Holiday Memories

Easton's Public Works Department has restored a pair of vintage holiday decorations from 1966.

These lights originally hung on utility poles on Washington Street.

Public Works repaired the damaged electrical sockets, repainted the entire candle and replaced the existing lights with LED lights. The original seventy two, 10 watt bulbs and have been replaced with .98 watt LED bulbs.

The lights can be seen, from the road at 9030 Bryan Drive, at the Public Works building and will be lit nightly from November 28th thru January 1st.

The restoration was completed by Public Works employee Bert Murphy. Glenn Towers is shown hanging the decorations.

Town Council Meeting November 17th

The live broadcast of the Town Council Meeting was unavailable on the night of the meetibng. Please click here to view the replay (subject to availability).

The presentation concerning the proposed Food Hub is available here.

Fraud Alert - EZ-Pass

You just got back from a trip and you log onto your computer to check your e-mail. The e-mail appears to be from E-ZPass and it explains that you have unpaid tolls that needs to be satisfied or charges will be placed.

The email points to a link for you to follow to download the invoice. Instead on an invoice the link downloads a zip file that contains an executable with location aware malware.

Some of the command and control server locations are associated with the ASProx botnet, which has previously disseminated other spam imitating major retail stores.

It does not appear the E-ZPass e-mails actually attempt to entice recipients to pay anything. Rather, the infected machines are reportedly used for advertising click-fraud.

If you find that you have downloaded this file it is imperative that you immediately have your computer cleaned.

Check out the IC3 website for additional internet scams.

Parking Permits

All Town issued parking permits will expire on December 31st. Six-month or annual permits may be purchased at the Town office.

Please click here for a copy of the permit application.

Police Advisory - Active Phone Scam

The Easton Police Department would like to make citizens aware of a phone scam currently be experienced in the community. The scammers advise citizens that they are calling because they owe back taxes. Police are advising citizens not to provide any personal information to the callers or make any payments. The callers were said to be very aggressive in their tactics. Anyone who has questions about the legitimacy of a call may contact EPD at 410-822-1111


Minutes from ALL meetings can be found here

Agendas for upcoming meetings

Please note that the Agenda's available here may reflect past meetings. The agenda from the most recent meeting remains posted until the next agenda becomes available.

Town Council Meetings are held on the first and third Monday of each month in the Council Chambers at 14 South Harrison St

Agenda for Upcoming Meeting

Minutes from past meetings can be found .

Video from prior Council Meetings can be viewed here.