News & Information from the City of Sugar Land
Update on Solid Waste Services - March 9
Republic Services has temporarily suspended bulky waste collection due to COVID19 limitations. Learn more >>
An update from the city of Sugar Land - Keisha Seals, Engineering Manager: April 9
Sugar Land employees remain at work to ensure our community remains safe. There’s been a tremendous amount of effort since the beginning of February. Teams have been working non-stop to put together contingency plans and prepare for possible outcomes. Our top priority is the safety of our community and the continued delivery of essential city services. The safety of our employees is also among our top priorities. We are doing everything possible to keep them safe to minimize any disruptions to city services to the extent possible. While we do have a number of employees working from home, much of our essential work cannot be done by teleworking. Our first responders remain on the job, and like other cities across the country, we have faced challenges acquiring N95 masks. But we also have a number of other front-line employees who are in constant contact with the public, and in many cases, this contact cannot be limited.City updates and information at www.sugarlandtx.gov/Coronavirus
Accurate and Reliable Information
For accurate and reliable information, please be sure to visit the following resources. They are the authoritative sources of information.
Fort Bend County
- Fort Bend County COVID-19 Response Hub
- Orders and updates issued by Fort Bend County
- Fort Bend Health and Human Services
Impact to City Services
Sugar Land has a Mobile App
MySugarLand is the official mobile app for the City of Sugar Land. Available for iOS and Android, the app provides a connection between the City of Sugar Land and its residents and visitors.
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Notice of Adopted 2019 Tax Rate
The City of Sugar Land adopted a tax rate that will raise more taxes for maintenance and operations than last year's tax rate. The tax rate will effectively be raised by 9.48 percent and will raise taxes for maintenance and operations on a $100,000 home by approximately $15.74.
The city tax bill for the average value home of $375,289, with a 12% homestead exemption will increase by $24 compared to last year’s tax bill.