The Woodlands College Park School becomes a Shelter
THE WOODLANDS, TEXAS (Monday, August 28, 2017) – From The Woodlands Fire Department in conjunction with Montgomery County Office of Emergency Management
The Woodlands area has received an approximate total of 20.5 inches of rain since the event’s onset. Overnight, The Woodlands received just a ½ inch of rain.
Montgomery County has established shelters at the following locations:
- St Simon and Jude Catholic Church, 26777 Glen Loch Drive, The Woodlands, TX
- Magnolia High School, 14350 FM 1488, Magnolia, Texas
- First Baptist Church, Tomball
- Shelters are accepting pets with owner supervision
Go to http://mctxoem.org/ for additional alerts and advisories including road closures and shelters.
The Woodlands Fire Department reminds all residents to stay out of rising waters due to unpredictable currents and unforeseen dangers.
CRITICAL INFORMATION REGARDING RISING WATER IN THE WOODLANDS
From The Woodlands Fire Department
The Advanced Hydrologic Prediction Service shows Spring Creek to crest a little less than 2 feet higher than the 2016 Memorial Day Floods. Residents who live in Grogan’s Point, Timarron (including residences south of Spring Creek and west of Kuykendahl), Tallowberry, Carlton Woods Creekside, residences near Spring Creek on the south side of Flintridge, and Gatewood Reserve may experience flooding conditions.
Additional neighborhoods or streets include, but not limited to, are:
Carlton Woods Creekside
Township Offices Closed Monday, August 28, 2017
All Township offices and facilities will be closed on Monday, August 28, 2017, however
personnel will still be working in the field including Township fire department, parks and
Waste Management will not provide trash pickup service on Monday.
Conroe ISD and Magnolia ISD are closed Monday and Tuesday. Tomball ISD will be closed all
The Woodlands Fire Department and Montgomery County Office and Emergency Management
(OEM) continues to monitor the storm forecast.
Minor power outages are being reported. Centerpoint and Entergy are working diligently to
make necessary repairs.
Lake Conroe is currently performing controlled releases from the lake into the West Fork of the
San Jacinto River.
All available fire department resources are in position to respond when needed. The
Emergency Operations Center continues to monitor the situation, and provide updates when
Township Park & Ride Operations and Waterway Trollies will not be running on Monday.
DRINKING WATER SAFE in The Woodlands, despite rumors
Despite numerous rumors throughout social media, the two major municipal water districts
serving residents in The Woodlands report water is safe to drink.
The Woodlands Joint Powers Agency (WJPA) reports drinking water for residents of The
Woodlands is totally safe. Here is contact information: 855-H2o-SAVE (855-426-7283)
For residents in Harris-Montgomery Counties MUD 386, drinking water remains SAFE, according
to municipal utility district officials. All drinking water plants are operational at this time. The
wastewater system is operational, but is being overfilled with stormwater. This is resulting in
wastewater mixed with stormwater that may escape the system. Please try to stay out of flood
water, if possible. This does not impact drinking water, which remains SAFE. To report MAJOR
water or wastewater emergencies, please contact Municipal District services at 281-290-6503.
Here are roads/intersections reported to have water or impassable:
RESEARCH FOREST DR EAST OF EGYPT LN
GLEN LOCH / GARY
RESEARCH FOREST/BRANCH CROSSING
MISTY MORNING/MILL TRACE
LAKE WOODLANDS/WINDWARD COVE
GROGANS MILL/HUGHES LANDING
LAKE WOODLANDS/E PANTHER CREEK
GLEN LOCH from LONG SHADOWS TO DAWNWOOD
GLEN LOCH / SAWDUST
SAWDUST FROM GROGANS POINT TO GOLDEN RD
HARPERS LANDING / TRADE CENTER
SPRING CREEK DR FROM SHADOW CREST TO BRISTLECONE TRL
KUYKENDAHL / LAKE WOODLANDS
RESEARCH FOREST / CATS CRADLE
ST LUKES WAY / COLLEGE PARK
GOSLING RD @ FLINTRIDGE DR
KUYKENDAHL @ FLINTRIDGE DR
FLINTRIDGE RD @ SPRING CREEK
FLINTRIDGE RD JUST WEST OF S FORESTGATE
TALLOWBERRY / ARNICA
Source: The Woodlands Township