Reliable & Sustainable Infrastructure

In Springfield, Oregon, water and power resources are competitive, affordable and abundant; still our community is vigilant in keeping sustainability and conservation practices top of mind. For today’s high-speed, data-dependent businesses, Springfield is home to a number of internet providers with a range of services, speeds and plans to fit your needs. Leading this charge are our partners including the Springfield Utility Board (SUB) and Metropolitan Wastewater Management Commission (MWMC).  Both organizations operate through partnership with the City and under quasi-government structures, ensuring a priority of high quality at affordable rates.


  • 100% of water from high-quality sources, including local groundwater wells and local rivers
  • Rated “Outstanding Performer in Water” by the Oregon Health Authority
  • Summer Irrigation Rates apply June to September to encourage water conservation during high-demand periods


  • The Spring Utility Board’s construction experts, engineers and linemen are dedicated to providing its consumers 99.99% electric service reliability
  • Diamond Rating by Reliable Public Power Provider
  • Compared with the national average, Springfield power is 27% more affordable

MWMC Wastewater and City Stormwater

  • Every year, about 14 billion gallons of wastewater are treated at the regional MWMC facility
  • Wastewater fees go to build, operate, and maintain Springfield’s wastewater collection system and MWMC’s regional wastewater conveyance and treatment system
  • All wastewater must be collected and treated to meet state and federal water quality standards before it is discharged into the Willamette River

SUB Broadband

Springfield Utility Board has prioritized the expansion of its role in providing fiber opportunities throughout the community. As a provider of “dark fiber” service, business sites in Springfield may have the opportunity to utilize the SUB network to expand access, quality and affordability of fiber to the site.  For more information related to wholesale fiber leasing, visit SUB at Wholesale Fiber – Springfield Utility Board (

Digital Internet Providers

  • Allstream- DSL – Download speeds up to 3Mbps
  • Centurylink- DSL – Download speeds up to 20 Mbps
  • InfoStructure- DSL & Other Copper Wireline – Download speeds up to 50 Mbps
  • Xfinity- Cable – Download speeds up to 1000 Mbps
  • Viasat- Satellite –Download speeds up to 25 Mbps
  • UnwiredWest, LLC- Fixed Wireless – Download speeds up to 10 Mbps
  • XS Media- Residential Fiber to the home