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Water Master Plan
The City of Sugar Land is updating the Water Master Plan, which describes the infrastructure and policies necessary to accomplish the water-related goals of the City’s Comprehensive Plan. The Water Master Plan is one of the City’s eight (8) master plans and was last updated in November 2007.

The current update is necessary to revise development projections, meet regulatory requirements, integrate surface water conversion, provide water resource planning and develop strategies to implement the recently-adopted water-related guidance in the Comprehensive Plan. 

The process to update the Water Master Plan occurred in a two-phase approach, and both Phase I and Phase II are now complete. Phase I involved the “traditional” master planning functions relating to planning for growth and regulatory requirements. Phase II addressed broader policy issues and developed strategies to accomplish water-related goals and objectives and the City’s overall vision. The draft summary plan also reflects community input gathered through the update process.

Draft Plan
A draft plan summary report of the Water Master Plan Update is available for review. If you wish to set up an appointment to review additional details in person or have any comments, please contact the City of Sugar Land Public Works Department at (281) 275-2450, by email at publicworks@sugarlandtx.gov or to Robert Valenzuela, Director of Public Works, at

Stakeholder Meeting
Approximately 75 representatives from various stakeholder groups participated in four stakeholder meetings held in July and August of 2013. Stakeholder groups included City of Sugar Land Groundwater Reduction Plan participants, Sugar Land 101 graduates, Homeowner Association representatives, Sugar Land Parks & Recreation Advisory Board Members, and Keep Sugar Land Beautiful representatives.

Online Town Hall
The water planning topic on the City of Sugar Land's Online Town Hall is now closed. Over the last month and a half, 59 people visited this topic. Ten people left a comment with equates to 30 minutes of public comment.

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