Government and Non-Profits

Churches

     Featured Business!
Lighthouse Chapel
35811 Rio Vista Dr.
P.O. Box 760
Springville, CA 93265
Tel: 559-539-3621
Email: lighthousechapel@ocsnet.net
Website: facebook.com/SpringvilleLighthouse
About:
Promoting faith, encouraging adventure. Small group/Bible studies held throughout the week.
Sunday's service: 9:30AM; youth (Jr./Sr. High): 11AM with lunch provided.

Springville Church of the Nazarene
Mark Leeper,
Pastor
35384 Lenard Rd. Springville, CA 93265
Tel: 559-539-2884
Email: mark@springvillenaz.com
Website: www.springvillenaz.com
About: Church


Schools


Springville Child Care
P.O. Box 770
35464 Ward Ave Springville, CA 93265

Tel: 559-539-5750
Email: teddievelte@springvillewireless.com
Website: Coming Soon!
About:
Childcare, ages 0-12yrs. Offers many pre-school activities; serves 2 meals and a snack.


                                      Government

Sequoia National Forest

1839 S. Newcomb St. Porterville, CA 93257
Tel:
559-784-1500
Email: Mailroom_Sequoia@fs.fed.gov
Website: www.fs.usda.gov/sequoia
About: Forest Service

Tulare County Board of Supervisors
2800 W. Barrel Visalia, CA 93291
Tel: 559-636-5000
About: Mike Ennis, Supervisor District 5- Tulare County


USDA Forest Sevice, District Ranger 
32588 Hwy. 190, Springville, CA 93265 
Tel: 559-539-2607
Email: psummers@fs.fed.us 
Website: www.fs.fed.us/r5/sequoia 
About: The Forest Service is one of the largest employers in Springville and maintains a presence in downtown Springville by financially support (in part) the Springville Visitor's Center.






Non-Profits

Springville Sierra Sunrise Rotary
P.O. Box 873 Porterville, CA 93258

Tule River Historical Society
P.O. Box 1208 Springville, CA 93265
34902 Hwy 190, Springville, CA
About: Historical society and sponsor of Tule River Historical Museum.
Open Sundays and Tuesdays 10-4. Call Betty to confirm: (559) 539-6314


Springville Community Club
P.O. Bos 424, Springville CA 93265
35680 Hwy 190, Springville CA
(559) 539-3993
About: The club's Motto is "Friendship and Service."  The club operates The Patton House, a gift and thrift shop with profits returned to the community in the form of donations and scholarships, helps sponsor the summer concert in the park series, and holds a variety of social and service events such as Ice Cream Social, Book Tea, Bunco parties, Plant Sale and more. Meets the fourth Thursday of every month except July and August.




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