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.
The Springfield City Council has adopted an automatic extension of business licenses and is postponing renewal payments until September 30, 2020 for businesses in Springfield that are required to have a business license from the City to operate within the city limits.
The City of Springfield Municipal Courts is continuing its modified services plan to help reduce the spread of illness in our community.
In response to the State’s Stay Home, Stay Safe order to practice physical distancing and to meet the current guidance on the size limit of gatherings and events, the City has made the decision as part of its COVID-19 response to postpone the 32nd Annual Spring Clean Up.
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 2019 Bond Measure Annual Report online describing the first year’s activities and results.
The City has published its Street Repair Bond Measure 2019 Annual Report describing the first year’s activities and results.
The temporary library closure isn’t stopping Springfield Public Library from serving local teens!
The City of Springfield Budget adoption process kicks off with both the City of Springfield Budget Committee and the Springfield Economic Development Agency Budget Committee meetings on May 5.