If your home or business is located within the City of Conroe limits and has sustained flood damage as a result of the recent rain, please contact the Office of Emergency Management at (936)522-3600 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please include your name, address, phone number and a description of your damage.
Storm Debris Removal:
The Public Works Department will pick up storm debris from flooded homes from the approved list given by Community Development. If your home has been flooded you must report it to Community Development at 936-522-3600 in order for it to be authorized for pick up.
Originally initiated in the fall of 2012 as part of the Greater Conroe Economic Development office, the Transportation department was structured and reorganized in 2014 as a subsidiary of the Engineering department. Conroe Connection launched service in 2015; look for a service route expansion soon!
Conroe Connection is a service of the City of Conroe. The City of Conroe Transit Department was formed in 2013 to meet the transit and mobility needs of all Conroe residents. We manage the bus services and work on other projects to improve mobility within Conroe. The City of Conroe will launch its first project, Conroe Connection, in January 2015 to connect people with jobs, services, and shopping along Frazier Street at Loop 336 and in the Dugan area. Conroe Connection is supported with funds from the Federal Transit Administration, the Texas Department of Transportation and the City’s General Fund.
Click here to view the Detailed Route Map and Schedule Brochure for Passengers - The Conroe Connection bus service will have one hour headways meaning a bus will be at each bus stop hourly.