At Large Position 1

Council Member William Ferguson



Council Member Ferguson was elected to a two-year term as At Large Position 1 Council Member. Fort Bend County has been Mr. Ferguson’s home since 1992 when he became a Police Officer for the City of Stafford. To this day, 28 years later, he still wears a badge, but now with the Fort Bend County Sheriff’s Department. William has lived in Greatwood for 15 years, and was annexed into Sugar Land in 2018.

Community
  • First Colony Church of Christ, Deacon
  • Served Hurricane Survivors
    • Harvey
    • Katrina
    • Ike
    • Rita
    • Michael
    • Florence
    • Laura
  • Working with the homeless


Term


  • May 2020 - May 2022

Education

  • University of Houston, Law Enforcement 
  • Master Police Officer
Family
  • 30 years of marriage

Fort Bend County has been my home since 1992 when I became a Police Officer for the City of Stafford. To this day, 28 years later, I am still wearing a badge but now with the Fort Bend County Sheriff’s Department. I have lived in Greatwood for 15 years. Sugar Land Annexed us in 2018. I have been an active member and Deacon at the First Colony Church of Christ since 2001. My service as a Deacon was focused on benevolence and security. My life is service to others. I have served the survivors of Hurricanes Harvey, Katrina, Ike, Rita, Michael (FL), Florence (NC), and Laura with supplies and physical service. I also have a strong passion for the homeless. From Houston to Baltimore I am working to comfort the homeless. I received my law enforcement education and training from the University of Houston. I am a Master Police Officer. I have enjoyed a life of leadership in Law Enforcement and private business.  From Healthcare to Home Services I have enjoyed success.  My philosophy in life is to serve others first and always be fair.  I am proudly celebrating 30 years of marriage in September of 2020.