Where do I start?
The Union at 7604 Solari Dr. Austin, TX 78744.

Who are the builders in Easton Park?
Brookfield Residential
Meritage Homes
Pacesetter Homes
Perry Homes
Taylor Morrison

Where are the builder models located?
Our model homes are complete and ready to tour! To start your tour of the community, you can stop by The Union at 7604 Solari Dr. It is open Monday through Saturday, 10am to 6pm, and Sunday 12am to 6pm for tours.

What is the price point for homes in Easton Park?
You can find pricing for our builders on the Homes section of our website.


What are my options to set up new utilities at Easton Park?
Bluebonnet Electric
P.O. Box 729
155 Electric Ave.
Bastrop, Texas 78602

CenterPoint Gas
P.O. Box 4981
Houston, Texas 77210
(512) 472-6950

9900 S Ih Sb Ste. A-100, S I-35 Service Rd.
Austin, TX 78748
(888) 294-8433

730 West Stassney Lane #100
Austin, TX 78758
(512) 200-7157

Austin Energy
(512) 494-9400

View curbside collection schedule here

Who manages the Easton Park HOA?
DMB Community Life handles community management, homeowner concerns, lifestyle events, assessment payments, and billing. Please reach out to if you have any questions.

What are the current Easton Park HOA assessments?
Easton Park HOA dues are $52.50 a month, paid monthly.

The dues for Union Park East are $79.85 ($50 for the Master and $27.35 for the sub)

The dues for Union Park West are $84.50 ($50 for the Master and $32 for the sub)

Send payments to:
Easton Park Master
PO Box 64685
Phoenix, AZ 85082

What is the approximate tax rate for Easton Park?
The total tax rate at Easton Park is 2.997465% with the following breakdown:

Travis County – 0.369
Del Valle ISD – 1.460
Travis Central Appraisal District – 0.00
Travis County Healthcare District – 0.107
Pilot Knob MUD – 0.950
Travis County ESD No 11 – 0.100
Austin Community College District – 0.101
Travis County ESD No 15 0.100

Note: please verify with the Travis County Appraisal District as tax rates are subject to change:

Where do Easton Park students attend school?
Students in Easton Park are served by the well-regarded Del Valle Independent School District.

Students attend:
Newton Collins Elementary
8100 Colton-Bluff Springs Rd.
Austin, TX 78744
(512) 386-3900

Ojeda Middle School
4900 McKinney Falls Pkwy.
Austin, TX 78744
(512) 386-3500

Del Valle High School
5201 Ross Rd.
Del Valle, TX 78617
(512) 386-3200


Why do you say that Easton Park is a master-planned community?
Easton Park is more than a group of houses—when it’s complete, it will be a vibrant community with residential homes of all types as well as parks, green space, amenities, schools, retail space and much more. Putting all of that together — and making sure things happen in the right order — takes years of foresight, planning, and ongoing coordination. That’s the work of Brookfield Residential, a land-development company with more than 35 years of experience in building the best places to call home all over the country.

How big is Easton Park?
Easton Park is 2,300 acres of awesome! (Zilker Park is only 350 acres.) When the community is complete, it will include over 10,000 residential units.

How many neighborhoods are planned for Easton Park?
Our Bryant Park and Knob Hill neighborhoods are complete and sold out. We have three new sections, Union Park, Skyline Park and Kieke Park.  Our model home park for those sections is now open. We’re just getting started—more neighborhoods are in the works. Check out the map.

What’s there to do in Easton Park?
We will have 350+ acres of open space to enjoy, 13.1+ miles of planned trails to explore, and a community that truly enhances your quality of life. Relax in the hammock garden, enjoy yoga in the park or release your inner chef at one of the outdoor culinary stations. It’s all here for you in Easton Park. To find out more about all of our amenities, click here.

Will there be a pool?
It’s Texas, so YES. The Union, our 14,000 sq ft amenity center, has a resort style pool.

What’s the story behind Easton Park?
The brainchild of respected community developer Brookfield Residential, Easton Park was inspired by some of the most well-known parks around the world with an Austin edge. The goal is to create a community that is an extension of Austin and build upon what Austinites already love about the city. The first residents moved into Bryant Park in early 2017. Over the course of multiple phases, residents will experience 350+ acres of community parks interconnected with a walking and biking trail system, a resort pool and amenity center, a club-style fitness facility, an on-site elementary school and much more.

Is Easton Park within the Austin City Limits?
Easton Park is in Austin’s Extra Territorial Jurisdiction (ETJ) and is a Municipal Utility District (MUD) of Travis County. As Austin grows, the city can’t afford to keep up, so MUDs provide alternate ways for developers to finance infrastructure improvements such as water, sewer, drainage, and road facilities. Making these infrastructure investments allows Easton Park to become a meaningful part of the fabric of Austin and extend the footprint of the city.