Your check-outs are due, let Springfield Public Library help with that! The Springfield Public Library has updated services to begin automatically renewing material for patrons. Eligible items will renew from the original due date.
The City of Springfield is accepting applications for a Springfield citizen representative to the Lane Regional Air Protection Agency (LRAPA) Board. This position will be appointed by the City Council with a term ending January 31, 2021.
There's always a lot happening at your Springfield Public Library. Learn more about the latest teen programs and check out details on a monthly Spanish Language Book Group.
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The Springfield Arts Commission meeting will be held at 6:15 p.m., Tuesday, April 9 in the Jesse Maine Room, inside City Hall, 225 Fifth Street, Springfield.
Poetry Month Reading Challenge Everyone is invited to participate in an Online Reading Challenge with Springfield Public Library in celebration of National Poetry Month! Visit wheremindsgrow.beanstack.org or look for the Beanstack app in your app store and create your free account. No library card required! In April, complete up to 10 challenges to earn tickets [...]
The Springfield Development Code Update Project Technical Advisory Committee will hold their third meeting from 3-5 p.m., Monday, March 11 in the Library Meeting Room located in Springfield City Hall at 225 Fifth Street.
Springfield City Hall and Springfield Public Library will open at noon, today, February 27 due to weather conditions.
Why, where, when and how should Springfield grow over the next 20 years? The Springfield 2030 Plan updates the Comprehensive Plan to guide and support attainment of the community’s livability and economic prosperity goals and redevelopment priorities. The Plan must address and embrace 21st century challenges and opportunities while fulfilling complex State land use planning [...]
We want Springfield to be a family-friendly community for all people in every phase of life; whether it’s just starting out with a new family, or downsizing to a smaller home. We need a diverse housing market that supports employment and families at every phase of life.