Westminster Glen Estates features more than 200 single-family homes on lots ranging in size from 1 to 5 acres. Our quiet neighborhood has a small-town atmosphere, nestled in the heart of the Texas Hill Country. Spectacular views are enhanced by thousands of oak trees and many different types of birds and other wildlife. Our children can attend the nearby, award-winning Leander ISD schools, including River Place Elementary, Four Points Middle School and Vandegrift High School.
The subdivision is located just outside Austin’s city limits in Travis County and are not subject to City of Austin taxes. Portions of the subdivision are in Austin LTD and ETJ jurisdictions.
Located along City Park Road just west of Capital of Texas Highway near RM 2222, we are about 30 minutes from downtown Austin, and conveniently located to the Arboretum, the Domain, Four Points, Lake Austin and Lake Travis.
Please click here to update your contact information with the HOA and Management Company, allowing us to use email to communicate with residents with the TownSq app.
Click here to see information about events in the neighborhood, including social events and projects like the Westminster Glen sidewalk.
Here are the 2021 HOA Board and Annual Meeting dates:
Annual Meeting October 28
All meetings will start at 6:30 pm and be conducted remotely via Zoom until further notice.
Please obey the speed limits in Westminster Glen. The posted limit on our streets is 30 mph or less. Unfortunately, too many residents and others passing through ignore it routinely.
For the safety of our residents, especially the children, and to avoid a speeding fine, please SLOW DOWN.
Westminster Glen is currently under City of Austin Water Restrictions. Please be sure you are following the rules to conserve water (and to reduce your water bill!).
Please be sure to check the current Travis County burn ban status before using firepits or outdoor fireplaces.
Westminster Glen Estates is in a wildland-urban interface zone, with natural areas within and surrounding our subdivision. Wildfires are a common occurrence in such areas and made worse by alternating years of plentiful rainfall followed by drought.
Click here for information about the Westminster Glen Firewise® Initiative and see what you can do to reduce the danger to you and your neighbors.
To help mitigate a potential wildfire disaster, the Austin City Council voted on April 9, 2020 to approve the new 2015 International Wildland-Urban Interface Code (WUIC), making Austin the first major city in the state of Texas to adopt such a code; implementation is slated to begin on January 1, 2021.
The City can identify areas of wildfire vulnerability beyond just the structures that are adjacent to wildlands, but embers can travel up to a mile and a half from their point of origin. If the only folks who hardened their homes against wildfire were the ones who lived next to the woods or parks, a large wildfire would just skip over the street and burn down the rest of the neighborhood. The Insurance Institute for Business and Home Safety recorded a fantastic case study where they engineered an ember storm in a controlled setting to test the resistance of home-building materials to a fire nearby, which supports the rationale for the WUIC.
To read about the plans, click here to see the posting from Austin Fire’s Wildfire Division.
Over 400 Westminster Glen residents are members of Nextdoor, a neighborhood-focused social media website. It's a great way to stay in contact with the community. You'll find everything from local events, important notices to advice on contractors. You can buy and sell items on the site, too. It's all here and more.
To join, visit the Nextdoor site sign up with your name and email address. You'll need to verify your address through several simple means. Or, if you know somebody in the neighborhood who is already a member, share your email address with them and ask them to invite you directly.
Once you are signed up, please check if the prior residents are still registered at your address. Do this by clicking on the map in the upper right and then clicking on your home on the map. The list of residents will show in the upper right. Click on any name that is NOT in your household, then click the down arrow to the right of that person's name once you see their profile. Then simply choose "Report".
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