HB 3693 Compliance Report  

MCECD will comply with the requirements of HB 3693 (Government Code § 2264.001(b)) by compiling and posting the following information annually:  

1) The total metered amount of electricity, water and natural gas used by the district for its services. 

2) The total amount paid for electricity, water and natural gas. The total annual cost paid for the three utility services appear as one figure.


2011-2015

 

2011-2017

 

911 Call Centers

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2013
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Law Enforcement

Law Enforcement in Montgomery County is comprised of 13 separate agencies.  The Conroe Police Department (CPD) and the Montgomery County Sheriff's Office (MCSO) serve as the Primary Answering Points for all 9-1-1 emergency calls.  Their call centers dispatch local law enforcement and assist with calls for fire and emergency medical services.

Conroe Police Department
Non Emergency Number 936-522-3200
Website

Magnolia Police Department
Non Emergency Number 281-356-2500
Website

Montgomery County Sheriff's Office
Non Emergency Number 936-760-5800
Website

Montgomery Police Department
Non Emergency Number 936-760-580
Website

Oak Ridge North Police Department
Non Emergency Number 281-292-4762
Website

Panorama Village Police Department
Non Emergency Number 936-856-7777
Website

Patton Village Police Department
Non Emergency Number 936-760-5800
Website

Roman Forest Police Department
Non Emergency Number 936-760-5800
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Shenandoah Police Department
Non Emergency Number 281-367-8952
Website

Splendora Police Department
Non Emergency Number 936-760-5800
Website

Stage Coach Police Department
Non Emergency Number 936-760-5800
Website

Willis Police Department
Non Emergency Number 936-856-4039
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Woodbranch Village Police Department
Non Emergency Number 281-399-2034
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Fire Departments

Fourteen fire departments serve the citizens of Montgomery County. The Woodlands Fire Department serves as a Secondary Answering Point for all 9-1-1 emergency calls. Their call center dispatches local fire departments in response to structure fires, car accidents and other circumstances needing first responders.

Montgomery County Fire Marshal
Administrative Office 936-538-8288
Website

Caney Creek Fire Department
Non Emergency Number 936-231-3527
Website

Conroe Fire Department
Non Emergency Number 936-522-3080
Website

Cut-N-Shoot Fire Department
Non Emergency Number 936-264-1313
Website

East Montgomery County Fire Department
Non Emergency Number 281-689-3112
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Montgomery County ESD 3
Non Emergency Number 936-588-2222
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Magnolia Fire Department
Non Emergency Number 281-356-3288
Website

Montgomery Fire Department
Non Emergency Number 936-597-4455
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Needham Fire Department
Non Emergency Number 936-321-0999
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North Montgomery County Fire Department
Non Emergency Number 936-856-5111
Website

Porter Fire Department
Non Emergency Number 281-354-6666
Website

South Montgomery County Fire Department
non Emergency Number 281-363-3473
Website

The Woodlands Fire Department
Non Emergency Number 281-367-3444
Website

Timberlakes Fire Department
Non Emergency Number 281-367-0373
Website

Emergency Medical Services

MCHD Ambulance

The Montgomery County Hospital District provides emergency and non-emergency ambulance transportation for the citizens and visitors of Montgomery County, Texas. Responding to over 45,000 calls a year, the agency canvas’s over 1,100 square miles and serves a population of more than 485,000.EMS units are tactically positioned to most efficiently cover the calls. MCHD’s 20 EMS stations house 22 ambulances, four supervisors and one Advanced Life Support Squad.

MCHD Administration Building

Main Telephone Number 936-523-5000

1400 S. Loop 336 West

Conroe, Texas 77304

http://www.mchd-tx.org/

EMS Map

 

 

Montgomery County Office of Homeland Security, and Emergency Management

 

Health and Safety Code

Title 9. Safety

Subtitle B. Emergencies

Chapter 772. Local Administration of Emergency Communications


Sec. 772.319.  PUBLIC REVIEW.


(a) Periodically, the board shall solicit public comments and hold a public review hearing on the continuation of the district and the 9-1-1 emergency service fee. The first hearing shall be held three years after the date the order certifying the creation of the district is filed with the county clerks. Subsequent hearings shall be held three years after the date each order required by Subsection (d) is adopted.

(b)  The board shall publish notice of the time and place of the hearing once a week for two consecutive weeks in a daily newspaper of general circulation published in the district. The first notice must be published not later than the 16th day before the date set for the hearing.

(c)  At the hearing, the board shall also solicit comments on the participation of the district in the applicable regional plan for 9-1-1 service under Chapter 771. After the hearing, the board may choose to participate in the regional plan as provided by that chapter.

(d)  After the hearing, the board shall adopt an order on the continuation or dissolution of the district and the 9-1-1 emergency service fee.

Acts 1989, 71st Leg., ch. 678, Sec. 1, eff. Sept. 1, 1989.