Here are The Woodlands area polling locations for the Nov. 8 election

local election guide

local election guide

Voters may cast their ballot at any early voting polling location from Oct. 24 through Nov. 4. Election Day is Nov. 8. Here is the list of early area voting locations in The Woodlands area for both Harris and Montgomery County:

Lone Star College-Creekside Center

8747 West Harmony Trail, Tomball

South County Community Building

2235 Lake Robbins Drive, The Woodlands

George and Cynthia Woods Mitchell Library

8125 Ashlane Way, The Woodlands

 

A complete list of Montgomery County polling locations may be found at www.mctx.org/election/. Here are the Election Day polling locations in The Woodlands area, by precinct number:

3-The Woodlands High School 9th Grade Campus

10010 Branch Crossing Drive, The Woodlands

4-Copperwood Apartment Building

4407 South Panther Creek Drive, The Woodlands

6-Deretchin Elementary School

11000 Merit Oaks Drive, The Woodlands

24-Oak Ridge Sr. High School

27330 Oak Ridge School Road, Oak Ridge North

31-Shenandoah Municipal Complex

29955 I-45 N., Shenandoah

32-Wilkerson Intermediate School

12312 Sawmill Road, The Woodlands

33-South County Community Building

2235 Lake Robbins Drive, The Woodlands

35-Robinson Road Community Building

27434 Robinson Road, Oak Ridge North

47-South Montgomery County Fire Station No. 4

28830 Birnham Woods Drive, Spring

48-Sally K. Ride Elementary School

4920 West Panther Creek Drive, The Woodlands

49-David Elementary School

5301 Shadowbend Place, The Woodlands

56-The Woodlands Emergency Training Center

16135 I-45 S., The Woodlands

58-Lone Star College System

5000 Research Forest Drive, The Woodlands

59-Powell Elementary School

7332 Cochrans Crossing Drive, The Woodlands

61-George and Cynthia Woods Mitchell Library

8125 Ashlane Way, The Woodlands

62-Collins Intermediate School

6020 Shadowbend Place, The Woodlands

67-Lamar Elementary School

1300 Many Pines Road, The Woodlands

69-Barbara Bush Elementary School

7420 Crownridge Drive, The Woodlands

70-The Woodlands Recreation Center

5310 Research Forest Drive, The Woodlands

71-Buckalew Elementary School

4909 W. Alden Bridge Drive, The Woodlands

75-Windsor Hills Homeowners’ Association Club House

1 East Windsor Hill Circle, The Woodlands

78-Galatas Elementary School

9001 Cochrans Crossing Drive, The Woodlands

79-Glen Loch Elementary School

27505 Glen Loch Drive, The Woodlands

80-Imperial Oaks Neighborhood Center

31120 Imperial Oaks Drive, Spring

81-Mitchell Intermediate School

6800 Alden Bridge Drive, The Woodlands

87-Birnham Woods Elementary School

32250 Birnham Woods Drive, Spring


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