Easton's Oldest Veteran Recognized
The Town of Easton is pleased to recognize C. Paul Mullen as the oldest veteran. Paul is the last Easton resident who served in World War II. This honor does not only come with the distinction of age, but also with gratitude for his service of our country. We hold all our veteran's in highest esteem and Paul in particular for being our elder veteran. Thank you for your service!
In Easton, small town values are a way of life.
The Town of Easton is situated only a few miles from the Canadian border and is surrounded by farm land and some of the most beautiful scenic views in Aroostook County. Easton is also known for its exceptional school system, impressive ATV and snowmobile trail systems, affordable housing, and low property taxes making Easton a great community to be a part of. Easton offers its 1,287 residents a comfortable, safe and economically stable place to call home. To see a copy of our brochure click here for page 1 and here for page 2.
Choosing a place to live is one of the most important decisions you will make. Whether you are looking for a beautiful piece of land to build your dream home or an affordable apartment to call your own, the Town of Easton has sensible options to choose from. There are five rental complexes close to the downtown center as well as three mobile home parks in Easton. There are also housing alternatives for the disabled or elderly which include most utilities and a recreational room on site where daily or weekly exercise programs and nutritional aid are provided by the Recreation Department.