Springfield Public Library staff was honored at Springfield City Council last night for their For Every Student, A Library project. The State Library Board recently voted unanimously to award For Every Student, A Library the LSTA Project of the Year.
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New E-Commerce Business Finds Ideal Location in Oregon, Opening New Sales and Service Center in Springfield
Wayfair Inc., a global home furnishings online retailer, is opening a new sales and customer service center in Springfield, Oregon. The 50,000 square foot facility, located within the new PacificSource business campus, is expected to employ 600 full-time customer service, sales, human resources, and management positions.
Come watch the hit movie based on the novel, Ready Player One. Teens are invited to watch the movie at 4:30 on Tuesday, January 15, at Springfield Public Library, 225 5th St, Springfield. This movie is rated PG-13. Springfield Celebrates Author Bill Sullivan on ‘New Hikes in Oregon’.
Community members are invited to attend this free event to learn more about what has been done and what’s to come for Springfield, Oregon. The event will include light refreshments and music following the Address in the City Hall Lobby.
Library users of all ages are invited to participate in our first ever Winter Reading Program for the opportunity to “read down your fines” (up to $10 per library account!) and earn chances for prize drawings.
Walking through Downtown Springfield, you’ll notice it has become a lot more colorful in the last five years. It’s due in part to the City Manager’s Office Community Art Program which spearheaded a 5-year public art plan that includes notable downtown pieces like The Official Simpsons Mural (a two-time winner of the Certificate of Excellence [...]
Did you know Springfield is a Bicycle Friendly Community? We sure are. The League of American Bicyclists recognized the Springfield community for its improvements and support of bicycle transportation. Springfield City Hall was also recognized by Travel Oregon as a Bike Friendly Business. Springfield’s road and path system, including the Mill Race Path and Thurston [...]
Lined throughout Downtown Springfield are about 100 street lights that harken back to a time gone by. While they have a retro feel, they’re actually using advanced technologies. We purchased the decorative light fixtures from the City of San Diego for $85 each then renovated them for LED lighting. The LED light source allows for lower [...]
SPRINGFIELD ARTS COMMISSION, December 11, 2018 Meeting. The Springfield Arts Commission meeting will be held at 6:30 p.m., Tuesday, December 11 in the Jesse Maine Room, inside City Hall, 225 Fifth Street, Springfield, OR. The community is welcome to attend.
The City of Springfield is accepting applications for one position on its seven-member Planning Commission. All Commission seats are volunteer, at-large positions with no ward restrictions. Applicants may be residents of the city or may reside between the city limits and the city’s urban growth boundary.