Our Woodlands. Our Future.

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The Woodlands Township
The Woodlands offers well over 100 parks and over 200 miles of pathways for residents to bike, walk, run, roller-blade or just take a stroll with family and friends. Our numerous parks have exciting amenities like swimming pools, BMX courses, lighted tennis and basketball courts, jogging tracks and much more! Check out this chart and map for an easy guide to the unique features at each park.
Throughout the villages and commercial centers of The Woodlands, outdoor sculptures provide a cultural counterpoint to the natural forested beauty of the community. We invite you to tour the community and enjoy one of the most impressive collections of public art in the country.
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Montgomery Precinct Three
An Origin-Destination study is a study of the flow of traffic through and area or along a corridor. In this study, the traffic trends coming to and from The Woodlands were identified. Data was obtained using portable Bluetooth devices, Built-in Bluetooth devices in Montgomery County Precinct 3 traffic signals located along Woodlands Parkway, and traffic counts using pneumatic tubes.
The Woodlands Township is currently conducting a Cultural Arts Feasibility Study. The study is to be unbiased and conducted in such a way that the Township will have full understanding of the type of cultural arts facility that would best be supported by The Woodlands Township, if any.
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Economic Development Partnership
View a list of the top major employer (non-retail) in The Woodlands Area by employee size and see them broken out by sector.
This document ties together the observations and recommendations based on inspections of each pond and lake, evaluation of current maintenance practices in-house and through outside service providers, and the background tools and information needed to address issues in the future.
The Integrated Forest Management Plan was created as a tool for managing the growth and health of the forests in The Woodlands.
Author: 
Don Norrell
Source: 
The Woodlands Township

The following September 23, 2016 Incorporation Planning/Cost Township Staff memo to the Board of Directors updates the previous April 21, 2016 memo.

Author: 
Don Norrell
Source: 
The Woodlands Township
Summary by Don Norrell, The Woodlands Township President: Making the adjustments to costs and revenues as outlined above, reduces the net impact on the tax rate at incorporation. Using these rough projections, the existing Township tax rate of 23 cents per $100 of value (current) would increase to 34.16 cents at incorporation. Based on the cost of a home valued at $350,000, the additional annual cost of incorporation is approximately $391 per year per residential property or an increase in the tax rate of 48.5% (versus the previous 70.4% increase).
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Montgomery Harris Business Alliance

Jon Hockenyos, President of economic analysis firm TXP, presents his 2016 update on the fiscal impact of incorporation of The Woodlands. You can read the full study here

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