Commissioner Jim Clark is dedicated to his family and community service. Commissioner Clark is a life-long resident of Montgomery County and specifically Precinct 4. He was raised in the Grangerland community by his Grandparents while working in the oilfield and with his family’s cattle operation. He currently still lives in the home of his grandparents with his wife, Kelly & their dog, Mollie. Commissioner Clark has one daughter, Taylor and 3 beautiful & rambunctious Grandchildren. He has enjoyed hunting and fishing his entire life and is a staunch supporter of the NRA & the 2nd Amendment. The Commissioner strongly believes both his roots and his future are firmly tied to Montgomery County.
Commissioner Clark has a strong dedication to community service that is reflected in the projects he has led and participated in. He has and continues to support the Senior Citizens & Youth Organizations that work tirelessly to improve the quality of life for our residents. He believes in & supports our law enforcement & first responders so that they can protect and serve to the best of their abilities to ensure we all have a safe community to live in.
With Montgomery County being the 13th fastest growing county in the US and 11th largest in population in the State of Texas a focus on exploding growth is paramount when it comes to planning and infrastructure. Precinct 4 currently has 880 miles of road and mobility is on the forefront of Commissioner Jim Clark’s vision and is his number one priority. Commissioner Clark firmly believes that his area is the fastest growing & has the most growth potential, currently and well into the future. Precinct 4, Montgomery County includes the southern and eastern portions of the county and borders San Jacinto, Liberty, and Harris Counties; it has 8 incorporated cities with-in its boundaries which include Woodloch, Cut and Shoot, Splendora, Wood Branch Village and Roman Forest, with portions of Shenandoah, Conroe and City of Houston. Commissioner Clark has a dedicated team of men & women that keep the precinct moving forward with a positive vision that he has instilled in his operation. He considers them to be his second family and makes sure that they know how valuable their service is.
With Commissioner Jim Clark’s dedication to his Community and his Positive Attitude; the future is bright for Montgomery County and especially Precinct 4.