Ever wanted to learn how to code or gain web development skills - either for fun or as a career? Access to Treehouse is available free through your Springfield Public Library! Treehouse is an online learning platform that teaches coding and web development across several platforms.
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).
The Springfield Municipal Court is committed to protecting public safety and the rights of all community members while responding to emerging health concerns about COVID-19. Please read on for docket changes effective today, June 22.
Springfield Mayor Christine Lundberg has announced a Blue-Ribbon Panel to advance equity in Springfield.
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.
When the COVID-19 pandemic began, Downtown Springfield Business owner Christopher Bettis wanted to do something for the community he cares about so deeply.
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.
Mayor Lundberg will be recommending that the City fully fund and initiate the proposed body-worn camera program for the Springfield Police Department.
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.
The Springfield Bicycle and Pedestrian Advisory Committee will meet from 6-7:30 p.m., Tuesday, June 9, 2020.