The Town of Erving has the distinction of being the last Franklin County Town to be incorporated, which occurred in 1838...Erving is a mix of residential homes, small and large businesses, restaurants, recreational and tourist destinations and large tracts of open farmland and forest. Join Us!
Erving’s geography provides outdoor enthusiasts with several recreational opportunities. Enjoy fishing, hiking, rafting along the Millers River, and rock climbing. Erving State Forest provides over 1,800 acres for camping, picnicking, and boating on Laurel Lake. Route 2 and Route 63 are part of the Commonwealth’s scenic by-way designation. See what Erving has to offer!
Erving is a great place to live and establish your business! Erving has natural beauty, an entrepreneurial spirit, and a competitive tax rate. Additionally, properties in Erving are eligible for New Market Tax Credits and has been designated by the U.S. Treasury and the Commonwealth of Massachusetts as an Opportunity Zone. We will be adding additional business-related content to our website in the future, to better serve our current and perspective business owners.
We are proud to support and promote local businesses in our new Business Directory feature.
Redevelopment: Millers Falls (IP) Paper Mill
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