Most numbers within Area Code 410 are located in the following cities: Easton, Baltimore, Salisbury, Ellicott City, Halethorpe, Pikesville, Catonsville, Berlin, Annapolis, Ocean City, Rising Sun, Elkridge, Cambridge, Glen Burnie, Oxford, Cockeysville, Solomons, Towson, Rosedale, Reisterstown, Nottingham, Pasadena, Chesapeake Beach, Westminster, Severna Park, Gwynn Oak, Aberdeen, Earleville, Dundalk, North East, Columbia, Queenstown, Odenton, Bel Air, Middle River, Sparks Glencoe, Still Pond, Bishopville, Parkton, Queen Anne, Hampstead, Vienna, Port Deposit, Sparrows Point, Elkton, Church Creek, Brooklyn, Kingsville, Lutherville Timonium, Prince Frederick, Edgewood, Ewell, Sudlersville, Gambrills, Whiteford, Darlington, Joppa, Trappe, Denton, Greensboro, Glenwood, Centreville, Windsor Mill, Sykesville, Directory Assistance, Church Hill, Stevensville, Perryville, Princess Anne, Marion Station, Snow Hill, Ridgely, New Windsor, Rock Hall, Galena, Preston, Jarrettsville, Millersville, Chestertown, Intralata Pic Validation, Churchville, Harwood, Saint Michaels, Federalsburg, Warwick, Taneytown, Union Bridge, Deal Island, Pittsville, Bivalve, Mardela Springs, Chesapeake City, Tilghman, Delmar, Millington, Havre De Grace, Hurlock, Phoenix, Pocomoke City, Standard Plant Test Code, Crisfield.
About Easton, Maryland
Easton, founded 1710, is a town within the Easton District of Talbot County, Maryland, United States. The population was 11,708 at the 2000 census, and 14,677 according to current July 2008 census estimates. It is the county seat of Talbot County. The primary ZIP Code is 21601, and the secondary is 21606. The primary phone exchange is 822, the auxiliary exchanges are 820, 763, and 770, and the area code is 410. WINX-FM and WCEI-FM broadcast FM radio from the town. The town of Easton hosts the world renowned Waterfowl Festival every November and the Talbot County Fair each summer and is home to four franchises during the existence of the Eastern Shore Baseball League -- the Farmers, Browns, Cubs, and Yankees. The Third Haven Meeting House, the oldest Quaker meetinghouse, and one of the oldest places of worship in Maryland, is in Easton. ArtHouse Live, a resident theater company, is also based in Easton.