Clean water contributes to our quality of life. We rely on clean water for drinking water, economic success, recreation and wildlife habitat. Stormwater runoff can contribute to a variety of pollutants that threaten our community's waterways: heavy metals such as mercury, bacteria such as E. coli, and toxins like motor oil, just to name a few. To keep our waterways clean, we need to keep stormwater clean. The City of Springfield is working hard to protect water quality, but we need your help. If you see spills or illegal dumping, please contact us.
Report spills, illegal dumping and other serious problems to the City of Springfield's Water Pollution Reporting Hotline, (541) 726-3694.