COVID

More Businesses Allowed to Reopen Under Amended Order

Springfield Mayor Ken McClure amended the city’s “Road to Recovery” order, effective immediately and the Greene County Commission is expected to vote on an amended order this afternoon. City of Springfield amended Recovery Order The changes increase the number of people allowed for public gatherings from 15 to 25. The amendment also increases capacity of

COVID

“Stay-At-Home” Orders Amended for City, County

Springfield Mayor Ken McClure and the Greene County Commission issued stricter amended “Stay-At-Home” orders April 6 following an announcement by Gov. Mike Parson the previous Friday. View the city’s amended order. View the redlined amendments from the city’s original order View Greene County’s amended order. The amended local orders remain basically intact but reflect a few

City Hall Closes Temporarily; Services Still Available

The Busch Municipal Building will close to the public between 5 p.m. March 20 and midnight April 1. City Manager Jason Gage made the decision in accordance with CDC and Springfield-Greene County Health Department guidance, federal recommendations and a local emergency declaration related to efforts to curb the spread of the coronavirus. City departments occupying

Springfield Mayor Issues Order Prohibiting Public Gatherings of 10 or More

Following White House recommendations and consultation with other local and state officials, Springfield Mayor Ken McClure issued an order amending which public gatherings are prohibited under an ordinance passed March 16. The mayor’s order prohibits public gatherings of 10 or more persons except for educational institutions, daycare facilities, and daily business operations in the corporate

City Council Limits Public Gatherings to 50 People for 30 Days

The Springfield City Council approved an ordinance March 16 limiting public gatherings for 30 days, following the recommendations of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Here’s the ordinance: A special ordinance prohibiting any public gathering of 50 or more persons except for educational institutions, daycare facilities, and business operations in the corporate limits of