Initiated in 1995, the Disabled Parking Enforcement Program is run by citizen volunteers. Citizen volunteers must be Travis County residents at least 18 years of age, have no criminal record and complete a 4-hour state mandated training class. If you would like to help make our public spaces more accessible for all people regardless of physical ability, then this might be for you. We are looking for active people who are often out and about, and while running errands, for example, will be able to issue tickets to disabled parking violators on a consistent basis. 

This position requires a considerable time commitment- after a ticket is issued, volunteers must come in to the office to sign complaint and affidavits on tickets issued, and at times, must appear in court to testify if a ticket is contested. This volunteer position is for one year, and trainings will be held in May and in August.


Please contact Zoe Koehler for more information at 854.9100 x35047 or visit


Loi N. Taylor 

Travis County Constable Precinct 5

1003 Guadalupe St 

Austin, TX  78701

512-854-3712  l  512-854-4981 fax