Woods of Westlake Parking Pilot
Austin Transportation conducted a parking pilot from May 2021 to August 2021 to enhance mobility safety and accessibility for Woods of Westlake residents and visitors to the Hill of Life Greenbelt trailhead.
The affected streets include Scottish Woods Trail, Shannon Oaks Trail, Scottish Woods Cove, Wild Briar Pass, Surrey Hill Drive, Barclay Drive and Camp Craft Road. As staff reviews the results of the pilot, the parking regulations will remain until a long-term solution is determined.
*On the map, Digital Resident Parking Zones (DPRZ) are resident-only parking areas. Pay to Park/DPRZ parking areas are open to residents and visitors.
Features of the pilot parking configuration include:
- Pay-to-park on-street parking Monday through Sunday 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.
- Digital environment for parking payments—there are no physical parking meters in the area
- Digital Resident Parking Zones, active Monday through Sunday 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.
Download the Park ATX mobile app to manage your parking sessions.
Trail Visitor Access
For visitors accessing the trailhead, Scottish Woods Trail has pay-to-park spaces available.
Resident and Guest Parking in Digital Resident Parking Zones (DRPZ)
Residents and their guests on Scottish Woods Trail, Scottish Woods Cove, Shannon Oaks Trail, Wild Briar Pass and Surrey Hill Drive may park on the street with proper permits or Park ATX validation codes. All households with valid addresses are eligible for these permits and validation codes. Under parking pilot conditions, each household is eligible for:
- Two physical hang tag permits for resident parking, to hang from the rearview mirror during restricted parking hours (Monday through Sunday 8 a.m-8 p.m.)
- One Park ATX validation code for parking on the street during restricted parking hours, valid for 10 uses per day, for guests or additional household members
If your hang tag is lost or stolen, please inform Austin Transportation Department at email@example.com. The department will not replace lost or stolen hang tags.
Parking is prohibited:
- On Barclay Drive and Camp Craft Road
- Near most intersections in the neighborhood for improved sight distance
- At fire hydrants
Austin Transportation conducted an online community survey from Woods of Westlake residents and trailhead visitors for the duration of the pilot.
- Download the community meeting presentation from Aug. 20 (PDF)
- Watch the recording of the community meeting from Aug. 20
- Download the raw survey results (CSV dataset)
If you have any questions, you may contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Frequently Asked Questions
- I am a resident parking on the street. When do I have to display my permits?
Residents must display permits in their vehicles during restricted parking hours in the area, which is 8 a.m. – 8 p.m. daily.
- I am a resident, and I missed the distribution of permits and validation codes. Where can I obtain my permits?
You can contact the Parking Enterprise Division at email@example.com to coordinate the distribution of your permits.
- I have lost my permits. How can I obtain a new one?
We will not be offering replacements for lost permits for the duration of the pilot. You will need to use one of the Park ATX validation codes to park on the street.
- I am a resident and have downloaded the Park ATX app, and I am having trouble using the validation code.
Please visit the Park ATX website for support on using a validation code.
- I have received a citation. What are the next steps?
All parking disputes are handled by the City of Austin Municipal Court at 6800 Burleson Rd. You can visit their website at Municipal Court.
- I am a resident, and I am using an RPP hang tag. What does that mean?
Learn more about the Residential Permit Parking Program.
- What is a digital environment?
The digital environment allows people to pay for parking through a mobile app instead of at physical pay stations. This reduces paper waste and enhances convenience for the parking experience.
- I am a resident, and I am having guests over. Where can they park?
Whenever possible, Austin Transportation recommends that guests park on available private driveway space of the household they are visiting. For street parking, residents may have guests use their household hang tags or Park ATX validation code.