Sugar Land City Council recently approved a $6.5 million construction project for the second phase of drainage improvements in the Sugar Creek subdivision.
Sugar Land police arrested Overeth Riascos Barahona, 40, a native of Colombia, and charged him with first-degree murder in the death of Joseph Aponte.
Funeral services for former Sugar Land employee Joseph Aponte are scheduled for Feb. 13 at Triska Funeral Home, 612 Merchant Street.
Sugar Land Town Square is set to come alive on Feb. 24 from 2-5 p.m., as Stacey Allen, founder and Artistic Director of Nia’s Daughters Movement Collective, takes center stage to present “The Fairytale Project”.
The Texas Festivals and Events Association (TFEA) and the International Festivals and Events Association (IFEA) recognized multiple citywide special events produced by the Sugar Land Parks and Recreation Department.
Families are encouraged to enjoy some of the most popular events that the Sugar Land community has to offer.
Sugar Land City Council recently approved a resolution for a $28 million grant application to the Texas Water Development Board to support the Brazos River Riverbank Erosion Mitigation Project.
Sugar Land City Council approved a $2.7 million contract to install a next generation artificial intelligence detection system at every city intersection.
If you must travel, exercise extreme caution. TxDOT continues to treat highways.
Applications for the Great Homes Update Program will reopen on Feb. 1 at SugarLandEcoDev.com/Great-Homes as part of Great Homes, a residential reinvestment initiative that empowers Sugar Land homeowners to invest in their community by preserving, protecting and enhancing their neighborhoods.
Sugar Land City Council recently appointed an independent group of residents to review the city’s charter.
The work was made possible by a generous donation from Ruth Heneghan in loving memory of Pat Matheny.
Sugar Land City Council recently approved a development agreement with Pulte Homes of Texas, LP, for a proposed development in the city’s Extraterritorial Jurisdiction (ETJ).
The city of Sugar Land Civic Arts Division (SLCAD) recently enhanced public art offerings with the installation of two stunning benches created by Artist Richard Herzog.
Artist Carol May, of May + Watkins, recently unveiled the second and third installations of the city’s Civic Arts sculpture series, “Whose Leaf is Ever Green,” in Brazos River Park.
Sugar Land City Council approved a resolution to utilize the construction manager at risk (CMAR) procurement method to build a new emergency operations center (EOC) and dispatch center.
Sugar Land City Council recently approved an $8 million construction contract for phase two of the city’s Public Safety Training Facility.
The city of Sugar Land recently launched a community fundraising campaign to support the construction of a new voter-approved animal shelter.
Sugar Land City Council approved a $4.9 million construction contract for drainage improvements in Covington West and Imperial Woods.
The city of Sugar Land recently completed significant restoration work at the Old Imperial Farm Cemetery, a historic site located within the 65-acre parkland area between Easton Avenue and Fort Bend ISD James Reese & Technical Center in Telfair.