Springfield OR Resource
Butcher Law Office, LLC , a Bankruptcy Attorney in Eugene, OR, presents this handy resource guide for the Springfield area.
Springfield is a City in Lane County, in the State of Oregon. It is adjacent to the City of Eugene, and is located in the Southern Willamette Valley. Springfield has a population size of 59,403 per the 2010 Census. Springfield has a total area of 15.75 square miles, and borders the McKenzie River. There are several neighbor hoods in Springfield, including Gateway, Glenwood, North Springfield, Thurston, Washburne Historic District, Meadow Park, Kelley Butte, and West Kelly Butte.
2. Retail Shopping
For local residents and travelers alike, Springfield offers many retail shopping experiences. Springfield is home to The Shoppes at Gateway and Pioneer Plaza, and many small, unique retail
shops in the downtown area. Many major retailers are in Springfield, such as Walmart, Fred Meyer, Jerrys, and Target. Springfield is also home to a myriad of other local shops including Hutch’s Bicycle Store, The Bow Rack and DragonVine to name a few.
3. Springfield Attractions
Springfield is home to many and interest attractions. There are beautiful parks and hiking trails in Springfield, including Clearwater Park and Landing, Island Park, Dorris Ranch, Willamette Heights Park, Willamalane Park, Thurston Hills Natural Area, Millrace Park, and Kelly Butte Park and Overlook. Cultural, historical and fun activities abound in Springfield at places like the Official Simpsons Mural in downtown, the Springfield Museum, the Richard E. Wildish Community Theater, Sprout! – Farmer’s Market, and the Willamalane Center for Sports and Recreation.
The network of roads and highways in Springfield bolster commerce and transportation. There are many important routes connecting Springfield to the surrounding areas, including Highway 126, Interstate 5 (I-5), and Oregon Route 528, to name a few. The City of Springfield is serviced by Lane Transportation District for public transportation and is also home to a Greyhound Lines depot station.
Springfield School District is the primary school district in Springfield. The Springfield School District is home to such schools as Thurston Elementary School, Thurston Middle School, Douglas Gardens Elementary School, Academy of Arts and Academics, Yolanda Elementary School, Ridgeway Elementary School, Maple Elementary School, Briggs Middle School, Thurston
High School, Centennial Elementary School, Springfield High School, Riverbend Elementary School, Mt Vernon Elementary School, Agnes Stewart Middle School, and Hamlin Middle School
to name a few. The public schooling system in Springfield is a significant resource for the surrounding area, although there is the option of private school or home school.
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