Mayor and City Council


The governing body of the City of Conroe shall be a Mayor-Council composed of five (5) Councilmen and a Mayor elected at large from the City of Conroe as hereinafter provided. As hereinafter used in the charter, the word Council shall be construed to mean a Mayor and five (5) Councilmen. Pursuant to its provisions and subject only to the limitations imposed by the State Constitution and Statues and by this charter, all powers of the City shall be vested in the elected council which shall enact local legislation, adopt budgets, determine policies and execute the laws and administer the government of the City. All powers of the City shall be exercised in the manner prescribed by the charter, or if the manner be not prescribed then in such manner as may be prescribed by ordinance. State law reference - Home rule, V.T.C.A., Local Government Code § 5.004.

Mayor Jody Czajkoski

Jody CzajkoskiBorn and raised in Marlin, Texas, Jody moved to Conroe after touring the country as a professional bull rider and graduating from Sam Houston State University.  Jody and his wife Nicole, a local attorney, were drawn to Conroe by the small town feel and great opportunity that is so abundant.  Active members of Sacred Heart Catholic Church, the Czajkoski family includes 3 children and the cutest little dog you ever saw.


Mayor Czajkoski ran a very positive, upbeat campaign.  His focus during the campaign, as it will be during his tenure as Mayor, is to maintain and improve the outstanding quality of life we share here in Conroe.  Low taxes, up-to-date infrastructure, educational opportunities, good jobs and plenty of recreation and night life all work together to make Conroe a great place to live, learn, work and play.


Mayor Czajkoski is known for his “can do” attitude.  He is open to new ideas from any source that shares his goal of making Conroe the best that it can be.  If you’ve heard Mayor Jody speak, you have heard “It’s Conroe’s Time to Shine!” and his attitude is that it takes ideas and input from everyone to make Conroe shine.


Mayor Jody is committed to bringing and highlighting the multitude of opportunities that Conroe currently has and will develop.  Bringing in businesses with good, high paying jobs, providing incubators for new businesses and developing every educational opportunity possible is necessary for Conroe’s citizens to thrive economically.  However, Mayor Jody understands that work is not all there is to life.  Making the beauty of our lakes, river, forests and trails available to all, nurturing a vibrant arts and entertainment culture and promoting the areas new bars, restaurants and recreational opportunities are all commitments that Mayor Jody has made to the citizens of Conroe.

“It’s Conroe’s Time to Shine!”

The Mayor can be reached at: P.O. Box 3066, Conroe, TX 77305; by phone at (936) 522-3010; by fax at (936) 522-3009 or by email.

Mayor Jody Czajkoski

Councilman Todd Yancey

Place 1 - Term expires 5/2024

Todd YanceyBorn and raised in Conroe, Todd Yancey graduated from Conroe High School and went to work at his family’s business, Yancey Concrete. Immediately, he put his Texas work ethic and natural leadership skills to use.  By 1985, he had already ascended to the role of Plant Operations Manager—a position he has thrived in for the last 35 years.  For the last four decades, Mr. Yancey has worked tirelessly for Yancey Concrete, building it into a cornerstone of the community and helped lay the groundwork for the booming growth of Montgomery County.  His teams’ work has reached every corner of Conroe, Montgomery, Magnolia, Willis, Spring, and the Woodlands. 

Mr. Yancey is the proud father of two children, Carter (24) and Sarah Beth (23), who both attended Montgomery High School and Texas A&M.  He brings the same values to fatherhood and faith as he does to his work. His integrity permeates every aspect of his life, and his dedication to doing the right thing never wavers as he strives to be the best father, son, brother, uncle, friend, and Christian.  He never misses a Sunday morning at the Lone Star Cowboy Church or an opportunity to share his faith with anyone he meets, either through conversation or by the example he sets. Mr. Yancey values his family and his relationship with God above all else.

Mr. Yancey ran for Council because results require accountability, commitment and the general knowledge of what is most important to the people of this city.  He believes one of the biggest challenges facing the City of Conroe is growth and preparing our infrastructure to handle that growth.  His goal for the city is to meet the needs of the citizens, operate within the budget, and to not raise taxes while preparing for future growth.

“I was born and raised in Conroe and it is my responsibility to ensure its success for my children and future grandchildren. I can’t promise you I will change the world, but I will do everything I can to better this city. 
Together we can lead this community into the future and be a role model for every growing city across our state.  My door is always open to your thoughts, concerns and suggestions.”
 ~ Todd Yancey

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Councilman Todd Yancey

Mayor Pro Tem Curt Maddux

Place 2 - Term expires 5/2024
Curt Maddux 1 (1)Curt Maddux is a native Conroe resident and a 1987 graduate of Conroe High School. An avid golfer, he knows he is blessed to work in an industry that he loves as Vice President of Conroe Golf Cars.  With Conroe Golf Cars President and Owner John Sebastian, Mr. Maddux has been part of the team that has taken CGC to a $25 Million company with retail and commercial sales, as well as a brisk rental business.

Mr. Maddux and his wife, Tanya Brown Maddux, also a graduate of Conroe High, have raised two incredible young men.  His youngest son Sydney is a junior at CHS, while his oldest Matthew is a junior at Texas A&M University.

Mr. Maddux understands that with Conroe’s growth reputation, both its citizens and area communities are expecting much from its city council. He is committed to making Conroe’s physical growth match its median income growth, as well as its infrastructure.  This will encourage more jobs, opportunities for new businesses, and will benefit the schools in the area.  He knows these changes and acting to make these changes requires courage.  Mr. Maddux clearly has the courage to grow and change.

