Resourcing the Future

Talbot County Quick Look

Miles of Shoreline
Economic Output

Easton Economic Development Corporation was launched in 2013 to drive economic vitality, smart redevelopment, and business creation in the historic Town of Easton, Maryland to foster a healthy quality of life for all generations. The EEDC works to catalyze Greater Easton’s continued prosperity as a diverse and healthy “smart town,” leading innovation where the land and water meet.

Port Street Small Area Master Plan

Guiding future development for the area known as Easton Point, and the Port Street corridor connecting Easton Point to downtown Easton.


Actively manages the marketing and sales of source-identified food products from local and regional producers to satisfy wholesale, retail, and institutional demand.

Mistletoe Hall Commerce-Business Park

These industrially zoned parcels offer a prime location to support new or expanded businesses.

Talbot County Economic Snapshot

Explore workforce, education, employment, recreation, and culture through the lens of maps, dashboards, and infographics.

Interview with Easton’s Council President Megan Cook

Megan Cook is Easton’s Council President, a position she’s held ...
Read More

A Minute With Mayor Willey

It appears we have spoken too soon about not having ...
Read More

Webinars and Resources Starting on January 24th

Unlocking Brightfields Potential: State Programs to Encourage Renewable Energy Siting ...
Read More