Practical Guides for Newcomers
Primer on Bay State Basics
Information for new residents—getting a driver’s license, registering a motor vehicle, how and where to vote, tax information, and other state topics
Elementary and Secondary School Guide
Massachusetts students are #1 in the country. Search for nearby public, private, and charter schools, and read school district report cards.
Economic Development Council
Western Mass-specific information on real estate, business clusters, utilities and infrastructure, places of worship, and more
Employment and Educational Opportunities
A Variety of Job Opportunities
From cutting-edge industry to cottage industries—renewable energy, life science and biotechnology, financial services, and the creative economy are just some of our prominent business clusters.
National Hub for Higher Education
Western Mass is second only to the Boston area with 29 colleges and universities—including some of the nation's most prestigious private schools.
Greenfield's weather, long range forecasts, seasonal averages, pollen counts, UV index
Getting Here—and Around
Greenfield is located at the intersection of north-south Interstate-91 and east-west Massachusetts 2. (Map and directions on Google maps)
Get to Boston in less than 1 1/2 hours, and to New York City in about 2 1/2 hours.
Greenfield lies along Amtrak's Vermont Corridor—from Springfield to Greenfield to St. Albans
Bradley International Airport
45 minutes away in Windsor Locks, CT—served by the major airlines
Logan International Airport
One of the busiest airports in the U.S. is about 2 hours away in Boston