The Indian Springs Village Association (ISVA) is pleased to welcome you to our website.  We have designed the website to be user-friendly and to provide information useful to the residents and businesses of Indian Springs and to others who may be interested.  Feel free to browse our site and its links, but if you still have questions or comments, please contact us!  We also maintain a Facebook page and invite you to "like" or "friend" us on Facebook!  Hope to see you at an upcoming event or around the village!


    *** WOODLANDS ALERT *** Montgomery County Sheriff's Office District 6 Captain Andrew Eason reminds residents that The Woodlands Township does not send anyone door to door to inspect residential alarm systems.  Residents should not open their doors to strangers or let solicitors into their homes.  Report any suspicious activity to local law enforcement when it happens.
    Call 9-1-1 in an emergency.  For suspicious activity, call: 
    936-442-7797 - Montgomery County Sheriff's Office 281-376-3472  - Harris County Constable's Office, Precinct 4 (for the Village of Creekside Park) 


    ISVA Board meets
    2nd Tuesday of each month at 7pm
    in the Town Hall building.
    Public encouraged to attend!
  •  4th of July 2015

    Indian Springs Wins Again, after one year sabbatical
    Richard Stromatt and his team got
     the Best of the Community Award and the Youth Award
    thanks to all involved:  Mike Saucier provided the initial design for the float banner and construction of the performance-platforms. Kelly Sharer provided the music and the iPhone interface. Kelly’s children performed at the front of the float by carrying the Indian Springs Assoc. banner and they powered their robots in continuous demonstrations on the rear FLL competitive mat. Boy Scouts operated the sound system and assisted the elementary school  robotic display when a robot needed to be repositioned. The Scouts and their fathers  contributed a lot of muscle and hours to the assembly of the float. Students from College Park Campus and their Mentor/Coach  Scott Rippetoe; Students from Mitchel Intermediate; Students from Tough Elementary and their Mentor/Coach  Denette Gibson and others who worked on putting together the foat.

Community Transportation

A powerpoint presentation regading current community transportation issues and direction is available for download and viewing by clicking on this link Transportation Update.

About ISVA

The primary purpose of The Village of Indian Springs Association (ISVA) is to promote the health, safety, common good and welfare of the residents of ISVA and to aid, benefit and promote plans and recommendations relating to the physical, social or cultural development of ISVA.

Woodlands Alert System



Residents can get now get updates by phone or e-mail with the WoodlandsAlert System a service offered by the Township that allows Woodlands residents to receive updates about everything from community safety to parks and recreation programs.

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Service Request

characterNeed service in regards to street lights, roads, parks. etc?  

Have a question about the deed restrictions and coveneats? 

Or do you have a concern you want to voice? 

Click on the link below to file a service request with the Township.  Someone from the township will then be back in touch with you shortly.


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