“I consider it an honor to represent the people in the Precinct 2 community.  Prior to being the Operations Manager for Precinct 2 for 13 years before to being elected Commissioner in 2014 gave me the insight to managing the needs of the community.  Discussing current and future goals with local neighborhood associations, combined with active listening and working together, I continue to endeavor to make Montgomery County Precinct 2 an even more desirable place to live, work and play.  My obligation and goal is to serve the past, present and the future.”

– Commissioner Charlie Riley

2023 Oath of Office Commissioner Charlie Riley

COMING SOON!!

2022 Montgomery County Veterans Memorial Park

“We owe our military a tremendous debt of gratitude. Their service to our country has been meaningful and overwhelming. To the children, spouses and families who have carried the weight of worry and lost time when their soldier is away, we lift you up as well.

The memorial is an opportunity to offer everyone the chance to reflect on its meaning. The dedicated soldiers who are committed or have served to protect our way of life in the United States make us all proud.” Commissioner Charlie Riley

The final portion of SH 249 is NOW OPEN to Hwy 105 in Grimes County.
The green line represents the newly opened section which is free of tolls.

Navigational maps currently do not show the the newly opened section of SH 249.

The new opened section narrows down to a 2 lane road. One lane in each direction.

For the Texas Renaissance Festival guests, travel time from

Hwy 105 to FM 1774 north – estimated drive time – 9 MINUTES off peak.

From the Harris/Montgomery County line to the end of SH 249, where it connects to Hwy 105,

estimated drive time – 24 MINUTES off peak.

Precinct 2 received a generous donation of land, 391 acres. The property will be developed into a sports park that will also house a community and nature center.

2022

Montgomery County received a donation of 391 acres from the Johnson Development Co. Precinct 2 Commissioner Charlie Riley plans to enhance the land into a sports park with a nature center and community center. 

The park will maintain most of its natural features while the improvements will provide an outlet for the area. 

“We are going to make it a top notch destination for folks in Precinct 2,” Riley said. “It’s been a challenge to get all this done but it will be well worth it and a real asset for Montgomery County.”  “We have been working on this and we finally got it all hammered out and the paperwork is ready to sign,” Riley said. 

Working on the realization of the donation, came to fruition by way of the generosity of Virgil Yoakum, vice president and general manager for Johnson Development. 

“I look forward to future generations enjoying all the amenities that are in the plans to be built,” Yoakum said. “We’ve seen the concept plans and we believe that everyone in our region will benefit. There is a need for these amenities and facilities.”

The location of the park will be off of Fish Creek Thoroughfare near the Woodforest community.