Any small business (50 employees or less) currently operating in Springfield will be eligible for a one-time pick-up from either Springfield City Hall or the Springfield Area Chamber of Commerce offices. These masks have been provided by Business Oregon and are meant for either business employees or patrons, at the discretion of the business, and are not medical grade.
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 2020. Visit the Construction Projects page for [...]
Click on to enlarge. Summer is a great time to enjoy bicycling in the sunny weather. For best routes and great paths, check out our Eugene-Springfield Bicycling Map and Resources Guide: Springfield side of map – https://bit.ly/SpfldBikeMap Eugene side of map – https://bit.ly/EugBikeMap While out bicycling help report hazards or concerns you may [...]
We're excited to announce that City Manager Nancy Newton has appointed Niel Laudati as Assistant City Manager. Niel has been Interim Assistant City Manager since August 2019 and has done an exemplary job in that capacity.
The City has published its Street Repair Bond Measure 2019 Annual Report describing the first year’s activities and results.
The 2020 Springfield Elections Information is posted and available from the City of Springfield website and can be viewed at https://bit.ly/2020SpfldVotersInformation.
We are VERY excited to welcome Springfield’s new City Manager Nancy Newton! Please read Newton’s message to the community and join us in welcoming her back to Oregon! https://bit.ly/NewCityManagerMessage. You can also sign up to directly receive future newsletters where you'll hear from the City Manager about our efforts. Sign up at https://bit.ly/SpringfieldConnectionSignUp.
The City of Springfield is a committed to your health and well-being. We’re working collaboratively with local and state public health officials to help raise awareness and limit the spread of illness. Our Springfield Alerts page will be updated to reflect current information about changes or impacts at the City. You will also find links [...]
The City of Springfield's 32nd Annual Spring Clean Up has been postponed to fall 2020 with the new date to be selected.
Storm Drain Murals Brighten Up Downtown Springfield Downtown Springfield is home to sixteen unique storm drain murals, painted since 2015. Most recently five new murals were 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 waterways clean, and [...]