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If the animal has been impounded due to being a vicious dog, the animal will not be released until after the case has been heard in court.
Call Springfield Electric’s 24-Hour Outage Line at (615) 384-6770.
Customers can pay their electric bill in-person at Springfield City Hall at 405 North Main Street in Springfield, Tennessee, or online.
If a power line is down or traffic light is not working, call (615) 384-6770 immediately; 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. If a street light or security light is out, call Springfield Electric at (615) 384-6770 during normal business hours to report it.
Electrical permits for the entire state of Tennessee are issued online to contractors and homeowners. Create an account within the CORE system in order to directly purchase electric permits and schedule inspections. If Springfield Electric service area customers wish to purchase online permits through the department, there will be a SED service fee added on to the total cost of the permit(s). Please call Springfield Electric at (615) 384-6770 with any questions.
Springfield Electric only trims trees that are in the primary power lines—lines that potentially interfere with the safe and reliable operation of transmission and distribution. Please call (615) 384-6670 if you have questions about trimming trees. For trimming trees that are not in primary lines, homeowners should seek out a private contractor.
An underground contract can be found here or obtained at Springfield Electric and must be signed by the customer. A fee is then paid to Springfield Electric for this service, and a credit will be issued after one year for qualifying residential participants. Call Springfield Electric at (615) 384-6770 for more information.
We have many types of lighting available. Call Springfield Electric at (615) 384-6770 or come by our office at 1000 Central Avenue, in Springfield, Tennessee for more information.
We issue meter bases for new constructions with proof of electric permit purchase. Print out your purchased electric permit from the CORE website and bring it to Springfield Electric in order to obtain the meter base. Call Springfield Electric at (615) 384-6770 if you have any questions.
The meter socket surge arrestor for residential customers can be purchased through the Springfield Electric Department. Customers must pay a $100 service fee per service installation. Call Springfield Electric at (615) 384-6770 for more information.
Springfield Electric and TVA offer a financing program to qualified customers for new energy-efficient heat pumps. Units are installed by a TVA-approved contractor, and payments are added to your monthly electric bill. For more information and to find out how to apply, call Springfield Electric at (615) 384-6770.
It is the policy of Springfield Gas System to notify the Emergency Communications Center of all gas leaks. In doing so, we request the presence of emergency responders; thus allows us to provide quicker assistance to the customer experience the possible gas leak. The fire department is trained by Springfield Gas System on emergency response to such gas leaks and the beginning steps in evacuating the location if needed.
Weekly classes are available including FitCamp by Brian Taylor as well as Dance Fit, you may pay $4 per class or use a punch card which is 8 classes for $28 or the 30 day membership for $35 which includes unlimited attendance to all group classes, track and workout machines.
The Center can be rented for a variety of events. The rental fee is contingent on each event need such as the number and type of tables, 60 " round or six foot rectangle, the number of chairs, the event time period, kitchen use, etc.
If you had insurance at the time the citation was received, you may bring proof to the Springfield Police Department. The charge will be dismissed following payment of a $25 administration fee. You will not have to attend court.
Not at this time. Payments can be made in person, by mail or over the phone at 615-384-8422. Acceptable payment methods include cash, cash, money order, or credit card.
Contact Office Manager Laurie Pack at 615-384-8422 or at firstname.lastname@example.org M-F from 7:30 a.m to 4:30 p.m. to obtain request forms.
In-person at Springfield Police Department, 802 South Willow Street or call 615-384-8422.
Requests can be made by phone or email.
• For mobile homes, inspect the underpinning and skirt and seal any openings.
• Keep garage doors closed if there are water lines or water heaters in the garage
• If problems with frozen pipes have occurred in the past, leave faucets running, so that the stream of water is about the size of the barrel of a Q-tip. For single-lever faucets, set so that both hot and cold water is dripping. You will pay for using that water; however, the cost of that water is very small compared to the cost and inconvenience of having a plumber thaw and then repair water lines, as well as repairing damage to the home done by flooding due to a broken line.
• For outside faucets, most new homes will have frost-free spigots, so not much will need to be done. If you don’t know if you have frost-free spigots, they can be covered with foam insulated covers that can be obtained from a hardware store. Remove hoses and drain them.
• Water lines in outside walls are prone to freezing. If the interior of the wall is inside a cabinet, open the door(s) to the cabinet, so room heat will keep the wall and the pipe(s) somewhat warmer. Even that may not be enough to keep wall pipes from freezing. If you are not sure, leave a faucet running. If there are harmful cleaners and chemicals in the cabinet, move them so that they are not within reach of children.
• For water meters that are prone to freezing, put a bale of hay over the meter box. If you don’t have access to a bale of hay, use a shovel and pile snow on top of the meter box. Although the temperature of the snow is below freezing, it will actually act as an insulating blanket when the air temperature is near or below zero.
• If you have a burst pipe and water is flooding your house, most houses have a shut-off valve under the house (maybe in the garage) that can be used to shut off the water. If you don’t know where the shut-off valve is located or if your house doesn't’t have a shut-off valve, call the Springfield Water/Wastewater Department (SWWD) at 615-382-1600 and a SWWD person will be glad to shut off the water at the meter.
• Most water heaters have a valve located near the connection of the cold water line to the heater; however, this valve will usually only cut off the hot water line. If water is cut off to the house, be sure to turn off the electric power to the water heater to prevent burning out the element(s); if the water heater is powered by gas, turn the gas control valve to “PILOT”.
• Never try to thaw a frozen pipe with an open flame.
• Remember: The Springfield Water/ Wastewater Department is responsible up to and through the water meter box. The home owner is responsible for the water line from the meter box all the way through the residence. If you have a leak on the home-side of the meter box, do not call the Springfield Water/Wastewater Department to fix the leak. The SWWD will only shut off the valve in the water meter box. You must contact a plumber to repair a leak on the home-side of the water meter box.
• If you call the SWWD office at 615-382-1600 after normal working hours, you will get a recording that will prompt you to leave a message with a call center. The call center is continuously operated and the operator will ask some questions regarding the issue. The call center operator will contact an SWWD on-call person who will respond to emergency requests.