Østre Toten is a municipality in Innlandet county (former Oppland county), Norway. It is part of the traditional region of Toten. The administrative centre of the municipality is the village of Lena.
Our slogan is "Close enough by and far enough away". Our vision is "Quality of life at the lake Mjøsa." Østre Toten is the place for those who want to stay rural, yet central to job opportunities and a diverse culture and leisure.
Østre Toten is bordered to the west by Vestre Toten, to the north by Gjøvik in Innlandet county, as well as by Hurdal and Eidsvoll in neighboring Viken county. The highest peak is Torsæterkampen with a height of 841 metres (2,759 ft).
Although some residences are widely spread, most people live in the villages of Skreia, Kapp, Kolbu, Lensbygda, or Lena.
Østre Toten is one of the Innlandet's most productive farming municipalities. Østre Toten is Norway's largest producers of potatoes and onions. This is reflected in the municipality's coat-of-arms, which displays a potato plant.
- Lena – Hamar: 66 km
- Lena – Lillehammer: 62 km
- Lena – Oslo: 110 km
- Lena – Gardermoen: 84 km