These projects were approved by Sugar Land residents as a part of the 2019 General Obligation (GO) Bond Program.
Sugar Land City Council recently approved an ordinance taking actions necessary to speed recovery relief for citizens.
Fort Bend Chamber of Commerce’s Education Division will host a virtual event showcasing the vision for a new STEM School of Innovation.
This informative session will be held Thursday, February 11, 2021 from 11:30 AM – 1:00 PM.
This year’s theme for the Cyber Gala was The Power of Us!
The Fort Bend Chamber of Commerce CHAIRMAN’S GALA will be held virtually on Friday, January 29, 2021.
This year’s theme is The Power of Us.
Sugar Land City Council accepted donations totaling $118,856.66 for the development of the Eagle Plaza at Sugar Land Memorial Park and outdoor patio improvements at the T.E. Harman Center.
The Fort Bend Chamber of Commerce is pleased to present the thirteenth annual State of the City Sugar Land Address focusing on the City’s 2020 accomplishments.
Sabrina Roesler, a 9-year-old fourth-grader from Sugar Land, has been named as the Lemonade Day Houston 2020 Youth Entrepreneur of the Year.
The African American Democrat defeated Republican Trever Nehls, brother of incumbent Sheriff Troy Nehls, in November.
Fort Bend County Commissioner Ken R. DeMerchant motioned and the Court unanimously approved to allocate $2M of CARES Act funds to the City of Sugar Land.
City Council approved utility rate increases in September of 2020 to be effective January 1, 2021. Residents can expect to see the rate changes on bills issued after that date.
The city of Sugar Land is accepting applications through Dec. 22 for the next Sugar Land 101 class scheduled to be held virtually in January through March 2021.
Sugar Land City Council accepted a donation from the Cullinan Park Conservancy for $287,465.93 to be used for Cullinan Park phase two improvements.
The City will celebrate the holidays with a six-week drive-in movie series at Crown Festival Park at Sugar Land from Nov. 27 through Jan. 2.
The Sugar Land Police Department has been made aware of our communities concerns regarding several recent incidents.
The program will continue the #AllInForSLTX campaign, designed to leverage public and private dollars and drive at least $200,000 into Sugar Land’s economy.
One person was shot at the 2500 block of Amethyst Isle Ln in Sienna Plantation.
The city of Sugar Land is partnering with the Sugar Land Skeeters to host Halloween Town on Oct. 31, from 4-8 p.m., at Constellation Field.
Sugar Land detectives are looking for a person of interest seen on surveillance video shortly before a woman’s vehicle was stolen at gunpoint in a parking lot.
Sugar Land City Council adopted a $254.3 million budget for fiscal year 2021 and a tax rate of 33.65 cents per $100.
The program provides gift cards and gratitude to workers on the frontlines of the pandemic.
Early voting will be held Oct. 13-30 for Sugar Land’s Nov. 3 City Council and charter election
The city of Sugar Land recently named six 2019 Volunteers of the Year.
Applications will open on Friday, Sept. 4 and must be submitted electronically by 5 p.m. on Friday, September 18.
Sugar Land firefighters, police officers and other city employees will join the community Sept. 21-25 to celebrate front-line hospital workers during Healthcare Heroes Week.
Goldfish Swim School, the leading premier learn-to-swim franchise, has opened its new 10,000-square-foot Sugar Land location for water safety and swim lessons.
Republic Services will not provide solid waste and recycling services on Thursday, Aug. 27.
Commissioners Court passed a motion on the County Tax Rate reduction.
The Sugar Land Police Department would like to educate everyone on sham workers claiming to need access to a home to check water pressure.
Student instruction will begin online August 17, 2020.
Forecasters continue to expect a weather system in the Gulf to make landfall along the upper Texas coast as a tropical storm this weekend.
During the last week of July, the Parks and Recreation Department will host a virtual daily Summer Series to coincide with National Park and Recreation Month.
Governor Greg Abbott issued the following order effective at 12:01 p.m. on July 3, 2020:
The order supersedes Sugar Land’s mask order relating to businesses and commercial entities.
The face covering order will be in effect beginning June 25.
This year, Sugar Land’s virtual Fourth of July Celebration will be taking place on Saturday, July 4, at 8 p.m.
Facilities have been re-opened in accordance with Governor Abbot’s COVID-19 announcement of Phase III to open Texas.
The Cullinan Park Conservancy Photo Contest is open to any professional or amateur photographer, of any age.
An update from the city of Sugar Land – Nicole Solis, Assistant Director of Environmental and Neighborhood Services.
Fort Bend County Commissioner Ken R. DeMerchant is happy to announce the opening of a much needed, county- run testing site.
The Meal Bus is now able to deliver meals safely to the senior residents of Fort Bend County on behalf of Fort Bend Senior Meals on Wheels.
The May 2 Sugar Land City Council election has been moved to Nov. 3 due to public health concerns related to COVID-19.
Four Corners Community Center in Fort Bend County Precinct 4 has been working closely with YWCA in providing services to Precinct 4 Community.
To protect the public and help limit the spread of COVID-19 in the greater Houston region, the city of Sugar Land has declared a disaster declaration.
Sugar Land received the highest level of assurance that can be given on a set of financial statements.
Sugar Land police will conduct a special drunk driving enforcement initiative from March 6-15.
Families can enjoy a destination of adventure at Sugar Land’s International Art & Kite Festival on March 28, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
A mother and her son were discovered shot to death inside their Sugar Land home just hours after the father was found dead from an apparent suicide.
The result was a 22% tax cut and a tax savings of 4 cents for each of its residents.
From the Office of Commissioner Ken DeMerchant: February 11, 2020, is Safer Internet Day. It marks a day to promote awareness of internet safety. On February 4th at Commissioners Court, Fort Bend County Commissioner Ken R. DeMerchant motioned for an action item that...