Springfield Mayor Sean VanGordon’s 2022 State of the City Address is now available online.
We’re seeking dedicated individuals who want to offer their talents, experience and perspectives to help make a difference in the Springfield community! Community members are needed for a variety of Springfield boards, committees and commission opportunities.
Springfield Mayor Sean VanGordon will deliver his 2022 State of the City Address via video online. The video will be shared at 5:30 p.m., this Thursday, January 13 via the City’s YouTube channel and shared on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, and Instagram. It will also be available on the City’s website.
Watch the State of the City Address and hear how resilience, resourcefulness, and renewing our commitments to each other offers hope amid challenges and provides the foundation for Springfield’s future.
Glenwood Untold, a new temporary exhibit on display at the Springfield History Museum January 15, 2022, through June 24, 2022.
The Springfield Police Department is asking Springfield community members to participate in an online survey to share their input about local public safety concerns, the recent work of our officers, and priorities for the coming year. The survey results will help identify department priorities and be used to develop strategies for enhancing public safety [...]
On January 3, Springfield Mayor Sean VanGordon proclaimed January 2022 as Human Trafficking Awareness and Prevention Month.
The Springfield Bicycle and Pedestrian Advisory Committee will be hosting subcommittee meetings focused on Safe Streets & Infrastructure.
Due to inclement weather predicted in the Willamette Valley through the remainder of the week, Springfield is modifying its public service hours out of safety considerations for community members and staff.