Here's the Scoop on Sugar Land's New Mural

"Sugar Land Fun" Mural

A whimsical new mural has made its debut at the Imperial Park Recreation Center.

“Sugar Land Fun” by artist Charlie Beyl welcomes visitors to the IPRC and focuses on people in the foreground that are in action within nature, which alludes to the Sugar Land department of Parks and Recreation’s mission. The mural also highlights the different economic buildings throughout Sugar Land.

The mural is part of the City’s Public Art Program — which aims to develop the use of public art in and around Sugar Land, while reflecting on the City’s history and heritage — and is funded through 4B funding used to drive economic development in a city through beautification efforts and public/private partnerships. 

For more information on the Imperial Park Recreation Center, visit www.sugarlandtx.gov/IPRC. Plan to stop by to see “Sugar Land Fun”? Snap a picture and tag us @SugarLandTXGov and @SugarLandParks for a chance to be featured on our social media channels!