Commissioner James Noack- Montgomery County Precinct Three

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#1!!!Why change a thing?We did this TOGETHER!!!
06/02/2021

#1!!!

Why change a thing?

We did this TOGETHER!!!

#1!!!

Why change a thing?

We did this TOGETHER!!!

"We appreciate the willingness of The Howard Hughes Corporation in working with us and keeping this project moving forwa...
06/02/2021
8 acres donated to $8.1 million Gosling Road and bridge replacement project

"We appreciate the willingness of The Howard Hughes Corporation in working with us and keeping this project moving forward,” Precinct 3 Commissioner James Noack said. “When we all work together, we are better stewards of taxpayer dollars. We are excited to get this project going, which will greatly improve safety and mobility along this thoroughfare in our community.”

A long-awaited plan between Harris and Montgomery counties to build a new bridge and roadway over Spring Creek got a boost with the donation of 8 acres of property.

As residents of The Woodlands review the proposed 2021 Major Thoroughfare Plan and submit comments, they may notice that...
06/01/2021

As residents of The Woodlands review the proposed 2021 Major Thoroughfare Plan and submit comments, they may notice that the Woodlands Parkway extension has been removed from the updated plan. (https://www.projectinformation.com/MontgomeryMTFP/?fbclid=IwAR1Fl2blaG4LlcpZgd4Y96OxF5diaeOw8jg_EvZ82RjGk73THX-y64EiOu4)

Commissioner Noack is proud not only to have publicly opposed the road extension that resulted in its removal from the 2015 road bond package, but to also have worked with The Woodlands Development Company to ensure that there is no chance of the parkway ever extending west of FM 2978.

As shown in this replat approved by Montgomery County Commissioners Court in April, Commissioner Noack worked directly with the developer to expand and change the tract on the west side of the FM 2978-Woodlands Parkway intersection to an unrestricted reserve – thus opening the door for a commercial development at this location and blocking any potential roadway extension.

In addition, Commissioner Noack successfully removed the extensions of Gosling Road, Branch Crossing and Sawmill Road from the updated MTFP – protecting all Woodlands residents (whether or not they live in Precinct 3) from the potential of additional pass-through traffic congesting our community.

As the individual elected to provide representation of roads and mobility to Precinct 3, Commissioner Noack will continue to be the voice protecting all residents of The Woodlands and surrounding areas from the threat of unnecessary, unwanted road extensions.

All residents of The Woodlands and surrounding areas do have a proverbial “seat at the table” – their elected Precinct 3 commissioner, James Noack.

As residents of The Woodlands review the proposed 2021 Major Thoroughfare Plan and submit comments, they may notice that the Woodlands Parkway extension has been removed from the updated plan. (https://www.projectinformation.com/MontgomeryMTFP/?fbclid=IwAR1Fl2blaG4LlcpZgd4Y96OxF5diaeOw8jg_EvZ82RjGk73THX-y64EiOu4)

Commissioner Noack is proud not only to have publicly opposed the road extension that resulted in its removal from the 2015 road bond package, but to also have worked with The Woodlands Development Company to ensure that there is no chance of the parkway ever extending west of FM 2978.

As shown in this replat approved by Montgomery County Commissioners Court in April, Commissioner Noack worked directly with the developer to expand and change the tract on the west side of the FM 2978-Woodlands Parkway intersection to an unrestricted reserve – thus opening the door for a commercial development at this location and blocking any potential roadway extension.

In addition, Commissioner Noack successfully removed the extensions of Gosling Road, Branch Crossing and Sawmill Road from the updated MTFP – protecting all Woodlands residents (whether or not they live in Precinct 3) from the potential of additional pass-through traffic congesting our community.

As the individual elected to provide representation of roads and mobility to Precinct 3, Commissioner Noack will continue to be the voice protecting all residents of The Woodlands and surrounding areas from the threat of unnecessary, unwanted road extensions.

All residents of The Woodlands and surrounding areas do have a proverbial “seat at the table” – their elected Precinct 3 commissioner, James Noack.

