Community Notices

  • CRITICAL INFORMATION REGARDING RISING WATER IN THE WOODLANDS
    From The Woodlands Fire Department
    Update as of 1700 (5 pm) CST, Sunday, August 27, 2017

    Additional information regarding Montgomery County OEM’s latest message.  Spring Creek levels are currently projected to crest 4 feet higher than the 2016 Memorial Day Floods.  If you were affected by flood waters during the 2016 floods and reside near Spring Creek, you are urged to leave if you can safely do so.  Residents who live in Grogan’s Point, Timarron (including residences south of Spring Creek and west of Kuykendahl), Tallowberry, Carlton Woods Creekside, residences near Spring Creek on the south side of Flintridge, and Gatewood Reserve may experience flooding conditions.
  • DRINKING WATER SAFE in The Woodlands, despite rumors
    Update as of 1700 (6:30 pm) CST, Sunday, August 27, 2017
    Despite numerous rumors throughout social media, the two major municipal water districts serving residents in The Woodlands report water is safe to drink.
     
    The Woodlands Joint Powers Association (WJPA) reports early Sunday evening that rumors regarding drinking water being shut down is totally untrue. At this time Sunday afternoon, drinking water for residents of The Woodlands is totally safe. Here is contact information: 855-H2o-SAVE (855-426-7283)
  • Content Disclaimer

    We occasionally include links to content available on other websites. The inclusion of such links represents neither endorsement, agreement, nor disagreement by PCVA regading any and all information provided at the link desitnations. Such links are provided merely as an access convenience to public facing information that may be of interest to our viewers.  Information provided at such desitnations soley represents the opinions of their respective authors and do not represent the opinions of PCVA.  

Welcome to the official website for The Panther Creek Village Association (PCVA), managed and operated by PCVA in The Woodlands, Texas. This website serves as a mechanism for the elected members of the association's board to communicate with the residents of Panther Creek village regarding matters of common community interest, and provides a gateway to various web sites and sources of information of potential interets to the residents of Panther Creek Village.

New Woodlands 311 App

The Woodlands Township has launched a new Free mobile application that allows residents to take a picture, submit, track, and view service requests on their smartphone.
For more information, see Woodlands 311

Notice to title and mortgage companies - HOA Information and fees.

We often receive requests for HOA information and fees.  Panther Creek Village Association (PCVA) is NOT an HOA and does not collect any fees from residents.  PCVA is a volunteer based 501(c)4 civic organization.  The primary Woodlands HOAs were disolved and merged into The Woodlands Township, a special district, and the HOA fees were replaced by a property tax.  Individual properties may still be part of private neighborhood HOAs, but PCVA has no records or knowlegde of these individual HOAs.
  • 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.