The 15th annual CB&I TRI–The Woodlands Triathlon is set for Saturday, May 12, 2018, beginning at 7 a.m. The CB&I TRI is a USA Triathlon (USAT) sanctioned event, featuring a field of 1,300 participants.
Approximately 3,000 athletes will compete Saturday in the Memorial Hermann Ironman North American Championship Texas Triathlon.
Traffic will be heavily impacted during the race.
Avoid traffic delays Saturday April 7 around Rob Fleming Park.
There is still assistance available in Montgomery County, but it’s up to you to register and apply.
The Woodlands Waterway® is a 1.8-mile water amenity, transportation corridor and linear park located in The Woodlands®.
Thousands of runners from across the country will converge in The Woodlands this weekend.
Starting Tuesday, we can expect more rainfall and possible thunderstorms.
Testing confirms that water in the South Copperknoll Circle area of Montgomery County Municipal Utility District No. 47 (MUD 47) is safe.
Sleet and flurries should taper off this evening, but Montgomery County remains under a Winter Storm Warning until midnight.
Montgomery County and surrounding areas are under a winter storm warning.
The National Weather Service is anticipating a strong cold front to cross the area on Sunday, bringing possible brief periods of freezing drizzle on Sunday night.
The Woodlands Township reminds residents that there will be no solid waste collection services on Christmas Day, Monday, December 25, 2017, and Monday, January 1, 2018, in observance of New Year’s Day.
Thanks to snow-happy residents of The Woodlands, we have great photos to share.
Montgomery County Emergency Services District 14 Commissioners authorized the Montgomery County Central Appraisal District to reappraise all property located within the district that was damaged by Hurricane Harvey.
The 2017 hurricane season has officially come to an end, but some Montgomery County residents will feel the effects of Hurricane Harvey for years to come.
FEMA housing programs are beginning to be rolled out across all affected areas. There is a process and each program takes time with permitting, inspections, and verifying what is the best fit for each property and applicant.
There are still Disaster Recovery Centers in Montgomery County for questions and assistance in applying for FEMA programs.
Hurricane Harvey-related services will soon end, while others are popping up. Mark these dates on your calendar.
Nearly $15 billion of emergency disaster funding for Texas has passed through the U.S. House of Representatives, including $11 billion to pay for anticipated claims for flood insurance for victims of Hurricane Harvey.