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E-Verify ID # 137195 (10/26/2009)



Jennifer Y. Smith

Records Custodian






Water and/or Sewer Customers

You may report water or sewer issues to the Utility Department by calling 912-330-2274 or email springfield@eomworx.com.


   Council Meetings

Regularly scheduled Council Meetings are currently held on the 2nd Tuesday of each month at 6:00 p.m. You may click on the "Elected Officials" tab, above, to view the upcoming meeting Agenda or the currently approved minutes of Council meetings.


Click here for the 2018 trash & recycling pickup schedule


Click here for important recycling information



Water Conservation

The City of Springfield is dedicated to the conservation of water. For ways that you can assist in this effort click here.

For tips on maintaining healthy lawns and gardens while using less water, and many creative ideas about conserving water in Georgia, go to Conserve Water Georgia at www.conservewatergeorgia.net/.

Additional information and related educational materials can be found at http://www.gadnr.org/; or http://www.caes.uga.edu/topics/disasters/drought/.


In the heart of one of the Southeastís oldest yet fastest growing counties, the City of Springfield offers a unique blend of hometown hospitality, rich regional history and modern day convenience. Just north of both Savannah and Rincon,  Springfield serves as the county seat of Effingham County and a vital part of its heritage. Its distinction as a City of Ethics and State of Georgia Law Enforcement Certification of its police department readily illustrate Springfieldís commitment of excellence to both its citizens and its county.

Springfieldís Main Street winds its way through storefronts that years ago provided patrons with hitching posts for horses and carriages. Historic homes with wide, welcoming porches perfect for family gatherings peek from behind stately, century-old oak trees. Quiet streets wrap around ball fields and park swings while the original Courthouse and other historical structures still stand proudly nearby as reminders of our townís early beginnings.
At the heart of our town, youíll find a relaxed way of life. Thereís a sense of escaping to a time when local business owners still greet you by name and evening strolls along quiet sidewalks with your family arenít a thing of the past. Most of all, youíll find a place where family, faith and neighborly spirit serve as cornerstones of the community. A place where whatís close to your heart still matters.


Springfield is located in southeast Georgia in Effingham County.  It is approximately 25 miles northwest of downtown Savannah.  Adjoining Effingham County cities include Rincon and Guyton.  It can be reached by taking the northernmost exit of I-95 (exit 109) in Georgia and then traveling approximately 15 miles northbound on Hwy 21.  It is 20 miles from the Savannah / Hilton Head Island International Airport.


You can send an e-mail to jsmith@springfieldga.org to find out more information about the City of Springfield. It will then be forwarded along to the appropriate individual or department.

You can also contact the City of Springfield at the following postal address:

City of Springfield
P.O. Box 1
Springfield, GA  31329

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