Know Your District

The annexation of Greatwood and New Territory increased the city’s population, requiring the city’s four single-member City Council districts to be adjusted. Sugar Land City Council approved revised single-member City Council districts in 2018.

2019 General Election

New boundaries for single-member districts will be in effect for the May 4 general election.

Prior to voting, residents are encouraged to use the following tools to help determine if their address is located in an area that is affected by this adjustment.

My Neighborhood

Enter your address on the MyNeighborhood website and find out if you are affected.

Compare Current and 2019 Council Election Districts

The interactive map provides a view of current city districts. In addition, you can activate an additional layer which then displays city districts effective for the May 4 election. You can also run a search for a specific address.

District by Subdivision

A listing of Sugar Land subdivisions along with their current districts and 2019 Council election districts.

Downloadable PDF

This high-resolution, downloadable PDF is ideal for printing. It displays district boundaries effective for the May 4 election.

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2019 Election Guide

View Sugar Land's 2019 election guide.

Know (your voting district) with the Gnome

Single Member Council Districts effective for the May 2019 election

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Now that you know your district, check who is running for Single District City Council Member for your district.