Most villages in The Woodlands Township have organized village associations with officers elected by the residents in each village. The village associations are the grassroots forums where issues are discussed and village programs planned. All adult residents are members of their village association.
The village associations are separate and independent organizations that provide civic and social opportunities. Many of the duties for the village officers can be found in each village association's bylaws, which are posted below. For more specific information on an individual village association, its activities and expectations, please visit the specific village Web address listed below.
Volunteers of the village associations also host a flea market and garage sale twice a year, with one in the spring and one in the fall. Complete information on the flea markets can be found by visiting www.woodlandsfleamarket.org
Village news can also be found in The Woodlands Community Magazine
. You may also contact your Program Specialist at 281-210-3800.
All Villages in The Woodlands reside in Montgomery County, Texas, with the exception of The Village of Creekside Park. Please click here
to understand distinct differences of being located in Montgomery County and Harris County.