Voters of Easton approved the debt exclusion to pay for the bonds to construct new Police, Fire and Public Works facilities throughout Easton on November 4th. The Town thanks those who came out to vote, as well as all of the citizens who have engaged with the project to date through community meetings, forums and tours. Now starts a 3-year process to design, bid and build the new facilities. We will regularly share updates with the public as we spend the next 12 months advancing through design ahead of construction. Learn about the new facilities on this page and check back for updates.
Easton Public Safety & Public Works Facilities Replacement Project
The Town of Easton is undertaking a public safety and public works facilities replacement project to improve the community’s essential services. The project involves the construction of a new combined DPW facility, police and fire headquarters, and fire substation, consolidating multiple buildings. The existing Police, Fire, and DPW facilities, which are over 50-70 years old, are outdated, noncompliant with health and safety codes, and no longer functional. The Municipal Building Committee actively involves the community by sharing the design plans and seeking input before obtaining project approval later this year.
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