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The Economic Development Council of Easton is proud to announce the release of Easton's community showcase video series. The series highlights many of the amenities that make Easton a great place to live, work and visit! The video series is available now by scrolling down. large comingsoon

WELCOME TO THE TOWN OF EASTON, MASSACHUSETTS

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...

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CPA Project Eligibility Applications Available Since its adoption in 2001, the Community Preservation Act has helped Easton protect numerous historic and resources and open spaces, improve our affordable housing stock and improve access to outdoor recreation.  In order to be eligible for FY19 CPA funding, applicants for all potential projects must submit an Application for Eligibility by November 3, 2017. Read More...
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Health Promotion Clinic for Residents of Easton

A Health Promotion Clinic for residents of Easton Will Be Held on Thursday, August, 24, 2017 from 9:00 to 11:00 A.M. at the Council On Aging, Frothingham Hall, 15 Barrows Street, Easton. The clinic will provide Total Cholesterol, Blood Pressure and Diabetic (Blood Sugar) Screenings.  Due to the limited number of appointments available, please call the Council On Aging at (508) 238-3160 to schedule an appointment.  No Walk-Ins will be screened. The clinic is free of charge and open to any resident 20 years of age or older.

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September 10 Deadline:  Applications for 2017 NRT Harvest and Crafts Fair Organizations applying for space must be formal non-profit organizations
that are oriented either toward natural resources such as environmental
stewardship, animal husbandry, open space management and farming and
horticultural practices, or be town or civic organizations supporting
educational or cultural activities. Organizations that do not qualify include partisan political groups, athletic booster clubs, individual fundraisers, and religiously affiliated groups.  The NRT Board of Directors reserves the right to make the final selection of non-profits attending the fair.  Applications received after the Sept. 10th deadline will not be considered.  For a list of the rules for a non-profit participation, and an application form, please go to 2017 NRT Harvest and Crafts Fair Applications.