Modern Springfield MO

Geography

Springfield is the third-largest city in the state of Missouri. There are two principal cities in the Springfield Branson Metropolitan Area, and Springfield is one of them. Springfield’s nickname is the “Queen City of the Ozarks” and is also known as the “Birthplace of Route 66”. It lies on the Springfield Plateau of the Ozarks region of southwest Missouri. It has a total land area of 81.72 square miles and a 0.59 square miles of water area. The city is mainly flat with rolling hills surrounding its north, east, and southern sections. Most of its plateau area is characterized by forests, pastures, and shrub-scrub habitats.

Commercial Customers Mold Cleanup Springfield Mo

A mold is a furry growth of minute fungal hyphae found in moist warm conditions, especially on food or other organic matter. When these molds begin to infest your property, it can be a major hassle. A mold issue in the workplace can cause health problems for your employees and customers, not to mention the possible interruption of day to day operations. If this happens, you can trust that Dog Gone Mold will take care of your mold problem promptly and most importantly, correctly and get you back to your normal operations as quickly as possible. Once they are done, you will have no more mold problems and your workplace will have a healthier environment.

 

Dog Gone Mold

Dog Gone Mold follows a strict procedure in treating the molds in your household. First, they seal off the area they are working in so that mold spores don’t spread all over the place. Next, they run “air scrubbers” that will trap airborne mold spores while they are working. They also utilize high-efficiency particulate air filter cleaning systems to remove as much mold as possible. They remove, bag, and properly dispose of all the infected materials. Then, they treat, wipe down, or scrub every surface that has mold on or around it and re-treat every surface with their all-natural, non-toxic cleaner. When they are done, you can now breathe easily knowing that your house is mold-free.

 

Galentine’s And Valentine’s Day Celebration

Cupid has arrived in Springfield and it’s time to start making your Valentine’s Day plans. Or even better, Galentine’s Day plans. Whether you’re wanting to celebrate with dinners and roses or enjoy the holiday with your gals, the Queen City has a ton to offer. We’ve rounded up the best ways to celebrate and even included gift ideas to help you pick the perfect present.
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Valentine’s Day is just around the corner. Whether you plan to celebrate this year’s Heart’s day with your special someone or to spend it with your girl buddies, the Queen City has a ton to offer. They have rounded up the best ways to celebrate and even included gift ideas to help you pick the perfect presents. The Galentine’s Day celebration options they offer include making colorful flower arrangements at Eden’s Flower Truck, creating something classy at AR Workshop, and exploring your artsy side by attending a canvas painting class at Painting with a Twist. If you want to celebrate with dinners and roses, they also have many restaurants to choose from.

 

Dickerson Park Zoo in Springfield, MO

One of the oldest zoological park located in Springfield, Missouri is the Dickerson Park Zoo, established by the Springfield Park Board in 1922. Because of very little development and support, the zoo was on the verge of being closed, but with the help of a support group known as Friends of the Zoo, it was saved. Now, it houses more than 500 animals that represent 160 different species. When you visit the zoo, you will have an up-close natural adventure with hundreds of animals around the world. Some of the featured animals are elephants, tigers, wolves, mountain lions, river otters, black bears, and many more. The zoo also has a children’s playground, a cafe, and a gift shop.

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Driving Direction

32 min (29.2 miles)

via I-44 E

Fastest route, the usual traffic

Dickerson Park Zoo

1401 W Norton Rd, Springfield, MO 65803, USA

Get on I-44 E from W Norton Rd and N Kansas Expy

2 min (0.7 mi)

Follow I-44 E to MO-38 W/Spur Dr in Marshfield. Take exit 100 from I-44 E

21 min (23.1 mi)

Take State Hwy W, Brinkley Rd and Plank School Rd to Rifle Range Rd in East Ozark Township

10 min (5.4 mi)

Dog Gone Mold

“1646 W Caleb Court

Springfield, MO 65810”