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Community Development Advisory Committee Public Hearing on Use of Coronavirus Funds

The City of Springfield was allocated $327,639 in Community Development Block Grant coronavirus (CDBG-CV) funds to help prevent, prepare for, and respond to coronavirus (COVID-19).

Community Development Advisory Committee Public Hearing on Use of Coronavirus Funds2020-06-23T08:29:00-07:00

Springfield City Hall Gallery Seeks Artists to Exhibit in 2021

City Hall Gallery accommodates two- and three-dimensional art, and invites artists interested in exhibiting solo or in groups. Curated thematic exhibitions are also encouraged to apply.

Springfield City Hall Gallery Seeks Artists to Exhibit in 20212020-06-15T08:37:56-07:00

Springfield Residents: Enter Your Dog in the Canines for Clean Water Contest

Do you have an adorable dog? And enjoy the outdoors? Enter your dog for a chance to be featured in the City of Springfield’s Canines for Clean Water 2021 Calendar.

Springfield Residents: Enter Your Dog in the Canines for Clean Water Contest2020-06-08T09:51:37-07:00

A statement from Mayor Lundberg advocating for full funding of body-worn cameras for SPD

Mayor Lundberg will be recommending that the City fully fund and initiate the proposed body-worn camera program for the Springfield Police Department.

A statement from Mayor Lundberg advocating for full funding of body-worn cameras for SPD2020-06-06T15:40:58-07:00

Springfield Seeks Applicants for Development Code Advisory Committee

The City is continuing to accept applications from Springfield community members to serve on the Development Code Update Project Technical Advisory Committee for the Employment Lands (commercial and Industrial development) phase of the project.

Springfield Seeks Applicants for Development Code Advisory Committee2020-06-03T10:25:20-07:00