In 2019, when the court agreed to update the plan again, Precinct 3 Commissioner James Noack pushed to have the Woodland...
05/29/2021
Montgomery County seeks input on roadways plan

In 2019, when the court agreed to update the plan again, Precinct 3 Commissioner James Noack pushed to have the Woodlands Parkway extension removed, along with several other projects, including the extensions of Gosling Road and Branch Crossing.
Those projects are not expected to be included in the 2021 plan, Noack said.

Montgomery County commissioners are working to finalize the county’s 2021 Major...

Your Precinct 3 tax dollars at work for the constituents! Asphalt overly project ongoing today along Geneva north of Ray...
05/27/2021

Your Precinct 3 tax dollars at work for the constituents! Asphalt overly project ongoing today along Geneva north of Rayford Road.

Project should be completed today with asphalt work starting Tuesday on Winterberry Place in The Woodlands.

Asphalt and other projects were put on hold due to heavy rain over the past couple of weeks.

Check out the difference between old asphalt lane and new overlay in some of the pics!

Montgomery County has removed the Woodlands Parkway, Gosling Road and Branch Crossing extensions from the major thorough...
05/25/2021
Woodlands Parkway, Gosling Road, Branch Crossing extensions removed from Major Thoroughfare Plan | Precinct 3

Montgomery County has removed the Woodlands Parkway, Gosling Road and Branch Crossing extensions from the major thoroughfare plan.

The three controversial road extensions, which were listed on the 2016 MTFP, will not be on the 2021 MTFP map, which has been posted for public review and comment over the next three weeks.

Those interested can visit the virtual public meeting room at https://www.projectinformation.com/MontgomeryMTFP/.

Follow the instructional video or document to learn how to view and read the map, as well as provide comment on the proposed updates to the Major Thoroughfare Plan.

The 2021 Major Thoroughfare Plan, which updates the 2016 plan, will provide a map of proposed and existing thoroughfares and collector roads throughout each of the four precincts in Montgomery County. The interactive map indicates amendments to the previous plan, such as roads that were added, removed, realigned or reclassified from 2016 to 2021.

The study to update the plan takes into account recent and future population, employment and vehicle traffic growth; and performance of the existing and proposed roadway networks. The updated plan will include prioritized lists of short, mid and long-term recommended improvements, funding opportunities and tiered implementation strategy.

It will incorporate findings from the Precinct 3 South Montgomery County Mobility Study, as well as the ongoing Precinct 2 and Precinct 4 mobility studies.

The comment period on the virtual public meeting website will end at noon on Friday, June 11.

The final recommended 2021 MTFP is expected to be presented to Montgomery Commissioners Court by the end of July.

For questions regarding the virtual public meeting website and interactive map, email [email protected] or click on the “Contact Us” link in the virtual meeting room.

Montgomery County has removed the Woodlands Parkway, Gosling Road and Branch Crossing extensions from the major thoroughfare plan.

The Gosling Road widening project is scheduled to go out for bid Friday, May 28, according to Harris County officials. A...
05/25/2021
Gosling Road widening project set to go out for bid | Precinct 3

The Gosling Road widening project is scheduled to go out for bid Friday, May 28, according to Harris County officials. Advertising should last three weeks, with a proposed bid date of Monday, June 21.

Read more in the link below!

The Gosling Road widening project is scheduled to go out for bid Friday, May 28, according to Harris County officials. Advertising should last three weeks, with a proposed bid date of Monday, June 21.

The Woodlands Township is considering entering into an interlocal agreement with Woodlands Water Agency to install a 125...
05/25/2021

The Woodlands Township is considering entering into an interlocal agreement with Woodlands Water Agency to install a 125-foot communication tower at Terramont Park to manage smart meters tracking residents' water use.

Please see the agenda item and link to the presentation here.

Agenda item:
https://www.thewoodlandstownship-tx.gov/991/Agendas-Minutes-and-More

Presentation:https://destinyhosted.com/woodldocs/2021/BODREG/20210526_3803/4524_Executive_Summary_Woodlands_Water_Smart_Meters_ILA_Communications_Tower_September_9_2020_and_presentation_combined.pdf

Let me know your thoughts in the comments below!

The Woodlands Township is considering entering into an interlocal agreement with Woodlands Water Agency to install a 125-foot communication tower at Terramont Park to manage smart meters tracking residents' water use.

