We've created the City of Springfield Alerts webpage for community members to quickly find COVID-19 updates for the City including any changes to City operations or events. We've also rounded up links to trusted sources for COVID-19 information.
Starting tomorrow, March 14, the Springfield Public Library and Springfield Museum will temporarily be closed to the community through March 31. The City of Springfield has decided to close the Springfield Public Library to help reduce risk and slow the spread of COVID-19 in Oregon.
Following Oregon Governor Kate Brown’s new statewide mitigation measures to slow the spread of COVID-19 in Oregon, the City of Springfield is limiting our in-person meetings and suspending large events hosted by the City.
Lane County residents age 60 and older can now receive free legal consultations at the Springfield Public Library. The Senior Law Services program is from 2-4 p.m., two Wednesday afternoons each month.
Thousands of books and lots of CDs, DVDs, and audio tapes will be available to community members looking to find a good deal and raise funds for the Springfield Public Library. Books will be $2 or less. Unique and collectible books will be available at special pricing.
Have a party coming up and want a piñata? Or just wonder how they are made? Teens – make piñatas with Marianne Walker at 4:30 p.m., Tuesday, March 17 in the Library Meeting Room at Springfield Public Library. It is free!
The City and Oregon Department of Transportation have launched their second online open house as part of community engagement efforts for the planning phase of the Main Street Safety Project.
The City of Springfield Mayor and Council has directed staff to negotiate a contract with Nancy Newton to serve as Springfield City Manager.
The Springfield Arts Commission is pleased to feature the Earth, Sky and Water, an exhibition of plein-air painting by artist Mara Thyegeson in the City Hall Gallery, and Dye Like a Natural: Exploring Natural Dyes, an exhibition of dyed work by Bertha Holt Elementary students.
“Bias and Kids: How Do our Prejudices Affect Our Children?” is a free conversation with Verónika Nuñez and Kyrié Kellett at 6 p.m., Thursday, March 5 in Springfield City Hall located at 225 Fifth Street. This program is hosted by City of Springfield’s Committee for Diversity and Inclusion and sponsored by Oregon Humanities.