Mayor & City Council
300 W. Davis
Conroe, Texas 77301

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Monday-Thursday 7:30am-5:30 pm
Friday 8am-5pm

Mayor & Council
Phone: 936.522.3010

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Phone: 936.522.3010

Hispanic Liaison

Phone: 936.522.3013

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The council members adopt the laws and policies for the city. They also review and act on the annual budget that the mayor submits to them.

Members of the city council can be reached at: P.O. Box 3066, Conroe, TX 77305; by phone at 936) 522-3010 or by fax at 936) 522-3009.

Councilman Duane M. Ham [Place 1 - Term expires 5/2020]

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Councilman Seth M. Gibson [Place 2 - Term expires 5/2020]

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Seth's areas of main concern as a Councilman are:

 

 

 

 

Mayor Pro Tem Duke Coon [Place 3 - Term expires 5/2018]

Coon-2014-SmDuke Coon was elected to the Council Place 3 Position on May 10, 2014.

More information coming soon.

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Councilman Guy Martin [Place 4 - Term expires 5/2018]

Guy Martin was elected to the Conroe City Council on May 8, 2010. Guy was born and raised in Conroe and graduated from Conroe High School in 1970. He then went to the University of Texas on a football scholarship and later earned a Bachelor of Science from Texas and a Juris Doctor from St. Mary's College of Law. He passed the Texas bar exam and continues as a licensed attorney in the state of Texas. Guy was also a Series 7 broker and financial advisor registered with the NASD (National Association of Securities Dealers). He is an experienced and certified mediator, real estate developer and financial market consultant.

Guy has been Mayor Pro Tem for 4 years and chairs the Legislative Committee that works with state elected officials on matters of importance to Conroe and Montgomery County. He is also a director of the CIDC (Conroe Industrial Development Corporation), which specializes in economic development and quality job growth. Through Councilman Martin's initiative, Conroe's commercial and residential development tree ordinance is reasonable but also one of the toughest in the state.

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His priorities remain:

  • Public Safety
  • Infrastructure
  • Economic Development (job growth and sales tax)
  • Water (supply & conservation)

Councilman Gil Snider [Place 5 - Term expires 5/2018]

Gil Snider was elected to the Conroe City Council in May 2010. A resident of Conroe for 26 years, Gil lives in Rivershire with his wife Elaine. They have been married for 44 years. Their son Derrick graduated from Conroe High School in 1997 and from The University of Texas in 2001. With 37 years' experience, Gil retired from coaching and classroom teaching for Conroe ISD in May of 2007 and is a member of the Montgomery County Retired School Personnel. He coached football, track, and cross country at Washington Junior High, Conroe High School, Moorhead Junior High, and Caney Creek High School. For 26 years he has been a member of First United Methodist Church-Conroe, where he sings in the choir, serves as lead usher, and chairs the Board of Trustees. He proudly served his country in the U.S. Marine Corps. Gil graduated with a bachelor's degree from Stephen F. Austin University and with a master's degree from Sam Houston State University.

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As a Conroe City Council Member Gil wants to:
  • Responsibly spend taxpayers' money to improve all of Conroe
  • Develop a plan which supports an adequate water supply for all Conroe residents
  • Support our city police, firefighters, and employees
  • Strive for fiscally responsible ways to make Conroe greener