Waterstone is one of the newest gated communities with lots backing up and bulk headed on Lake Conroe in Montgomery, Texas. No MUD with the convenience of City of Montgomery Utilities, City and Water. Waterstone has a 7.8 Acre park with Tennis Courts, Jogging Trails and a beautiful Pavilion. Downtown Montgomery Texas is just minutes away with FM 2854 and Hwy. 105 in close proximity.
PLANTING A TREE? DIGGING A HOLE? “BE SAFE AND CALL 811”
NEW HOME OR JUST MOVED IN AND YOU ARE READY to tackle all the yard projects. Planting trees, putting up a fence, adding a sprinkler, please WAIT for your safety.
Be safe by using this free service, the National Dig-Safety Hot Line. The hotline will contact all your local utility companies to mark pipelines, wires, cables etc. This is a FREE SERVICE and can save you repair bills. In some states calling 811 is a law, so it could also help you avoid fines.
Don’t sink your shovel into something dangerous, call 811 and be safe.
Where is Cape Conroe? Cape Conroe is located on 105 West on Lake Conroe, just before the Walmart and Walden Road in Montgomery, Texas 77356. The POA is doing a great job with the deed restrictions. You will notice on their site http://www.capeconroepoa.com they show that bbq pits and trash cans are not to be visible from the road. Cape Conroe, on Lake Conroe has activities to keep the community involved such as an Annual BBQ and Cookies with Santa. visit: FREE HOME SEARCH: http://www.har.com/debranowaski Or read my blog: Blog: http://blogs.har.com/debranowaski
If you are looking to purchase a lot in Cape Conroe on Lake Conroe please know at this time there are 10 Lots on the MLS for sale as of November 12, 2013. Looking forward to helping you in the purchase of your lot in Montgomery County, Montgomery, Texas. Call Debra Nowaski 936-444-6329
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LAKE WINDCREST COMMUNITY CONTACTS
Chaparral Management Company (CMC)
(281) 537-0957 ext 28
(281) 537-0312 (fax)
Canongate at Lake Windcrest (281) 259-2279 Sam Chapman
Cable: Comcast (800) 776-9993
Electricity: Reliant Energy (866) 222-7100
Gas: Universal Natural Gas (281) 252-6700
Phone: ATT (800) 288-2020
Recycling: Magnolia Recycling (832) 934-2193
Recycling: Montgomery Cty Citizen Collection Station (281) 367-7283
Waste Management: Republic Waste (281) 446-2030
Waste Management: Caron Services (281) 356-7026
Waste Management: Five J.A.B. Enviromental (281) 766-1914
Water: Quadvest (281) 351-4380 / Emergency (713) 787-1851
City of Magnolia
City Hall (281) 356-2266
Justice of the Peace (281) 356-4470 Carolyn Cox (281) 356-4470
Police Department (281) 356-2500
Constable David Hill: (281) 259-6493
Post Office (281) 259-0744
Volunteer Fire Department (281) 356-3288
Poison Control (800) 764-7661
24 Hour County Hotline (800) 659-6994
Sheriff’s Department (281)…
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HISTORY OF LAKE CONROE
Lake Conroe is on the west fork of the San Jacinto River. It was built as a joint project of the City of Houston, the Texas Water Development Board, and the San Jacinto River Authority in 1973 as an alternate water source for the City of Houston.
The lake has over 22,000 acres of surface water, is 26 miles long and 6 miles wide at the widest point. The average depth of the lake is 20 feet deep; the deepest spot is 70 feet in the river channel. There are 157 miles of shoreline along Lake Conroe.
The lake is bordered on the north by Sam Houston National Forest, which provides an abundance of wildlife such as deer, several species of birds, even alligators. The lake has some of the best fishing around with species such as blue, channel and flathead catfish; striped, white and large-mouth bass; crappie and smallmouth buffalo.
For more information on the lake, please contact the San Jacinto River Authority at