US Route 50 Pedestrian Safety and Access Improvements
The Maryland Department of Transportation State Highway Administration is developing a project to improve pedestrian safety and access along US 50 in Easton. Project limits are US 50 from Dutchman’s Lane to just west of Lomax Street. Improvements include new sidewalks, raised landscaped medians and turn lane extensions at MD 328 and MD 331. US 50 median crossovers at Lomax and Arcadia streets will be closed for safety.
An optimized map of the proposed changes is available HERE.
Public Hearing for Resolution 6100
The Council of the Town of Easton will hold a public hearing on February 18, 2019 at 7:15 P.M. in the Council Meeting Room, 14 South Harrison Street. The purpose of this hearing is to discuss Resolution 6100, “A RESOLUTION OF THE TOWN OF EASTON AMENDING THE CHARTER OF THE TOWN OF EASTON TO ESTABLISH A PROCEDURE FOR RESOLVING A TIE VOTE IN AN ELECTION AND MATTERS GENERALLY RELATED THERETO.”
Copies of Resolution 6100 are on file in the office of the Town Clerk and are available for public inspection during normal business hours. They may also be found HERE, The public is hereby invited to attend the hearing and all interested parties shall be entitled to appear and be heard.
Persons wishing to attend or participate in the public hearing who require special accommodations or assistance because of a disability should contact the Town Clerk, Kathy Ruf at the Town Office, telephone number (410) 822-2525 during normal business hours by close of business February 15, 2019.
Public Hearing - Amendments to MXW Zone
The Easton Town Council will conduct a public hearing on Monday, February 4, 2019, at 7:15 p.m. in the Town Council Chambers located at 14 South Harrison Street, Easton, MD, to consider Ordinance Number 730. This Ordinance proposes amendments to Section 28-414 of the Town Code, which are the regulations of the Mixed Use Waterfront (MXW) Zoning District.
For additional information please see the Public Hearing Announcement
Town of Easton Immigration Statement
The Town of Easton believes a more diverse community is a stronger, more vibrant community, and is committed to treating all of its residents, including those who identify as immigrants, in a fair and just manner. Through its commitment to social justice and inclusion, one of Easton’s most important objectives is to enhance relationships with all residents, including immigrants, and to make all residents, workers and visitors feel safe and secure regardless of immigration status. Toward that end, the Town of Easton supports organizations like the Chesapeake Multi-Cultural Resource Center, whose mission is to strengthen immigrant families and to use all available resources to more fully integrate our immigrant residents into our community.
Further, the Town of Easton believes that the Easton Police Department should be focused on the safety and security of all of the Town residents regardless of immigration status. It is not the function or mission of the Easton Police Department to enforce federal immigration laws. The Easton Police Department will not check the citizenship status of individuals with whom they interact or are witnesses to crimes. The Easton Police Department has operated in this manner for many years and will continue to do so.
Easton Police Officers will continue to work in good faith with its federal law enforcement partners to apprehend criminals, especially those that commit serious or violent crimes, regardless of their immigration status. The Easton Police Department remains committed to upholding the laws it is empowered to enforce and to uphold the constitutions of the United States of America and the State of Maryland while recognizing it is not an authorized agent of the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement Agency (ICE).
The Town of Easton will continue to honor all valid and enforceable duties and obligations imposed by a court order or any valid federal or applicable law. But in the absence of such a court order or law, Easton will not use its funds, resources, facilities, property, equipment, or personnel to assist in the enforcement of federal civil immigration law or to gather information regarding the citizenship or immigration status of any person. Easton recognizes that it is a part of a country born of immigrants and will continue to support efforts that assist our immigrant population in becoming fully-vested citizens of our community.
Minutes from ALL meetings can be found here
Agendas for upcoming meetings
- Town Council
- Planning Commission
- Historic District Commission
- Board of Appeals
- Tree Board
- Park Board
- Affordable Housing Board
- Ethics Commission
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
Minutes from past meetings can be found .
Video from prior Council Meetings can be viewed here.
The Town of Easton Building Inspection Division & Code Enforcement Office is conducting a survey to gather information about our customer service. To help us with our efforts, please visit this link.