Please see the agenda item and link to the presentation here.

Agenda item:
https://www.thewoodlandstownship-tx.gov/991/Agendas-Minutes-and-More

Presentation:https://destinyhosted.com/woodldocs/2021/BODREG/20210526_3803/4524_Executive_Summary_Woodlands_Water_Smart_Meters_ILA_Communications_Tower_September_9_2020_and_presentation_combined.pdf

Let me know your thoughts in the comments below!

Did you know that Montgomery County has a "Storm Watch" interactive map?It details: - Current precipitation levels - pre...
05/19/2021

Did you know that Montgomery County has a "Storm Watch" interactive map?

It details:

- Current precipitation levels
- predicted precipitation
- Current stream gauge readings
- Predicted stream flow levels
- Active hurricanes, both their observed position, forecasted track and much more!

Check it out here: https://moco.maps.arcgis.com/apps/webappviewer/index.html?id=da89b526c1ae456a914baf272aad5517

You can also check out river and creek observations here:
https://water.weather.gov/ahps2/index.php?wfo=hgx

Precinct 3 currently has crews out monitoring the roads and currently only has 1 road blocked off at Dry Creek due to high water. We will post more updates as we receive them.

Did you know that Montgomery County has a "Storm Watch" interactive map?

It details:

- Current precipitation levels
- predicted precipitation
- Current stream gauge readings
- Predicted stream flow levels
- Active hurricanes, both their observed position, forecasted track and much more!

Check it out here: https://moco.maps.arcgis.com/apps/webappviewer/index.html?id=da89b526c1ae456a914baf272aad5517

You can also check out river and creek observations here:
https://water.weather.gov/ahps2/index.php?wfo=hgx

Precinct 3 currently has crews out monitoring the roads and currently only has 1 road blocked off at Dry Creek due to high water. We will post more updates as we receive them.

05/13/2021

Crews are finished cleaning up and power washing the road.

All lanes on eastbound Woodlands Parkway should reopen any minute!

05/13/2021

Clean up ongoing on eastbound Woodlands Parkway just east of Gosling.

One lane is still passable. Please proceed through this area with caution or utilize an alternate route.

Major trash/debris spill on eastbound Woodlands Parkway just east of Gosling. One eastbound lane is still passable. Wast...
05/13/2021

Major trash/debris spill on eastbound Woodlands Parkway just east of Gosling.

One eastbound lane is still passable.

Waste Management says they have a crew enroute for cleanup. Precinct 3 team members are on site and we will post more information as it is available.

Alternate route advised.

Major trash/debris spill on eastbound Woodlands Parkway just east of Gosling.

One eastbound lane is still passable.

Waste Management says they have a crew enroute for cleanup. Precinct 3 team members are on site and we will post more information as it is available.

Alternate route advised.

Please come remove your signs!
05/04/2021

Please come remove your signs!

There are currently no high water or impassable roads in Precinct 3 as of noon today. Please see the below report of rep...
04/30/2021

There are currently no high water or impassable roads in Precinct 3 as of noon today.

Please see the below report of reported road hazards across all of Montgomery County.

We will continue to post updates as needed!

There are currently no high water or impassable roads in Precinct 3 as of noon today.

Please see the below report of reported road hazards across all of Montgomery County.

We will continue to post updates as needed!

04/24/2021

I understand your frustration with the lack of parking at Alden Bridge Sports Park, and the dangerous situation caused by so many vehicles parking along FM242.

This is a Woodlands Township issue. They either need more parking or limited field use. Unfortunately, this is not a county issue. If it were, I would resolve it. As my family suffered through this nearly a decade ago.

⚠️ Road Closure ⚠️ Birnham Woods Drive (between Waterbend Cove and Lexington Boulevard) will be closed to through traffi...
04/22/2021

⚠️ Road Closure ⚠️

Birnham Woods Drive (between Waterbend Cove and Lexington Boulevard) will be closed to through traffic Saturday, April 24, from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.

Motorists will be able to use Waterbend Cove, Lexington Boulevard and Rayford Road to navigate the area Saturday.

The closure is scheduled for the weekend in order to avoid disrupting school and weekday work traffic.

