Emergency Resources

family making a planLiving in Southeast Texas means lots of sunny, beautiful Texas weather, but it also means staying informed and prepared for weather emergencies. Most emergencies that affect the Township are weather-related. Whether it’s a hurricane, flood or winter freeze, being informed and prepared is key to getting through the emergency. Information provided on this page is intended to help you do just that.

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The Woodlands Township reminds residents to stay weather-aware and monitor updates provided by the National Weather Service.

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Power outages in our area can be monitored by following Entergy and CenterPoint online.

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Contact your MUD or Woodlands Water for information on how to turn off water to your home in case of a busted pipe.

Waterline breaks are monitored by the San Jacinto River Authority (SJRA).

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Houston TranStar and Northstar Montgomery County  provide updates to road conditions throughout the Greater Houston region. Montgomery County, Harris County and TxDOT all monitor road conditions.

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County Offices of Emergency Management provide useful emergency information and updates, respective of each county. Please visit the links below for more information.

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An emergency is any situation that requires immediate assistance from the police/sheriff, the fire department, or emergency medical services. In the event of a non-emergency, please call your local law enforcement office.  

               Non-Emergency Numbers

      • Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office: 936-442-7797 or 281-297-6500 during business hours
      • Harris County Constable’s Office, Precinct 4: 281-376-3472