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Ron Ruthven
Director of Planning & Development

1301 Solana Boulevard
Building 4, Suite 4202
Westlake, TX  76262

Office: (817) 430-0941
Fax: (817) 430-1812

Monday - Friday
8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Town of Westlake is a master-planned community. All development in the town must adhere to a set of stringent requirements documented in the Westlake Code of Ordinances and, in certain instances, in planned development documents.

Keep in Touch
All developers should maintain close communications with the Director of Planning and Development to avoid compliance issues. 

Forms and Applications Downloads
Most required forms are available online to download and submit to the town. View a list of downloadable forms and documents.

For more information on developing in Westlake, please consult our Economic Development Profile pamphlet.

Comprehensive Plan
Westlake sincerely appreciates the time and voluntary service of our residents, stakeholders, and members of the steering committee, Planning & Zoning Commission, and Town Council to come together and accomplish an updated comprehensive plan that our community is proud to bring forth and present as a guide for the future of Westlake!  

Please note the new Comp Plan is a rather large document and may take longer to download on various browsers. You may also find more information on the Comp Plan here and hereFor further assistance regarding Westlake's Comprehensive Plan, please contact Planning & Development Director 
Eddie Edwards for assistance.  

Development Activity
Development Activities Map
Entrada is an 85-acre mixed-use development with a Catalonian/Eastern Mediterranean theme. Entrada adheres to a special set of design guidelines and ordinances to produce a quality village setting.
As the development continues, the applicant will submit appropriate site plans for approval. For construction progress on Entrada, follow this link.
Entrada Site Plans Approved by Town Council
  • CVS Pharmacy
  • Primrose Schools
  • Retail Corner
  • Amphitheater
  • Restaurant Row

Granada will feature 84 single-family luxury homes on approximately 84 acres of land north of Dove Rd and south of Solana Blvd. Granada includes wide-open spaces that are privately owned and maintained, but contain publicly accessible trails that connect with the other trails throughout Westlake.
Granada was approved by the Westlake Town Council on Monday, February 25, 2013; and, previously by the P&Z on Wednesday, February 20, 2013.
  • You may view Granada's Concept Plan here
  • Granada's Preliminary Plat was approved first by P&Z on June 10, 2013; and subsequently by the Westlake Town Council on June 17, 2013.
Quail Hollow
Quail Hollow is the newest residential development in Westlake. The development covers 188 acres of gorgeous landscape and plans to have 92 estate homes at 1-2 acres each. Quail Hollow’s concept plan can be found here.

Terra Bella
Terra Bella is a 28 lot, 54.7 acre, gated Planned Development subdivision with a 22.6-acre open space/nature preserve featuring a hike and bike trail. The first house was permitted for construction in August 2009. Terra Bella is accessible from Dove Road near the eastern border of Westlake. More information on Terra Bella can be found here.

Carlyle Court
Carlyle Court is an eight lot residential development nestled between Terra Bella and Glenwyck Farms with each lot being 1-1.5 acre home sites. The neighborhood is very private featuring both trees and open spaces. The community also connects to the existing Westlake trail system.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
Find out the facts about Westlake's newest developments: Granada and Westlake Entrada. Click here to view the latest FAQ. Still have questions?  
Please contact Planning & Development Director Ron Ruthven via
email or at (817) 490-5739.

Building Permit Applicants Seeking Admissions into Westlake Academy - Important Notice: On June 1, 2015, the Board of Trustees updated our residency policy (1.01) for those seeking admissions into Westlake Academy. After December 31, 2015, any family who applies for admission to the school must reside within the town boundaries in order to apply for admission as a primary boundary resident. A building permit will no longer qualify as a conditional residency category for admissions to the school while constructing a home in Westlake.   Please click here for more details, effective dates, and contact information should you need further assistance.