The Neighborhood Watch Newsletter

The Woodlands Township Neighborhood Watch Garners National Award!

Did you know? The Woodlands Township Neighborhood Watch recently earned a national ranking for its 2017 National Night Out programming!

The Woodlands Township Neighborhood Watch has been honored by The National Association of Town Watch for their efforts during the 2017 National Night Out Campaign, with the top prize in Category #2 for Populations 100,000 to 300,000. READ ON

The Woodlands Township Neighborhood Watch Garners National Award

Participate in the Hands-Only CPR Village Challenge

To raise awareness of the lifesaving value of Hands-Only CPR, The Woodlands Township Neighborhood Watch, in collaboration with The Woodlands Fire Department, Montgomery County Hospital District, the American Heart Association and The Woodlands Township Village Associations, has launched a series of free Hands-Only CPR trainings at local fire stations throughout The Woodlands Township. These trainings are drop-in and will take only about 20 minutes. READ ON

Hands-Only CPR Village Challenge

Congratulations, Volunteer of the Year!

The Woodlands Township Board of Directors recognized more than 200 volunteers at the annual Spirit of Service reception on Wednesday, January 24, 2018, including Volunteer of the Year award for The Woodlands Township Neighborhood Watch and other Township departments.

Congratulations to this year’s award recipient for The Woodlands Township Neighborhood Watch – Village of Grogan’s Mill, Grogan’s Point Watch Coordinator Stephen Terni. READ ON

Volunteer of the Year

Plan Ahead for an Emergency with Smart911

In 2016, Montgomery County and its partners introduced a free service to plan for an emergency: Smart911. 

Smart911 allows individuals and families to create an online safety profile which includes critical information for first responders such as names, home address, medical notes, disabilities, emergency contacts and event description of pets. READ ON

Plan Ahead for an Emergency with Smart911

Business Watch: Keeping an Eye on Crime

Learning about local law enforcement, crime prevention and services provided is important to all neighborhoods, including businesses. Several crime prevention opportunities are available to create a partnership between businesses and the law enforcement agencies that serve The Woodlands. Presentations can be 30 minutes to an hour and a half depending on the topic. READ ON

Business Watch: Keeping an Eye on Crime

If You See Something, Say Something

The Woodlands Township Neighborhood Watch encourages residents to call law enforcement immediately when suspicious activity is occurring, not afterwards. Your call could save a life, prevent an injury or stop criminal act. READ ON

If You See Something, Say Something


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