“I consider it an honor to represent the people in the Precinct 2 community.  13 years before taking the oath to serve as your Commissioner in 2014, I was the Operations Manager for Precinct 2, managing the supervisors and their crews as they completed their work assignments for all daily and emergency needs that arose.  This provided me insight for administering the operation and budgeting needs of the office as a whole for the community. Discussing current and future goals with local neighborhood associations, combined with active listening and working together, I will 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

All Water/Sewer Service and Electrical concerns occurring with new development in Magnolia should be directed to the City of Magnolia.

Montgomery County Precinct 2 Commissioner Charlie Riley’s office manages roads, bridges and drainage. The commissioner’s office is not the responsible party for the utility concerns involving water/sewage service and electrical transformers.

Contact the City of Magnolia 281-356-2266.

9/18/23 The ban on residential burning of limbs and leaves in unincorporated parts of Montgomery County has been lifted. All other burning must follow applicable state law.


• Small limbs and leaves I gather on my residential property – YES *

* Local restrictions may apply, it is your responsibility to check

• Garbage, trash or man-made materials – NO

In Montgomery County, burning of trash or rubbish is prohibited by state law in or near subdivisions or on less than 5 acres. Tx Local Govt Code 352.082


LAND CLEARING: State Law prohibits the burning of land clearing debris on the surface of the ground in most of the Houston area, including Montgomery County, due to air quality.

Land clearing debris may be disposed of by hauling to a green waste recycling facility, by chipping or mulching, or by burning in a properly constructed pit with an Air Curtain Incinerator permitted through and operated in accordance with regulations set forth by the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality.

You can expect some fresh excitement happening soon at the Magnolia Youth Sports Complex and the Magnolia Horse Arena.

It is sure to provide lots of interactive fun for the community.

The north section of Nichols Sawmill Rd, from Commerce St. to Old Hockley Rd,

has been widened.

This 3 lane road starts from Grand Pines near the county line heading north all of the way to Commerce St. in Magnolia near FM 1774.