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City of Springfield, Massachusetts

www.springfield-ma.gov

 
The City of Springfield, Massachusetts is located about 90 miles West of Boston and 150 miles from New York City. The City is approximately 33 square miles and is conveniently located at the Massachusetts Turnpike, Route 91 and Route 291. Population of 155,000 people, makes it the 4th largest City in New England. The National Basketball Hall of Fame is in Springfield. It is the first City of Springfield in the US. Often called the City of Firsts, it`s home to many "firsts". Also birthplace of Dr. Seuss.
  • Number of Employees: 1K-10K
  • Annual Revenue: $0-1 Million

Executives

Name Title Contact Details
Talia Gee
Chief Diversity and Inclusion Officer Profile
William Mahoney
Director of Human Resources and Labor Relations Profile

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