The Town of Eaton is served by four boards and commissions that help make decisions on Town policy, budget, land-use and zoning, events, and the Eaton Public Library. Learn more about each of our commissions and who serves.
The Eaton Mayor and Town Board oversee the actions of the Town by studying town issues, making decisions, and working with staff to direct the future of the community. The Eaton Town Board is composed of six board members who are elected at-large on a non-partisan basis for a term of four years along with a Mayor who is elected at-large and for a four-year term. Meet our current Town Board and Mayor!
The Eaton Planning and Zoning Commission is responsible for implementing the provisions of the town ordinances regarding zoning and land use, making recommendations to the town board regarding new annexations and variances, recommending changes to the zoning maps, and making updates to the Town's Comprehensive Plan. Meet our current members and the documents they use to make decisions!
The Eaton Hometown Revitalization Committee provides assistance and recommendations on the development and redevelopment of commercial areas. This includes advising on items such as improving existing commercial areas, attracting new businesses, marketing and promoting community events, and more. Meet the current members and learn about their annual events!
The Eaton Public Library Board of Directors helps oversee the library, including guiding decisions on operations, events, and more. The represent the interests of library users, foster public knowledge and support of the library, and assist in the long term-development of services. Meet our current Library Board members!