Relocation Guide to Springfield Missouri

The Ozark Mountains cover the southern half of Missouri and extend into Arkansas, Oklahoma, and Kansas. Being the Queen City of the Ozarks, you'll find the community of Springfield is much more closely related to the conservative, Midwestern nature of the rest of the states in their region, rather than its own state.

Route 66 was first proposed in 1926 in Springfield, and so the city is recognized as the birthplace of the historic highway running from Chicago to Los Angeles. And you really can’t miss it. A placard in Park Central Square honors the highway along with many stops such as service stations and the now closed Red’s Giant Hamburg, said to be the first drive-up order window restaurant.

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