In observance of Thanksgiving, the Easton Town Offices will close at 12:30 pm on Wednesday, November 26 and remain closed on Thanksgiving and Friday the 27th. Have a safe and happy Thanksgiving.



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...


Seasonal Flu Clinic - December 3

The Easton Board of Health is pleased to announce that a Seasonal Flu Clinic will be held for Easton residents Wednesday December 3rd from 4:30 PM to 6:30 PM in the Atrium at Oliver Ames High School, 100 Lothrop Street, North Easton, MA 02356.  Vaccine will be available for individuals three years of age and older. Contact the Board of Health at 508-230-0620 with any questions.

Trash and Recycling Pickup Schedule for Week of November 10
Due to Veterans Day, there will be no trash or recycling pickup on Tuesday, November 11. WM customers, from Tuesday through the rest of the week, should place their trash and recycling on the curb one day delayed. Monday pickup will take place as usual.
Easton Color Seal
Veterans Day Parade

Easton’s annual Veterans Day Parade is scheduled for Tuesday, November 11th.  Groups are asked to form at Washington Plaza no later than 10:30 am as the parade will kick off exactly at 11:00 am.  The parade route will be marching from Washington Plaza up Main Street to the World War I Memorial, where there will be a ceremony.  After this ceremony the parade will reform and continue to Veterans Memorial Park and the World War II, Korean and Vietnam Memorial where there will be another ceremony.  This is also where the parade will end.

Winter Energy Prices

As you may be aware, effective November 1st, National Grid electric rates are set to increase by up to 37%. This increase in price is driven by an increasing reliance on natural gas for electricity generation and an increase in demand for natural gas region wide. In order to mitigate the increasing cost in energy, consider visiting for information on energy efficiency rebates and other cost-savings measures.