Town of Easton Launches Interactive Map

DATE: 2/16/23 Communications/PR Specialist
443-746-2187, Ext. 165

Town of Easton launches new interactive map

Eye Over Easton, Easton’s new interactive map, is now available to the public. Eye
Over Easton uses aerial imagery as a backdrop to access and visualize all kinds of
information, including planning, zoning, environmental, and parcel data. Eye Over
Easton is also where the public can view trash pick-up schedules and election wards.
A user can interact with the map and its associated data by panning and scrolling to
view a specific parcel. There is also a search feature to find a specific parcel by its
address or its unique tax map or parcel number. Selecting a feature provides users with
additional information. For example, selecting a particular parcel provides the user with
a link to the Maryland State Department of Assessments and Taxation.

Mayor Willey remarked, “We are delighted to launch this useful tool for our residents. It
is our hope that our residents can utilize the Eye Over Easton interactive map to learn
more about the geography of the town, obtain a better understanding of the zoning and
topographical data, and to see how Town functions such as trash pick-up are carried out
on a daily basis.” Mayor Willey added “It is a wonderful resource for our residents and
we want to encourage everyone to try it out for themselves.”

Eye Over Easton is accessed by going to the Town of Easton’s website at and selecting the resources tab at the top of the page. Once there,
an instructional video is provided to help the user understand the basics of how to use
the Eye Over Easton Interactive map.

The Town hopes that the map experience is a valuable tool to help citizens experience
Easton through a new lens. For more information, or for questions on how to use Eye
Over Easton, please contact the Department of Planning and Zoning at 410-822-1943
or at

Formally recognized in 1710 by the Province of Maryland, Easton is the county seat of Talbot
County. Encompassing over 11 square miles including almost two dozen public parks and open
spaces, the town has a growing population of over 17,000 residents.