The Mayor invites citizens to participate in a discussion on how to spend its money from the American Rescue Plan Act.
The City of Greenfield will be auctioning off a six-acre parcel with house at 87 Stone Ridge Lane.
A 13-acre parcel of land on Stone Ridge Lane will be sold at public auction on October 13.
Greenfield has been awarded a $400,000 PARC Grant to transform a parking lot into a skatepark.
Join in celebrating the beautiful pollinator gardens and site improvements at Fiske Avenue.
The auction of property at 87 Stone Ridge Lane is postponed.
Click through to article to download a "Masks Required" sign for your business, organization, or office.
The Mayor has released an Executive Order detailing new mask requirements.
MassDevelopment has announced that Abercrombie Greenfield, LLC will receive $450,000 in financing for energy improvements.
The application is open until October 15th for the $16,700 in total funding
Twelve recommendations are being advanced for consideration.
Complete The Survey By Thursday, October 23rd
Construction schedule moved up three years to FY21 from FY24
In regards to the death of George Floyd
A tip to ensure the water in your pipes is fresh.
Currently due May 1, 2020 until June 29, 2020
Phase 1 of the Reopening Plan for the City of Greenfield
Monday, May 4th and Tuesday, May 5th, 2020
Mayor Roxann Wedegartner and Greenfield Department of Health Issue Joint Advisory
Fiscal Year 2021 Proposed Budget and Capital Plan 2021 - 2026 Presented by Mayor Roxann Wedegartner
Starting Wednesday, April 8, 2020, at 7:00 am, and is expected to be finished in two weeks (weather dependent)
The 2020 Census will determine where billions of dollars worth of federal funding is spent -- including how much emergency and disaster relief aid our community gets.
Greenfield Emergency Operations Center (EOC) is looking for donations of Personal Protective Equipment
COVID-19 Community Information Line is 413 775 6411
Mayor Roxann Wedegartner has declared a State of Emergency as of March 13, 2020.
On Friday, March 13, 2020, at 4:00 pm, Mayor Roxann Wedegartner declared a State of Emergency in the City. Please check this page for updates on the Novel Coronavirus.
By order of Mayor Roxann Wedegartner, parking is now free on Saturdays
The City of Greenfield now has a new seal!
11:00 AM Tuesday, October 29th
October 15th Public Presentation
Moody’s and Standards & Poors confirm Bond Ratings for Greenfield
Starting Tuesday, August 20th
Thursday, June 27th at the John Zon Community Center 5:30 PM
Survey of Greenfield Residents Available
The Greenfield Department of Public Works is pleased to offer Bulky Curbside Collection again this season.
The City of Greenfield will begin flushing fire hydrants on Monday, April 22, 2019 between the hours of 7:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
On Saturday, March 16th, there was a water main break near 244 Country Club Road at approximately 6:15 p.m.
Eight New Charging Ports Now Available Through Eversource Grant Program
Greenfield Light & Power has Greenest Year Yet!
Leaves Disposal Options
October 11th, from 5-6:30pm, at 114 Main St
$9,375 from the Pre-Disaster Mitigation program
As a precaution, limit recreational activities in the Connecticut River for the next 24 to 48 hours
New system to provide Emergency Alerts to Greenfield Residents and Businesses
Census tracts 414 and 413 targeted for investment
Thursday, April 26
Learn how and when seniors age 60+ apply for property tax exemptions
October 5, 2017
Learn how to lead Healthy Bones & Balance Class
Trash and Recycling Schedule
Improvements at the Town Hall, Four Corners, and the Middle School
Thursday, July 13, 2017 - 5:00 PM, Fiske Avenue Parking Lot
$39,651 for enhancing the server and network infrastructure
Photos from the Event
Give citizens a view into every level of municipal finances
Forish Construction to be Builder
Construction will begin May 1st
Removal will be in late April
Tree planting ceremony, Friday, April 28, at 10 am, at the corner of Pierce & Davis Street
April 17 - Patriots’ Day Holiday
Reconstruct Silver Street from Chapman Street to Federal Street
Emergency Parking Ban and Early Trash Pick-Up
6 p.m. 12/29 - 6 a.m. 12/30
Wednesday, December 28th from 7:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. from Leonard to Garfield Street
When the City determines parking will be drastically altered or that the paying of meters would cause a possible safety hazard, the City will not issue parking citations for non-payment.
The town will offer free parking for the holidays on Fridays and Saturdays from November 25 to December 31, 2016 in the municipal parking lots.
Greenfield Senior Center Dance Party Friday, October 21, 7:00-10:00pm
Dr. Lisa Fontes will discuss her new book on coercive behavior in relationships
MIIA Rewards Program Pays Back
Nash’s Mill Road Closed on the Leyden Road End
Call to Art Entries!
Leyden Road Water Project Update
Celebrate summer with a free family-friendly event featuring Davis Bates
New Greenfield Housing
Senior sized and senior priced weekly share, pick up at Greenfield Senior Center
Offered by Greenfield Senior Center
Bulky Item Curbside Collection
2016 Spring Hydrant Flushing Program
Dance Company invites dancers for the start of the spring season
Sustainable Greenfield Implementation Committee to Hold Public Meeting March 14
Street Sweeping Public Service Announcement
Learn about the program, and enjoy refreshments at the Senior Center
Liberty Tax Service of Greenfield will provide free income tax prep (age 65+). By appointment only.
Presidents’ Day Rubbish and Recycling Schedule
Wednesday, February 10, 2016, 07:30 pm at the Senior Center
Emergency Winter Parking Ban
Rubbish and Recycling Schedule for Martin Luther King Holiday Week
Christmas Tree Disposal
Expanded Service for Greenfield
TOWN OF GREENFIELD, MASSACHUSETTS
December 25th and January 1st
Welcome to our new website
Highlights Include Enhanced Services, Growing Creative Economy, and Community Beautification
Town WiFi project approved