Early voting and polling locations in Conroe, Montgomery

Here are the places you can vote in the Conroe and Montgomery area.

Here are the places you can vote in the Conroe and Montgomery area.

Registered voters in the Conroe and Montgomery area can cast their ballots at any polling location during early voting Oct. 22-Nov. 2. Election Day polling locations are organized by precinct.

Early voting locations

North Montgomery County Community Center
600 Gerald St., Willis

Lone Star Community Center
2500 Lone Star Parkway, Montgomery

Lee G. Alworth Building
207 W. Phillips St., Conroe

Election Central
9159 Airport Road, Conroe

Election day locations

Pct. 1: Willis Community Building
109 W. Mink St., Willis

Pct. 2: Conroe Seventh-Day Adventist Church
3601 S. Loop 336 E., Conroe

Pct. 8: Browder Community Center
14865 County Line Road, Willis

Pct. 9: Dobbin Community Center
695 S. FM 1486, Montgomery

Pct. 10: Washington Junior High School
507 Dr. Martin L. King Jr. Place N., Conroe

Pct. 11: Woodforest Church
15917 Hwy. 105 W. Woodforest, Montgomery

Pct. 15: Cornerstone Church
100 Mosswood Drive, Conroe

Pct. 17: First Baptist Church of Groceville
19256 FM 1484, Conroe

Pct. 19: Montgomery City Hall
101 Old Plantersville Road, Montgomery

Pct. 20: Travis Intermediate School
1100 N. Thompson St., Conroe

Pct. 21: Conroe High School
3200 W. Davis St., Conroe

Pct. 22: Lake Conroe Hills Community Building
13621 Lake Breeze Lane, Willis

Pct. 23: North Montgomery County Community Center
600 Gerald St., Willis

Pct. 27: Rivershire Club House
206 Scarborough Drive, Conroe

Pct. 34: Needham Fire Department Station 64
15341 Lake Lamond Road, Conroe

Pct. 36: Allendale Baptist Church
14335 Allendale Lane, Conroe

Pct. 38: West Montgomery County Annex
19380 Hwy. 105 W., Ste. 507, Montgomery

Pct. 39: Lone Star Elementary School
16600 FM 2854, Montgomery

Pct. 40: Cryar Intermediate School
2375 Montgomery Park Blvd., Conroe

Pct. 42: Moorhead Junior High School
13475 FM 1485, Conroe

Pct. 43: Panorama Village City Hall
99 Hiwon Drive, Panorama Village

Pct. 44: Lone Star Convention Center
9055 Airport Road, Conroe

Pct. 50: Far Hills Utility District Building
10320 Cude Cemetery Road, Willis

Pct. 51: Central Library
104 I-45 N., Conroe

Pct. 55: Austin Elementary School
14796 Hwy. 105 E., Conroe

Pct. 57: Calvary Road Baptist Church
12621 Calvary Road, Willis

Pct. 60: Montgomery County Juvenile Facility
200 Academy Drive, Conroe

Pct. 63: Montgomery ISD District Office
13159 Walden Road, Montgomery

Pct. 64: Whispering Pines Baptist Church
15200 FM 1485, Conroe

Pct. 72: Bentwater Yacht Club
200 Bentwater Harbor Drive, Montgomery

Pct. 73: Dean Towery Service Center
401 Sgt. Ed Holcomb Blvd. S., Conroe

Pct. 77: April Sound Church
67 1/2 April Wind Drive S., Montgomery

Pct. 85: Northridge Baptist Church
10681 FM 1484, Conroe

Pct. 86: Living Branch Church
13229 Hwy. 105 W., Conroe

Pct. 90: Woodforest Homefinder Lodge
101 Elk Trace Parkway, Montgomery

Pct. 96: Irons Junior High School
16780 Needham Road, Conroe
By Kelly Schafler

Editor, Lake Houston | Humble | Kingwood

Kelly Schafler is the editor for the Lake Houston, Humble and Kingwood edition of Community Impact Newspaper, covering public education, city government, development, businesses, local events and all things community-related. Before she became editor, she was the reporter for the Conroe and Montgomery edition for a year and a half.


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