News & Information from the City of Sugar Land
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Mosquito control in Sugar Land requires participation from all of us! Learn more about the city’s mosquito control efforts and what you can do to Fight the Bite!
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Starting August, 9, you may notice some changes to the look of your water bill. Take a look at the sample, below:
Water Bill Changes - Highlights
- The size of your bill will now be a full sheet of paper, arrive in an envelope, and will include a return envelope.
- You will now be able to see your consumption history on your bill.
- Delinquent notices will also go from a carbon copy to a full-sized paper, inside an envelope.
- Late fees will not be charged during this transition.
What hasn't changed?
- The time your bill is issued.
- Your account number (though your customer number and account number will be separated into two different fields).
- You will not have to make any changes to electronic bills, credit card auto-pay, and automatic bank draft.
- You will still contact Treasury for questions about your bill or delinquent notices.
- Payment options.
The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) is preparing to launch a new method of rating the flood risk of a property, called Risk Rating 2.0 (RR2.0), which will have a direct impact on your flood insurance premiums.
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Learn more about Risk 2.0 and what the city is doing in response.
The Atlantic hurricane season is underwayExperts are predicting another above-normal hurricane season. The time to prepare is now. Make sure your emergency plan is in place, sign up for notifications, and check out www.sugarlandtx.gov/Hurricane for more planning resources.
Notice of Adopted 2020 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 4.05 percent and will raise taxes for maintenance and operations on a $100,000 home by approximately $6.00.