Community Governance

There’s a magical formula at Eastmark. Our expert Eastmark Community Life team is dedicated to encouraging a flourishing community, creating energy and human connection. This has been the primary focus for the development of Eastmark; it’s an approach our Community Life team has practiced for nearly three decades in communities throughout Arizona.

There are three nonprofit entities in place to make sure the tradition for success continues at Eastmark. The organizations are distinct yet complementary, each with the goal to keep the lifestyle experience at its best. They are Eastmark Community Alliance, Inc., (EAL), Eastmark Residential Association, Inc. (ERA), and Eastmark Community Assembly, Inc., (EAS).

Click on the infographic to see a breakdown of each entity’s responsibilities.

Eastmark Community Assembly

The Eastmark Community Assembly — or the EAS — fosters unique opportunities for social and civic engagement. It works to create shared experiences and lasting traditions among Eastmark residents.

Eastmark Residential Association

The Eastmark Residential Association — also called the ERA — preserves Eastmark’s special residential community landscapes and unique neighborhood settings, ensuring high-quality standards are maintained.

Eastmark Community Alliance

The Eastmark Community Alliance — often referred to as the EAL — preserves Eastmark’s special commercial community landscapes and public settings, ensuring high-quality standards are maintained.

Sub-associations

Towns at Eastmark Neighborhood Association

Towns at Eastmark Neighborhood Association serves as the sub-association for this specific neighborhood within Eastmark.

Element at Eastmark Homeowners Association

Element at Eastmark Homeowners Association serves as the sub-association for this specific neighborhood within Eastmark.
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