Development & Public Works Department

The Development and Public Works (DPW) Department is organized into five divisions:

  • Community Development: looks at the long-term future of the community and how we might grow. AIC Manager, Sandy Belson

  • Current Development: oversees changes to property inside the City or the Urban Growth Boundary around it. AIC Manager, Sandy Belson

  • Environmental Services: protects Springfield’s water resources by managing a stormwater program and partnering in the regional wastewater program. Manager, Matt Stouder

  • Operations: keeps the City’s systems- streets (including traffic signals), wastewater, stormwater- running smoothly. Manager, Brian Conlon
  • Administration: oversees department budget, provides front counter customer service, and public information and outreach. Interim Director, Tom Boyatt

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News and Public Notices

NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING

A PUBLIC HEARING OF THE SPRINGFIELD PLANNING COMMSSION WILL BE HELD ON TUESDAY MAY 7, 2019 AT 7:00 P.M.; AND A PUBLIC HEARING OF THE SPRINGFIELD CITY COUNCIL WILL BE HELD ON MONDAY JUNE 3, 2019 AT 7:00 P.M. BOTH HEARINGS WILL BE HELD IN THE CITY COUNCIL CHAMBERS, SPRINGFIELD CITY HALL, 225 FIFTH STREET, SPRINGFIELD, OREGON , TO CONSIDER THE FOLLOWING PROPOSAL:

  • Type I Metro Plan Amendment and concurrent Zoning Map Amendment.  Proposal to amend the adopted Metro Plan Diagram and Gateway Refinement Plan to change the land use designation for a 13.6 acre parcel from a combination of Commercial and Low Density Residential (LDR).  Concurrent with the Metro Plan amendment. the proposal would amend the Springfield Zoning Map to change the zoning from the parcel from LDR to Mixed Use Commercial (MUC).  For Complete Notice Click Here

The City of Springfield is updating its Total Maximum Daily Load Implementation Plan (TMDL IP). You may access the draft TMDL IP here. If you would like to provide feedback, please email waterresources@springfield-or.gov by May 1, 2019; Please put “TMDL IP Feedback” in the subject line and please do not include attachments.

  • The City of Springfield’s TMDL IP program describes strategies the City will implement to reduce temperature, bacteria, and mercury pollution in the Willamette and McKenzie Rivers. The TMDL program was developed nationally in response to Section 303(d) of the Clean Water Act.
  • The goal of the City’s TMDL IP is to identify and prioritize measures the City will take to minimize, to the maximum extent practicable, temperature, bacteria, and mercury contributions to surface waters within the jurisdictional control of the City over the next five years.  It does not propose ordinances, or establish or limit land use, but focuses on education, inspection, municipal operations, and partnerships to reduce specific sources of contamination within the City’s jurisdiction, and improve water quality.
Master Fees and Charges Schedule as of July 1, 2018

Projects Underway

Virginia-Dasiy Project

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 [...]

Main Street Safety Project

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 [...]

Development Code Update Project

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 [...]

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Contact Us

Hours-Administration8 a.m. to noon, 1- 4 p.m., Monday-Friday
Address 225 Fifth Street, Springfield Oregon, 97477
Phone541.726.3753
Fax541.726.2309
Emaildpw@springfield-or.gov
Hours-Operations8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday-Friday
Address201 S. 18th Street, Springfield Oregon, 97477
Phone 541.726.3761/Service Request 541.726.3761
Fax541.726.3621
Emaildpw@springfield-or.gov
AIC Director541.744.3373/Tom Boyatt
Building Inspection Line 541.726.3769
Business Licenses541.726.3662
Community Development541.736.7135
Comprehensive Planning541.736.7135
Emergency Management541.736.1026
Engineering541.726.3753
Environmental Services 541.726.3694
Housing541.736.1039/Fax 541.726.2309
Planning & Building Permits541.726.3753/541.726.3759