Here’s a snapshot of our City’s response and recovery efforts since the January ice storm.
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You may need a permit before you cut down a tree on your property, depending on the size of the tree and your lot size. See our fact sheet for answers to some general questions. Act fast because permit fees are waived until Feb. 27, 2024.
View the new map that tracks the status of debris cleanup from the ice storm by Springfield's Operations Division.
Vehicle owners enjoy the many opportunities from their vehicle, while they are required to prevent water pollution from their activities. Click for easy ways to care for your car without polluting your water.
Springfield property owners may have racially discriminating language in their title and not know. Click for information on how to find it and get it removed.
Drop by Yolanda Ave. and 20th St. to view the four newest storm drain murals for UpStream Art 2023! Or check out our UpStream Art Virtual Tour to see all 37 murals in the collection, which has been steadily growing every summer since 2016.
Join a captivating and culturally enriching experience combining the transformative power of music, dance, and community. This celebration fosters understanding, respect, and connection across cultures, featuring traditional and modern Native American music and dance.
Springfielder's can now provide temporary housing in an RV on their property, when certain standards are met. Registration is FREE and it's required. Click for details.
Common moss removal practices can cause a lot of damage downstream. Thankfully, there are ways to take care of moss while protecting the Willamette and McKenzie Rivers!
The 2023 Calendar, created by Springfield’s Stormwater Team and featuring photos of local pooches, is now available for FREE, while supplies last. Here's how to get yours!