James Noack brings his experience in private industry to Montgomery County. By ushering in transparency and fiscal responsibility, he believes that we can transform county government. By focusing attention on core responsibilities, our governing body can better solve the challenges that lie ahead while taking full advantage of the opportunities created by wise, disciplined stewardship. By working with municipalities and local leaders, we can responsibly address the issues that we face such as congestion, infrastructure, and the management of the growth of our county.
James grew up in the Spring area, graduated from Texas A&M University with a B.B.A. in 1994, and has worked in various roles in the financial industry for the past 17 years.
James and his wife of 18 years are raising their sons in The Woodlands.
Commissioner Noack plans to actively engage the constituents of Precinct 3 through his Commissionerís Advisory Council, high visibility in the community, and open door policy. Please contact our office for information on how you can get involved.
Through the years, Montgomery County has spent many man hours and equipment operating hours on a weekly basis cleaning up trash along county roadside ditches and other properties. Today, through Precinct 3’s aggressive and innovative recycling program, tons of recyclable materials are diverted from local landfills and off of local roadsides, benefiting the environment and saving taxpayer dollars. Click on the recycling link for more information.
Montgomery County Precinct 3
Commissioner James Noack
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he forests along Spring Creek look nearly the same as they looked over 200 years ago when Akokisa Indians roamed the land, hunting and gathering their food as they traveled this gorgeous spring-fed waterway.
Preserving our urban forests improves every aspect of Houstonians quality of life. The Spring Creek watershed currently contains tens of thousands of acres of bottomland hardwood forest, providing home to wildlife, creating recreation opportunities, reducing flooding, and improving air quality.
, click on the Spring Creek Greenway link for more information.
Montgomery County Northstar
Montgomery County Northstar was developed by in Feb. 2004. Utilizing the latest in transportation technology Northstar manages the operation of all county owned traffic signals.
Northstar relocated to the Alan B. Sadler Commissioner's Court Building , 501 N Thompson Ste 104 in downtown Conroe, August 1, 2010 . At the traffic management center technicians are responsibe for the operation of every traffic signal Montgomery County operates and for monitoring over 300 cameras. The ability to remotely monitor traffic congestion on the roadways allows technicians to make adjustments to the traffic signal timing when necessary and notify Montgomery County's Motorist Assistance Units for stranded motorist. Click on the Northstar link for more information.