Montgomery County commissioners are set to have three back-to-back meetings on Sept. 26 to discuss topics including a land swap agreement in The Woodlands, funding for additional law enforcement programs and a workshop to update the county's development regulations.

What to expect

Following several months of legal review, Commissioners Court is set to make a decision regarding a proposed "land swap" with development company Howard Hughes. The agreement would grant the county ownership of the Grogan's Mill Village Center in The Woodlands in exchange for the South County Community Center and South Regional Library. The plan, as outlined by Precinct 3 Commissioner James Noack in his initial proposal, would allow a new library and community center to be built.

The court will also discuss the budget for the county's active shooter training facility, which received $23.7 million in funding from the Texas Legislature in 2023.

Also on the agenda

The Montgomery County Toll Road Authority will discuss approving right-of-way extensions for the Hwy. 249 and Decker Prairie Road construction projects as well as to approve a contract for legal services. A workshop will then be held for commissioners to discuss the county's development regulation, and address potential updates and issues within.

The regular session of Montgomery County Commissioners Court will start at 9:30 a.m. at 501 North Thompson St., Ste. 402, Conroe, followed by a meeting of the Montgomery County Toll Road Authority and a workshop to discuss countywide development regulations. All three meetings will be live streamed on the county website.