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New Parks and Trails Development
logo.jpg Work Begins on Brazos River Park Expansion, Adjacent Festival Site
March 6, 2015
Sugar Land recently broke ground on the second phase of the Brazos River Park and an adjacent festival site. The projects – expected to be completed by the fall of 2016 – were part of a $31.5 million bond election approved by voters in 2013.

The approved propositions included development of approximately 120 acres of new parkland along the Brazos River with an adjacent festival site and a connecting network of nearly 10 miles of hike and bike trails and bridges.

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Voters Approve Bonds for Parks and Trails
November 8, 2013
Based on unofficial election results, Sugar Land voters approved bonds totaling $31.5 million on Nov. 5 to fund two parks projects. The election results will be canvassed on Nov. 14, and official results will be announced at that time.

The approved propositions include development of 128 acres of new parkland along the Brazos River with an adjacent festival site and a connecting network of nearly 10 miles of hike and bike trails and bridges.

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