Celebrating authors and Bilingual (Spanish and English language) Virtual Storytimes are some of the programs at your library!
Draft inventories of Springfield’s water features (wetlands and riparian corridors) within the City’s Urban Growth Boundary expansion areas are ready for review and comments.
The Springfield City Council is seeking an interim Councilor to serve Ward 1 (northwest Springfield/Gateway area), through December 31, 2022. Community members interested in this opportunity must apply by February 1, 2021.
The Springfield City Council selected Councilor Sean VanGordon to serve as Springfield’s Interim Mayor effective immediately.
The City is seeking applications for two open positions on the Springfield Budget Committee and one position on the Springfield Economic Development Agency’s Budget Committee.
“Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s legacy continues to resonate, impact, and command attention,” said Springfield Council President Steve Moe, who is functioning as Interim Mayor.
These pieces explore, express or reflect on the exhibition’s core concepts that include bringing light to the darkness, shedding light on the cultural and racial diversity in our community, and offering a light of hope for the new year.
Local leaders have come together to issue a statement denouncing today’s events in Washington, D.C. and calling for communities to come together to participate in civil democracy.
Springfield Public Librarians are always coming up with new and great programming for the Springfield community. Check out what's coming up!