Public Engagement

Whether you’ve lived in Easton for 3 months or 3 generations, we all want the same thing: the ability to live and work in a community we love without getting displaced. We can welcome change while still ensuring the city is looking out for current residents. We want to preserve the diverse sense of community, support our artists, preserve green spaces, healthy initiatives and other features that make Easton such a great place to live

  • We need to have more community engagement opportunities to discuss issues of importance to neighborhoods and our city, in communities and locations where people live and work, not just in City Halls

  • Launch program to teach students about government and how they can serve their communities

  • Connect and engage with our young citizens and Provide opportunities for high schools and college students