Springfield’s Stream Team

On hold for 2020

Stream Team features two types of service projects: drop-in events that we host every season, and customized events planned for specific groups.

  1. Drop-in events – Due to COVID-19, Stream Team is taking a break from hosting our own seasonal clean-up events.
  2. Custom group events – All our events are held outdoors, along Springfield’s waterways, so Stream Team offers a fun and safe way for groups to improve the health and beauty our community while maintaining physical distance. We are happy to discuss a custom service project for your group! Please contact us with questions.

About Stream Team

Protecting Springfield’s streams – with your help! Hosted by the City of Springfield’s Stormwater Team, Stream Team is a program connecting individual volunteers and service groups to activities that directly address areas of concern identified by the City, to improve the health and beauty of Springfield’s waterways.

Projects usually consist of planting native plants or picking up litter in locations such as public trails and are completed in a couple hours.

Sign up

Want to improve Springfield’s waterways and enjoy the outdoors? Join Springfield’s Stream Team by signing up to receive updates of upcoming events. You’ll immediately see the impact of your efforts as we clean up litter, plant native vegetation, and remove invasive plants. Both individuals and service groups are encouraged to volunteer. Gloves, tools and guidance are provided. Projects occur along Springfield’s streams, bioswales and rivers.

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Contact Stream Team

Stream Team is a perfect volunteer project for companies and groups! We’re happy to plan an event around your schedule and interests. Either complete the Volunteer Application form below or contact us with your questions, WaterResources@springfield-or.gov or Meghan Murphy at 541.744.3385.