Downtown Lighting

As an outcome of the downtown circulation project this small project will install several pedestrian scale decorative posts with LED light fixtures along identified blocks of Springfield’s downtown. The LED light fixtures have been identified for installation in this key location in Springfield’s downtown to improve safety, visibility, and aesthetic in the area. The City purchased the light fixtures from the City of San Diego for $85 each then renovated them for LED lighting. Combined, this creates a high quality light fixture with low energy use and a long life span at a low cost for the City to install and operate.

Project News

Installation of Phase 2 of the Downtown Lighting Project is in it’s final stages. The lights are functioning and final software work is being completed. Phase 2 installed lighting on Main Street between the Willamette River Bridge and Pioneer Parkway East, and also from 6th Street to 10th Street.

Phase 1 of the project was completed March 2015 and included:

  • Main Street from Pioneer Parkway East to 6th Street;
  • 4th Street & South 4th Street from South A Street to Justice Center & Sprout!;
  • 5th Street & South 5th Street from South A Street to City Hall & Sprout!; and
  • 6th Street & South 6th Street from South A Street to City Hall

On March 13, 2015 hundreds of Springfield residents, business owners and supporters came out to celebrate the completion of Phase 1 with an official lighting ceremony.

Crowd gathered for the official lighting of Phase 1

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Mayor Lundberg and Councilor Woodrow at Phase 1 lighting ceremony

Photo of the type of light fixture installed

 

For questions about this project, please contact:
Brian Barnett, PE, PTOE, City Traffic Engineer, bbarnett@springfield-or.gov or 541.726.3681.

Phases for Lighting Installation (PDF)

Recent Media coverage about the project

FINAL Downtown Circulation Study

 

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