Where can I go to vote in South Montgomery County and The Woodlands?

Registered voters in Harris and Montgomery counties can cast their ballots at any polling location during early voting. Election Day polling locations are organized by precinct. A complete list of polling locations can be found at www.mctx.org/election and www.harrisvotes.com.


Montgomery County early voting locations


South County Community Building 2235 Lake Robbins Drive, The Woodlands


George and Cynthia Woods Mitchell Library 8125 Ashlane Way, The Woodlands







Montgomery County election day locations


Pct. 3 : The Woodlands High School 9th Grade Campus 10010 Branch Crossing Drive, The Woodlands


Pct. 4: Copperwood Apartments 4407 S. Panther Creek Drive, The Woodlands


Pct. 6: Deretchin Elementary School 11000 Merit Oaks Drive, The Woodlands


Pct. 24: Oak Ridge High School 27330 Oak Ridge School Road, Oak Ridge North


Pct. 31: Shenandoah Municipal Building 29955 I-45 N., Shenandoah


Pct. 32: Wilkerson Elementary School 12312 Sawmill Road, The Woodlands


Pct. 33: South County Community Building 2235 Lake Robbins Drive, The Woodlands


Pct. 35: Oak Ridge North Municipal Building 27424 Robinson Road, Oak Ridge North


Pct. 45: Timber Lakes Timber Ridge Fire Station 3434 Royal Oaks Drive, Spring


Pct. 46: Broadway Elementary School 2855 Spring Trails Bend, Spring


Pct. 47: South Montgomery Fire Station No. 4 28830 Birnham Woods Drive, Spring


Pct. 48: Ride Elementary School 4920 W. Panther Creek Drive, The Woodlands


Pct. 49: David Elementary School 5301 Shawdowbend Place, The Woodlands


Pct. 56: The Woodlands Emergency Training Center 16135 I-45 S., The Woodlands


Pct. 58: Lone Star College-Montgomery 5000 Research Forest Drive, The Woodlands


Pct. 59: Powell Elementary School 7332 Cochrans Crossing Drive, The Woodlands


Pct. 61: George and Cynthia Woods Mitchell Library 8125 Ashlane Way, The Woodlands


Pct. 62: Collins Intermediate School 6020 Shawdowbend Place, The Woodlands


Pct. 67: Lamar Elementary School 1300 Many Pines Road, The Woodlands


Pct. 69: Barbara Bush Elementary School 7420 Crownridge Drive, The Woodlands


Pct. 70: The Woodlands Recreation Center 5310 Research Forest Drive, The Woodlands


Pct. 71: Buckalew Elementary School 4909 W. Alden Bridge Drive, The Woodlands


Pct. 75: Windsor Hills Homeowners Association Club House 1 E. Windsor Hills Circle, The Woodlands


Pct. 78: Galatas Elementary School 9001 Cochrans Crossing Drive, The Woodlands


Pct. 79: Glen Loch Elementary School 27505 Glen Loch Drive, The Woodlands


Pct. 80: Imperial Oaks Center 3120 Imperial Oaks Blvd., Spring


Pct. 81: Mitchell Intermediate School 6800 Alden Bridge Drive, The Woodlands


Pct. 84: South Montgomery Fire Station No. 1 335 Volunteer Lane, Spring


Pct. 88: York Junior High School  3515 Waterbend Cove, Spring


Pct. 92: Kaufman Elementary School  2760 Northridge Forest, Spring


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







Harris County early voting locations


Lone Star College-Creekside Center 8747 W. New Harmony Trail, Tomball





Harris County election day locations


Pct. 552: Northhampton MUD Community Center 6012 Root Road, Spring


Pct. 690: Londonderry Clubhouse 8331 London Way Drive, Spring






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