UPDATED: Road closures remain Friday evening in Montgomery County due to Tropical Storm Imelda

As Tropical Storm Imelda hits Montgomery County, several roads have been flooded.

As Tropical Storm Imelda hits Montgomery County, several roads have been flooded.

Updated 5:37 p.m. Sept 20

As of 5 p.m. Sept. 20, the following roads were reported impassable due to high water or as passable using caution, according to an update from the Montgomery County Office of Homeland Security and Emergency Management:

  • 13500 block of Moorehead Road

  • I-45 and Crighton Road

  • Hwy. 59 and FM 2090

  • First Street and Hill and Dale Avenue

  • Birnham Woods Drive and Imperial Promenade Drive

  • Dam Site Road (the access road to the San Jacinto River Authority)

  • FM 3083 and Bo Wood

  • FM 1485 at Caney Creek Bridge

  • Gene Campbell Road and FM 1485

  • Gene Campbell Road at Nichols Lane

  • Grand Parkway at Imperial Promenade Drive

  • Hwy. 59 and Creekwood Drive

  • Idle Glen Roadway

  • Moorehead Road and Johnson

  • Morgan Cemetery and Fostoria Road

  • Old Hwy. 105 E at Daw Collins Road

  • Old Hwy. 105 at Hopson Road

  • River Plantation Drive

  • South Essex Drive and San Jacinto Drive

  • South Navasota Drive

  • Twin Oaks Road and Main Street

  • Trinity Way


In addition to closures on Friday, New Caney ISD has also announced it will remain closed Monday, Sept. 23. According to an announcement from Conroe ISD, all CISD campuses and offices will reopen Monday, Sept. 23, with the exception of Caney Creek High School, which will be closed for repairs and reopen Tuesday, Sept. 24.

Lone Star College System properties will also remain closed this weekend, LSCS officials announced.

For more information, go to the Montgomery County Office of Homeland Security and Emergency Management’s website at www.mctxoem.org

Updated 9:30 a.m. Sept. 20

As of 9:30 a.m., the following roads remain impassable due to high water, according to the Montgomery County Office of Homeland Security and Emergency Management's Montgomery County Live Map.

  • Dam Site Road (the access road to the San Jacinto River Authority), Conroe

  • I-45 North and Shenandoah Park Drive, Shenandoah

  • Birnham Woods Drive and Imperial Promenade Drive, Spring

  • Grand Parkway and Riley Fuzzel Road, Spring

  • East and westbound lanes of the Grand Parkway feeder roads at Imperial Promenade Drive, Spring

  • Three frontage lanes are blocked of the Grand Parkway northbound at Hwy. 59, New Caney

  • Three frontage lanes are blocked of the Grand Parkway southbound at Hwy. 59, New Caney

  • Community Drive between Loop 494 and Hwy. 59, New Caney

  • Trinity Way and Punkin Street, New Caney

  • Vick Drive and White Oak Drive, New Caney

  • All of White Oak Drive, New Caney

  • FM 1485 at Caney Creek Bridge, New Caney

  • FM 1485 at the East Fork is closed, New Caney

  • FM 1485 northbound at Woodbranch, New Caney

  • Hwy. 59 and Roman Forest Boulevard, New Caney

  • Hwy. 59 and Hwy. 242, New Caney

  • Hwy. 242 westbound at FM 1485, Conroe

  • FM 1485 westbound at Firetower Road, Conroe

  • First Street and Hill and Dale Avenue, Splendora

  • Hwy. 59 and Creekwood Drive, Splendora

  • Oak Lawn Drive and Enlow Road, Splendora

  • South Tram Road and Hill and Dale Avenue, Splendora

  • FM 2090 and Tram Road, Splendora

  • First Street and Reddick Lane, Splendora

  • Dallie Sue Street and FM 2090, Splendora

  • Ruby Street and FM 2090, Splendora

  • First Street and FM 2090, Splendora

  • Hwy. 59 and FM 2090, Humble

  • FM 2090 near Morgan Drive, Splendora

  • East River Road and Hwy. 59, Splendora

  • Kingsport Drive and Hwy. 59, New Caney

  • Hwy. 59 at Fosteria Road, Splendora

  • 27880 E. River Road, Splendora

  • Daw Collins Road and Huff Road, Splendora

  • Hwy. 242 eastbound at Kropik Road, Conroe

  • FM 3083 and Bo Wood, Conroe

  • Rocky Road and Crystal Creek, Conroe

  • Moorehead Road, Conroe

  • South Frazier and South Loop 336, Conroe

  • FM 2854 and West Loop 336, Conroe

  • South Essex Drive and San Jacinto Drive, Conroe

  • Idle Glen Roadway, New Caney


The following schools and school districts have also canceled classes for Sept. 20.

