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Besides the immediate threat to health and well being COVID-19 has complicated many of the challenges of daily life. People may require assistance with basic food and housing needs and families face school and child care problems they did not have pre-COVID. Even filing tax returns is harder. This collection of community resources can help you find the help you need.
Tax forms are available at the library during tax season:
Library computers are available for working on your taxes. Call to make an appointment.
Tax Aide Locations in Springfield:
Library staff are NOT able to assist you with tax preparation, including helping you select which forms you need. Only certified tax professionals can legally offer tax advice. Library staff are happy to help connect you to tax resources and offer computer and printing help when possible.
Springfield Public Library | 225 5th Street [Inside City Hall] | Springfield, OR 97477-4636 | (541) 726-3766
Because the Library is in City Hall, we are working with other City departments to determine safe protocols for reopening fully. We want to ensure that we are following state guidelines in order to help put an end to the spread of the virus and to protect library staff and the public. We will be sharing information about reopening as soon as we have a plan to do so safely.
We are available by phone Monday-Saturday from 10am-5pm at 541-726-3766 and happy to connect you to current services, such as: computer appointments, curbside pickup, personalized picks, reference services, and virtual programs. Or, visit our information on library services page for more information.