Talbot County is host to seven industrial parks with space for emerging companies to expand. These parks offer secure sites with high-speed fiber infrastructure, connections to major roadways, and access to over 90 critical federal labs and facilities within a 90-mile commute. Town-owned utilities, and the lowest real property tax rate in the state, offer a competitive advantage.
Talbot County’s 1500 businesses draw employees from a population base of 166,000 in a 25-mile radius of downtown Easton. You will find a highly educated and talented workforce, poised to facilitate growth and expansion for a diverse business base. Talbot County targets environment, agriculture, healthcare and information technologies as growth sectors to support the future economic base.
Easton hosts a National General Aviation Airport, the highest classification for a general aviation airport in the United States, and a designation which reflects its importance and contribution to the National Airspace System. The Airport includes an FAA Contract Tower and features STARS LITE radar to accommodate corporate jet traffic, charters, private and home-built aircraft.
The Talbot County Office of Economic Development supports networks and resource referrals for business attraction, retention and expansion.
The Naval Academy Invades the Easton Airport
June 27, 2016 by Dave Wheelan The Talbot Spy
For a few months during the summer a minor invasion takes place at the Easton Airport. Without much notice, almost 250 midshipmen from the United States Naval Academy come across the Bay Bridge every day to participate in a highly selective flight training program...
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Talbot County Office of Economic Development
215 Bay Street, Suite 5
Easton, Maryland 21601
Paige R. Tilghman, Director
Michele L. Hall, Administrative Assistant
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