The Fountain at Thompson Triangle St James, Worthington, and Dartmouth

The Historic McKnight Neighborhood

Developed between 1870 and 1900, McKnight is the largest and most intact, wood-frame, late-nineteenth century neighborhood in New England. Among its more than 800 houses are some of the most elegant homes in Springfield. McKnight is many things but most of all a community. Check out why we think McKnight is special.

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McKnight Neighborhood Meeting This Tuesday, June 14
Rebecca Johnson School, 55 Catharine Street, 6pm--8pm
Guest speaker Nick Cocchi, Candidate for Hampden County Sheriff.
The Board will vote on a request for recommendation from Patrick Asselin, who has proposed opening a used car lot at 145 Armory Street.
The meeting is open to the public, and all McKnight residents and interested guests are welcome to attend.

2016 Annual Board of Directors Election

The annual election for the Board of Directors for the McKnight Neighborhood Council was held at the block party on June 11. Seven of fifteen seats were open for election. The following people were elected to the Board. District 1: Lloyd A Creswell, Nikolaos Panteleakis, Benjamin Swan, Jr District 2: Walter Kroll, Elizabeth Stevens District 3: Lorenzo Gaines, Giselle Vizcarrondo