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    Walk Springfield to celebrate National Walking Day April 1

    Walk Springfield community partners will gather at noon April 1 at the Busch Municipal Building to celebrate National Walking Day with a short program and walk around City Government Plaza. Read on...
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    Absentee Voting Reminder

    Greene County Clerk Shane Schoeller’s office will be open 9 a.m.-1 p.m., Saturday, April 4 for anyone wishing to cast an absentee vote in the upcoming April 7 municipal election. Read on...
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    Citizen-led Environmental Priorities Task Force presents recommendations

    Dan Hoy and Fred Palmerton, co-chairs of the Springfield-Greene County Citizens Environmental Task Force, walked City and County officials through recommendations today. Read on...
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    City Council approves collective bargaining agreement with police union

    Springfield City Council voted to approve a collective bargaining agreement with the Springfield Police Officers’ Association (SPOA), Fraternal Order of the Police Lodge 22 (police union) at a special council meeting. Read on...
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    Springfield Lasers 20th season schedule announced

    John Isner appears in Springfield Saturday, July 25
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    Timmons Temple moves to Silver Springs Park Tuesday

    Historic structure travels more than a block in one day
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    Five apply for Zone 1 City Council Seat

    Five citizens have applied for the Zone 1 City Council position vacated by Jeff Seifried earlier this year. The deadline to apply was March 27. Read on...
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    City Council receives arbitrator’s recommendations for police union

    The City of Springfield is one step away from arriving at a mutually agreeable collective bargaining agreement with the Springfield Police Officers’ Association (SPOA), Fraternal Order of the Police Lodge 22, after a meeting on Friday, March 27, 2015. Read on...
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    Springfield Fire Department proposes changes to better protect tenants in a fire

    The Department is recommending that owners and landlords of all 1-or-2 family rental properties be required to install smoke alarms on every level, in every bedroom, and outside each sleeping area. Read on...
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    Media tour of Heer's Luxury Living April 2

    Representatives from Dalmark Development group will offer a behind-the-scenes media tour of the facility at 10 a.m., Thursday, April 2. Read on...
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    March 23 City Council meeting summary

    Springfield City Council met at Historic City Hall at 6:30 p.m. March 23. A written summary and video recording of meeting are available. Read on...
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    New Springfield Art Museum branding encourages patrons to enjoy, learn, create

    The Springfield Art Museum is excited to introduce a new image, identity and branding campaign, starting with a vibrant new logo and positioning line. Read on...
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    Summer seasonal employment opportunities available through Park Board

    Great first jobs for youth or summer jobs for students
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    Diversity in SGF

    Springfield leaders share the sentiment that diversity and inclusion are extremely important aspects of community culture.
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    Daily pollen counts resume for 2015

    It may not officially be spring yet, but spring allergens have already made a return to the area. The Springfield-Greene County Health Department is now posting daily pollen counts for the 2015 season. Read on...
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    Springfield Lasers draft No. 1 American John Isner

    Lasers 20th season also brings Anna-Lena Groenefeld, Michael Russell back to the team. Read on...
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    Anita Cotter sworn in as Acting City Clerk

    City Clerk Brenda Cirtin swore in Assistant City Clerk Anita Cotter as Acting City Clerk this morning at the Busch Municipal Building's fourth floor conference room. Cirtin is now City Clerk Emeritus and will work on special projects for the City. Read on...
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    Stationary bike offers exercise, stress relief for Springfield-Greene County 911 telecommunicators

    Studies have shown that 911 telecommunicators have one of the most stressful jobs in the U.S. Springfield-Greene County 911 is trying something new to help telecommunicators battle stress and encourage movement. Read on...
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    HAWK signal installation to occur over next two weeks on Sunset Street

    Starting tomorrow, (Thursday, March 12) and over the course of the next two weeks, traffic will be limited to one lane in each direction at various times on Sunset Street between Kimbrough Avenue and Dollison Avenue between the hours of 7 a.m. and 5 p.m. Read on...
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    Betty and Bobby Allison, Kim Reser honored by Missouri Park and Recreation Association

    Statewide awards highlight service to Springfield-area youth, sports and recreation
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    Mark your calendar for fifth annual Birthplace of Route 66 Festival Aug. 14-16

    Join us in downtown Springfield Aug. 14-16 for the fifth annual Birthplace of Route 66 Festival. This year's festival promises to be the best yet with an expanded two-day car show and new events such as a parade, a motorcycle show and a cruise-in party. Read on...
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    Springfield Art Museum launches online collection

    The Springfield Art Museum today launched online access to its art collection database at www.sgfmuseum.org. Read on...
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    Newly created Springfield Homeless Court Program offers fresh start

    Modeled after the first homeless court program in the nation, created in San Diego in 1989, Springfield’s Homeless Court convenes at 6:30 p.m. on the first Tuesday of each month in a conference room at The Kitchen, 1630 N. Jefferson. Read on...
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    City, County leaders update Council and Commission on urgent stormwater issues

    City Manager Greg Burris and Greene County Administrator Chris Coulter dove right into urgent stormwater management issues at a joint meeting of Springfield City Council and the Greene County Commission today. Read on...
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    Public Works to complete several intersection improvement projects in 2015

    Springfield’s Public Works department provided a quarterly projects update at today’s Council Lunch meeting. Read on...
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    Task force report outlines City and County challenges

    A task force consisting of City of Springfield and Greene County staff worked for the past 18 months to identify challenges facing both governmental entities and reported them to City Council and the Greene County Commission, Dec. 9. Read on...
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    City Jobs

    The City of Springfield offers challenging employment opportunities to people interested in careers in public service at the municipal level. View job openings.
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