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The Woodlands Township

The Woodlands Township

The Woodlands Township Address:
2201 Lake Woodlands Drive   Map
The Woodlands, TX

Township Web Site:

Township Phone Number:

The Woodlands Township is the governing body for The Woodlands TX. 

About The Woodlands Township - PDF Booklet

The Woodlands Township services and operations include:

The Woodlands Fire Department
Deed Restrictions
HOA / Home Improvement Guidelines
The Woodlands Covenants
Public Safety
Parks & Recreation
Pool Passes
Service Requests
Environmental Services
Property Assessor
Neighborhood Services
Economic Development
Community Relations
The Woodlands Convention & Visitors Bureau

History of the formation of The Woodlands Township:

On December 7, 2006 the City of Houston and The Woodlands announced a historic agreement allowing The Woodlands to determine their future as they contribute toward important regional projects.

November 2007 Election passed three important propositions authorizing the expansion of the former Town Center Improvement District (TCID) to cover The Woodlands.  At this point the TCID changed it's name to The Woodlands Township. 

In September 2009 The Woodlands Township Board adopted a budget and set a property tax levy for The Woodlands, replacing the Community Association assessments.  ( Transition 2010 Flyer )

Read More About the History of The Woodlands >>

The Woodlands Township Mission:
  • Protecting the well-being and safety of our residents, visitors and businesses
  • Achieving the highest standards in service delivery
  • Partnering with others to sustain the vitality of our region
  • Communicating with our constituents and partners
  • Attracting and retaining a talented and innovative staff
  • Serving as the community's political voice
  • Powering economic growth through community investment
  • Promoting continued vitality of neighborhoods and commercial areas
  • Maintaining transparent governance
  • Serving as financial stewards of the community's resources
  • Evolving a governance structure to our town that meets our goals
  • Promoting sound environmental policy

Meeting schedules and information for The Woodlands Township can be found here:

Township Discussion:



posted Oct. 22nd, 2016 - 5:34pm
Gus Perez says:
The Woodlands Concerned Taxpayers is going door to door blaming Gordy Bunch for a 70% increase in taxes . People being paid are going door to door claiming if we incorporate taxes will go up 70 % is a lie state law governs how it is done uniformly which is not a 70% hike . Watch out the liar scar mongers are out in full force !!!

posted Jun. 27th, 2016 - 12:13pm
Ray Djenfer says:
I live at 79 Wind Whisper Court. About a month ago I filed a complaint concerning the trees overhanging over the street. Last Wednesday, 6/22/2016, the Waste Management truck knocked a limb down trying to get around the mail box at the cul-de-sac. that is not the only tree the truck hits during pick-up. these tress need to be trimmed back so they are not over the street.

posted Apr. 17th, 2016 - 5:38pm
Your mom says:
they send me a letter saying that i need to cut my grass, yet, they can\'t even fix the ****ing roads. If you are going to be telling people what to do with their home, which we pay taxes, never are late in our payments, you should take a look at your company, and decided when in the **** are y\'all going to fix the damn roads. Stop sending me letters about my ****ing yard, and if you ever write me a letter again, I will send it back with my **** attach to it. Thank you company that all they do is harass people. Sincerely \"Nobody.\"

posted Jan. 26th, 2016 - 4:21pm
The information on this page is almost all wrong.

posted Jan. 25th, 2016 - 12:59pm
Residential parking is horrible. Are there any guidelines to restrict permanent parking in the streets which makes passages sometimes quite difficult? I am not talking about the occasional visitor, but the residents who park only in the street & make it difficult for me to back out of my driveway.

posted Jan. 24th, 2016 - 9:47pm
R&H powerwash says:

posted Oct. 25th, 2013 - 3:14pm
I was just wondering if we have engineers or other professionals overseeing the road construction and traffic planning?

I must say their recent decision to allow the future water improvement work along Research an Grogins Mill at this particular time of the year would make me think they need drug testing.

I am not a fan of purchasing off the net but this might be the year. I\'m sure all the township merchants are lovely these restrictions right at Christmas shopping season.

posted Jun. 27th, 2013 - 9:10am
The Woodlands Township says:
Almost all the information on this page is outdated. Please visit www.thewoodlandstownship-tx.gov for updated information about The Woodlands Township, including the correct address, current board members and other information.

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