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The Development and Public Works (DPW) Department is organized into five divisions:

  • Community Development: looks at the long-term future of the community and how we might grow. Interim Manager, Sandy Belson
  • Current Development: oversees changes to property inside the City or the Urban Growth Boundary around it. Manager, Sandy Belson
  • Environmental Services: protects Springfield's water resources by managing a stormwater program and partnering in the regional wastewater program. Manager, Matt Stouder
  • Operations: keeps the City's systems- streets (including traffic signals), wastewater, stormwater- running smoothly. Manager, Brian Conlon
  • Administration: oversees department budget, provides front counter customer service, and public information and outreach. Interim Director, Tom Boyatt

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Springfield Needs You!                                                                                                                         Link to Application *

Applications are currently being accepted for the City of Springfield Planning Commission.  Click here for the full application.  Please note, there are additional supplemental questions that must be submitted with the application. The deadline to apply is Tuesday, September 4, 2018

  • NOTE: Applications will only be accepted during an open recruitment period. The open recruitment period is from the date of the News Release advertising the vacancy and the deadline for applications to be turned into the City Manager's Office.  Email your completed application to cmomail@springfield-or.gov
  • When possible, council will not appoint people currently serving on another governing body to the Planning Commission or Budget Committee.
  • When appointing people to any of the other city boards, commissions or committees, the Council shall take into account whether that person is being reappointed for a subsequent term, is currently serving on another governing body or currently appointed to another city board, commission or committee.
  • When possible, the Council will appoint people to serve on one City board, commission or committee only.

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811-18-000081-Typ4; The applicant has initiated annexation of the subject property on Deadmond Ferry Rd. Upon annexation, the subject property will be transferred to Springfield jurisdiction in accordance with an agreement between Lane County and the City of Springfield. The Springfield City Council will hear all testimony for and against the proposal on Tuesday September 4, 2018, at 7:00 p.m. at 225 Fifth Street in Springfield City Hall Council Chambers. Click here for complete notice.

811-18-000101-Type 4;The Springfield City Council has initiated annexation of linear segments of Public right-of-way along 19th Street abd Yolanda Avenue in the Hayden Bridge neighborhood of Springfield. Upon annexation, the subject rights-of-way willbe transferred to Springfield jurisdiction in accordance with an agreement between Lane County and the City of Springfield.The Springfield City Council will hear all testimony for and against the proposal on Tuesday, September 4, 2018 at 7:00 pm at 225 Fifth Street in Springfield City Hall Council Chambers.
Click here for complete notice.

811-18-000099-TYP4; A request for annexation to the City of Springfield has been received from Alic J. Eickmeyer, owner of property on Tamarack Street just north of Centennial Elementary School. The subject annexation is requested to allow for emergency connection to City sanitary sewer service due to a failed septic system on the property. The Springfield City Council will hear all testimony for and against the proposal on Tuesday, September 4, 2018 at 7:00 pm at 225 Fifth Street in Springfield City Hall Council Chambers. Click here for complete notice

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Development and Public Works Department

225 Fifth Street
Springfield, OR 97477

Ph: 541.726.3753
Fx: 541.726.3689

 

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