Latest News from City of Greenfield
Greenfield Awarded $400,000 for Park and Open Space Projects
Greenfield has been awarded a $400,000 PARC Grant to transform a parking lot into a skatepark.
Posted Sep 22, 2021
Ribbon Cutting for AARP Grant-funded Improvements at Fiske Avenue
Join in celebrating the beautiful pollinator gardens and site improvements at Fiske Avenue.
Posted Sep 21, 2021
City of Greenfield Public Auction Postponed
The auction of property at 87 Stone Ridge Lane is postponed.
Posted Sep 21, 2021
Greenfield Mask Mandate Begins September 20
Click through to article to download a "Masks Required" sign for your business, organization, or office.
Posted Sep 17, 2021
Mayor Issues Executive Order Regarding Masks
The Mayor has released an Executive Order detailing new mask requirements.
Posted Sep 14, 2021
Bank Row Development Leads in Clean Energy
MassDevelopment has announced that Abercrombie Greenfield, LLC will receive $450,000 in financing for energy improvements.
Posted Sep 8, 2021
Greenfield Local Cultural Council Seeking Grant Applications
The application is open until October 15th for the $16,700 in total funding
Posted Sep 3, 2021
Located at the intersection of Interstate 91 and the famous Mohawk Trail, Greenfield is a hub of commerce and culture. Our 18,000 residents live between the Connecticut River and the Berkshire foothills.
Greenfield is known for its picturesque and vibrant downtown. Visitors to our quintessential American Main Street can enjoy dining, shopping, entertainment, history, architecture, and recreation by simply taking a stroll. Greenfield also has a rich Arts and Culture scene with a variety of venues for Music, Performance Art and more. The rest of town is a mix of farms, modern industry, and quiet residential neighborhoods. Educational institutions include innovative public schools, distinguished private schools, and a college.
As a growing city, Greenfield has been chosen for tens of millions of dollars in new private and public investment. The Bank Row Urban Renewal Zone has turned historic downtown buildings into new storefronts and loft apartments. New infrastructure includes a regional transit center and Amtrak service along the Burlington-New York-Washington corridor.