Community Announcements

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  • The Woodlands Township is conducting a survey to gather community input for the Parks and Recreation Department. Survey questions include specifics related to sports fields, competitive swimming, parks, pools, trails and amenities.  The goal of the survey is to understand the needs and wants of the community and prioritize them for possible implementation.

    I would be very appreciative if you could send this out to your Village Associations membership, email list and social media channels. Having community input is critical to the success of this process!!

    The public input survey is available online until February 28, 2019, at

  • Scholarship Application Deadline

    Remember ISVA scholarship applications must be postmarked or delivered to your High School counselor before March 18, 2019.  Winners will be announced on April 1, 2019 and invited to attend the ISVA board meeting on April 10,2019 at 7pm.

    Application Download:

    2019 ISVA Voluntary Service Scholarship Application.docx

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    ISVA Board meets
    2nd Tuesday of each month at 7pm
    in the Town Hall building.
    Public encouraged to attend!
  • *** 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. Immediately report any suspicious activity to local law enforcement. Call 9-1-1 in an emergency. For suspicious activity, call 936-442-7797 936-442-7797 for the Montgomery County Sheriff's Office or 281-376-3472 for the Harris County Constable's Office, Precinct 4 (for the Village of Creekside Park)


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About ISVA

429258 380623335296745 1550574672 nThe 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!

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Holiday Lighting Winners

Indian Springs Village Association 2018 Holiday Lighting Winners

This year’s judges focused on homes and areas that have not had the opportunity to win in prior years and had displayed a significant amount of effort and commitment that was involved in this year’s displays. 

This year’s Best House is 14 Golden Place, in Idlewood.  This home which is owned and decorated by Dan and Lori Parr, has over 60 separate Christmas trees on display in what Dan described as “Santa’s Christmas tree forest”. Dan and Lori said their display required over 50 hours to assemble and several storage units. 

Dan & Lori Parr


This year’s Best Neighborhood was given to the cul-de-sac on Lansend.  This was a new display which involved choregraphing the lights at three houses and the cul-de-sac.  Joe & Kimberly White, who live at 34 Lansend, started developing the lighting plans in August, with his neighbors Brian Ivey and Rob Haberkamp. 

Joe White


Earth Day Green Up

Earth Day Green Up

Interested in keeping Indian Springs the best looking neighborhood this side of the Mississippi? Then, grab your friends, family and neighbors and join us at the 9th Annual Earth Day Green Up. This community-wide litter cleanup event will be held at numerous locations throughout The Woodlands on March 23, 2019. Indian Springs volunteers (both pre-registered and walk-ups) can check in at Falconwing Park (5610 Rush Haven Drive) between 8am and 10am to receive a map highlighting targeted cleanup areas. Gloves, trash bags and friendship are provided.  When the trash is bagged, join everyone from 11am to 1:30pm at Northshore Park for food, fun and live-music. Pre-register at or by calling 281-210-3800.

Village Challenges

Successful Village Challenge

The Indian Springs Village Association (ISVA) would like to thank everyone that participated in the Hands Only CPR Village Challenge.  Not only did we learn how to potentially save a life but our village received second place and $700 to be added to our scholarship fund.

We invite all of our neighbors to participate in the next Village Challenge that runs from February 1, 2019 through October 15, 2019. This year’s challenge is focused on cutting down on distracted driving. To enter, residents will need to download the “Safe2Save” app on their smartphones. Once registered, Indian Springs residents will join the “Indian Springs Village Group” competition by using the invitation code “indian”.  If the app is open, it will give one point while driving over 10mph without touching your phone. Additional details are posted on the Indian Spring Village website at

Stay Informed

township logoResidents can get updates by phone or e-mail through the Woodlands Communication Center, a system service offered by the Township that allows Woodlands residents to receive updates about everything from community safety to parks and recreation programs. It only takes a minute or two to sign up to stay informed on the individual topics that interest you. Click on the photo to for more information.

Service Request

  • Need 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 photo 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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