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Get To Know The Town Of EastonIncorporated in 1725, the Town of Easton is located 30 minutes from Boston, 45 minutes from Cape Cod, and 45 minutes from Providence. The community is approximately 29 square miles in area and has an estimated 2010 population of 23,357.
Easton offers its citizens the enjoyment of the Natural Resource Trust "Sheep Pasture" and Borderland State Park. Approximately 15% of the community is dedicated conservation land. The Town is a participant in the state matching Community Preservation Act program and recently voted to purchase a $1.3 million parcel adjacent to Wheaton Farm, continuing a long-standing commitment to preserve open space.
Easton is situated in the Greater Brockton Area, which is strategically located between State Route 128 and Interstate 495, the inner and outer loops around Boston. State Routes 3, 24, and 28 provide easy access to the air, port, and intermodal facilities of Boston and Providence. Principal highways are State Routes 106, 123, and 138. Commuter rail service to Back Bay and South Stations, Boston, is available from the neighboring towns of Mansfield and Stoughton. Train Stations in Stoughton and Mansfield. The Council on Aging provides paratransit service to the elderly and disabled. Bloom's Bus Lines provides commuter service from the commuter lot in West Bridgewater at the Park & Ride and at the Raynham Dog Track. Also, Taunton Municipal Airport, a General Aviation (GA) facility, has a 3,496'x 75' asphalt runway and a 2,350'x 150' gravel runway. Instrument approaches available: Non-precision. Mansfield Municipal Airport, a General Aviation (GA) facility, has a 3,496'x 75' asphalt runway and a 2,200'x 100' turf runway. Instrument approaches available: Non-precision.