New to Eastmark? Welcome home! To help make it easier for you to acclimate to life in our community, we’ve compiled this list of resources. (If you live in the Estates at Eastmark or Encore, this is not your resident website; use these links instead: Estates at Eastmark or Encore.)
When you registered for our website, you agreed to the Eastmark Resident Agreement. It’s a document that lays out the rules for use of both our website and Eastmark’s amenities. Read through it to ensure you know what’s allowed and what’s prohibited. (If you haven’t yet registered for the site, please register now to gain resident-only access to this website and to start receiving resident-only emails from your Eastmark Community Life Team.)
You’ll want to note that it states the maximum number of guests you’re allowed to bring to our amenities. If you need to bring more, you’ll need to fill out the Guest & Facility Use Request form.
Amenity Access & Assessments
All Eastmark residents who are in good standing—meaning they pay their ERA assessments on time each month—have access to two resident-only amenities at The ‘Mark: the community pool and Bus Stop.
It’s important that you take a moment to learn about assessments, how to pay them and when they’re due. There’s even an option to let ERA directly debit your account to ensure your assessments are paid on time every month.
Once you’ve done that, you’ll want to request your amenity access cards (only homeowners can request amenity access). When your request is received, staff will prepare your access cards and communicate with you about how and when to pick them up.
Before you head to The ‘Mark or community pool, read through the dos and don’ts when visiting The ‘Mark.
If you’re a homeowner living in a gated area of Eastmark, you’ll need to request vehicular gate access. If you’re renting an Eastmark home in the gated area, you’ll need to obtain your vehicular gate tags from the property owner or management company.
Both homeowners and renters can request pedestrian gate access.
Eastmark has specific community standards on the books to keep our community (and your property value) desirable now and into the future. Read this blog to get an overview, then dive in for more information on our community standards webpage.
Community Concern Form
We need everyone’s help to maintain our neighborhood’s unique character and high-quality standards. As a resident, you can help report community concerns and damages that require our attention. Just fill out this fully online Community Concern form.
Not sure what’s appropriate to submit through the form? Read this blog to get a better understanding.
The individuality of your home is key to neighborhood character, but we all have different tastes and styles. The design review process provides consistency in the quality of exterior home modifications that Eastmark residents wish to make.
There are three nonprofit entities in place to make sure DMB’s tradition for success continues at Eastmark. The organizations are distinct yet complementary, each with the goal to keep the lifestyle experience at its best. Review our governance infographic to get an idea of what each entity is responsible for, then check out our governance webpage for full governance information.
We’re all about community at Eastmark, and what’s better than connecting with others who share your interests? From books to wine and everything in between, Eastmark has a list of resident-led clubs to fit most interests. If you don’t see a club that meets your needs, fill out our Club Application to start one.
Services & Utilities
Not sure who to call to set up services for your new home? Check out our services and utilities webpage. It’s your guide to navigate the city, utility and other services in Eastmark.
Eastmark’s common areas are maintained by our landscape partner, but how do you know which areas you’re responsible for and which they manage? Read this short document to find out, then check out our landscape webpage for more resources.
There are an abundance of schools in and around Eastmark. Find links to more information about each on our schools webpage.
Neighborhood Parks & Map
New tenant registration
If, instead of living in your Eastmark home, you plan to rent it to someone else, you must fill out the New Tenant Registration form before your renter moves in.
Contact Eastmark Staff
Your Eastmark Community Life Team is here to answer any questions you might have. Use our contact webpage to get in touch with us.