Infrastructure - Why Lenox
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A small town, Lenox is still known for our commitment to the details. Our roads, water treatment and distribution system and storm drainage system have all won awards. And as the world changes we are now focused on building out a premier internet network.

Right in the Action

Lenox is only a couple hours from both New York City and Boston. Being right in the middle of these two east coast hubs means that you can enjoy the relaxation of the country and still have access to major markets, transportation and everything else that major cities offer.

Water, Sewer, Gas, Internet

Water Report

The Town of Lenox DPW is proud to issue their annual Drinking Water Quality Report. Each year over 1,000 tests are conducted to ensure safe, high quality water for the residents of Lenox.

Sewer Regulations

Regulation of Sewer Use: regulating the use of public and private sewers and drains, the installation and connection of building sewers, and the discharge of waters and wastes into the public sewer system… See more below

Broadband

Natural Gas

Transportation to Lenox

By Car

 

From New Jersey, New York City, or Long Island areas
follow any of the parkways north to I-87 North to I-90 East to Exit 2 (Lee, MA)

 

From Taconic State Parkway
to Northern Berkshires take Route 295 East to 41 North to 20 East to 7 North
to Central Berkshires take Route 295 East to 41 North to 20 East
to Southern Berkshires take Route 23 East

 

From the Albany, NY area
to northern and central Berkshires follow I-90 East (MASS Pike) then take Exit 11 (Nassau, NY) to Route 20 East
to southern Berkshires take Exit 2 (Lee, MA)

 

From the Hartford, CT area
follow I-91 North to I-90 West to Exit 2 (Lee, MA)

 

From Western CT areas
follow either Route 7 or 8 North

 

From Eastern MA area
to northern and central Berkshires follow I-90 West (MASS Pike) to Exit 2 (Lee, MA)
to southern Berkshires follow I-90 West (MASS Pike) toExit 1 (West Stockbridge, MA)

By Train

 

Amtrak offers service to Pittsfield on the Lake Shore Limited, which runs between Boston and Chicago – 800-USA-RAIL

By Bus

 

Peter Pan Bus Lines – 800-237-8747
Greyhound – 800-231-2222

 

Within the Berkshires

Berkshire Regional Transit Authority (BRTA) – 800-292-BRTA

By Air

Metropolitan Airports

Albany Airport (ALB) – 60 minutes, 45 miles
Bradley International Airport (BDL) – 80 minutes, 70 miles
Logan International Airport (BOS) – 2 1/2 hours, 135 miles
New York City Airports (JFK, LGA, EWR) – 3 hours, 155 miles

Private Jet or Plane

Harriman-West Airport – North Adams, MA
Lyon Aviation – Pittsfield, MA
Great Barrington Airport – Great Barrington, MA

Airport & Train Station Shuttles

A-List Luxury Car Service – West Stockbridge, MA 877-246-2547
Tobi’s Limousine Service, Inc. – Lenox, MA 413-637-1224
Upstate Green Cab – Latham, MA 518-956-0332