Economic Development

Downtown_View_Image1 (JPG)The Town of Mansfield is fast becoming one of the most sought-after communities in which to live and work in Massachusetts. An active, thriving community located in Bristol County, Mansfield is conveniently situated within minutes of I-495, I-95, and Routes 140 and 123.  It is equipped with its own Municipal Airport and a commuter rail MBTA Station offering convenient access to Providence, Boston, Cape Cod, and beyond. The Town is home to Cabot Business Park, an 850-acre campus-style Industrial Park; Mansfield Bio Incubator, a center for emerging life sciences innovation; a new life sciences campus with over 1 million square feet of potential; Mansfield Crossing, a bustling outdoor retail shopping village; numerous top-rated restaurants and boutiques; and so much more.

Mansfield’s Economic Development Team represents a welcoming collaboration between Town Officials and Industrial Development Committee Members focused on helping businesses expand or find their new home. With a robust infrastructure, its own Municipal Electric Company offering one of the lowest electric rates in Massachusetts, and a MassBio Gold-Ready Designation, Mansfield is poised for continued growth and prosperity.

If your business is looking for a vibrant, growing, and business friendly environment in which to locate, contact our Economic Development Director, Christopher McDermott, directly at (508) 851-6410 or email

Discover Mansfield

2022-Footer Logo 2Learn more about what makes Mansfield the ideal place to locate and grow your business by visiting ChooseMansfield.com. This site outlines what makes Mansfield the ideal place to live, work, and play; from a bustling downtown, an expanding biotechnology campus, and well known Cabot Business Park. 

You can also receive up to the minute updates by following: 

Cabot Business Park

Cabot Business Park is home to numerous local, national and international companies. Cabot Business Park is one of the largest campus-style industrial parks in New England. Successful companies are attracted to the unique park location. Cabot Business Park provides users a competitive advantage in accessing the highly educated area work force as well as customers throughout New England. This 850-acre master planned park is well known for the following:

  • Scenic Appeal
  • Ample Water & Sewer Capacity
  • Efficient Permitting Process
  • Fiber Optics
  • Ideal Location
  • Municipally Owned and Operated Electric Service


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Mansfield’s Business Development and Permitting Guide charts a clear path for entrepreneurs seeking to launch or expand their enterprise within the Town. This critical document provides information regarding business certificates, building permits, and key personnel throughout municipal government. You can find the guide by clicking on the link below:


Select Board Economic Development Reports 

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Select Board Economic Development Presentation Cover Slide, December 7, 2022 Economic Development Update- 12/07/22 

Economic Development Update- 04/06/22

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Mansfield Cable Access Appearances 

Interested in learning more about how the Town supports its local business community? The Town Manager and Economic Development Director regularly sit down to discuss Mansfield's continuous efforts to attract investment, enable growth, and assist employers who have chosen to locate here. You can find these conversations on Mansfield Cable Access or by clicking on the links below.  

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Mansfield Welcomes Chase Wealth Management 

Amending the Mansfield Station Revitalization Overlay District

Discover Mansfield 

Town Website Relaunch 

Mansfield Station Revitalization District Zoning Amendments 

Rt. 106 Improvements  

Business Assistance 

Economic Development in Mansfield