Springfield Utility Board

Get Involved

The best way to become involved in your utility is to attend SUB board meetings. These meetings are held at 6 p.m. on the second Wednesday of each month in SUB’s board room, located across the street from SUB’s main office at 250 A Street in downtown Springfield. The public is welcome and encouraged to attend. You may download the agenda of the next meeting of the Springfield Utility Board by clicking here.

In addition, ratepayers can serve on Citizen Advisory Committees, where board members meet with ratepayers to hear their thoughts on specific utility issues. SUB will notify the public if a specific committee is being formed to discuss a utility issue.

Did You Know?

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