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Engineering Department
300 W. Davis, Conroe
Conroe, Texas 77301

Business Hours
Monday- Thursday 7:30am-5:30pm
Friday 8am-5pm

Phone: 936.522.3100

Flood Safety

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See this Flood Safety Information brochure

To view real time rain or river gauges or traffic and weather conditions go to

Flooded Car

In case of an flooding emergency, the City or County may use different mean to alert you to the situation and possible evacuation routes.

  • Montgomery County 911 uses AlertMCTX as one means of communication with residents during emergency situations. If you receive an AlertMCTX message, listen carefully. The message will be brief and not repeated. You may be directed to a commercial TV or radio station for further information. Do not hang up until you have heard the entire message. Do not call 9-1-1 for further information unless directed to do so. You will only tie up the emergency lines. Register at this webpage now to receive free alerts from AlertMCTX.

  • Listen for sirens. In the case of an emergency, police and fire officials may use sirens and loud speakers to alert you to necessary information about the emergency.
  • Turn on TV or Radio during large storm events. Tune to a local station to find out information about the emergency and evacuation routes. The emergency broadcast station for Conroe is K-Star Radio/KVST 99.7 FM. The local NOAA Weather Radio is Tomball, KGG68, 162.400 Mhz. Listen for Warning Bulletins and any corresponding emergency instructions.

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