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...


Annual Town Election is Tuesday, April 28, 2015  
The Annual Town Election is to take place on Tuesday, April 28, 2015 at the Oliver Ames High School located on Lothrop Street. All Easton voters are to vote at the High School. Polls are open from 7:00 am to 8:00 pm. For a sample ballot, click here. For general voter information, click here. If you have questions, please call the Town Clerk's Office at (508) 230-0500.
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Town Administrator Releases 2nd Update to Preliminary Budget  
The Town Administrator has released the second update to the preliminary fiscal year 2016 budget memorandum reflecting a balanced budget. The updated budget memorandum can be viewed by clicking here. To view all budget information for the upcoming fiscal year, visit our financial information page at this location. To stay up-to-date as the budget progresses towards Annual Town Meeting on May 18, 2015, visit our Town Meeting webpage.
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Town Offices Closed on April 20th: Patriots' Day  

In observance of Patriots's Day, the Town Offices will be closed on Monday, April 20th. The Offices will reopen for business on Tuesday the 21st from 8:30 AM to 7:30 PM.
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Senator Joyce Announces Office Hours: May 6

 Senator Brian A. Joyce is pleased to announce that he will hold office hours in Easton on Wednesday May 6th from 10:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. in the Collen A. Corona Board Room, 1st floor, at the Town Hall, 136 Elm Street. “I encourage all interested constituents to attend my district office hours,” said Senator Joyce. As always, individuals with questions or concerns are encouraged to call Senator Joyce’s State House office at (617) 722-1643.  The Senator can also be reached by email at