Sugar Land City Manager Michael W. Goodrum selected Loudoun County Undersheriff/Colonel Mark J. Poland to serve as Sugar Land’s next police chief.
The project approved by voters in 2013 will include a pavilion, pedestrian crossings, concrete trails, picnic tables, benches, bike racks, grills, new trees, shrubs and irrigation.
The suspects broke into a home on the 6600 block of Larocke Trail in Telfair.
The new chief will fill a vacancy left by Police Chief Eric Robins who retired on June 1 after 33 years of public service.
The new chief will fill a vacancy left by Police Chief Eric Robins who retired on June 1 after 33 years of public service, including 30 with the Sugar Land Police Department.
Enjoy an evening full of patriotic family fun with activities for all ages and a main stage area featuring a variety of local entertainment.
The Texas Water Development Board recently approved a $27.5 million loan from the Flood Infrastructure Fund for a Sugar Land flood control project west of Sugar Land Regional Airport.
The Citizen’s Police Academy is an opportunity to take an inside look at the Sugar Land Police Department.
Council approve targeted tax cuts for homeowners on June 7 by voting to increase the homestead exemption from 12 to 13 percent, effective for the 2022 tax year.
It will provide open, easy access to city government and use smart solutions to improve services for customers.
The approved items include about 400 linear feet of drainage work from south of Wellington to just east of Charleston South.
The program will continue the community tradition of acknowledging the names of veterans engraved inside the walls of the park’s iconic Remembrance Tower, and a patriotic music tribute will be performed.
The Department asked the Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) Texas Ranger Division to conduct an investigation into the shooting.
Sugar Land City Council recently approved a $727,500 architectural contract to design the second phase of a public safety training facility located near Sugar Land Regional Airport.
Sugar Land Police Chief Eric Robins plans to retire on June 1.
The city of Sugar Land recently unveiled Crush, the Alligator, a new sculpture bench installed in Lonnie Green Park.
The Chamber is accepting applicants for the Class of 2023.
Sugar Land City Council recently approved a $250,000 design contract and a $1.6 million agreement with Fort Bend County for work associated with the widening of University Boulevard.
The Texas National Emergency Number Association (NENA) recently named Public Safety Dispatcher Amanda Davis the 2021 Training Professional of the Year.
The Go Ape facility will include ziplines, climbing nets, and a ropes course up in the tree canopy.