Missing Person: The West Springfield Police Department has been actively looking for a missing person since Sunday afternoon on January 26th. This man was last seen in the Mittineague park area of town and there is concern for his well-being. We are asking residents in the Mittineague park area to check their property for signs of anything suspicious. Also, please contact the West Springfield Police Department if you observed anyone walking around your neighborhood this past Sunday. The man we are looking for is a white male, approximately 6 feet tall with red hair and hazel eyes. You can get more information and a photograph of the missing person on our Facebook Page. Please call the West Springfield Police Department at 263-3210 x 0 if you have any information that could help us locate this man. Thank you.

DCR - Nature As Your Guide

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Use Nature As Your Guide Program 2019

2019 marks the 12th year of the Use Nature As Your Guide program at the Department of Conservation and Recreation (DCR).  This program offers a MassParks Pass to the West Springfield Park & Recreation Department each year that residents may borrow to visit state parks.  The ParksPass entitles the bearer to free parking for one vehicle (excluding buses or vans) at over 50 facilities in the Massachusetts state parks system that charge a day-use parking fee

MassPark Pass Lending Through West Springfield Park & Recreation

This ParksPass should be borrowed and returned to the West Springfield Park & Recreation Department.  West Springfield Park & Recreation requires a copy of your license to be kept for our records when lending the ParksPass. We encourage you to visit the Department of Conservation & Recreation website for more information about MassParks facilities:

Interested in buying a MassParks Pass for your family?

Passes are also available for individual purchase through the DCR.  Click here for more details. We hope you will take advantage of the Use Nature As Your Guide program.  The DCR looks forward to welcoming West Springfield residents to parks and forests throughout the state so they may enjoy some of Massachusetts special places as well as the benefits of healthy outdoor recreation.