Months after remains were discovered at a construction site for a new Fort Bend ISD technical center, experts are revealing new details
The Sugar Land Police Department needs your help identifying three female suspects who stole merchandise from Burlington located at 13521 University Blvd.
The Texas Court Clerks Association in conjunction with the Texas Municipal Courts Education Center and Texas State University awarded Sugar Land Municipal Court Administrator Kendra Beverly with Certified Municipal Court Clerk Certification.
The chase started when the stolen tow truck was involved in a fatal crash.
Sugar Land resident, Meena Pyatt, is an intern for a nonprofit called The Borgen Project which is working to help reduce poverty.
Pack up your chairs and head to the Plaza to indulge in snacks and brews from Baker Street and live country music from Tribute to George Strait to round out your 4th of July weekend!
The Sugar Land Police Department recently launched an online tool enabling citizens to report certain non-emergency crimes.
The Sugar Land Animal Shelter is offering a special adoption rate of $40 for cats through Aug. 26.
4th Fest, a Fourth of July celebration at Constellation Field, features performances from the Cory Green Band, Mike and the Moonpies and Jason Boland & The Stragglers.
Sugar Land police are looking for a gunman who took a cart-load of merchandise from Home Depot on June 25.
Come enjoy a fun family-friendly event for all ages, June 23.
The library celebrated its 25 Anniversary with a special performance of “Goldilocks and the Three Bears” presented by the Magik Theatre on Saturday, June 9.
Assistant City Manager Doug Brinkley promoted Assistant Police Chief Eric Robins to the position of police chief, effective today.
Sugar Land City Council recently renamed the First Colony Conference Center to honor a lifetime of community service from Clyde and Nancy Jacks.
Sugar Land City Council will hold a public hearing on the draft Land Use Plan on June 26, at 6 p.m., at Sugar Land City Hall, 2700 Town Center Blvd. North.
The cemetery was discovered in April at the construction site and 94 graves have been found.
The Center for Public Safety Management’s (CPSM) recent assessment of the Sugar Land Police Department confirmed that the city has a modern police agency that is professional and responsive to community needs.
The assessment was part of an overall program of continuous improvement utilizing benchmarks developed by nationally recognized organizations.
Industry experts who conducted the assessment made 54 recommendations related to the deployment of resources, organizational structure, performance measures, community outreach and other areas to ensure that Sugar Land remains one of the safest cities in the country.
Sugar Land’s crime rate for 2017 was the lowest on record after hitting a 20-year low in 2016. Industry experts who conducted the assessment credited SLPD as one of the best run agencies they’ve evaluated in the nation.
Contributing to SLPD’s success is a commitment to a strong police presence, community partnerships, public education, technology implementation such as cameras, training and departmental leadership development.
A collaborative action plan will be developed by city leaders to review recommendations from the assessment and enhance operational effectiveness. The project will include identifying which of the recommendations may be implemented immediately and long-term. Recommendations that require increased expenditures will be evaluated through the City’s budget process.
The full report is posted at www.sugarlandtx.gov/PDAssessment.
This notice is from the City of Sugar Land.
Sugar Land City Council recently appointed a Redistricting Advisory Committee to ensure the city’s single-member City Council districts comply with federal law.
Work to update the plan began in November. It is an effort intended to provide a blueprint for development at the airport during the next 20 years.
The student’s piece will be on display in the U.S. Capitol for an entire year.