Find Out More About Our Area
We are happy to live, work and play in the #1 City in America. Need to get situated? Take a look at the area resources below for all the information you need.
The Woodlands Township is the governmental service provider for residents and businesses, providing enhanced law enforcement services, fire protection, environmental services, parks and recreation, economic development and more.
The Township staff and publicly elected Board of Directors are committed to public safety and exceptional levels of customer service. Together, they responsibly fulfill the governance needs
of the community while promoting the economic development of The Woodlands and providing services that enhance property values.
Visit their website: https://www.thewoodlandstownship-tx.gov
The Woodlands Convention and Visitors Bureau (dba: Visit The Woodlands) is the official destination management organization responsible for promoting The Woodlands to drive demand for both hotel and retail tax collections.
Find out more: https://www.visitthewoodlands.com
The youngest city in Montgomery County, as of this writing, is the City of Oak Ridge North. It is located in the Charles Eisterwall Survey and was incorporated as late as January 20, 1979 with a population of 2,445. Why did the residents of this South Montgomery County subdivision decide to take this important step? Let us step back in time, about 15-20 years, and look at the development of the area.
Find out more here: http://www.oakridgenorth.com
The City of Shenandoah has shared in the growth of South Montgomery County during the last four decades and now stands on its own as a thriving small city. Developers and businesses have flocked to Shenandoah in recent years driven by affordable lease space, available land, a strong labor force and ready access to I-45.
Find out more here: https://www.shenandoahtx.us
The Woodlands Area Economic Development Partnership was established in 1997. Our partners fund our mission to promote job growth and economic vitality in The Woodlands Area by recruiting new businesses and supporting existing businesses in job retention and expansion.
Find out more here: https://www.edpartnership.net
Education for Tomorrow Alliance was created in 1989 as a project of the The Woodlands Area Chamber of Commerce and local science and technology professionals who wanted to encourage the next generation of workers, especially in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) fields. Education for Tomorrow Alliance eventually became a separate 501(c)(3) with the focus of connecting business and community volunteers to empower tomorrow’s adults.
Find out more here: https://www.efta-us.org
Leadership Montgomery County (LMC) began originally as Leadership Conroe, founded by the Conroe/Lake Conroe Chamber of Commerce in 1987. In 1995, The Woodlands Area Chamber of Commerce joined with the Conroe/Lake Conroe Chamber of Commerce to establish Leadership Montgomery County. Since that time, the Greater East Montgomery County Chamber, the Greater Magnolia Parkway Chamber, the Montgomery County Hispanic Chamber, and the Montgomery Area Chamber have all become partner chambers.
Find out more here: https://lmctx.org