City of Springfield Alerts

The City of Springfield is committed to the health and well-being of our community members. We’re working collaboratively with local and state public health officials to help raise awareness and limit the spread of illness. The City has an existing emergency management and operations plan and we will continue to implement actions to maintain critical community services while supporting state and county health efforts.

City Facilities

Effective March 26, 2020, Springfield City Hall is temporarily closed to visitors. This was done in an effort to minimize risk of spreading illness in our community. 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 for certain services.

City Public Meetings & Events

The City is limiting in-person meetings and suspending large events based on State guidance. Physical distancing and other preventative measures will continue to be implemented for essential meetings that cannot be postponed. View the City’s Calendar and the Library’s Calendar for up-to-date meeting and event listings. Future updates will also be provided on the City’s social media sites. Community members without internet access may contact the City at 541.726.3700 for event/meeting information.

If you are planning to apply for a Springfield special event permit go to the City’s Business Licensing page for additional details.

Public Health Resources

Page last updated on 12-23-2020