Storm Drain Murals Brighten Up Downtown Springfield Downtown Springfield is home to sixteen unique storm drain murals painted over the past three years, and five new murals will be installed August 23 and 24, 2019 at the Booth-Kelly trailhead of the Mill Race path. Local artists create designs with a visual message about keeping our [...]
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Pxxxxx - Project Name Engineers Estimate: Between $000 to $000 Project Description Work consists of....... View Abridged Bid Book If the pre-bid meeting is listed as MANDATORY bids will not be accepted from bidders unless it can be confirmed by a signature on the Pre-Bid Meeting Sign-in Sheet that a representative [...]
Do you know what an Accessory Dwelling Unit (ADU) is? It’s a fancy name for a house on a piece of land that also has a main, larger house. An ADU is a great way to live close to older family members, so they may age in an independent home near loved ones. ADUs can [...]
Springfield City Hall and Springfield Public Library will open at noon, today, February 26 due to weather conditions. Springfield Municipal Court will remain closed today due to weather and staffing limitations.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE January 16, 2019 Contact: Amber Fossen 541-726-3695 Springfield Public Library Open House & New Library Update People are using the Springfield Public Library more than ever before. The existing library location does not allow for adequate technology, library programming or community meeting space and is difficult to access for many people. Together [...]
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE January 16, 2019 Contact: Amber Fossen, 541.726.3695 or 541.968.8496 Applicants Sought for City Budget Committee The City is seeking applications for two open positions on the Springfield Budget Committee and one position on the Springfield Economic Development Agency’s (or SEDA) Budget Committee. The deadline for submitting applications is 5 p.m., [...]
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE January 16, 2018 Contact: Loralyn Spiro, 541.726.2233 or 541.285.6205 or Amber Fossen, 541.726.3695 or 541.968.8496 The Springfield Development Code Update Project Technical Advisory Committee will hold their first meeting from 3-5 p.m., Wednesday, January 23, 2019 in the Emergency Operations Center (EOC) located in the Springfield Justice Center at 230 Fourth Street. [...]
Download the Public Hearing Notice A PUBLIC HEARING OF THE SPRINGFIELD PLANNING COMMISSION WILL BE HELD ON TUESDAY FEBRUARY 5, 2019 AT 7:00 P.M.; AND A PUBLIC HEARING OF THE SPRINGFIELD CITY COUNCIL WILL BE HELD ON MONDAY MARCH 18, 2019 AT 7:00 P.M. BOTH HEARINGS WILL BE HELD IN THE COUNCIL CHAMBERS, SPRINGFIELD CITY [...]
The January 25 event is part of Oregon Humanities’ statewide Conversation Project. What are the stories that shape how we think about growing old? How do we acknowledge the unique differences among aging individuals and separate the true stories from the myths? How do we accept the wisdom of our elders’ experiences while also recognizing new ideas about what it means to age in America? No matter our age, we all hear and tell stories about growing older that reflect our own ideals and fears – and the ideals and fears of our communities.
The library will be closed Monday, January 21 and close early on Saturday, January 26. Springfield Public Library will be closed on Monday, January 21 to observe Martin Luther King Jr. Day. The book drop will be open to receive returned items. The library will reopen at 10 a.m., Tuesday, January 22 and resume regular hours.