The Communications Department provides the public with timely, accurate information about city government and services. This includes working with the news media, writing news releases, managing the city’s social media platforms, planning special events, policy research, constituent services and coordinating the city’s overall communications strategy.

Media Contacts

Contacts for Members of the News Media
Mayor's Office Matthew Conway, Communications Director 413-772-1560
Greenfield Public Schools Christine DeBarge, Superintendent 413-772-1326
Fire Department William Kimball, Lieutenant 413-774-4737
Police Department William Gordon, Deputy Chief 413-773-5411

Social Media

City of Greenfield Social Media Channels
City of Greenfield Facebook icon twitter-icon instagram-icon YouTube icon
Crossroads Cultural District facebook-icon   Instagram icon  
Department of Public Works facebook-icon      
Energy Park facebook-icon      
GCET Facebook icon twitter-icon    
Greenfield Fire Department facebook-icon twitter-icon    
Greenfield Local Cultural Council facebook-icon      
Greenfield Health Department facebook-icon      
Greenfield Police Department facebook-icon twitter-icon    
Greenfield Police K9's     instagram-icon  
Greenfield Public Library facebook-icon   instagram-icon YouTube icon
Greenfield Public Library Children's Department facebook-icon      
Greenfield Public Schools - Academy of Early Learning facebook-icon      
Greenfield Public Schools - Food Service Department facebook-icon   instagram-icon  
Greenfield Public Schools - GHS Library facebook-icon twitter-icon instagram-icon  
Green River Swimming & Recreation Area facebook-icon      
Greenfield Triathlon facebook-icon      
Mayor Roxann Wedegartner facebook-icon      
Recreation Department facebook-icon twitter-icon instagram-icon  
Sustainable Greenfield facebook-icon      
Visit Greenfield MA     instagram-icon  
Social Media Terms of Use
The opinions expressed by visitors to City of Greenfield social media platforms do not reflect the opinions of the Mayor or City.

City social media pages serve as a limited public forum and all content published is subject to monitoring. User-generated posts will be rejected or removed when the content is

1. off-subject or out of context,

2. contains obscenity or material that appeals to the prurient interest,

3. contains personal identifying information that is not a matter of public record, or sensitive personal information,

4. contains offensive terms that target protected classes,

5. is threatening, harassing or discriminatory,

6. incites or promotes violence or illegal activities,

7. contains information that reasonably could compromise individual or public safety,

8. advertises or promotes a commercial product or service, or any entity or individual,

9. promotes or endorses political campaigns or candidates, or

10. is a personal attack.

All content on this social media page is subject to public records law, M.G.L.: Part I: Title X: Section 66.
Social Media Policies