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West Brookfield

West Brookfield, Massachusetts was first settled by Europeans in 1665 and was officially incorporated in 1848, splitting off from Brookfield, which was originally settled as part of the Quaboag Plantation. Situated on the Historic Boston Post Road, the town was the halfway stop on the stage route from Worcester to Springfield. The Town is home to the Rock House Reservation, a massive, cave-like rock shelter, exposed after the glacial retreat 10,000 years ago, that served as a winter camp for Indigenous peoples.

CMRPC Commissioners

Each of CMRPC’s member communities have designated Commissioners who are part of the governing body of CMRPC.

Planning Board Appointment(s)
Rebekah Cornell (Delegate)

Select Board Appointment(s)
Ronald Sickenberger (Alternate)

Resources

You can find these documents in CMRPC’s Resource Library, along with hundreds of other documents and reports from across the region.

West Brookfield MVP Summary of Findings (2021)
West Brookfield Master Plan (2017)
West Brookfield Hazard Mitigation Plan (2017)

West Brookfield by the Numbers

Planning in progress! Check back later for demographic information.

Municipalities and governmental entities are allowed to contract directly with CMRPC in accordance with MGL Chapter 30B Sections 1 (b) (3) and (b) (9). Contract with CMRPC, contact CMRPC’s Executive Director, Janet Pierce at jpierce@cmrpc.org

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