Windsor Park Neighborhood Association

Representing Windsor Park since 1982

WPNA membership table – Meg Brooks and Charters Wynn working hard.

The Windsor Park Neighborhood has been around since the 1950s, and the Windsor Park Neighborhood Association has been representing Windsor Park in Austin, Texas, since 1982.  We advocate for the neighborhood by participating in city planning committees, attending City Council meetings and directly advocating with City Council members.

We also pitch in to improve the livability in the area by helping out in our schools and churches, and keeping Bartholomew Park, and Pomerleau Park well-maintained, including adding new facilities like the the splash pad, and the sunscreen over the splash pad.

We keep our neighbors informed through the neighborhood newsletter Window On Windsor which is delivered to approximately 2000 homes each month by volunteers.

Jeanette Swenson explaining neighborhood mobility concerns and eliciting input from neighbor at the Roots and Wings festival.

Get involved

Two anchors of our neighborhood are advocacy, and community.  We have ample opportunities for you to provide input and contribute to the community.  Part of building community is becoming a member and encouraging your neighbors to become members.

Meet your neighbors and share your voice

We meet the second Saturday of every month at 10:00 AM at the Memorial United Methodist Church located at 6100 Berkman Drive. The monthly meeting is streamed live on our facebook page and available for viewing on this website as well.

WPNA Meetings @ Memorial United Methodist Church

History of Windsor Park

In honor of our association’s 30th Anniversary in 2012

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