Get your move on.

Got questions about settling into your new home? We’re here to help.

Homeowner FAQ

Getting Set Up – Utility Options

Gas acco arrow

Centerpoint Gas
(800) 427-7142

Cable, Internet, Phone acco arrow

HOA Yay!

One of the things that makes Easton Park so special is our amazing Home Owners’ Association, who we refer to as the Community Life Team. They not only plan all our wonderful events, but they also set our community standards and maintain common areas and amenities.

Who manages the Easton Park Association? acco arrow

Cohere handles the main association for Easton Park, which includes 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 dues? acco arrow

HOA dues for Easton Park are $64/month.

There are a few home types and neighborhoods that have additional dues. You can see them below, with their contact information.

Easton Park Master Community


$5/mo for JUAE (applicable to homes with shared driveways)

Managed by Cohere


Union Park East

Master dues + $36/mo = $100/mo

Managed by Cohere


Union Park West

Master dues + $36 = $100/mo

Managed by Cohere

How do I access the Resident Website? acco arrow

We’ve got the login right here.

School time!

Where do Easton Park students attend school? acco arrow

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

Taxes, MUDs, and More

What is the approximate tax rate for Easton Park? acco arrow

The total tax rate at Easton Park varies between 2.532547% and 2.656747% with the following breakdown and depending on MUD district:

Austin Community College – 0.0986
Del Valle ISD – 1.0028
Pilot Knob MUD #3 – 0.8752
Pilot Knob MUD #4 – 0.95
Pilot Knob MUD #2 – 0.8258
Pilot Knob MUD #5 – 0.95
Travis Central Health – 0.100692
Travis County – 0.304655
Travis Country ESD #11 – 0.1000
Travis Country ESD #15 – 0.1000

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

Is Easton Park part of the City of Austin? acco arrow

While Easton is totally part of Austin, it is located in Austin’s Extra Territorial Jurisdiction (ETJ) and within a Municipal Utility District (MUD) known as the Pilot Knob Municipal Utility Districts.

So what is a MUD? acco arrow

As cities grow and extend their physical boundaries, MUDs provide alternate ways for developers to finance infrastructure improvements such as water, sewer, drainage, and road facilities, without putting the burden of these costs on the city itself. Making these infrastructure investments allows Easton Park to become a meaningful part of the fabric of Austin and extend the footprint of the city.