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WE HAVE TEMPORARILY MOVED – please read below

****Please note a change to the Easton Town Board Meetings effective April of 2019 – the meetings will now be the 2nd Monday of each month at 7:00 p.m.****

** Following the July 2nd Town Board meeting we will begin to move all operations out of Burton Hall to allow for the completion of Phase 1 of the construction project. All town and court business will be conducted out of the Easton Firehouse on Route 40 until we are able to move back in to Burton Hall. Meeting dates and times, as well as court dates and times, will remain the same as listed below. Updates will be posted here.**

Burton Hall has been set down onto its new foundation!! The process to seal up the back of the building has begun. We will post additional information as progress continues.

Easton Town Board Meetings are held on the 2nd Monday of each month, at 7:00 p.m. in Burton Hall (unless otherwise noted – see above).

Regular Easton Town Planning Board Meetings are held on the 4th Tuesday of each month, at 7:00 p.m. in Burton Hall (unless otherwise noted – see above).

Burton Hall office hours can be found by clicking the “Contact” link.

Welcome to Easton, New York

downsized_0517111338a-mThe Town of Easton, Washington County, New York is a beautiful agricultural community located in the Hudson River Valley. The more than 30 farms located within its borders make Easton the most agricultural town in the region. From the mountains on the east to the Hudson River on the west the beauty is enhanced by the patchwork of open fields and wooded lots. This picturesque scenery is unsurpassed!

Easton boasts a variety of agricultural businesses – dairy, beef, horses, sheep, vegetables, fruits, field crops, plus several small scale ventures such as emus, goats and poultry. There is also a meat processing operation, an agricultural products store, a veterinary clinic, a farm machinery business, and an organic farm.

Visitors to our town may enjoy locally grown produce available at many farm stands, homemade ice cream, world-famous melons, golf courses, picturesque views, and several hiking trails at Dionondahowa Falls.