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    City releases 2016 year in review report

    The City of Springfield has released an interactive Year in Review report that highlights community activities and accomplishments during 2016. Read on...
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    Fire Department warns drivers to use caution in rainy weather

    With 3 to 5 inches of rain expected over the next few days, the Springfield Fire Department reminds drivers to be aware of hazardous driving conditions and flooded roadways. Read on...
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    City shares results of Trash and Recycling Collection Efficiency Study

    The City has concluded the first phases of a Trash and Recycling Collection Efficiency Study that have included an analysis of the current collection system, several methods of public outreach and regional and benchmarking comparison research. Read on...
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    Councilwoman hopes to see classic cars cruise Kearney again

    Zone 1 Councilwoman Phyllis Ferguson is hoping to bring classic car cruising back to Kearney Street. Read on...
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    April 17 City Council meeting summary

    Springfield City Council met at Historic City Hall at 6:30 p.m. April 17. A written summary and video recording of the meeting are available. Read on...
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    With 25 years of service each, three Springfield police commanders retire

    After 25 years of service to the City of Springfield, three commanders from the Springfield Police Department will retire today. Read on...
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    Week 1 of Project RED Zone a success; Project continues in West Central Saturday

    Firefighters will be out in West Central neighborhood again this weekend, testing smoke alarms and installing new ones if needed. Read on...
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    Ken McClure sworn in as Mayor of Springfield

    New Springfield Mayor Ken McClure took his seat at the dais after being sworn in during a noon City Council meeting in Historic City Hall April 11. Returning Council members Jan Fisk, Craig Hosmer, Phyllis Ferguson and Craig Fishel were also sworn in. Read on...
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    April sales tax revenues down 5% compared to budget

    The City of Springfield's April 2017 1% general sales tax check from the Missouri Department of Revenue is down 5% compared to the amount budgeted. Read on...
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    Springfield’s fire death rate prompts Fire Department to launch Project RED Zone

    The year-long effort aims to reduce fires, fire-related injuries and fire fatalities in the community by ensuring every family is prepared for a fire. Read on...
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    Citizens, staff recognized for service, bravery and extraordinary actions at SPD awards ceremony

    The Springfield Police Department’s Leadership Council hosted an awards ceremony Tuesday, April 4 at the Springfield Art Museum. Staff and citizens were commended for their service, and in some cases, their bravery and extraordinary actions. Read on...
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    Celebrate Earth Month 2017 with a variety of events and activities

    Celebrate Earth Month 2017 with a variety of events and activities. Read on...
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    Proposed program could help get panhandlers off the streets and into jobs

    City officials are working on an 8-week program called "Wheels to Work" to offer day jobs and long-term employment opportunities to panhandlers. Read on...
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    Birthplace of Route 66 Festival partners announce 2017 event lineup

    Please mark your calendar to celebrate all things Route 66 Aug. 11-12 at the seventh annual Birthplace of Route 66 Festival in downtown Springfield. Read on...
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    Public invited to share ideas for the future of Springfield's Hazelwood Cemetery

    The public is invited to help develop a long-term plan for the future of Springfield’s Hazelwood Municipal Cemetery at a public workshop 6:30 - 8:30 p.m. April 11 at the Schweitzer-Brentwood Branch Library Community Room. Read on...
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    Francine Pratt to lead Prosper Springfield

    Passionate leader Francine Pratt will return to Springfield this spring to champion “Prosper Springfield.” Prosper Springfield is a collective-impact-model initiative created to unify the community’s efforts to lift people out of poverty. Read on...

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