Making Montgomery County Texas a safer place to live!
Smart911 is coming to Montgomery County, Texas!
In fact, it may have already launched by now and is acclaimed to be the best upgrade our first responders could ask for.
Plus, Montgomery County is the first in Texas to establish Smart911 for their county.
So how is this better? You […]
Woodlands Exit Off I 45
Part of the infrastructure that supports population growth in an area like ours are medical facilities.
Montgomery County is the 6th fastest growing county in Texas, according to the 2010 census, with a population of 455,746. This more than doubles the county’s population since 1990. Montgomery County is projected to reach […]
Walker County 1851
Since 1837, roads in Montgomery County have been critical to the growth and industry of the area. In fact, I have a personal connection with the roads and highways of Montgomery County, Texas:
1837 Washington County Commissioners’ Court
April 4, 1837
April 4, 1837, Justice of the Peace/Commissioner William Robert from the Precinct of San […]
“The Corn Maze” Family Fun at P-6 Farms
Located on Poole’s Road in Montgomery, Texas you’ll find an outstanding “You Pick It” blackberry and fresh produce farm – P-6 Farms. Their current fresh produce lineup includes cucumbers, banana peppers, squash, zucchini, and Fairfield peaches.
They also offer home produced honey! Their honey is raw, unprocessed, and produced […]
Do I Need Flood Insurance?
If you think there is a chance, no matter how remote, that your home could get even 1″ of flood water in it you need flood insurance.
The month of May this year saw record rainfall and massive flooding across the state. News interviews of residents revealed that some areas flooded that […]
Montgomery County, Texas, can lay claim to several successful wineries in the area. Many of them are on the Texas Bluebonnet Wine Trail. Many have also won national awards for their wines.
Texas wines have a certain flair and air about them. Not just from the grapes that make the wine, but the way Texas wine […]
MISD School Bond Vote
The upcoming vote on the Montgomery ISD Bond issue is a critical event for the county of Montgomery and will affect all residents and homeowners.
As I’ve mentioned before on this blog, this region is experiencing phenomenal growth. Even with the price of oil dropping to around $50 a barrel jobs remain […]
Montgomery County is off the table for high speed rail. The plan is to connect Houston and Dallas via high speed rail. It would make sense to go through Montgomery County.
Texas has traditionally granted private railroad companies the power of eminent domain, according to Kyle Workman, with Texas Against High Speed Rail. However, he added […]
At the age of three I started framing, wiring, and roofing homes for the deliriously ill nuns who were raising me in an orphanage. Wait a second, that’s not even close to being true. But to read some of these builders’ stories, that’s not far from how they got their start. Seriously, these home builders […]
Only 58 days till the Montgomery County Fair! (April 10 – 19) From needlecraft and horticulture to steers and lambs the youth of Montgomery County are preparing to show their best with dreams of blue ribbons and best in show!
Last year’s Grand Champion Steer was won by Kaylee Hill of Splendora Junior FFA fetching a […]