About Farmington Economic Development
Route 11 - Road to Prosperity
Ideally located on NH Route 11, Farmington, New Hampshire is home to a healthy mix of industrial, retail, and service sector businesses. With a commercial/industrial corridor along NH Route 11 and a historic downtown that reflects its past in a quaint and attractive setting, Farmington provides a variety of opportunities for start-up, expanding or relocating businesses.
Farmington is home to a telecommunications firm, construction industries, an energy management firm, various manufacturing firms and more. Downtown Farmington is anchored by TDS Telecom and TD Bank and includes a myriad of other service, retail and eating establishments. Sarah Greenfield Business Park, a thriving business park located on NH Route 153 and within one of Farmington's Economic Revitalization Zones, provides easy access to NH Route 11 and includes a NH-licensed daycare facility that has achieved Licensed Plus accreditation.
In addition to a diverse economy, Farmington also offers a wide range of housing options. From historic homes near the downtown to rural settings with large acreage, you'll find something to suit your tastes.
Farmington also provides a great environment for families and children. Sports and other activities abound through the school system, the Farmington Parks and Recreation Department and the Farmington 500 Club – Boys and Girls. Three municipal parks, ball fields, and conservation areas along the Mad River and other nature walks in town ensure a little bit of everything to pique your interest! The Parks and Recreation Department offers many activities for seniors as well. Farmington also boasts the Farmington Country Club, a 9-hole par 36 semi-private golf course, located along the banks of the Cocheco River.
New Hampshire Routes 11, 153 and 75 traverse the town, providing important links to New Hampshire's airports, seaport, State capitol, Seacoast, Lakes Region and White Mountains. So, yes, you can get there from here!