So, can you OC in Springfield? Yes, and no. With a CHL, yes you can.
Without a License to carry you cannot loaded carry (OC or CC) in a City of Springfield Park, or a parks and recreation controlled building, however, unlicensed you can loaded OC in the City of Springfield.
Yes, I read the law, and so should you...I'm just sorry I could not get you a link...I'll keep trying
ok, here it is: (My bold)
5.286 Possession of Loaded Firearms Prohibited.
Except as provided in ORS 166.173(2), it shall be unlawful for any person to possess any loaded: firearm, rifle, shotgun, revolver, pistol, air gun, air rifle or any similar mechanism by whatever name known which is designed to expel a projectile through a gun barrel by the action of any explosive powder, gas, compressed air, spring or elastic mechanism at any public park and recreation district facility open to or frequented by the public, including, but not limited to, parks, roads, buildings, and parking lots. This prohibition shall not apply to activities sponsored or authorized by a park district. The above offense is punishable as a violation and subject to a fine not exceeding $720.00 pursuant to SMC section 1.205. [Section 5.286 amended by Ordinance No. 6169, enacted May 15, 2006; further amended by Ordinance No. 6173, enacted May 15, 2006.]
As you will see from this (5.118 Weapons—Unlawful Discharge or Use of a Dangerous Weapon) the discharge is prohibited in teh City itself, but not the carry. The restriction on UNLICENESED carry is only with parks and recreation facilities.