Hanging out on the porch.
Outdoor Kids Movie Night in the Springfield Historic District.
Zen front porch on Perry Street.. Photo by Chris Cahill.
Street art graces the walls of a historic house for the owner's "colorful" birthday party.
PRS running group meets at Three Layers Cafe regularly to train in the neighborhood.
Cook out at Shanty Town with friends. Photo by Jenny Kubicki.
Screen shot from "The Convert", a short film shot in SPR and Downtown Jax. The heroine checks to make sure she's not being followed on Laura Street.
Best. Doormat. Ever.
The entrepreneurial spirit is strong in the neighborhood!
Community Pool at 2nd & Ionia
Mian Street from above. 4th & Main looking south to Downtown. Pic by Michael Trautmann.
Main Street from above. 4th & Main looking north. Pic by Michael Trautmann.
Kids help pick veggies from one of the many community gardens in the neighborhood.
Yes, that's a goat in the alley. Photo by ...shhhh.
Dueling bicycles. Photo by Debra Heuskin-Adloff.
Morning Over Klutho Park & Hogans Creek. Photo by James Smith.
Photo by Debra Heuskin-Adloff
Photo by James Smith
Evening sunset on Hubbard Street. Photo by Laura Minor.
Roses and jasmine on a white picket fence.
Skating in SPR
Vegan cupcakes for sale at community yard sale.
Front porch sitting!
A random window on Main Street features a mix of art and interesting items, by lamp light. What is it? A mystery....
Shad Khan, the Jacksonville Jaguars owner and multi-billionaire, visits the Springfield historic district to explore ways he can make a impact in the city.
Bike to the bank!
Mural project at Andrew Robinson Elementary School. Photo from www.jacksonville.com
Neighbors help build a labyrinth and garden, near 10th & Silver at St. Johns Lutheran Church. Now finished and open to the public.
Klutho Park bandstand lite up with holiday lights, photo by Edward Bittof.
Family time in SPR.
Not an unsual sight, but comes with the territory.
Represent your neighborhood with this car decal!
Main Street has unlimited potential, like this unpolished gem, but much work to be done to achive that potential.
Free shoes! Funny things like are one of the unique charms of transitional neighborhoods.
Exotic birds in SPR, courtesy of www.springfieldmommies.com
Mayor Alvin Brown and Board members of SPAR talk about the neighborhood at 3rd & Main.
One of the unique quirks of the neighborhood...
Family walking to the dog park.
Mature, old growth trees provide plenty of shade in the Summer.
Neighborhood sculpture dedication.
Photo by JB Mayberry
unwashed orginial ballustrades and bridge in Klutho Park, circa 1929
Kids in the park