Supplier Diversity Program

Easton Utilities established a Minority Business Development Program to identify diverse suppliers to meet its needs for goods and services. At Easton Utilities, the program is now known as Supplier Diversity.

Primary Objective
To promote a strategy designed to create viable and prosperous women-, minority-, and service-disabled-veteran-owned business enterprises by providing them the maximum reasonable opportunity to participate in and compete for contracts and subcontracts in Easton Utilities' supply chain for goods and services.

Targeted Participants

  • African Americans
  • Asian Americans
  • Hispanic Americans
  • Native Americans
  • Physically or Mentally Disabled
  • Service Disabled Veterans
  • Women

If you are a contractor or vendor interested in being considered for future work for Easton Utilities, the Contractor/Vendor Application Packet is a good place to start. Once a completed packet is submitted to Easton Utilities, you will be considered for future projects and contracts. Submittal of this packet does not guarantee future work with Easton Utilities.


To be added to our list of vendors and contractors, please send your information to
W9 Supplier Diversity Form

Easton Utilities is part of the Eastern Shore Energy Alliance (ESEA)
The Eastern Shore Energy Alliance is committed to hiring minority contractors located in our region to support economic development in our service territories. This local alliance is comprised of Chesapeake Utilities, Sandpiper Energy, Easton Utilities Commission, and Choptank Electric Cooperative.