Town Hall Closed Friday Until 1 pm

Due to the inclement weather, Town Hall will be closed to the public until 1 p.m. Offices are available via email or phone. The Easton Public Library will open at noon.

Mask Requirement Ends for Public Buildings and Schools Next Week

Masks will no longer be required in Easton’s public buildings beginning Monday, Feb. 28, according to an official announcement posted on the town website. This confirms First Selectman David Bindelglass’s statement last week that Feb. 28 is a “reasonable day to lift the mask mandate Continue reading “Mask Requirement Ends for Public Buildings and Schools Next Week”

Easton Reinstates Indoor Mask Mandate for Public Buildings

Given the recent surge in Covid 19 cases and the sharp increase  in Omicron cases First Selectman Dr. David Bindelglass said the town is reinstating a mask mandate for public buildings including Town Hall, the Easton Public Library and Senior Center. This action is in concert with Continue reading “Easton Reinstates Indoor Mask Mandate for Public Buildings”

Easton Celebrates Memorial Day

Excited.

That was the word on the lips of those who came out for Easton’s annual Memorial Day parade this year. Everyone from observers to marchers to speakers commemorating the day made the observation. This year’s parade was a time to honor those who have sacrificed for our country Continue reading “Easton Celebrates Memorial Day”

Letter: A Last-Minute Plea For Easton Citizens’ Safety and Fiscal Responsibility

To the Editor:

For the safety of Easton pedestrians and sensible use of our taxpayer funds, we should Vote “NO” on advisory BALLOT ITEM #5 that calls for spending a quarter-million dollars of our taxpayer money to build a multi-use sidewalk right next to speeding traffic on Sport Continue reading “Letter: A Last-Minute Plea For Easton Citizens’ Safety and Fiscal Responsibility”

Then & Now – The Easton Town Hall

Most of us have had occasion to visit the Town Hall at the corner of Center & Morehouse Roads. Have you ever wondered about the history of the building or what preceded the present edifice? Neither the location nor the structure appears to fit the typical Norman Rockwell image of Continue reading “Then & Now – The Easton Town Hall”

Easton Town Hall Opens to Tax Payers

As a result of COVID-19, Town Hall is still closed to the public, but is now open to those who wish to pay their taxes in person. Tax payers will be required to enter through the Center Road main door and exit through the Morehouse Road side door. The announcement was made by Krista Continue reading “Easton Town Hall Opens to Tax Payers”

Highlights from the Courier 6/29/20 – 7/5/20

In case you missed it, check out some of the articles below posted in the Easton Courier in the past week, from Monday, June 29 to Sunday, July 5.

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Easton Raises Gay Pride Flag for First Time

For the first time in Easton’s history, the gay pride flag is flying above Town Hall. Fairfield resident John Brannelly Jr. donated the flag. He reached out to all six towns in the greater Bridgeport area, asking if each would raise the flag in June to celebrate pride month. All Continue reading “Easton Raises Gay Pride Flag for First Time”

A Message from First Selectman Bindelglass … Update for 5/22/2020

Good Afternoon,  

We have begun the process to slowly, safely and conscientiously reopen Easton. We will explore a change in the operations of Town Hall to have more services run live from the offices in line with the Governor’s reopening of offices throughout the state. Town Hall Continue reading “A Message from First Selectman Bindelglass … Update for 5/22/2020”

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