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Parks

Easton Park features many pocket, neighborhood, and community parks and greenspaces for residents, and more on planned in the future. These parks range in size and have been designed for various purposes.

At the September 1st, 2021 Town Hall meeting, HOA Board Member and Vice President defined the three types of park designs for Easton Park.

All parks are maintained by the Easton Park Master HOA through DMB Community Inc. and their contractors, except the Union Park West Park, which is maintained by the Union Park West sub-HOA.

Pocket Parks

Pocket parks are smaller, passive parks and are not meant to have much to do.

Pocket Parks in Easton Park

  • Kezer Green – Knob Hill
  • Corner of Donnelly Dr. and Petronas Pass in Skyline
  • Between Tokohama Terrace and Gilwice Ln. in Skyline
  • Corner of Ausblick Ave and Chrysler near roundabout between Skyline and Kieke Park

Neighborhood Parks

Not meant to be large gathering spaces. Do not feature restrooms. Designed with walking in mind. May feature larger playground equipment.

Neighborhood Parks in Easton Park

Community Parks

Community parks are much larger, have sitting areas, playgrounds, gathering spaces, and restrooms. Designed to be accessible for events.

Community Parks in Easton Park

Skyline Park

Skyline Park is in the late planning stages. Construction was initially slated to begin by the end of 2021 or early 2022[1]June 2nd, 2021 Quarterly Town Hall. More recently, that timeline has been updated to be early to mid-2021[2]September 1st, 2021 Quarterly Town Hall.

At the March 2nd, 2022 1st Quarter Town Hall, Matt McCafferty stated that Skyline Park is expected to break ground in either Q2 or Q3 2022. A 12 month construction process is anticipated, making for a Summer 2023 opening.

Will be a 21 to 25 acre park. Onsite parking, large shaded pavilion, restrooms, splash pad, public art, Junior Play area for 2-5 year-olds, and a Senior Play area for 5 and up.

Updated on March 21, 2022

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