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We at City Machine Corporation try our best to do our part in the community.  We believe in supporting the community that supports us in so many ways.

Recycling – At City Machine, we take every opportunity to decrease our carbon footprint.  Recycling our office paper is one way we’re earth-conscience. We remove many pounds of scrap metal from our facility each month. Our scrap metal recycling program is something we are proud to take part in.

Community Outreach – We are always up for a challenge at City Machine and offer our help in the community when we see a project fit.  If you have a project in need of machine shop help, give us a call!

Cause Involvement – Each year our shop participates in Katelynn’s Ride. Katelynn’s Ride was formed in memory of eleven-year old Katelynn Battista of West Springfield who lost her battle with cancer in 1997. Over the past 9 years, the event has successfully raised more than 1.2 million dollars in the fight against cancer!


In 2003, City Machine Corporation assisted in creating a memorial for 9/11 victim Melissa Harrington-Hughes.  Ms. Harrington-Hughes was on the 101st floor of the World Trade Center when the first plane hit.  She was a 31-year-old newlywed, native to West Springfield, living in San Fransisco with her husband.  She was in New York City on a business trip.


The Greater Holyoke Chamber of Commerce named City Machine Corporation Small Business of the Year in 2000.   We are proud to be honored in this way.