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. We are a totally volunteer organization and thrive by the generosity of those residents who provide their time and talents to their community. We would love to have you join us at one or more of the upcoming events and follow us on Facebook!
The geographic boundaries of ISVA may be loosely described as Woodlands Parkway on the north, the residential areas off of Flintridge Drive to the south, Gosling Road to the east and the Intersection of Woodlands Parkway and Flintridge to the west. Roughly 6,300 people reside in Indian Springs. Our village hosts two of The Woodlands’ Pool Parks (Falconwing and Forestgate) offering swimming, tennis, sports fields, basketball courts, playgrounds, pavilions and picnic areas. In addition, Indian Springs residents enjoy six amenity or neighborhood parks. We have miles of shaded pathways throughout the village and are proud to have the George Mitchell Nature Preserve located off Flintridge Drive. Indian Springs holds two bustling shopping centers with multiple retail businesses along Kuykendahl Road between The Woodlands Parkway and Flintridge Drive.
The ISVA Board of Directors is elected by the residents of Indian Springs in good standing and serve two year terms. Elections occur in February and are administered by The Woodlands Township. Our meetings are held at 7:00 pm in The Woodlands Township Service Center on the second Tuesday of each month, except in July. All residents are encouraged to attend. Agendas are posted on this website and residents are invited to offer comments each month. Minutes of each meeting are also available.