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Are you interested in being a part of doing great things for Westcreek?

The following positions have expiring terms. Terms are for two years, beginning January 2017 through December 2018.  President, Members-at-Large #1 and #2, Secretary

Board members meet monthly for a couple of hours to discuss and plan projects & improvements that make Westcreek a great place to live.

President – Will be vacant. Accepting nominees. Current president is “retiring” after several years on the board. We need to fill this position. Please consider stepping in.

Members-at-Large #1 and #2 – Expiring with both current office holders nominated to run again.

Secretary – Expiring with current secretary nominated to run again.

Additional nominations are open for any of these positions.

Click for more info  And feel free to email board@westcreekna.org for a no pressure reply with more info.

Westcreek Neighborhood Annual Meeting – Thursday, January 26, 2017

6:30-7 pm (Meet, Greet, Eat – we treat you & your family to dinner!)

7-8:30 pm (Meeting –  Speaker TBD)

Shepherd of the Hills Presbyterian Church, 5226 W. William Cannon Drive, Austin, TX 78749

Stay tuned for more information!

Westcreek Greenway – Final Design Proposal for Neighborhood Partnering Program

The WNA has applied for a Neighborhood Partnering Program cost-share grant to help improve the nature and trail area (both beautification and safety improvements) behind Summerset Trail and Cana Cove. Our efforts will include Small Middle School’s Green Tech Program students.

Here are our final design proposals.  We hope to hear if we are awarded by late this year (2016) and if we get the award, we can begin the project in early 2017.

Like our Westcreek Greenway Facebook page to follow our progress!



 An email was previously sent out to all registered on the mail list as well as Nextdoor.  For More Information, click HERE

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Brush Country Entrance Sign

Brush Country Entrance Sign

About Westcreek Neighborhood

The Westcreek Neighborhood  encompasses the area bounded by Old Fredericksburg Road on the north, Westcreek Drive and Yellow Rose Trail on the east, William Cannon Drive on the south, and Fair Valley Trail, Steer Trail and Honey Dew Terrace on the west.

Our neighborhood, which was first developed in the late 70s and early 80s, has around 800 homes within its boundaries. We have very easy access to Hwy. 290 and Mopac, and are within walking distance to a wide variety of outdoor activities, restaurants and shopping.

Westcreek is located in East Oak Hill.  In 2008, the Austin City Council approved the Oak Hill Neighborhood Plan, which was created using a multi-year community input process involving city staff and local community leaders and neighbors.


What does the Westcreek Neighborhood Association do for Westcreek?

Your all-volunteer Westcreek Neighborhood Association (WNA) is continually helping you behind the scenes and working on projects and improvements that directly affect you, your family, and the value of your home investment. Learn more…

We hope you will agree that supporting the WNA is not only beneficial to you and your property, but also to your community. Dues paying members may vote on executive committee member nominations and all neighborhood voting matters.

Join the Westcreek Neighborhood Association – Dues are only $20/year


The Westcreek Trailhead in the first spring after planting. New curbs, drainage lanes and sidewalks were put in with city funding at the request of the Westcreek Board of Directors. Decorative boulders and plants were added by neighborhood volunteers.


Westcreek Trailhead – springtime native plants bloom in what used to be a dead-end eyesore at the end of Brush Country. Your Association Officers made this happen in conjunction with the City of Austin.