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The Palms substation is expected to be in service in June and will support the growing electrical demand on the peninsula Bolivar Peninsula residents will soon benefit from a new distribution substation located near Surfside Drive, which is close to the Big Store
Entergy Texas
The City of Shenandoah began a number of projects in 2024 that will bring changes to all areas of the city. One of these projects recently reached completion. This project replaced the entrance signs at Wellman Rd, Research Forest Dr, and Pinecroft D
Woodlands Online Staff
Recently, Montgomery County was authorized for disaster relief due to the recent storms, along with other counties that were affected. After residents apply for disaster assistance, FEMA may call them to schedule an inspection of the damaged home, or
Woodlands Online Staff
The San Jacinto River Authority has set its next board of directors meeting for Thursday, May 23 at 8:00 am. SJRA Board of Directors meetings are held in person, to include the public comment portion of the agenda. The meeting may be viewed via live
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teams will go door-to-door After a disaster, recovering from and dealing with loss can be overwhelming. To ensure Texans can apply for assistance, FEMA sends Disaster Survivor Assistance (DSA) crews into disaster-affected neighborhoods, often going door-to-door to help resi
Woodlands Online Staff
Lake Conroe is currently at 202.32 feet (conservation pool is 201 feet). Current outflow from Lake Conroe is 10,875 cubic feet per second (cfs).
San Jacinto River Authority SJRA
Boaters are still urged to use extreme caution due to possible floating debris and submerged objects The San Jacinto River Authority (SJRA) and Montgomery County Constable Precinct 1 announce that Lake Conroe will reopen
San Jacinto River Authority SJRA
All customers who can safely receive power are expected to be restored by the end of the day Entergy Texas crews continue to make progress restoring power after tornadoes, heavy rain, and strong winds caused widespread outages across the region Thursday.
Entergy Texas
More than 85% of customers restored after severe thunderstorms caused widespread outages Entergy Texas crews worked around the clock to restore power to more than 85% of customers impacted by Thursday’s severe thunderstorms.
Entergy Texas
Recently, Township officials announced that a mobile phone app version of the service request provider is available for download. ‘The Woodlands 311’ app is available at both Google Play and the Apple App Store. Both new and currently registered resi
Woodlands Online Staff
More than 66% of customers restored overnight after severe thunderstorms caused widespread outages Entergy Texas crews worked throughout the night to safely restore power to 66% of customers impacted by severe thunderstorms that moved through the region Thursday. As of 9:30 a.m.
Entergy Texas
Lake Conroe is currently at 202.56 feet (conservation pool is 201 feet). Current outflow from Lake Conroe is 8090 cubic feet per second (cfs).
San Jacinto River Authority SJRA
Abundance of Caution Due to High Levels, Possible Submerged Objects, and Floating Debris The San Jacinto River Authority (SJRA) and Montgomery County Constable Precinct 1 announce that Lake Conroe
San Jacinto River Authority SJRA
Lake Conroe is currently at 201.53 feet (conservation pool is 201 feet). Current outflow from Lake Conroe is 2660 cubic feet per second (cfs),
San Jacinto River Authority SJRA
Lake Conroe is currently at 201.05 feet (conservation pool is 201 feet). Current outflow from Lake Conroe is 1587 cubic feet per second (cfs).
San Jacinto River Authority SJRA
As a result of recent rainfall and runoff in the upper San Jacinto River Basin, current outflow from Lake Conroe is 1,590
San Jacinto River Authority SJRA
The City of Houston has requested the San Jacinto River Authority (SJRA) divert water from Lake Conroe for delivery to Lake Houston
San Jacinto River Authority SJRA
Preparation tips for hurricane season Hurricane season officially begins on June 1, and Entergy Texas is encouraging all customers to join us as we prepare for the upcoming storm season.
Entergy Texas
Boaters are still urged to use extreme caution due to possible floating debris and submerged objects The San Jacinto River Authority (SJRA) and Montgomery County Constable Precinct 1 announce that Lake Conroe will reopen to normal lake
San Jacinto River Authority SJRA
Not much has changed at Lake Conroe today, San Jacinto River Authority's current release from Lake Conroe is 16,105
San Jacinto River Authority SJRA