Eastmark News

Eastmark makes Where to Retire magazine “Short List”

Where to Retire magazine has named Eastmark one of the 50 best master-planned communities in the U.S. for 2017. The Magazine’s “short list” noted community trends that emphasize opportunities to engage and stay fit including paths, parks and pools as reasons to be listed among the “best of the best” in master-planned communities. Eastmark has […]

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Summer fun – it’s in full swing at Eastmark

When it comes to summertime fun, The Eastmark Great Park just keeps getting better. Year over year, this oasis of adventure has added something new to explore and enjoy. We started with the Splash Pad. Then we added The Orange Monster. Next came the debut of our community Pool and Bus Stop recreation center (for […]

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Welcome to summer!

Summer hours at the Bus Stop have been extended to 10 p.m. on Friday and Saturday and 9 p.m. Sunday through Thursday. Daily opening hours remain the same at 10 a.m. Hours for the community pool are 5 a.m. to 10 p.m. daily. With activity in the amenity increasing, we encourage you to brush up […]

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It’s time to celebrate: Happy Birthday, USA!

Independence Day is best celebrated with neighbors. Join us on July 1 for the second annual Spirt of Community parade followed by an All-American Pancake Breakfast. On July 4, we’ll meet back at The Eastmark Great Park for a concert on the pavilion followed by fireworks. Keep reading to find out how you can be […]

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June landscape update from DLC

The triple-digit temperatures and long days can only mean one thing: it’s summertime in the Valley! As we move out of spring’s blooming season, our main focus shifts to protecting your landscape in the scorching heat. The Bermuda grass in your turf has emerged from dormancy, taking over the winter Ryegrass and turning green again. […]

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Two Eastmark teams take to the field in Mesa softball league

What better way to bond with your neighbors than on the ball field, right? In fact, Eastmark is proud to be represented by not only one, but two neighborhood softball teams: The Orange Monsters and The Cruisers. (We dig the names!) Eastmark’s own Melanie Thierjung-Laing launched the teams and since has watched friendships form and community […]

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A look back at 2016 in Eastmark

When we are passionate about something, we become energized and motivated. It’s our passion that propels us forward; it’s the reason behind what we do. The passion Eastmark residents have for this community is palpable. Our evidence: the incredible levels of participation we saw this past year. It came in all shapes and sizes, from […]

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May landscape update from DLC

Now that we are squarely in spring, your common area plants are transitioning to the warmer temperatures. Your summer Bermuda grass is starting to emerge from dormancy and take over the winter Ryegrass. We are lowering mow heights and applying fertilizer regularly to aid the transition. During this period, the turf may look patchy in […]

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Down the Block: Meet Caitlin Watson

The Eastmark community spirit is alive and well thanks to a collective set of awesome neighbors with distinct backgrounds, interests, and personalities. In our resident profile series, we’ll get to know a little more about the wonderful residents who call Eastmark home. Caitlin Watson is one of those residents who has already made her mark […]

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Handlebar Diner is Eastmark’s newest gathering spot

Handlebar Diner, a unique new casual dining destination with a nod to Americana, opens in Eastmark on April 25, 2017. The first major food and drink spot in Eastmark, Handlebar Diner couldn’t be more fitting for our community. The refurbished iconic 1940s Valentine Diner offers a special spot for people to come together and enjoy […]

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