Mr. Maddux is a leader in the Conroe community and has been for a number of years. He has served 2 terms on the Planning Commission from 2017-2020.  He is also a Member of the Conroe Industrial Development Corporation and the Vice Chairman of Architectural Review Board.  His leadership is based upon hard work and commitment to accomplishing goals. He is proud to serve this office and the citizens of the City of Conroe.

Mr. Maddux will lead with the courage to grow and change and is committed to:

  • Encouraging development of higher paying jobs.
  • Promoting opportunities for new businesses.
  • Building a better infrastructure for future growth.
  • Keeping our tax rate one of the lowest in Texas.
  • Full transparency for citizens related to their city government.
  • Ensuring Conroe Continues to be a great place for citizens to live, work, and raise their families. 
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Mayor Pro Tem Curt Maddux

Councilman Harry Hardman

Place 3 - Term expires 5/2026
Harry Hardman

Originally from El Paso, Texas, Harry Hardman, and his wife Paula moved to Houston in 1991, became property owners in Montgomery County in 1998, and became fulltime residents of Conroe in 2004. They have been blessed with two married children, their spouses, and two grandchildren they love to spoil.

 Mr. Hardman has enjoyed a very successful career in technology, having held several key sales leadership positions with global companies such as Nortel Networks, Foundry Networks, Brocade Communications and SalesTalk Technologies. He is currently Vice President of Sales for High Wire Networks, a technology services company.

Mr. Hardman has always been very active and interested in water issues in Texas, having served on several MUD boards for almost two decades prior to serving as past President of the Lone Star Groundwater Conservation District, where he was serving his second term prior to joining Council. Mr. Hardman has been a member of the Advisory Board at the Bush School of Government and Public Service at Texas A&M University for the past 20 years and looks forward to helping recruit future graduates to Conroe.

Mr. Hardman is also very active at Sacred Heart Catholic Church, where he has served as past Chair of the Pastoral Council and co-Director for the Men’s ACTs retreat. He is also a Eucharistic Minister, a 4th Degree Knight of Columbus, and a Knight of the Equestrian Order of the Holy Sepulcher of Jerusalem.

 Mr. Hardman’s top priorities for the City of Conroe are:

  • Working to restore affordable water rates.
  • Focusing on strategic, sustainable growth by investing in projects that will create the most value for Conroe.
  • Working to preserve the natural beauty of Conroe.
  • Ensuring the safety of our first responders and our citizens.
  • Maintaining fiscal prudence and transparency and making all votes based on sound fiscal policy

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Councilman Harry Hardman

Councilman Howard Wood

Place 4 - Term expires 5/2026

Howard Wood (1)Growing up in Brownwood, TX, Howard learned the value of a solid work ethic, personal responsibility, and perseverance.  He ultimately earned the rank of Eagle Scout.  With a strong desire to serve his country, Howard graduated high school on a Friday and entered the United States Marine Corps that following Sunday. 

Howard is a committed husband married 14 years to his wife Vanette, a 2000 graduate of Conroe High School. Together, they work to keep strong Christian values the center of their family. 

They chose to call Conroe home and raise their three strong, determined, and confident daughters here.  “We’re excited about the opportunities our daughters have here and we’re committed to making our city even better for future generations”.

 Howard has built a solid reputation for being very approachable, a person who gets things done and is willing to take on big challenges.

Howard has fulfilled campaign commitments to stop clear cutting of our trees and establish a tree ordinance for responsible development, preserving Conroe’s natural beauty and also voting to lower your taxes as promised.  All of this in less than 3 months into his term.

His campaign promises are:

  • Fight Against Tax Increases
  • Fight Against High Water Rates
  • Keep Cost in Line with Budgets
  • Back the Fire, Police and Emergency Response unapologetically
  • Improve Safety of All Residents in Our Community
  • Fight to Protect Our Natural Resources
He holds a Bachelor of Science degree from Texas A&M and built a successful career in oil & gas drilling as an entrepreneur.

Further Service to Our Community

Howard also serves as a Director at the Montgomery County Veterans Memorial Park, Chairman of the KidzQ Competition for the Montgomery County Fair Association and dedicates significant time to mentoring entrepreneurs and serving our Veterans. 

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Councilman Howard Wood

Councilwoman Marsha Porter

Place 5 - Term expires 5/2026

Marsha Porter (1)Marsha Porter has been serving the Citizens of Conroe for much of her life.  She previously served on Conroe City Council for eight years from 2008-2016.  She is a former Conroe Industrial Development Corporation board member and has been a part of Conroe's financial committee as well as a former member of the personnel committee.

Councilwoman Porter is proud to be a former member of Conroe's City Insurance Committee and the Tourist Council.   She has been dedicated to the Arts and Culture in Conroe and is currently the Arts Liaison for the City of Conroe.

Councilwoman Porter is a retired educator of 39 years, all in Conroe ISD, where her career included being the Athletic Director and has led her to be a member of the Lions Club for retired teachers and member of the Conroe Retired Teachers Organization.

Councilwoman Porter is dedicated to furthering her service to the Citizens of Conroe and continuing to pave the way for future growth.

Her priorities have always been and will continue to be:

  • Low Tax Rate;
  • Continue the fight for low water rates;
  • Ensure the safety of the community is a priority;
  • Develop new infrastructure as well as repairing old infrastructure;
  • Strengthen and enforce conservative tree ordinance
  • Assist our local businesses recover from the economic effects of the COVID-19 virus;
  • Continue to attract large companies to the area that will bring in more jobs and tax revenue.
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Councilwoman Marsha Porter