Community Notices

  • Montgomery County Storm Debris Pickup ends Oct. 16th

    Just under a week remains for county-operated and managed debris removal. After October 16, 2017, it will be the responsibility of the homeowner to dispose of debris caused by Hurricane Harvey. If you still have debris, please place it in the county right-of-way so that it may be picked up. The county right-of-way is between the road and ditch, or within 10 feet from the edge of the road. All storm debris must be within 12 feet of the right-of-way to be picked up. Crews will not go onto private property to collect debris.

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Fall Flea Market - October 28

The date for The Woodlands Fall Flea market has been set for October 28th, 2017 in the Woodlands Pavillion Parking Garage, next to Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavillion near the corner of Six Pines Drive and Lake Robbins Drive.  Buyers will be allowed in from 7:00AM to 10:30AM.  Sellers will be able to enter the garage to set-up starting at approximately 5:00AM.
Vendor space fees are $50 per booth space.  Trailers will require 2 booth spaces, for a total fee of $100. Vendor tickets will go on sale starting October 7, 2017 from 12:00PM to 4:00PM outside of Randalls Supermarket in the Panther Creek Village Center.  Remaining vendor tickets will then be available Monday through Friday during normal business hours at The Woodlands Township building, 2801 Technology Drive.
For more information call the flea market hotline at 281-210-3976 or The Woodlands Township at 281-210-3800. 

Water Wise Challenge

The Water-Wise Village Challenge is coming!

Help Panther Creek Village win the challenge.

You play an important part in conserving our community’s water. Access to that precious commodity is becoming more constrained as our population grows. Help reduce the need to drill more wells and avoid further strain on existing water sources by conserving.

This fall, one of the easiest ways to reduce water use is to turn automated irrigation systems OFF - from October 15 through April 15 – as part of the Water-Wise Village Challenge. Besides saving water, when not irrigated during cooler months, turf grass goes dormant on top and the root system grows deeper and stronger. It will emerge healthier in the spring, and you’ll have reduced the need to apply chemicals!
By pledging to turn off your irrigation system, or not watering your lawn from Oct 15 through April 15, you will also help our Village Association win the Challenge. Community sponsors donate scholarship funds to the three villages with the most pledges.
Save water and earn points for our village by taking the pledge online or in person, beginning August 15, 2017. You can pledge until April 15, 2018, but additional points are awarded for early pledges.  For every household take takes the pledge before October 31, we get 3 points.  Pedge between November 1 and December 31st and we get 2 points.  Pledge between January 1 amd April 15 and we get 1 point.
You do not need to have an automated sprinkler system to take the pledge.  Simply pledge to not water your lawn during the challenge duration.
For full details, visit The Woodlands Township Environmental Services Department website:, and Click on Water-Wise Village Challenge or call 281-210-3800 if you have questions.  To register your Pledge, click here .

Panther Creek Village Association Bylaw Change

The Panther Creek Village Association is updating their bylaws to make changes in how the executive officers are elected, as well as increasing the size of the board. Historically, executive officers and area representatives were elected by the residents of Panther Creek in a general election for two year terms. The President and Treasurer were elected in odd numbered years along with 6 area representatives, and the Vice President and Secretary were elected in even number years along with the other 6 area representatives, for a total board size of 16 individuals.
In the future, residents will elect 9 area representative for 2-year terms by general election in even number years, and 9 area representatives in the odd number years for total board size of 18 individuals. These elected individuals will then select the officers from within their ranks, similar to how the township board and numerous other local entities operate.
  • Village Newsletter Now Online

    pastarchivesThe Panther Creek Village Association newsletter is now in operation.  Please register by clicking here to receive periodic updates about local activities and issues of concern to residents of the Panther Creek Village Association. You will receive a confirmation e-mail to which you must reply to complete the process.  All information you supply will be protected per the terms of our stated privacy policy.