Novel Coronavirus update in Montgomery County
From Montgomery County Public Health on Monday, March 16 at 10:30 a.m.
Montgomery County is currently holding with 4 positive cases of  #COVID -19. We have not yet received CDC confirmation on the cases.

We received updates on their conditions this morning.

Case # 1 – A man, in his 40s, who is a resident of Northwest Montgomery County. He did not travel outside of Texas. He did attend the BBQ Cookoff related to the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo on February 28th. Montgomery County Public Health District was notified on March 12th that his condition had declined, and he is still in critical condition. We can also confirm that his case is connected to a presumptive positive case of a woman in her 30s who resides in Galveston County, although she is currently located in the Austin area.

Case # 2 – A woman, in her 40s, who resides in Southeast Montgomery County. Travel to New Orleans. She is still in critical condition in a hospital in Harris County.

Case # 3 - A man, in his 40s, who resides in Northwest Montgomery County. His only travel is to the State of Florida. He is in good condition in a hospital in Montgomery County.

Case # 4 - A woman, in her 40s, who resides in Northwest Montgomery County. Her case is connected to Case # 3. She is in isolation at home and is doing well.
What to know about COVID-19
Follow the Montgomery County Public Health Facebook page for accurate information and updates on COVID-19 in Montgomery County. Facebook: MCTX Public Health

For information from the CDC on COVID-19 please visit, https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-nCoV/index.html
Montgomery County issues Declaration of Local Disaster for Public Health amid Coronavirus pandemic
At 10 a.m. on Monday, March 16, Montgomery County Judge Mark Keough signed an amended order affecting the occupancy of premises in response to the current and anticipated needs to respond to the COVID-19 crisis. See the document attached and content below.

Effective as of 5:00 p.m. on Monday, March 16, 2020 and continuing until April 12, 2020, unless terminated or modified by an order, the County Judge of Montgomery County, Texas, deems it in the public interest to issue the following order(s):

1) Any event sponsored or permitted by a political subdivision in Montgomery County shall cease.

2) Events greater than 50 persons at all publicly held facilities across Montgomery County shall cease.

3) Any event greater than 50 persons held at private facilities is urged to cancel but should make those determinations within their organizations and with staff of those facilities.

4) Events of 50 persons or more that would include any population at severe risk of severe illness should cease. The population at the greatest risk is anyone over the age at 65 and/or those with severe medical conditions as defined by CDC guidelines.

5) Nursing homes and senior living centers should limit visitation of the public within their facilities.

6) Restaurants, retail stores, private businesses, clubs or civic organizations and religious organizations to include churches, synagogues, mosques or other places of worship are urged to comply with the CDC guidelines related to 50 persons gathering in any one place or at one time. Retail stores who sell groceries or medical supplies are exempt.

This order does NOT extend to law enforcement activities, emergency responses, court operations to include jury operations where necessary, and to all school districts or private school facilities within the jurisdiction of Montgomery County.

All Montgomery County Employees must report for work as required by their supervisors.
Effective immediately and through the duration of this order, all Montgomery County employees shall cease any work-related travel.

This order shall take effect at 5:00 p.m. on March 16, 2020 and extend until April 12, 2020 until otherwise rescinded or extended.
Small Business Assistance
Attention Business owners in Montgomery County:

Business entities throughout Montgomery County who have suffered financial losses as a result of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) please fill out the form below and return to ronald.walker@tdem.texas.gov .

This is a preliminary program and there is no guarantee for any monetary assistance but state leaders are working to bring assistance to those affected.

Link to the form: Economic Injury Worksheet
CISD Closed
  • As of release of this information, CISD is set to be closed through Friday, March 20. As always, this situation is evolving by the minute and the closure may be extended. Please continue to monitor CISD on social media and via email for updates on their closures.

  • CISD will be distributing free meals to students on Tues., Mar. 17, & Thurs., Mar. 19.
In order to reduce the risk of spreading the Coronavirus in Montgomery County, the Precinct 3 office is closed to the public until further notice. The Precinct 3 team will remain working as normal but there will be no in-person meetings for the foreseeable future. Our staff will still be available by phone or email. Our crews will still be out continuing their road and bridge functions as usual.

The Precinct 3 Recycling and HHW, Spring Creek Greenway Nature Center and South County Community Center are closed until further notice in order to protect the populations at greatest risk of getting sick from this illness.
County Holidays
Montgomery County offices will be closed Friday, April 10, in observance of Good Friday.
Precinct 3
Precinct 3 Projects
Now on the Precinct 3 website, you can see the breakdown of every road bond project, including the estimated cost, engineering firm and progress. We also added information for other major projects and road improvements, such as striping.
What do we do?
How does Precinct 3 serve you? We put together a video to show you all of the services provided by Precinct 3.
James Noack
Commissioner Precinct 3
Montgomery County
1130 Pruitt Rd
Spring, Texas 77380