Attention Easton business owners: The staff of the City of Easton Department of Community & Economic Development has collected local,... more ››
Easton Mayor Sal Panto, Jr. today announced that 81 city employees will be furloughed to help close a projected General Fund $5.5 million (... more ››
My dear residents and friends:
SAVE THE DATE: Join City of Easton Mayor Sal Panto Jr. on Tuesday, April 7 at 4 pm for a Virtual Town Hall Meeting.
The Mayor,... more ››
Per the City of Easton Emergency Declaration by Mayor Sal Panto Jr., which was ratified by members of Easton City Council on Wednesday,... more ››
Easton Mayor Sal Panto states that “Due to the Coronavirus (COVID-19) and concern for public safety and the safety of our residents, I am... more ››
Special teleconference meeting of the Redevelopment Authority of Easton, PA on Thursday, April 2, 2020 at 5:30 PM. The meeting is open to... more ››
My fellow Eastonians:
NOTE: regular weekly residential trash pickup WILL still happen as scheduled.
The City of Easton Council Meeting this month will use the following procedure:The meeting will be live streamed from Council Chambers at... more ››
COVID-19 Executive Order Provisions The following policies and procedures are hereby decreed by Executive Order, but these may change on a... more ››
Due to the coronavirus for the public's safety, City Hall will be closed to the Public (with one exception) beginning Monday 3/16 for a... more ››
Starting April 13, 2020 and from this date forward, the Historic District Commission will have a new starting time of 5 pm. The meetings ... more ››
The agenda item regarding the proposed zoning amendments has been removed from the March 4th Planning Commission Meeting, and the Public... more ››
The newest version of the Zoning Ordinance amendments based on the Lehigh Valley Planning Commission's comments and community members.
The City of Easton has introduced a new mass notification system to help city residents, business owners, workers, and visitors stay... more ››
EASTONALERT officially launches Monday February 17. Our new system will replace the current NIXLE alert system.
At tonight's Easton City Council Committee Meeting, Mayor Sal Panto proposed the following timeline for the 185 S. Third Street Project: