Incorporated in 1725, the Town of Easton is located 30 minutes from Boston, 45 minutes from Cape Cod, and 45 minutes from Providence. The community is approximately 29 square miles in area and has an estimated 2010 population of 23,357. Easton is governed by an Open Town Meeting and the executive branch is made up of an elected five-member Board of Selectmen, serving three-year terms. The Board hires a full-time Town Administrator to supervise the daily operations of the government. More...
Notice to Easton Residents: Due to prolonged dry conditions, the Easton DPW Water Division is asking all residents to conserve water by not watering lawns and reduce consumption when possible. Easton has received approximately 10 inches less rainfall this year then compared to last year at this time. In order to avoid full implementation of a complete watering ban we are asking you and your neighbors to help conserve our drinking water. Thank you for your help and please share this information.
WELCOME TO THE TOWN OF EASTON, MASSACHUSETTS
State Representative Shaunna O'Connell will be holding office hours on Monday, September 22 from 11:00 am to 12:00 pm at the Easton Town Hall in the Selectmen's Office, located at 136 Elm Street, N. Easton. Anyone wishing to meet with her may drop in or call 617-722-2305 to reserve an appointment, including appointments that need to be scheduled outside office hours.
Effective October 1, 2014, Waste Management customers in Easton will now have their 96 gallon single stream recycling bin picked up every week along with their regular trash. Bulky item pickup will double in frequency and will occur quarterly. For full information, click here.
The Easton Community Preservation Act Committee (CPC) invites interested parties to apply for the next round of Community Preservation Act (CPA) funding. Projects eligible for funding address one or more of the following goals: Open space preservation (conservation or recreation); historic preservation; community housing. All potential projects must first apply to the Community Preservation Committee and projects supported by the CPC are then sent to Town Meeting in May. The CPC expects FY16 available funding to be extremely limited and not all potential projects are likely to be funded.Read More...