Home and property owners play a big part in keeping Springfield's rivers clean. To discover the great things you're already doing as well as other strategies that our Stormwater Team has found the most helpful, check out our new brochure, "Clean Water Starts at Home."
Watch the State of the City Address and hear how resilience, resourcefulness, and renewing our commitments to each other offers hope amid challenges and provides the foundation for Springfield’s future.
Any small business (50 employees or less) currently operating in Springfield is eligible for a pick-up or delivery. Businesses are now allowed to make a request for replenishment one time per month.
Take an approximately 2-mile stroll around and through downtown Springfield to view our current UpStream Art collection, consisting of 26 eye-catching storm drain murals.
If the proposed measure passes, this levy would maintain Springfield’s current model of emergency response for fire protection, rescue, hazardous materials release and mitigation, and emergency medical response by helping fund staffing and equipment to maintain and operate one of the five fire engine crews serving Springfield.
Any small business (50 employees or less) currently operating in Springfield will be eligible for a one-time pick-up or drop off of face masks. 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.