Is the city working to develop a museum?

The City of Sugar Land created the Sugar Land Heritage Foundation and contributes funding to ensure the preservation of the city’s history.  The Sugar Land Heritage Foundation has been collecting local historical documents for a museum opened in 2018 at the Imperial Refinery site.  This museum will eventually include a diversity of exhibits documenting the contributions of African-Americans and all others. Community groups are encouraged to support the development of the museum.

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1. When did the city acquire the cemetery?
2. Why did the city acquire the cemetery?
3. How has the city protected the cemetery?
4. Has the city worked with local groups to honor the cemetery’s history?
5. Has an archeological survey been performed?
6. Have other surveys been performed?
7. Will future surveys be performed?
8. What is the status of parkland development on city-owned property surrounding the cemetery?
9. How has Sugar Land worked to preserve prison-related history?
10. Is the city working to develop a museum?