The homepage of our Economic Development Council
Our mission is simple: Establish our Town as one of the premier communities to open and grow your business. Our team wants to work with you to promote sustainable economic development and collaboratively seek local and regional opportunities.
Doing Business in Easton - a Guide to the Permitting and Licensing Process
This guide to doing business in the Town of Easton is the result of the collaboration of the departments and boards in Town that most frequently issue permits, licenses, and rulings relating to conducting various types of business. The guide is interactive and will provide you with direct hyperlinks to permit applications, fee schedules, contact information and other useful information to assist you in starting or maintaining your business.
Please note: interactive guide is most functional in Internet Explorer browsers, and some features may be disabled in Chrome or Firefox.
If you have any questions regarding this guide, please contact Michael Blanchard at (508) 230-0513 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Why Choose Easton?
Located just 30 minutes south of Boston and 45 minutes from Providence, Easton is uniquely situated at the heart of the Southeastern Massachusetts' major highway systems, with easy access to routes 24, 138, 106, and I-495.
Voted one of CNN Money Magazine's Top 100 Places to Live, Easton is a friendly, community-minded place to live and work. The Easton public school system is one of the best in Massachusetts. Easton has access to numerous retail stores, restaurants and services. It also has plentiful and diverse recreational facilities, including Borderland State Park, Stonehill College, and miles of public hiking trails.
For more information about Easton, visit our "About Easton" page.