Summer is just around the corner, which means mosquitoes and the threat of the West Nile virus are on everyone’s mind. As a part of his commitment to protecting the public health, Commissioner Noack hosted a community event geared toward providing residents with the knowledge and tools they need to protect themselves from mosquito-borne disease. The event, held on April 22nd, featured presentations and practical demonstrations related to mosquitoes and West Nile. Dr. Mark Escott, Public Health Authority for Montgomery County, spoke about West Nile activity and the impact it has had in the county. The Mosquito Abatement team demonstrated common household breeding sites, effective insect repellents, and the trapping methods used to collect mosquitoes and test them for West Nile. If you have questions about mosquitoes or the West Nile virus, please call 281-364-4203.

2015 – IronMan Texas

The 2015 Iron Man Texas will be returning to The Woodlands the weekend of May 15th – May 17th.  Various roads within the county and precinct will be closed or heavily congested during the day on May 16th.  Please follow the link below for a list of traffic detours.

Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion

The Pavilion is off to a great start with several popular artists coming to The Woodlands.  Please click on the link below for a list of events.  Remember, these events may cause additional traffic in the township area.

March: Employee of the Month

Congratulations, Charles Cobb!

April: Employee of the Month

Congratulations, Matt Beasley!

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