GMVA Mission

To serve as a liaison to the residents of Grogan's Mill Village and The Woodlands Township and other governmental entities for the purpose of enhancing the quality of life of the residents of the Village of Grogan's Mill. Establish communication through proactive leadership.

May 2018

Splash Day is June 10

School is out!  Summer is here! There will be food, swimming, fun, and games.  Sawmill Pool will be open to all residents free of charge during the party.  Meet your neighbors and GMVA Board members! from 1-4pm on Sunday, June 10, at Sawmill Park.  Come celebrate with the Grogan's Mill Village Association at Sawmill Park.

Your Input is Needed

The Grogan's Mill Village Association is looking for resident input around The Woodlands Marathon.  Please visit our Facebook Poll.

Four Scholarship Winners Announced

Back ( l to r):
Ethan Armstrong,
Andrew Parsons,
Front row (l to r):
Scout Vanderwal
Alexis Sparks

Montgomery County 9-1-1 System Upgraded to Accommodate Text Messaging

The Montgomery County Emergency Communication District announced that it hasimplemented text–to–911 service throughout all of Montgomery County, including The Woodlands and the City of Conroe. Wireless customers can now send a text (up to 140 characters) to 9-1-1 in an emergency. Text to 9-1-1 should only be used in an emergency and only when placing a voice call is not possible. 

Citizens who find themselves in an emergency and are unable to make a voice call to 9-1-1 should remember these steps:
• Don’t text and drive
• When sending a text to 9-1-1, do not include dashes or any other characters.
• In the first text message send the location and type of emergency.
• Text in simple words. Send a short text message without abbreviations or slang.
• Be prepared to answer questions and follow instructions from the 9-1-1 call taker.
• Photos and videos cannot be sent to 9-1-1 at this time.
• Text-to-9-1-1 cannot include more than one person. Do not send your emergency text to 9-1-1 in a group text message.
• Voice calls to 9-1-1 are always the best and fastest way get help.

MUDs Modified its Homeowner Deposit Refund Policy

From the WJPA: Your bill may include a security deposit refund. Your Municipal Utility District recently modified its homeowner deposit refund policy. The prior policy returned deposits when closing service. Now, homeowners with consecutive on-time payment history for 12 months will automatically receive a deposit refund. The billing software will identify eligible accounts and apply the deposit to the account balance. The “Total Account Balance” box on your bill may show either a credit balance or a reduced total bill, due to the deposit refund.

If the “Total Account Balance” does not indicate a reduced bill, the payment history did not meet the refund criteria. However, the software reviews all accounts monthly and applies refunds accordingly. Future refunds will be itemized on the bill. If you have any questions regarding the deposit refund policy, please contact Customer Accounts at 855-h2o-save, ext. 3.

WJPA, MUDs Release Time-Lapse Videos of Flooding

The Woodlands Joint Powers Agency, on behalf of the MUDs it serves, has released time-lapse videos that show how Hurricane Harvey flooding affected homes along Spring Creek and Panther Branch in south Montgomery County.

The two-dimensional video model of flooding along Spring Creek and Panther Branch for The Woodlands in Montgomery County starts at 7 a.m. on August 27, 2017, and ends at 10 a.m. on August 30, 2017. The model is broken into two parts to better demonstrate the areas inundated from Harvey. 

The first video is a four-mile stretch of Spring Creek from Kuykendahl to West Rayford Road.

The second video shows a five-mile stretch starting at West Rayford Road to I-45 along with a three-mile section of Panther Branch starting at Sawdust Road to Spring Creek.

The Woodlands Farmer's Market Continues to Blossom

Every week there are more people enjoying the wonderful offerings: vegetables, foods, cheese, baked goods as well as the live music, children’s entertainment and the amazing array of dogs strutting their stuff.

The Woodlands Farmer's Market celebrated its 10-year anniversary on April 12.  Ten years of fresh produce, live music, artisan goods and community!

We invite you to join us every Saturday from 8am to noon.  Stay up-to-date by subscribing to the weekly newsletter and like our Facebook page.

June 2018

April 2018