Springfield : Park and recreation comprehensive plan
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This comprehensive planning process included three phases that each involved significant community input: determining needs; developing the Plan; and adopting the Plan.... The Comprehensive Plan provides a specific, community-supported plan for the future of the District's parks, open space, recreation facilities, programs, and services. [From the Plan]
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Connecting Bikes to Transit in Springfield: Transforming Springfield’s bicycle network and LTD’s transit stations to encourage bike-to-bus opportunities Camp, Allison (University of Oregon, 2012)The proposals outlined in this report were a result of collaboration between Lane Transit District (LTD), the City of Springfield, and the University of Oregon Sustainable Cities Initiative during the fall academic term ...
Springfield (Or.) (City of Springfield (Or.), 2008-01)This memorandum presents a menu of land use efficiency measures that may allow Springfield to increase residential density within the city's existing Urban Growth Boundary. It also discusses of the importance of these ...
Springfield (Or.); Springfield (Or.). Fire and Safety Dept. (City of Springfield (Or.), 2007-06-21)Prior to 1999, Springfield’s Emergency Plan emphasized preparedness and response to all risks faced by the community. In 1999, additional emphasis was placed on mitigation and recovery to better fulfill the four phases ...