of life inspection in the area of ​​Orange and Oakland Streets on Wednesday.

The aim of the initiative is to improve the living conditions of residents in the district.


During the raid, 47 violations of the ordinance and 16 parking tickets were found. Officers also towed two vehicles, one of which was stolen and the other unregistered.

“These raids are an integral part of our ongoing efforts to improve the quality of life in Springfield,” said Captain Martin. “We will continue these raids throughout the spring and summer to address common ordinance issues and provide a safe environment for our residents.”

Police urge residents to familiarize themselves with the general ordinance questions in the Good Neighbor Handbook.

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