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THIS PAGE WILL PROVIDE YOU WITH EVERYTHING YOU NEED FOR YOUR MOVE!!

Spfd ChamberClick Here for the Springfield Chamber of Commerce Relocation Website

USPostalClick Here to Forward/Hold/Change Address

 

PODsClick Here to see how the PODS work

 

PhoneServiceClick Here to get phone service in the Springfield area

 

UtilitiesClick Here for City Utilities

 

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Click Here for Area Street Maps

 

Emergency/Public Safety

Ambulance, fire, police……………………………………….911
Ambulance, CoxHealth……………………………………….269-3773
Ambulance, St. John’s Hospital……………………………885-2300
Burn Unit, St. John’s Hospital………………………………885-2876
Fire, police, ambulance (rural Greene County)………868-4040
Missouri Regional Poison Control Center………………(800) 366-8888
Springfield Fire Department (nonemergency)………..864-1500
Springfield Police (nonemergency)………………………864-1810
Missouri Highway Patrol…………………………………….895-6868
Missouri road conditions……………………………………(800) 222-6400
Time and temperature………………………………………..831-7700
Weather information (National Weather Service)…..869-4491

Postal Services

There are 12 postal contract stations for purchasing stamps and mailing packages at grocery stores across the city.

Post Office Customer Service    (800) 275-8777

Main Post Office
500 W. Chestnut Expwy., 65801

Glenstone Station
1442 S. Glenstone Ave., 65804

Postal Store, James River Towne Center
1839 E. Independence Rd., Ste. H, 65814

South Side Station
Woodruff Building, 333 E. St. Louis Ave.,  65806

Vehicle Licenses

Motor Vehicle, Marine, and Driver’s Licensing Office
149 Park Central Sq., 65806, 895-6552
Motor vehicles are to be registered as soon as legal residence is established. At registration, newcomers will need to present the out-of-state title, a Missouri vehicle safety inspection certificate, proof of insurance and a tax waiver card for personal property tax (available from the Greene County Tax Assessor’s Office, 940 N. Boonville Ave., 65802; 868-4000). A written test must be taken to receive a Missouri driver’s license; a driving test may also be required.