The affordable housing element is a five-year strategic plan for providing affordable housing in Springfield and Greene County.
The Center City element focuses on development of several distinctive, urban districts oriented around high-quality public spaces that are linked to one another and collectively recognized and organized as Center City.
The Springfield Region Cultural Plan is a community-wide blueprint for promoting and developing healthy arts and cultural organizations, a vibrant Center City with rich artistic elements, accessible arts education opportunities, leadership for regional cultural arts development, and an environment to attract, support, and retain artists.
This strategic plan will be utilized by citizens and elected officials to direct Springfield and Greene County in Growth Management and Land Use Planning for the next five years.
Learning about creating and implementing a public awareness plan for Springfield Public Schools.
The Springfield-Greene County area has become a metropolitan region where each community in the region has ties with several or many other communities in the region.
The transportation planning group was tasked with reviewing over 200 individual recommendations contained within the Ozark Transportation Organization's 2001 Long-Range Transportation Plan.
Citizens of Springfield and Greene County depend upon area lakes and bountiful supplies of high quality groundwater for drinking water.