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Discover a Sense of Community That’s Grounded in Shared Values

As a holistically designed Live Smart℠ community by Hillwood Communities, every aspect of Union Park is specifically designed to address five key principles that nurture community values while delivering personal value — connection, well-being, enrichment, stewardship, and convenience.

Union Park leverages today’s technology in purposeful ways while encouraging a healthy, active lifestyle and a sense of community centered around the trails, green spaces, and uncommon amenities of Central Park. And with an on-site lifestyle manager who plans and hosts more than 300 events, gatherings, and activities each year, there’s always a new opportunity to meet neighbors who share your interests and connect with longtime friends who feel like family.

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What’s Happening

Whether you’re looking for a yoga class, family movie night, ladies’ brunch, or guy’s night out, the monthly calendar at Union Park has plenty of options for residents of all ages and interests.

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On-Site Managers

In addition to answering your HOA questions and planning dozens of recreational and enrichment activities each month, our on-site managers serve as community catalysts to make introductions and foster meaningful connections.

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Annual Newsletter

A lot can happen in a year — especially when there’s so much to do right outside your front door. Check out our newsletter for a recap of the moments that made last year so memorable.

A Homeowner’s Association With Value

From the moment you join the Union Park community, you become a member of a thriving homeowners’ association that adds value in many ways. Monthly assessments range from $108 to $121, depending on lot size, and include perks that save time, money, and stress. In addition to front yard maintenance, home monitoring, and home automation, your HOA dues include hundreds of planned opportunities each year to socialize, learn, or celebrate.

Please contact a Del Webb Sales Associate for specific Del Webb HOA information.

Add Up The HOA Benefits

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Front Yard Maintenance

Routine mowing
Flower bed weeding
Shrub pruning
Fertilizer and weed treatments

Estimated Savings $1,500/year

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Home Monitoring and Automation

Monitored alarm
Remote controlled systems
• Thermostats
• Front door camera
• Lights

Estimated Savings $500/year

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A Homeowner’s Association With Value

From the moment you join the Union Park community, you become a member of a thriving homeowners’ association that adds value in many ways. Monthly assessments range from $108 to $121, depending on lot size, and include perks that save time, money, and stress. In addition to front yard maintenance, home monitoring, and home automation, your HOA dues include hundreds of planned opportunities each year to socialize, learn, or celebrate.

Please contact a Del Webb Sales Associate for specific Del Webb HOA information.

Add Up The HOA Benefits

lawnmower-icon

Front Yard Maintenance

Routine mowing
Flower bed weeding
Shrub pruning
Fertilizer and weed treatments

Estimated Savings $1,500/year

house-key-icon

Home Monitoring and Automation

Monitored alarm
Remote controlled systems
• Thermostats
• Front door camera
• Lights

Estimated Savings $500/year

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Discover More About Union Park’s Community

Community FAQs

Union Park HOA dues range from $108 to $121 per month, depending on lot size, due to differences in front yard maintenance costs.

40’ Lots: $108/mo.
50’ Lots: $108/mo.
55’ Lots: $111/mo.
60’ Lots: $115/mo.
70’ Lots: $121/mo.


Please contact a Del Webb sales associate for specific Del Webb HOA information.

Union Park has an on-site general manager and on-site lifestlye manager through FirstService Residential Management Company, a proven leader in the management and operations of covenant-restricted communities.

In addition to your onsite lifestyle and management team, monthly HOA dues cover front yard
maintenance (mowing, weeding, pruning, and fertilizer treatments) and home alarm monitoring. Homes are wired for automation with monitoring and remote control of thermostats, front door camera and lights provided via an app. Together, these benefits alone add up to an estimated savings of $2,000 per year.


The Union Park HOA is essential in providing routine maintenance and upkeep for indoor and outdoor private common areas. Importantly, it also funds hundreds of events and activities each year to bring neighbors together as friends.

Please contact a Del Webb sales associate for specific Del Webb HOA information.

Union Park has a designated on-site lifestyle manager who tailors programming to suit the needs of this unique multigenerational community. Feedback and suggestions are always welcome!

Please contact a Del Webb sales associate for specific Del Webb HOA information.

Union Park is part of a municipal management district, or MMD — which has the power to levy an ad valorem tax to fund improvements inside the district, such as water, sewer, drainage, roads, and park facilities.

A municipal management district, or MMD, is a special district created by the State of Texas to finance facilities not provided by a municipality. Having a MMD at Union Park provides not only for the financing of improvements such as water, sewer, drainage, roads, and park facilities; it also funds the maintenance and operations cost of the public park facilities and right of way landscape within the property.

Union Park is located within the service area for the Mustang Special Utility District — or Mustang SUD. The Mustang SUD provides the water and wastewater services for Union Park through a contract with the Upper Trinity Regional Water District. Union Park is located in the town of Little Elm, which provides trash and recycling collection, police, fire, and emergency medical services.

The combined tax rate for Union Park is $2.930474 per $100 of home value. The property taxes provide funding to the town of Little Elm for city services such as police, fire, and recreational facilities. They also support the municipal management district, Denton ISD, and Denton County.

$0.6499  Town of Little Elm
$0.5150 MMD
$1.5400 Denton ISD
$0.225574 Denton County
$2.930474 Total

WHAT OUR RESIDENTS SAY:

“The events help bring us all together to meet everyone. I love it!”

Sharon

“I’ve met more folks in three months than I ever did in my last neighborhood.”

Russ

“We’ve met great people, have awesome neighbors, and have created relationships that will last a long time.”

Dee