Resident Services

City Hall

8:00am – 4:30pm     Monday – Friday

(912) 754-7617

130 S. Laurel Street, corner of Laurel St. and Second St. 
PO Box 1
Springfield, GA 31329

– Water/sewer service and billing
– Issuance of city licenses or permits
– Property tax information
– Notary public services
– Trash service inquires
– Zoning & Elevation Certificates

City Hall

Springfield Police Department

 

Phone: (912) 754-3061 – 130 S. Laurel Street – Monday to Friday, 8:00-4:30

Public Works Department

 

Phone: (912) 754-7617  –  Monday to Friday, 8:00-4:30

Darlene Seagroves

Police/Court Clerk

E-Mail: DSeagroves@springfieldga.org

Paul Wynn

Chief of Police

E-Mail: PWynn@springfieldga.org

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 Guidelines

It is the Mission of the Springfield Police Department and its members to provide the residents of Springfield quality services while being responsive to our community’s needs.

We recognize that without the assistance and support of community members and leaders, valuable resources will be overlooked in the process of maintaining the quality of life our citizens have grown accustomed to.

City of Springfield Public Works Department is responsible for repair and maintenance of water/sewer service and city streets.
– Provides 24-hour on-call water/sewer service repair
– Maintains beautification of parks and roadways

If you have an emergency after our normal business hours, please contact the Sheriff’s Department at (912) 754- 3449

After Hours Water/Sewer Contact:

(912) 330-2274

E-Mail: Springfield@EOMworx.com 

Visit the Water & Sewer Page for more info and tips on conserving Water in your home.

Public Notices

City Updates

Public Hearing (Variance & Conditional Use Requests)

The City of Springfield Planning and Zoning Board will hold public hearings with meeting immediately following close of the public hearings onOctober 3rd, 2022 beginning at 6:00pm. The City of Springfield Mayor and Council will hold public hearings, with regular...

Public Notice Alcohol License Application

Notice is hereby given that Ayan 19, Inc has applied to the City of Springfield, GA for issuance of an alcohol license for Retail Package Sales Malt Beverages, Wine & Distilled Spirits for the following business: Ayan 19, LLC 745 McCall Rd Springfield, GA 31329 A...

Public Notice of Alcohol License Application

Notice is hereby given that Springfield Fuel Stop, LLC has applied to the City of Springfield, GA for issuance of an alcohol license for Retail Package Sales Malt Beverages, & Wine for the following business: Springfield Fuel Stop, LLC 725 McCall Rd Springfield,...

Public Hearings (Zoning Requests)

Public Notice The City of Springfield Planning and Zoning Board will hold public hearings with meeting immediately following close of the public hearings onSeptember 12th, 2022 beginning at 6:00pm. The City of Springfield Mayor and Council will hold public hearings,...

Notice of Office Closure- Hurricane Ian

Due to the expectation of severe weather in our area, City of Springfield Offices will be closed on Friday, September 30th. Regular business hours will resume Monday October 3rd. Please see our website www.springfieldga.org or Facebook page for future updates.

Employment Opportunity – School Resource Officer

The Springfield School Resource officer will provide security to the students, parents, administrators, and staff of the Springfield Elementary School.  Assist with traffic control inside and outside of the school. Enforce state and local laws when needed.  Acts as...

Liquor stores officially coming to City of Springfield

By Camille Syed Published: Sep. 13, 2022 at 5:55 PM EDT SAVANNAH, Ga. (WTOC) - A meeting was held Tuesday for public input on liquor stores coming to the City of Springfield for the very first time. The meeting was at Springfield’s City Hall. Effingham has...

Downtown Springfield blossoming with business

Mark LastingerEffingham HeraldPublished: Jul 26, 2022, 9:41 AM SPRINGFIELD — Laurel Street’s business landscape has changed from barren to bountiful. Buildings that used to be empty and decaying a few years ago are showing significant signs of economic life. “We love...