The City of Conroe has recently been named the “Fastest Growing City” in the United States. With this growth, the Conroe Municipal Court has worked hard to upgrade its services to the community. Judge Michael Davis, Court Administrator Christina Roley, and the entire court staff have adopted and taken to heart the court motto, “Striving To Make An Impact”.
In July of 2016, a new court and police building was dedicated. Because of the tremendous growth rate in the City of Conroe and Montgomery County, the building was built with an eye to the future. Current needs were assessed, and each office space now needed was duplicated to accommodate for future growth.
Clerk windows (with bullet resistant glass)
Trial dockets with several cases dictate the need for two jury rooms, one of which doubles as a conference room.
Judge Michael Davis and Staff
In 2017, long time Court Administrator Ronda Scarborough retired. Former Juvenile Case Manager Christina Roley has moved into the role of Court Administrator.
Both of the Warrant Officers/Bailiffs have completed the 40 hour court security program. They are shown here with the x-ray machine and scanner at the entry of the courtroom.
Conroe Court is very much involved in community outreach, with an emphasis on impacting driver safety. Booths at National Night Out and Kidz Fest reach several thousand people each year.
Judge Mike Davis partners with the Conroe P.D. Traffic Safety Division in presentations to drivers education classes.