Commissioner James Noack News
Montgomery County is still awaiting guidance from the U.S. Treasury regarding the $500 economic stimulus for homesteaded property owners.
Two additional mosquito samples have tested positive for the West Nile virus in the area of the Grogan’s Mill village in The Woodlands.
The following are updates regarding various road project in Montgomery County.
The 2020 hurricane season is upon us and Montgomery County Commissioner James Noack is urging residents to prepare.
The application provides residents in Montgomery County Precinct 3 the opportunity to report issues 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
James Noack is pleased to announce the addition of a new boardwalk at the Spring Creek Greenway Nature Center.
The mosquito was trapped in one of the department’s operational zones in the Panther Creek area in The Woodlands.
Montgomery County Commissioners Court designated $10 million to go toward rental assistance during a special session Monday.
James Noack will seek approval for a plan that puts more than $65 million back into the hands of Montgomery County property taxpayers.
Precinct 3 Commissioner James Noack is excited to debut “P3 Works,” a mobile application.
Precinct 3 Commissioner James Noack has completed a number of improvements to Precinct 3 facilities.
Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton issued a letter of guidance regarding Governor Greg Abbott’s executive order GA-18 after Montgomery County sought clarity of the order during Commissioners Court on Tuesday.
'I am really excited to show the public the number of upgrades and improvements we have made to the facility,' Commissioner Noack said.
The South Montgomery County Mobility Study, completed in 2014, identified the widening of Grogan's Mill Road from four lanes to six lanes as a project necessary to alleviate traffic congestion between Woodlands Parkway and Sawdust Road.
Montgomery County Precinct 3 Commissioner James Noack wants to put millions of dollars back in local taxpayers’ hands.
In order to get Montgomery County residents and businesses back to work as quickly and as safely as possible, County Judge Mark J. Keough issued an order immediately terminating the “Stay Home, Stop the Spread” order from March 27th.
There are a number of road projects under construction in Montgomery County.
Updated COVID-19 graphics as of 3 p.m. Tuesday, April 14.
As the Rayford Road widening project nears completion, Commissioner James Noack is happy to announce that all lanes, including the UPRR Bridge, are now open from Richards Road to the Grand Parkway.
Montgomery County will be officially under a 'Stay-at-Home' order, effective at 11:59 PM on March 27, 2020 and will last through April 12, 2020.