During a recent City Council meeting, Project Manager Ed Orozco described how an effort by the city's Engineering team resulted in savings of $2 million on a major mobility improvement project.
The project is part of ongoing efforts to improve mobility along major thoroughfares in Sugar Land. A recent citizen satisfaction survey indicated that mobility is a top resident concern. In response, the city is making investments in mobility improvements, traffic management, and infrastructure that meet the needs of our residents while being fiscally responsible. This is another example of the "Sugar Land Way."
With the second lowest tax rate in the state for cities over 60,000, Sugar Land is making strides in ensuring a financially responsible government, delivering quality service, and listening and responding to resident concerns.