Flexible, Friendly, and Fair are the guidelines the Town of West Springfield staff use when working with new businesses. We take pride in being business friendly and encouraging growth in the area. Specifically, my office meets with all current and aspiring business owners in an attempt to help them through the process from start to finish. This allows us to be a part of projects that will benefit the community as a whole. Our close relationship with the chamber is great; we are able to have a connection and stay up to date on current issues and concerns. Overall, we have a thriving business sector that has an overwhelming amount of West Side pride.Learn More
Visit West Springfield and enjoy playing a round of golf at one of the area's many courses, take a scenic bicycle ride along the Connecticut River and enjoy International cuisine of all varieties at a countless number of restaurants.
For 17 days each fall, The Big E comes to life on the grounds of Eastern States Exposition in West Springfield. As the largest fair in the northeast, fairgoers will experience top name entertainment, The Big E Super Circus, the Avenue of States, animals, competitive exhibits, rides, shopping, crafts, Mardi Gras parades and food from around the world. It's the last blast of summer!
Don't miss the rare opportunity to travel back in time by visiting the Storrowton Village Museum, which transports guests of all ages back to the 19th century with authentic demonstrations, games, and fashion of the days gone by.
Be sure to visit us again during the autumn months to see our world famous fall foliage!
Whether you come for the day or an extended visit West Springfield has something for everyone. Be sure to visit our Resource Links page for some great regional listings.Learn More
West Springfield, Massachusetts is a quaint city with a small town atmosphere. Located at the crossroads of New England, I-91 and the Massachusetts Turnpike— I -90, West Springfield is a place that successfully merges rural life with a thriving retail and restaurant business. Originally a farming community, the city has acquired national and international attention as the birthplace of the Morgan Horse, the location of the Josiah Day House, the oldest brick saltbox house in the United States and the home of The Big E, the largest Fair in the Northeast attracting more than 1 million guests annually.
Overlooking the scenic Connecticut River, friendly neighbors and a welcoming town green greet visitors with annual events under the canopy of beautiful Elm trees.
The city is in close proximity to Bradley International Airport in nearby Windsor Locks, Connecticut.Learn More