Mark Mahoney, Director
Friday, January 18, 2019
The City of Springfield’s Office of Public Works announced that with the anticipated snow fall tonight, a Snow Emergency will be in effect on designated snow routes starting at 6:00 p.m. Friday, January 18 and ending at 6:00 a.m. Monday, January 21 . The department is anticipating in excess of 5 inches of snow.   

The public is asked to remove their parked vehicles from the marked snow emergency routes by 6:00 p.m. tonight, Friday, January 18 . To access the Snow Emergency Route Map along with the city’s Snow & Ice Removal Policy , visit .

Drivers are reminded to watch for snow removal crews and allow them room to do their work. Persons clearing private parking lots and sidewalks are reminded not to plow the snow into the streets. It is a violation of city ordinance and doing so makes unsafe driving conditions. During a severe winter storm, residents can call the Office of Public Works to report any problems or concerns at 217.789.2246.
The Office of Public Works provides an online Snow Removal Map .
When the plows are active, this map allows residents to view
the streets and areas of the community where city snow plows
have plowed and are doing work.

Several areas will be plowed by contractors and those trucks will  NOT  be reflected on the map. Areas that will have plowing done by a contractor include: Ash Grove; Buckley Estates; Cider Mill; Constitution Plaza; Deerfield; Fallingbrook West; Forest Green; Grant's Ridge; Harrison Park; International Pkwy; Irisdale; Koke Mill East; Koke Mill West; Kreston Place; Lake Forest;
Mill Creek; Monroe Park West; Oak Park; Olde Bradfordton Place; Palisades; Panther Creek; Parkway Pointe; Piper Glen; Plateau Drive; Rising Moon Bunker Hill; Salem Estates;
Savannah Point; Spring Crest Pine Creek; The Bluffs; The Reserve; Timberlane;
Wabash West Business Park; West Road Park.
Phone: 217.789.2000
Fax: 217.789.2109