Community Service Numbers

Emergency – Call 9-1-1

Fire or ambulance – 936-441-6243

City of Conroe Police Department – 936-522-3000

Montgomery County Sheriff’s Department (non-emergency) 936-760-5800

Crimestoppers of Montgomery County – 936-539-7867

Department of Public Safety – 936-539-2221



Conroe Regional Medical Center – 936-539-1111

Memorial Hermann Hospital The Woodlands – 281-364-2300

St. Luke’s Community Medical Center – 936-277-2000

Poison Information Center – 1-800-222-1222


Pet Care

Conroe Animal Adoption Center (formerly Conroe Animal Shelter) – 936-522-3550

Animal Emergency Clinic of Montgomery County – 936-539-3800

Montgomery County Animal Shelter – 936-442-7738

Humane Society of Montgomery County – 936-271-7600

Society for Prevention of Cruelty to Animals – 713-869-7722



Gas – Centerpoint Energy – 1-800-752-8036

Water & Sewer – City of Conroe – 936-522-3000

Electric – Entergy – 1-800-368-3749



US Senator Ted Cruz  202-224-5922

US Senator John Cornyn  202-224-2934

US Congressman Kevin Brady 936-441-5700

State Senator Brandon Creighton  281-364-9426

State Representative Cecil Bell  512-463-0650

Precinct 2 Commissioner Charlie Riley  281-259-6492

County Judge Craig Doyal  936-539-7812

Conroe Mayor Webb Melder  936-522-3010

Sheriff Tommy Gage  936-760-5871


Other Useful Links

City of Conroe – Read the latest news, legal notices and bid notices; get the name and phone number of any city official; learn about alarm permits –

Conroe Independent School District (CISD) – Learn about the school your child will attend, view the school calendar, visit your child’s teacher’s web site –

League of Women Voters – Nonpartisan information about candidates and issues –

Montgomery County – Learn about Commissioners’ Court; voting locations, emergency procedures; West Nile virus; septic 101; building permits; and much more –

Montgomery County Library – Check the card catalog online; request books; recheck books; and access Heritage Quest online with your library card number –

Texas Legislature – On this site you can learn about proposed legislation; current members of the House and Senate; who is serving on which committee and what is on their calendar; search the Texas Constitution; and look up state statutes, such as the property code –

U.S. Post Office – Get the zip + 4 for an address; find out how much postage you will need for a large envelope or package; check a confirmation code to see when your package was delivered; and much more –