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Lake Conroe reopens July 9 8am after Hurricane Beryl

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UPDATE 7/9 7:45am: The San Jacinto River Authority (SJRA) and Montgomery County Constable Precinct 1 announce that Lake Conroe will reopen to normal lake traffic and activities at 8:00am on July 9, 2024

The level of Lake Conroe is currently 201.16 feet above mean sea level (msl). The current outflow rate from Lake Conroe is 529 cubic feet per second (cfs). SJRA and Montgomery County Constable Precinct 1 will continue to monitor lake conditions.

For additional information and real-time lake information, visit SJRA’s website at

ORIGINAL 7/7 2:32pm: The San Jacinto River Authority (SJRA) and Montgomery County Constable Precinct 1 announce that Lake Conroe will be temporarily closed at 2:00pm for the safety of boaters and first responders due to Hurricane Beryl. SJRA has activated 24-hour protocols and will remain activated throughout the weather event.

Lake Conroe

The current level of Lake Conroe is 200.23 feet mean sea level (msl) with no outflows. Water outflows occur when the lake level exceeds 201 feet above msl. Monitor real-time information on Lake Conroe at

We will continue to monitor the forecast. We are in coordination with the City of Houston, Montgomery County Office of Homeland Security and Emergency Management, and the National Weather Service.

Lake Houston

Lake Houston levels may be monitored by visiting the Coastal Water Authority’s website at


Follow official sources

To stay prepared during storm events, make sure to follow National Weather Service Houston, your local Office of Emergency Management, and your local weather stations.

One of the major river authorities in Texas, SJRA’s mission is to develop, conserve, and protect the water resources of the San Jacinto River basin. Covering all or part of seven counties, the organization’s jurisdiction includes the entire San Jacinto River watershed, excluding Harris County. SJRA does not levy taxes, nor does it receive funding from the Texas Legislature. For additional information on SJRA visit our website at, like SJRA on Facebook @SanJacintoRiverAuthority, follow us on Twitter @SJRA_1937, find us on Instagram @sanjacintoriverauthoritysjra, or connect with us on LinkedIn @San Jacinto River Authority.

Source: San Jacinto River Authority