Here’s a snapshot of our City’s response and recovery efforts since the January ice storm.
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.
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.
Visit our Springfield Alert Ice Storm 2024 page for information related to the ice storm.
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.
We're now offering pre-approved building plans. These “ready build” plans have been reviewed for compliance with the Oregon Residential Specialty Code, and only require review of the site-specific elements.
The Springfield Map Hub is now the home of all public mapping and Geographic Information System (GIS) data maintained by the City of Springfield. Developed by the City's GIS Team in 2023, the hub contains authoritative, up-to-date data on zoning, streets, publicly maintained utility lines, infrastructure, and much more. It also serves as a [...]
From 3:30-5 p.m., Tuesday, October 31 costumed kids and their parents are invited to our City Hall-O-Ween event to go trick or treating and enjoy a bit of magic!
The City of Springfield provides a free leaf pickup service to residents within the city limits to help prevent flooding, protect water quality, and keep our neighborhood streets safe for people driving, walking, and biking. Sanipac is contracted to pick up, haul, and recycle bagged leaves within City limits.
The Springfield History Museum is hosting its second annual Fright! At the Museum, a haunted house fundraiser on October 19, 20, 21, and 26, 27, 28.