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Posted on: September 20, 2019

Precinct 3 residents to contact Commissioner’s Office directly for service requests

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THE WOODLANDS, TEXAS (September 20, 2019) – Montgomery County Precinct 3 has informed The Woodlands Township that residents should now contact the Precinct 3 Commissioner’s Office directly for any issues concerning road and street repairs, street signs, traffic lights and other related issues. Although the Township has been forwarding requests to the County on behalf of residents, this will no longer be possible, as per the request of the Montgomery County Precinct 3 office. Residents of The Woodlands should contact the Montgomery County Precinct 3 office directly at 281-367-3977 or via their website at www.precinct3.org to submit a work order.

Residents in Montgomery County Precincts 1, 2 and 4, and in Harris County Precinct 4, may still contact the Township for service requests and street-related  issues, either by calling 281-210-3800 or by using the Township’s 3-1-1 app or online at www.thewoodlandstownship-tx.gov/reportaconcern.

Residents unsure of the precinct in which they reside can refer to the Montgomery County Precinct 3 map below, or call the Montgomery County Precinct 3 Office directly at 281-367-3977, www.precinct3.org.

PHOTO: Montgomery County Precinct 3 contains all or part of the following villages in The Woodlands: Grogan’s Mill, Panther Creek, Cochran’s Crossing, Indian Springs and Sterling Ridge. 

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