The closure is necessary to provide safety for workers who will be performing soil boring for materials testing in anticipation of future pavement improvements along that stretch of Birnham Woods Drive.

⚠️ Road Closure ⚠️

Birnham Woods Drive (between Waterbend Cove and Lexington Boulevard) will be closed to through traffic Saturday, April 24, from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.

Motorists will be able to use Waterbend Cove, Lexington Boulevard and Rayford Road to navigate the area Saturday.

The closure is scheduled for the weekend in order to avoid disrupting school and weekday work traffic.

The closure is necessary to provide safety for workers who will be performing soil boring for materials testing in anticipation of future pavement improvements along that stretch of Birnham Woods Drive.

Allegro Bend Blvd scheduled to be closed at Rayford RoadAs part of the Rayford Road widening project from Waterbend Cove...
04/16/2021

Allegro Bend Blvd scheduled to be closed at Rayford Road

As part of the Rayford Road widening project from Waterbend Cove to Birnham Woods Drive, access to Allegro Bend Boulevard from Rayford Road will be closed starting Friday, April 16, as crews work on that intersection. Through traffic along Rayford Road will remain open in both directions.

The intersection is scheduled to reopen by the end of April, weather permitting.

Contractor D&W will tie in the existing roads with the new eastbound lanes of Rayford Road at this intersection.

Residents who live off of Allegro Bend Boulevard can use Cochran Park Trail to access or exit Rayford Road. During the intersection closure, a temporary three-way stop will be placed at Rayford Road and Cochran Park Trail.

The Rayford Road-Birnham Woods Drive road widening, intersection improvement and signalization project started in October 2020.

Scope of project: The project will widen Rayford Road to four lanes from approximately 40 feet east of Waterbend Cove to approximately 400 feet east of Birnham Woods Drive. A new concrete roadway will be constructed on the south side of the existing Rayford Road lanes to create the two new eastbound lanes. The existing road will be for the two westbound lanes along that stretch. Dedicated left-turn lanes along Rayford Road turning into communities also are included in the project.

There also will be an additional bridge constructed for eastbound Rayford Road traffic just east of Spring Trails Park Drive. That bridge construction is underway.

The project involves constructing a traffic signal at the Rayford Road-Birnham Woods intersection and widening Birnham Woods Drive to four lanes from approximately 600 feet north of Rayford Road to approximately 600 feet south of Rayford Road. All four Rayford Road-Birnham Woods Drive intersection approaches will have a dedicated left-turn lane.

It is a 360-calendar day contract to complete the project.

Allegro Bend Blvd scheduled to be closed at Rayford Road

As part of the Rayford Road widening project from Waterbend Cove to Birnham Woods Drive, access to Allegro Bend Boulevard from Rayford Road will be closed starting Friday, April 16, as crews work on that intersection. Through traffic along Rayford Road will remain open in both directions.

The intersection is scheduled to reopen by the end of April, weather permitting.

Contractor D&W will tie in the existing roads with the new eastbound lanes of Rayford Road at this intersection.

Residents who live off of Allegro Bend Boulevard can use Cochran Park Trail to access or exit Rayford Road. During the intersection closure, a temporary three-way stop will be placed at Rayford Road and Cochran Park Trail.

The Rayford Road-Birnham Woods Drive road widening, intersection improvement and signalization project started in October 2020.

Scope of project: The project will widen Rayford Road to four lanes from approximately 40 feet east of Waterbend Cove to approximately 400 feet east of Birnham Woods Drive. A new concrete roadway will be constructed on the south side of the existing Rayford Road lanes to create the two new eastbound lanes. The existing road will be for the two westbound lanes along that stretch. Dedicated left-turn lanes along Rayford Road turning into communities also are included in the project.

There also will be an additional bridge constructed for eastbound Rayford Road traffic just east of Spring Trails Park Drive. That bridge construction is underway.

The project involves constructing a traffic signal at the Rayford Road-Birnham Woods intersection and widening Birnham Woods Drive to four lanes from approximately 600 feet north of Rayford Road to approximately 600 feet south of Rayford Road. All four Rayford Road-Birnham Woods Drive intersection approaches will have a dedicated left-turn lane.

It is a 360-calendar day contract to complete the project.

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Spring, TX
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