NEW! 2013 INFORMATION AVAILABLE:
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- Inspection Notice (Assessor’s Office)
- Sandisfield Suggestion Box
- From the Town Clerk: Dates to Remember
- Burn Permit
Nestled between Sandy Brook and the Farmington River Valley, Sandisfield is the quintessential bucolic New England town, home to approximately eight hundred full-time residents; despite this diminutive population, Sandisfield’s borders encompass the most square miles of any town in Berkshire County.
Adorned with spectacular landscapes, numerous old farm houses, and large parcels that are State owned or under conservation restriction, Sandisfield has become a haven for second home owners, as the population increases to 2,500 during the summer months. Home to the Sandisfield State Forest, the Farmington and Clam Rivers, Upper Spectacle Pond, West Lake and Yanner Park, Sandisfield is a destination for those seeking not only serenity but also abundant outdoor recreational activities. Keeping with the traditions of its forefathers, Sandisfield boasts a thriving logging industry, numerous small farms, nurseries, an apple orchard and the historic New Boston Inn. Local businesses and trades people provide a unique array of goods and services to residents and visitors alike.
We look forward to welcoming you to our special community and thank you for taking the time to visit our website, a veritable gateway to all that we have to offer.