Our Woodlands. Our Future.

News File - Residential

  • Community Impact Newspaper
    Houston-area water leaders discussed subsidence, or ground sinkage due to groundwater pumping, in Montgomery County as well as policy relating to subsidence at a July 20 forum.
  • Community Impact Newspaper
    From 2021-22, the average market value of properties increased 29.8% and 21%, respectively, in Montgomery and Harris counties, according to data from the county appraisal districts. In comparison, the average market value for properties rose no more than 11.2% year over year in Montgomery County and 15.4% within Harris County in the years prior since 2010.
  • Community Impact Newspaper
    While The Woodlands Township board of directors on April 21 decided not to renew its One Water Task Force, which focused on drainage, flooding, subsidence and other issues related to water in the region, efforts continue this year among agencies looking to find solutions to improve regional drainage.
  • Woodlands Online
    Splash into the start of summer at The Woodlands Township’s pre-season pools beginning Saturday, May 14, 2022. Pre-season includes nine weekend pools and one weekday pool through May 26, 2022.
  • Community Impact Newspaper
    The future of The Woodlands Township’s One Water Task Force, which was originally formed by the board of directors as a drainage task force in 2016, is uncertain after discussion on extending its term was tabled at a Jan. 26 meeting.
  • Community Impact Newspaper
    Private property rights are at the center of a debate waging over groundwater regulations in Montgomery County, and recent regulatory decisions have highlighted differences in opinion on how groundwater should be managed.
  • Community Impact Newspaper
    The original village of The Woodlands opened Oct. 19, 1974, and was named after the Grogan-Cochran Lumber Company that formerly owned and operated the land and had a mill on the property. The opening of this village was commemorated with a flag-raising ceremony and celebrity appearance by William Shatner.
  • Houston Chronicle
    area nonprofits, such as CareFORCE and Cassidy Joined for Hope are working to train both law enforcement personnel and students how to recognize suicidal tendencies in their peers and intervene appropriately. That is exactly what is needed in this community, Barnes said. “I feel like if your loved one is in that spot and struggling, you don’t back down,” Barnes said, adding that awareness is one of the most important pieces in solving this issue across the community.
  • Hello Woodlands
    The Inspire Film Festival is dedicated to entertaining and inspiring audiences with films, speakers, and events that celebrate the human spirit. The films will highlight local and international “game changers” who inspire the world will be showcased. The films are further brought to life through a variety of panel discussions and interactive community events over the course of the festival.
  • Community Impact Newspaper
    The results of the study will be used to identify future projects that could prevent flooding, which could include building large regional detention facilities, managing sediment, implementing home buyouts and installing additional water gauges.