Between now and June 9, the City of Springfield’s Stormwater Team is looking for artists of all ages and from anywhere in Oregon to apply for this summer’s mural-painting project, UpStream Art.
The effort is now expanding from primarily facemasks to include hand sanitizer stands, gloves, and touchless thermometers as well.
The City of Springfield is accepting applications for two positions on its seven-member Planning Commission. All Commission seats are volunteer, at-large positions with no ward restrictions.
A is for Aquarium and Aquatic Animals, B de Burbujas y Bacalao. Bilingual stories abound in Springfield’s Día de los niños, día de los libros events this spring.
The City of Springfield Budget adoption process kicks off with the first meeting of the City of Springfield Budget Committee on April 27.
The Springfield Arts Commission is pleased to announce two exhibitions from Heritage Arts Grant award recipients, Helen Liu and Barbara Counsil. Both exhibitions celebrate environmentally informed artwork and will be on display around Earth Day (April 22) in Downtown Springfield.
Fascinating Folks, Springfilm, and Celebrating Authors is all coming up at your Springfield Public Library!
The City of Springfield selected use of force expert Rick Braziel to lead an independent assessment into events surrounding a demonstration in Thurston on July 29, 2020. The independent assessment is now available.
As part of the Bond measure the City committed to Springfield taxpayers to provide an annual Bond Report describing project activity. The City has published its 2020 Annual Report online describing the second year’s activities and includes a list of the streets to be fixed in 2021.
On Tuesday, March 16th, 8 people, 6 of whom were of Asian descent, were tragically killed in a hate crime in Atlanta, GA. I want to express our condolences and sympathy to the community of Atlanta, GA for their loss.