West Springfield is a town in Massachusetts, Hampden County, on the west side of the Connecticut River from Springfield.
Interstate 91, the Massachusetts Turnpike (I-90), U.S. Route 5 (Riverdale Street), U.S. Route 20 (Westfield Street and downtown), and Massachusetts Route 147 all travel through the town (Memorial Avenue). West Springfield has no airports; the closest commercial passenger airport is Bradley International Airport in Windsor Locks, Connecticut.
The city has its school system, police force, fire department, library, public works agency, health department, and parks and recreation department. The city's school system is in charge of the schools (West Springfield Public Schools). West Springfield High School educates students in grades 9 through 12.
West Springfield is also home to Josiah Day House, considered the oldest known salt shaker-style brick house in the United States, and several well-kept parks, including Mittineague Park, Veterans Field, Cook's Park, and Town Common between Park Street & Park Ave from Elm to Main Streets.
Map of the area
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