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East Longmeadow, Massachusetts, is a long-established New England town with a rich history. The East Longmeadow community embraces all groups, clubs, or organizations – be they political, religious, social, or athletic in nature. We’re a town that celebrates diversity and new experiences.

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Welcome to East Longmeadow

The “East Village” section of Longmeadow split off from the “West Village” in 1894 to form the separate town now called East Longmeadow. Then, the population was about 570. East Longmeadow by this time was an economically and ethnically diverse community with many businesses and industries, a busy railroad yard, and a dozen operational red sandstone quarries. 
The arrival of the trolley line in 1896 linking Springfield to Connecticut created rapid growth. By mid-century, East Longmeadow had become a town with charming town buildings, an elegant Community House, several schools, and a population approaching 15,000.

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