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City Continues Mitigation Measures: Update on Service Changes

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

City Continues Mitigation Measures: Update on Service Changes2020-03-17T16:55:42-07:00

Vehicle Pursuit/Stolen

Incident:                   Vehicle Pursuit/Stolen Vehicle Location:                    Mohawk Blvd. / I-105 Case Number:           20-697 Date/Time:                1/24/20 @ 2056 hrs. Arrested:                   Fryer-Keating, Trenton Lee, 24 years old, Eugene Charges: Unauthorized Use of Vehicle, Possession of a Stolen Vehicle, Elude by Vehicle, Elude by Foot, Reckless Driving, Reckless Endangering, Carry Concealed Firearm [...]

Vehicle Pursuit/Stolen2020-01-27T08:49:07-08:00

Second Friday Artwalk Features Mayor’s Art Show Award Winners

The Springfield Arts Commission is pleased to feature the work of three Springfield Arts Commission Award winners from the Mayor’s Art Show in the City Hall Gallery: Dennis Werst, Jo Dunnick, and Euphemia Wesley.

Second Friday Artwalk Features Mayor’s Art Show Award Winners2020-01-08T10:52:20-08:00

22nd Annual Martin Luther King, Jr. March & Celebration

The 22nd annual MLK March and Celebration showcases the achievements and talents of local students. It's a celebration recognizing Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. through K-12 student entries of essays, speeches, poetry, and art. The theme for this year’s event is “Justice for Everyone.”

22nd Annual Martin Luther King, Jr. March & Celebration2019-12-26T11:34:04-08:00

Plank Town Presents Springfilm: Who Framed Roger Rabbit

A live-action/animated comedy film might not sound very tense but Who Framed Roger Rabbit will keep you on the ‘Edge of Your Seat’ at 6:30 p.m., Thursday, December 5 at the Wildish Community Theater.

Plank Town Presents Springfilm: Who Framed Roger Rabbit2019-11-22T10:08:30-08:00

City Hall Gallery Features Exhibitions by Merle Rothweiler, B. Rothweiler and Native Artists

The Springfield Arts Commission is pleased to present three exhibitions in City Hall Gallery featuring work by Merle Rothweiler, B. Rothweiler, and native artists. The show will run from November 1-30, 2019 with an opening reception from 5-7 p.m., Friday, November 8.

City Hall Gallery Features Exhibitions by Merle Rothweiler, B. Rothweiler and Native Artists2019-10-30T13:04:19-07:00