News & Information from the City of Sugar Land
City Offices Holiday Closure
City offices will be closed for business on Monday, January 21 in observance of Martin Luther King, Jr. Day.
Solid Waste and Recycling
Regular solid waste and recycling collection will take place.
Cold Weekend Ahead
Colder weather is on the way. While we don't expect any concerns
forSugar Land, it's a good idea to begin thinking about pets, pipes andplants as we approach the cold-weather season.
Check out our safety tips and preparedness information.
The City of Sugar Land is hiring! Visit our jobs page, see all open positions, and apply.
Rumor versus Fact is information that aims to dispel inaccurate information about City initiatives and community concerns.
Brazos River Turnaround and Canoe Launch Closure
Due to road damage related to recent high water levels, the southbound Brazos River turnaround and canoe launch under U.S. Highway 59 is closed until further notice.
For current road conditions throughout Sugar Land, visit our real-time traffic map at http://its.sugarlandtx.gov/traffic.
A message from CenterPoint Energy
CenterPoint Energy is installing new transmission poles and cables in the Sugar Land Town Center area. The work is part of a much larger project that will increase capacity and service from the company’s Imperial substation located near State Highway 6 and U.S. Highway
59,to several miles south.
More information about this project is available online.
Honoring, Preserving, and Memorializing History
Sugar Land City Council approved an agreement with the Fort Bend Independent School District for the possible future relocation of bodies found buried on Fort Bend ISD's property to the city’s Old Imperial Farm Cemetery. Learn more about the preservation of our history.
Notice of Adopted 2018 Tax Rate
This year’s levy to fund maintenance and operations expenditures exceeds last year’s maintenance and operations tax levy.