Greenfield is a town in New Hampshire with a population of 1,748. Greenfield is in Hillsborough County. Living in Greenfield offers residents a rural feel and most residents own their homes. In Greenfield there are a lot of parks. Many young professionals live in Greenfield and residents tend to lean conservative. The public schools in Greenfield are above average.
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Majority of the people living here are very friendly and welcoming. This is a small tight-knit community, everyone knows everyone. The school district is very good academically.
There is the small store to work at which is mostly for college/ high school students. There are three main companies that the locals work at which are American Steel, New England Forest Products, and Crotched Mountain Rehab. But that doesn't give much of a range of employment opportunities. At Crotched Mountain there is a range of work from in the school helping kids with autism or in the hospital working with patients who have brain injuries. Most people in Greenfield have to travel outside the area for work.
Mother nature can never decide what she wants. In the spring/ fall time it can be 30 degrees windy and dreary, and the next it can be almost 60 sunny and beautiful. During the summer months (June- August) the weather is usually very hot and sunny with the occasional rain storm. The average temperature is from 65-85 with some days reaching about 90. In the winter months (November- March) there is always a lot of snow. The only natural disasters that we have are very big snow storms of a couple of feet at a time.