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Cities and Towns in Our Region


Agawam

Agawam's name, which means "crooked river" comes from its location along the banks of the Connecticut river. This residential community with a thriving commercial and industrial base has grown from its roots as an agricultural town. Today, the Agawam Industrial Park promises increased business growth, while the jewel of the city is Six Flags New England, the largest amusement park in New England.

The Town of Agawam is managed through a mayoral form of government and a town council.

Municipal Offices
Town Hall
36 Main Street,
Agawam, MA 01001
Phone: (413) 786-0400
Fax: (413) 786-9927

For community information and statistics, please visit
the Pioneer Valley Planning Commission website.

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East Longmeadow

East Longmeadow embodies a perfect combination of rural living with a strong retail and industrial base. A bedroom community set amidst rolling fields and woodlands, it is home to Hasbro Games (formerly Milton Bradley Company), an internationally known toy and game company, and to Lenox (formerly American Saw & Mfg. Co.). East Longmeadow has a family ambience enhanced by its community spirit. Its Independence Day parade is the largest in the area. Recreational facilities abound at the 46-acre Heritage Park.

The Town of East Longmeadow is managed through town selectmen, an executive secretary and an open town meeting.

Municipal Offices
Town Hall
60 Center Square, East Longmeadow, MA 01028
Phone: (413) 525-5400
Fax: (413) 525-1025

For community information and statistics, please visit
the Pioneer Valley Planning Commission website.

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Hampden

Hampden is a rural New England village located only 10 miles from Springfield. Residential, single family homes nestle among fields, forests and hills. Hampden is home to Laughing Brook Education & Wildlife Sanctuary, a Massachusetts Audubon Society managed environmental education center. Hampden has a healthy arts community and offers a spectrum of retail goods and services for its residents.

The Town of Hampden is managed through town selectmen, an administrative assistant and an open town meeting.

Municipal Offices
Town Hall
625 Main Street,
Hampden, MA 01036
Phone: (413) 566-2151
Fax: (413) 566-2010

For community information and statistics, please visit
the Pioneer Valley Planning Commission website.

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Longmeadow

Longmeadow is one of the most affluent residential communities in Western Massachusetts. A community of beautiful homes, Longmeadow is notable for its classic green surrounded by Colonial and Federal style dwellings. Bay Path College, a four-year private women’s college, is located here.

The town also boasts a wealth of recreational areas, including the 340-acre Fanny Stebbins Wildlife Refuge, two country clubs, a 370-acre conservation area and two recreational parks: Turner Park and Bliss Road Park.

Two shopping areas serve the community, and the primary businesses here are retail establishments.

The Town of Longmeadow is managed through town selectmen, a town administrator and an open town meeting.

Municipal Offices
Town Hall
29 Williams Street,
Longmeadow, MA 01106
Phone: (413) 567-1066
Fax: (413) 567-9751

For community information and statistics, please visit
the Pioneer Valley Planning Commission website.

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Ludlow

Ludlow is a residential community with a suburban setting and a healthy business and industrial base. Mass Pike Exit 7 provides easy access to other areas within the region and the state which has contributed to its growth as a suburban community. Ludlow’s excellent recreational facilities, community spirit and an abundance of ethnic restaurants and social clubs make it unique.

The Town of Ludlow is is managed through town selectmen, an executive secretary and a representative town meeting.

Municipal Offices
Town Hall
488 Chapin Street,
Ludlow, MA 01056
Phone: (413) 583-5600
Fax: (413) 583-5603

For community information and statistics, please visit
the Pioneer Valley Planning Commission website.

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Springfield

Springfield is the cultural and industrial center of Western Massachusetts, blessed with many beautiful residential neighborhoods, several vital ethnic communities, and a healthy business community. The city’s location along the Connecticut River at the crossroads of two major highways, the Mass Pike and I-91, give it a natural leadership in the area. An abundance of educational, medical and cultural facilities contribute to its vitality. The world-renowned Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame calls Springfield and its developing riverfront its home. The city is well served by its business leaders who have worked hard to revitalize the central area, with great success.

The City of Springfield is managed through a mayoral form of government and a city council.

Municipal Offices
City Hall
36 Court Street,
Springfield, MA 01103
Phone: (413) 787-6100
Fax: (413) 787-6104

For community information and statistics, please visit
the Pioneer Valley Planning Commission website.

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West Springfield

West Springfield is notable for its growing commercial center featuring major retailers and warehouse outlets along Route 5. This town, which enjoys a strong residential base, is also famous as the home of the Eastern States exposition which hosts The Big E, New England’s regional fair. Storrowton Village, a recreated village of Colonial America is also permanently established on the fairgrounds.

The Town of West Springfield is managed through a mayoral form of government and a town council.

Municipal Offices
Town Hall
26 Central Street,
West Springfield, MA 01089
Phone: (413) 263-3000
Fax: (413) 746-5592

For community information and statistics, please visit
the Pioneer Valley Planning Commission website.

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Wilbraham

Wilbraham is a residential community which prides itself on its many beautiful homes, large tracts of preserved open space and orchards. It is also home to a growing retail district along Boston Road on its eastern border. Quality education is a major value in Wilbraham and, in addition to a highly-rated public school system, Wilbraham & Monson Academy, a private residential preparatory school with a lovely green campus, is in the center of town.

The Town of Wilbraham is managed through town selectmen, a town administrator and an open town meeting.

Municipal Offices
Town Hall
240 Springfield Street,
Wilbraham, MA 01095
Phone: (413) 596-8111
Fax: (413) 596-9256

For community information and statistics, please visit
the Pioneer Valley Planning Commission website.

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