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Frequently Asked Qusetions: EEE Aerial Spraying in Calhoun County:

FAQ and Press Release


 In the areas of 28th, 30th, 32nd, 5th, 6th, 7th, Fleming, 8th and Wilbur 

As part of road projects throughout the City of Springfield this fall, milling of the above noted roads will start October 7, 2019. The road work will be ongoing through October.
In an effort to complete this project as efficiently as possible, please DO NOT PARK ON THESE ROADS during the noted time period. We appreciate your cooperation in this matter and should you have any questions, please feel free to contact
Terry Blaniar, Public Services Director at (269) 441-9277 Thank you.

Calhoun County Public Health Department has issued a Health Advisory for a Rare, Deadly Mosquito-borne Infection Risk 

read the full notice

2018 Water Quality Report is Available view the complete report copies are also available in print at City Hall.

Complete the Fire Department chemical survey online

to the City of Springfield!

Springfield has much to offer!  From great parks and recreation opportunities, to
affordable housing (existing and custom built), great schools, and central location
to larger employment markets like Kalamazoo and Battle Creek, Springfield has
something to offer every family, business owner, and visitor. 
If you don't already
live here, you just need to stop by and see it for yourself.

Springfield's Vision and Purpose Statement

The City of Springfield exists to provide small town responsiveness and large
city quality services to the citizens, businesses, and visitors of Springfield.

To that end we hereby announce our intention to provide those services and
community oriented problem solving through the maintenance of our own governing
autonomy while working cooperatively with our neighboring governments.  We recognize
that the people we serve are not interruptions to our daily work but are the reason
for our existence.

Our goal therefore is to treat all citizens with utmost equality and respect, provide safe
housing and businesses, maintain a quality road system, and provide a professional
safety services team.

The City of Springfield offers a convenient drop-off location for items that should not
be placed in the garbage or recycling.
The Public Safety Building accepts old batteries, florescent bulbs and has a RedMed Box
for unused/unwanted 
medications in pill form. See the complete list in the recycling flyer. Call the
Public Safety Office (269) 965-7795 for assistance. Also see a list of Household Hazardous Waste collection dates on Calhoun County's website.
Unwanted items can be accepted Monday thru Thursday 7:00 am to 5:30 pm closed on