Several lane closures are scheduled Oct. 7 for the Memorial Hermann 10 for Texas 10-mile road race, 3.1 Armadillo Run 5K and One 4 Texas Kids’ Fun Run.

The details

Nearly 1,100 registered participants will take part in the race, which ends at Northshore Park.

The Montgomery County Sheriff's Office will oversee closing and reopening lanes on streets during the race, and officers will be stationed at intersections, according to a township news release.

According to the release, the inside lanes of the following streets will be closed from 6-10:30 a.m.:
  • Lake Woodlands Drive westbound from Lakeside Boulevard to Golden Sage Drive
  • Lake Woodlands Drive eastbound from Golden Sage Drive to Windward Cove
In addition, these areas will be closed from 6-10:30 a.m.:
  • Lake Woodlands eastbound from East Panther Creek to Lake Front Circle; residents of Windward Cove will be permitted neighborhood access; all other traffic will be detoured to Woodlands Parkway.
  • Lake Woodlands Bridge eastbound lanes from Lakeside Boulevard to Lake Front Circle

What they're saying

“The 10-mile race is a USA-certified and sanctioned course,” said Ann K. Snyder, chair of The Woodlands Township board of directors. “This designation gives the opportunity for dedicated runners to challenge themselves, while the Armadillo Run and the Kids’ Fun Run allow the entire family to participate.”

Learn more

Information about the event can be found at A dedicated traffic hotline is available at 281-210-2099 for traffic-related questions that will be answered 24 hours a day through race day, according to a township news release.