For more information, go to the Montgomery County Office of Homeland Security and Emergency Management’s website at www.mctxoem.org

Updated 11:36 a.m. Sept. 19

As of 10:45 a.m., the Montgomery County Office of Homeland Security and Emergency Management has determined the following roads are not passable and drivers should find an alternate route:

  • FM 2854 and West Loop 336, Conroe

  • FM 2090 and FM 3083, Conroe

  • Rocky Road, Conroe

  • South Frazier Street and South Loop 336, Conroe

  • Grogans Mill Road and Wellman Road, Shenandoah

  • Aldine Westfield Road and Legend Estates Drive, Spring

  • Birnham Woods Drive and Imperial Promenade Drive, Spring

  • First Street and Hill and Dale Ave, Splendora

  • Hwy. 59 and FM 1314, Porter

  • Hwy.59 and FM 2090, Humble

  • 29600 Robinson Road, Conroe

  • Fish Creek Thoroughfare and FM 2854, Montgomery

  • I-45 and Hwy. 242, The Woodlands

  • Six Pines Drive and Lake Front Circle, The Woodlands

  • Lake Robbins Drive, The Woodlands

  • Hwy. 45 and Loop 336, Conroe

  • Imperial Oaks Boulevard and Rayford Road, Spring

  • Aldine Westfield Road and Northridge Forest Drive, Spring

  • 21000 Riley Fuzzel Road, Spring

  • Douget Road and Sadie Lane, Conroe

  • Marshall Road and Willis Waukegan Road, Cut and Shoot

  • River Oaks Drive and Needham Road, Conroe

  • North Woodloch Street, Conroe

  • First Street and Ruddick Lane, Splendora

  • 10700 to 10800 River Oaks Drive, Conroe

  • Gene Campbell Road and FM 1485, New Caney

  • Hwy. 59 and Roman Forest Boulevard, New Caney

  • Hwy. 59 and FM 1485, New Caney

  • I-45 and Roman Forest, Spring

  • Ruby Street and FM 2090, Splendora

  • Oak Lawn Drive and Enlow Road, Splendora

  • First Street and Memorial Drive, Splendora

  • Cole Drive and Pinemont Road, Splendora

  • East Christine Drive and Hwy. 59, Splendora

  • Dallie Sue and FM 2090, Splendora

  • Cox Street and Old Hwy. 59, Splendora

  • Rebel Road and Hwy. 59, Splendora

  • Punkin Street and Penny Street, New Caney

  • Tommy Smith Road and Firetower Road, Conroe

  • FM 1485 and Firetower Road, New Caney

  • 26100 Hill and Dale Ave, Splendora

  • Porter Lane, Porter Heights

  • 18300 Old Houston Road, Conroe

  • FM 1485 and Vick Drive, New Caney

  • First Street and FM 2090, Splendora

  • White Oak Drive and Vick Drive, New Caney

  • North and South Navasota, Navasota

  • Trinity Way, New Caney

  • Daw Collins Road and Huff Road, Splendora

  • Idle Glen Roadway, New Caney

  • FM 2090 near Morgan Drive, Splendora

  • Valley Ranch Parkway and Valley Ranch Bend, Porter

  • Fostoria Road and Morgan Cemetery Road, Cleveland

  • FM 2090 and Tram Road, Splendora

  • East River Drive, Splendora

  • Hwy. 59 and Creekwood Drive, Splendora

  • 27880 E. River Road, Splendora

  • FM 1485 from Hwy. 105, Cut and Shoot, to Joan Lane, Conroe

  • Old Hwy. 105 East and South Duck Creek Road, Cleveland

  • Rose Road and FM 1484, Conroe

  • FM 3083 and South Loop 336, Conroe

  • Crater Hill Road and FM 3083, Conroe

  • Willis Waukegan Road, Conroe

  • East River Road and Hwy. 59, Splendora

  • FM 1314 and Creighton Road, Conroe

  • Duke Road and FM 2090, Splendora

  • South Tram Road and Hill and Dale Avenue, Splendora

  • Tallow Vista and Fostoria Road, Cleveland

  • Kingsport Drive and Hwy. 59, New Caney

  • Hwy. 59 and Hwy. 242, New Caney

  • Hwy. 105 and Fostoria Road, Cleveland

  • Hwy. 45 and Loop 336, Conroe


The following schools and school districts have also canceled classes for Sept. 19.

For more information, go to the Montgomery County Office of Homeland Security and Emergency Management’s website at www.mctxoem.org
By Andy Li
Originally from Boone, North Carolina, Andy Li is a graduate of East Carolina University with degrees in Communication with a concentration in Journalism and Political Science. While in school, he worked as a performing arts reporter, news, arts and copy editor and a columnist at the campus newspaper, The East Carolinian. He also had the privilege to work with NPR’s Next Generation Radio, a project for student journalists exploring radio news. Moving to Houston in May 2019, he now works as the reporter for the Conroe/Montgomery edition of Community Impact Newspaper.


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