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At least two Suffield residents have recently fallen from their roofs trying to remove ice and snow. Please consider hiring professional help  before taking unnecessary risks. 

Winter Gas Safety...keep natural gas meters and outdoor gas appliance vents clear of snow and ice using a broom or your hands. Shovels can sometimes damage the equipment. If you smell gas leave immediately to a safe place and call 911

Business News & Announcements

  • Windsor Marketing Group Earns Family Business Award

  • Non-stop Flights to Los Angeles from Bradley

  • Airport Poised For Takeoff Under New Management

  • Pending Projects

  • Water & Sewer Utility Extension Project – We shortlisted three engineering firms and will conduct interviews.
  • Recently Completed Projects

  • Metal Finish & Supply Company – 12,500 sq ft expansion nearly complete. Received approvals for airport development zone.
  • Suffield Apartment Homes – 18 luxury apartments from adaptive reuse of a commercial building.
  • On-Going Business Locations

  • Merchandising Partners – Moved into 21 Kenney Roberts Memorial Drive in the Mach One Industrial Park – 15k sq ft. Received approvals for airport development zone.
  • Land Clearing Company – Acquired 16.5-acre Lot A7 of the New England Business Center off Firestone Drive as well as a contractor’s yard on Austin Street.
  • Ffyler Place Redevelopment – National pharmacy has purchase and sale agreement on front two-acres of former lumberyard.
  • Lincoln Educational Services – 56-acre campus with 200 dorm room educational facility is on the market.
  • C&S Wholesale Grocers – Exercised their option to acquire 700k sq ft distribution center.
  • Arcor Laser Services – Secured Small Business Express Grant for purchase of major piece of equipment.
  • Bridge Street School – Public forum held in May on future use of the property.
  • C-PACE Program – Suffield opted into this program for energy efficiency improvements for commercial/industrial properties. A business breakfast was held in October to highlight the program.
  • Suffield Hardware – Business and property are for sale.
  • New Shops – New furniture and antique store opened at West Suffield Shops; candy store, gift basket business and consignment shop have opened in Town Center.
  • Three Figs – Windsor restaurateur Rich Schuler is opening a new place at the former Suffield Inn.
  • Suffield Library ADA – Awarded $200,000 grant from Hartford Foundation for Public Giving. Work to begin next construction season.
  • Commercial Kennel – A new kennel has been approved and will begin construction in the spring.