Springfield’s Mill Race is a little-known treasure-trove of nature, recreation, history, and local identity. Have you been there recently? Do you know what it used to be, and why it looks this way now? Check it out online or in person!
Click image to enlarge. The Springfield History Museum’s new Springfield H2Oh! exhibit is now open. Community members are encouraged to “dive in” to this fun, engaging, and informative new offering for all ages. Presented in partnership with the City of Springfield’s Development & Public Works Department, Metropolitan Wastewater Management Commission, and Springfield Utility [...]
Check out our newly decorated street sweeper! While it sweeps through neighborhoods, making Springfield a cleaner City, it cheerfully reminds us to put trash in the garbage bin. That's one way we keep our water sources clean!
Now through August 12, Springfield's Stormwater Team is seeking feedback on a draft of the stormwater plan that will last through the year 2024.
Springfield Mayor Sean VanGordon issued a proclamation declaring June 19, 2022 to be Juneteenth Independence Day in Springfield, Oregon
Springfield, Oregon celebrates and honors its diverse LGBTQ+ community that includes people of all races, ethnicities, religions, and professions. Read on for the full proclamation that goes before Council on Monday, June 6.
Streetlights on Main Street and South A Street were upgraded to LED fixtures as part of an emergency safety upgrade partnership with the Oregon Department of Transportation. The installation was recently completed, take a look at before and after comparison of lighting conditions at several locations on Main Street and South A Street.
Do you have ideas for how to make information about Springfield’s planned land uses clearer and more accessible? Including, how to make better sense of the Metro Plan Diagram and how to display property-based information on maps? If so, then we would like you to consider applying to our Project Advisory Committee for the Comprehensive Plan Map Clarification Project!
In 2021, four street repair projects were completed through general obligation bond 20-296. Details of these projects can be found in the Springfield Street Repair Bond Measure 2021 Annual Report, available now.
We need clean water to live and each of us makes choices every day that impact the quality of our rivers and streams. That’s why we're excited to share updated information on clean water for everyone in Springfield!