1. What’s Happening
    News & Information from the City of Sugar Land
  1. At Computer Typing

    Online Payment Portal Compromised

    A limited number of individuals who completed a transaction between August 30 and October 14, 2019, might be affected. Learn more about actions taken by the city to ensure the continued safety of the city's payment system.
  2. 311 Sugar Land

    311 Sugar Land

    Sugar Land’s 311 contact center offers a single point of contact for non-emergency city information and enables residents to make service requests.
  3. bnr_Future Of Recycling
  4. Banner for the CIP Story Map

    CIP Story Map

    The Capital Improvement Projects Map provides a geographical view of CIP projects currently underway.
  5. Goal Measures Dashboard

    Goal Measures Dashboard

    The Goal Measures Dashboard is an online tool that measures the city’s progress on attaining key outcomes for residents.
  6. EmployeeAtWork


  1. Possible Freezing Temperatures
    With a possibility of freezing temperatures on Thursday morning, now is  a good time to start thinking about cold weather preparation to include plants, pets, and pipes. The city is taking similar precautions to winterize infrastructure and will keep an eye on weather conditions. Visit our severe cold weather page for safety tips and resources.

Did You Know?

  1. Update from Sugar Land’s Public Health Authority

    Dr. Joe Anzaldua, Sugar Land’s public health authority, continues to work closely with local, state and Federal health officials responding to the worldwide outbreak of COVID-19.

    The threat in the United States remains low. Just one confirmed case has been identified in Texas – a person who flew from China aboard a government-sponsored flight directly to Lackland Air Force Base, where they remain quarantined. 

    Read the entire update and access additional information and resources about the 2019 Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19).
    Alert Icon

Notice of Adopted 2019 Tax Rate

The City of Sugar Land adopted a tax rate that will raise more taxes for maintenance and operations than last year's tax rate. The tax rate will effectively be raised by 9.48 percent and will raise taxes for maintenance and operations on a $100,000 home by approximately $15.74.

The city tax bill for the average value home of $375,289, with a 12% homestead exemption will increase by $24 compared to last year’s tax bill.