Amid flash flooding in Montgomery County and parts of Harris County, school districts across the north Houston area have canceled after-school activities and announced closures for May 3.

This list was last updated at 8:48 p.m. on May 2.

In a nutshell

Districts that will be closed May 3 include:Districts that have canceled May 2 after-school or after-care activities include:Lone Star College announced the following campuses will be closed on May 3:
  • LSC-Atascocita Center
  • LSC-Conroe Center
  • LSC-Creekside Center
  • LSC-East Aldine Center
  • LSC-Health Science Center
  • Kingwood Main Campus
  • LSC-Montgomery Main Campus
  • LSC-Process Technology Center
  • LSC-System Office The Woodlands
  • LSC-Tomball Main Campus
  • LSC-University Center The Woodlands
Sam Houston State University announced its Huntsville campus and The Woodlands Center will be closed May 3. The Conroe-area College of Osteopathic Medicine will be open May 3.

What else?

Several shelters have opened in Montgomery County, with cities such as Conroe and Shenandoah closing their offices at noon May 2.

Montgomery County officials are recommending residents downstream of the west fork of the San Jacinto River begin evacuating to higher ground as releases from the Lake Conroe Dam reach 71,835 cubic feet per second. According to the Harris County Flood Control District, the last record for a dam release was set in 2017 following Hurricane Harvey, during which dam water release peaked at 79,100 cfs and lake levels reached 206.2 feet.