The City of Westfield offers 549 acres of developable land that is zoned Industrial A — our most permissive zone. Explore just a few of the available properties throughout Westfield. Read More »



Powered by Westfield’s Gas + Electric, Whip City Fiber provides high-speed, fiber-optic internet and phone service to residents and businesses throughout Westfield. For businesses, Whip City Fiber’s 1 gigabit internet is available in flexible packages to meet customized needs and enables high levels of productivity and efficiency. Learn more at »



Westfield Gas + Electric provides natural gas and electrical service to residents and businesses across the city of Westfield, Mass. Maintaining a mission of providing stable, reliable, competitively priced energy and high quality services for the benefit of customers and the greater Westfield community, the Gas + Electric department has served the City of Westfield since 1899. Now offering telecom services, including phone and high-speed fiber internet, Westfield Gas + Electric prides itself on superior service to residents and businesses. Learn more at »



Through a wide array of development incentives, a business friendly environment, and vibrant and knowledgeable workforce, Westfield is considered one of the business hubs in the Pioneer Valley. Whether your business is in search of specialized financing, demographic data, or access to attractive tax incentive programs, the City Advancement Office here to serve your company. Learn more at »



The Greater Westfield Chamber of Commerce operates on a mission to develop and foster a prosperous business environment by serving, protecting and promoting its members through advocacy, education, information, marketing, and networking programs and activities. With member events, member-hosted events, and a host of features and services available to member businesses, the Greater Westfield Chamber of Commerce serves as an important support for new and existing businesses. Read More »



The Water Division is responsible for producing and delivering drinking water that meets or exceeds all federal and state standards. This division owns and operates more than 220 miles of underground piping, two drinking water treatment facilities, two reservoir watersheds, four booster pumping stations, seven dams, and eight groundwater wells. Read More »



Westfield Barnes Regional Airport is a public/military airport in Hampden County, Massachusetts, United States. It is owned by the City of Westfield and is three miles north of downtown Westfield. The airport is northwest of the larger city of Springfield. Formerly known as Barnes Municipal Airport, it is included in the National Plan of Integrated Airport Systems for 2011-2015, which categorized it as a general aviation facility. Read More »



The mission of the department of public works is to preserve the integrity of the infrastructure in the City of Westfield through effective management and operation. Our goal is to serve the approximate 41,000 residents and ensure their safety. Read More »



Since 1938, Pinsly Railroad Company has been dedicated to providing its customers with innovative, dependable transportation services. Based in Westfield, Pinsly is a holding company of several short line railroads. It is one of the oldest such companies in the United States, having been founded in 1938 and owned railroads ever since. Read More »



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Westfield’s large industrial zone, excellent highway/rail/air access, fast track permitting, economic incentive program, proximity to the region’s knowledge corridor of higher learning educational facilities, and highly skilled labor force contribute towards the success of any business.

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