S&G Asphalt Paving Services, LLC has been proudly serving the Easton are since 1982. As a top paving and sealcoating contractor, property owners in the Lehigh Valley can count on us for all their driveway and parking lot needs.
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Easton is the easternmost city in the Lehigh Valley. It is in Northampton County, Pennsylvania, United States. The city’s population was 27, 109 as of 2017 United States census estimates.
Easton is the first site for the first Christmas tree in Northampton County. Easton receives international tourists from all over the world who come to the various historical sites. The history of Easton is well preserved in the many historic buildings which are still standing and functioning as tourist attraction sites.
The first courthouse in Northampton now known as Centre Square was built in 1765. One of the three original reading of the Declaration of Independence was conducted here on July 8, 1776. The day is celebrated annually on Heritage Day.
Apart from Heritage Day in July, City Square is the location for the PA BaconFest in November and the Garlic Fest in October. The Peace Candle is erected every Christmas season. City Square is home to the Easton’s Farmers Market. The market upholds its traditions Saturday mornings May to November. Easton’s Farmers Market offers veggies to both residents and visitors.
The city has great transport assets including the U.S. Highway 22 and Interstate 78. It is known as a bicycle-friendly city and a hub for plays and concerts. The State Theatre offers a magnificent setting for performing arts. For trendy restaurants, antique stores and art galleries visit Downtown Easton. At State Theatre Centre for the Arts visitors enjoy the star of the stage and screen perform throughout the year. Visitors also enjoy riding the 48 tons canal boat.
For more performance arts visitors visit Williams Centre for the arts in College Hill neighborhood. Visitors also explore the Karl Stirner Arts Trail which is 2.5 miles long along the famous Bushkill Creek. Easton is also a haven of museums. The National Canal Museum, Sigal Museum, Nurture Nature Centre, Black Rose Antique Mall, and Delaware River Railroad Excursion are some of the must-visit places in Easton.