In response to Governor Kate Brown’s “Stay Home, Save Lives” executive order, Springfield Public Library has moved the library card sign-up process online and will issue digital cards without proof-of-address.
The physical library might be closed but you can still ‘Read, Learn & Explore…. At Home!’ with help from the Springfield Public Library!
The Springfield Public Library has launched a brand new YouTube channel – the place to go for stories, songs, chants, crafts, exercises, poetry and more!
To help reduce the risk of spreading illness and ensure physical distancing measures are followed, the City is providing online and audio options to participate.
The City of Springfield and Springfield Area Chamber of Commerce are partnering to promote the Stay Home Support Local initiative, with an emphasis on making it easier for local businesses to connect with their community and patrons.
The City remains committed to serving the community while responding to health concerns about COVID-19. Community members are encouraged to conduct business with the City online, via email, or by appointment.
Lane County, the City of Springfield, the City of Eugene and Community Lending Works have come together to create a Small Business Emergency Loan Fund (SBELF) to help our local businesses weather COVID-19 related impacts.
The City of Springfield is temporarily suspending our Downtown Springfield parking program activities.
The City is modifying some service operations in order to reduce the number of people who need to come into City facilities. The City will continue to inform the community of any changes in service via media, social media, and via our website at: https://www.springfield-or.gov/city-of-springfield-alerts
The City of Springfield Mayor and Council has appointed Nancy Newton to serve as Springfield City Manager.