Community members and the media are invited to attend the fourth annual UpStream Art event, where local artists will paint storm drain murals in Springfield. Five artists will be creating murals on the ground, and the community is invited to watch from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Saturday, August 24 at the Booth-Kelly trailhead [...]
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The City of Springfield's Development and Public Works Department oversees the design and construction of a variety of projects throughout the City as well as the ongoing maintenance once the projects are completed. There are several construction and maintenance projects related to streets occurring in summer and fall 2019. Visit the Construction Projects page for [...]
Virginia Avenue and Daisy Street have been identified for street design changes to provide a safe and comfortable bicycle corridor that can be used by people of all ages and abilities. The corridor will provide an east-west bike network option, that will serve as an alternative to Main Street. Additionally, the project strives to enhance [...]
The Springfield Bicycle and Pedestrian Advisory Committee Planning subcommittee will meet at 5:30 p.m., Tuesday, March 26 at Springfield City Hall, 225 Fifth Street, in Conference Room 3. The Planning subcommittee meeting will be used to discuss and work on the 2019 BPAC Work Plan...
Springfield City Hall opened at 8 a.m., today, March 1. City Operations Division staff continue to...
Springfield’s Main Street is consistently ranked as one of the most unsafe city streets in Oregon based on the severity and frequency of traffic crashes. The City of Springfield and the Oregon Department of Transportation have launched the Main Street Safety Project to address this safety problem. Over the next two years, we will engage our Springfield community and [...]
The Purpose of the Development Code Update Project is to change the Springfield Development Code to support efficient, timely, and clear development review. The updated Development Code will support Springfield’s economic development priorities and will honor Springfield’s home town feel now and in the future. Visit the project page here.