From the City of Sugar Land:

Fort Bend County’s mask order took effect on June 25 and supersedes Sugar Land’s mask order relating to businesses and commercial entities.

The county’s order requires commercial entities’ employees and visitors to wear face coverings when in an area or performing activity that involves close proximity with co-workers or the public. Failure of the commercial entity to comply with the requirements may result in a fine up to $500 for each violation. Violations may be reported to 311 or 281-275-2900.

Sugar Land’s mask order will continue to provide guidance on city facilities such as City Hall, other municipal buildings and facilities, and all outdoor public areas. Face coverings do not need to be worn in public areas when exercising outside or engaging in outside physical activity. Read Sugar Land’s full order for other details. Sugar Land’s order is intended to supplement the county’s order to slow the transmission of COVID-19 and keep Sugar Land safe; however, Executive Order GA-26 issued by Gov. Greg Abbott does not allow civil or criminal penalties for failure to wear a face covering in public. Sugar Land’s order follows recommendations from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention; the Texas Department of State Health Services; and Sugar Land’s public health authority, Dr. Joe Anzaldua.