Easton Park is subject to initiatives, guidelines, and restrictions to ensure the community’s affordability, sustainability, and public services are beneficial to residents.
Two school sites must be dedicated within Easton Park. Water, wastewater, and street constructions to both school sites by be delivered by Easton Park at no cost to Del Valle Independent School DistrictPilot Knob Planned Unit Development Ordinance – December 17, 2015.
Newton Collins Elementary has been built. The proposed IDEA school is not considered to be a Del Valle District school.
Either a City of Austin or Travis County Emergency Services District No.11 Fire/EMS Station must be built on a minimum of 2 acre land within Easton Park. Site plan must be delivered to COA by April 13, 2022Pilot Knob Planned Unit Development Ordinance – December 17, 2015.
Affordable Housing Program
10 contiguous acres must be donated to Capital Metropolitan Transportation Authority (CapMetro).
10% of multifamily rental housing units must be set aside for households with incomes at 60% or lower MFI. This must be integrated throughout the PUD.
10% of total number of units sold as owner-occupied must be made to be permanently available at a price affordable to households with incomes at 80% or lower MFI. These units will participate in the S.M.A.R.T. Housing initiative. These units also include resale restrictions including equity capped at 2% annually based on the affordable sales price, approved by AHFC, and AHFC receives Right of First Refusal Pilot Knob Planned Unit Development Ordinance – December 17, 2015 .