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Keep an eye on the Gulf

  1. Update: September 19
    Sugar Land emergency planners are preparing for the possible activation of the city’s emergency operations center. Weather forecasters believe Tropical Storm Beta may further intensify and remain a threat to the Texas coast through next week. Their confidence in the storm’s track and intensity is low; however, our region is within the cone of probability. Based on the current forecast track, our area could experience tropical storm force winds next week, and heavy rainfall is possible through Thursday.


    The Brazos River remains below flood stage, floodgates operated by Levee Improvement Districts are expected to remain open and storage capacity currently exists in ditches and lakes that hold water during heavy rainfall events. LIDs in Sugar Land are prepared to utilize their pumps if necessary. Flooded streets, damaging winds and power outages are always possible during strong storms. We should all pay very close attention to the National Weather Service and the National Hurricane Center, the authoritative sources of weather information. Please help us keep storm drains clear, secure loose items around homes and avoid parking on streets. It’s also a good idea to keep gas tanks full, and stock up on emergency supplies. Prepare now by visiting www.sugarlandtx.gov/em for planning resources. Other helpful resources follow.

New Way to Pay - New Online Payment Platform Goes Live

  1. City Council approved the implementation of a new online payment platform called Paymentus.
    This transition is another step forward in the city’s commitment to managing resources in a responsible and efficient manner – as well as ensuring that residents have a more accessible, easy, and secure way to continue paying their utility and miscellaneous bills online.

    Were you enrolled in auto-pay with a credit card? Here's how to handle your bill if it is due in September.

    For the payment due in September you will have three options to handle your balance due:
    • You may make a one-time payment using your credit card. Please have your account number ready (it is listed on your bill).
    • Pay in-person (appointment is required), send the payment by mail or use one of the drop boxes available throughout the city.
    • Register in the new system and we will automatically process your next payment.
      • When your next bill is issued, that will be due in October, we will carry your balance due to the next month with no penalties.
      • Please be aware that you will pay two months of bills in one payment if you select this option.
    More information about the new payment platform is available at www.sugarlandtx.gov/NewWaytoPay
  1. Boards and Commissions Applications Now Open

    Get Involved!

    Boards and Commissions play an essential part in our city government. Applications are open now and close on September 22. Apply today!
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    Healthcare Heroes Week

    Everyone is invited to participate in “Healthcare Heroes Week" to show local healthcare heroes that their work is seen and appreciated and that their daily sacrifices have not been forgotten.
  3. 311 Sugar Land

    Have a Question?

    Making it easier for residents to know who to contact for assistance with non-emergency, city-related questions, and requests for services. Visit www.sugarlandtx.gov/311
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    The Time to Prepare is Now.

    Stay alert as we are in the height of hurricane season. Learn more about hurricane preparedness.
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Notice of Adopted 2020 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 4.05 percent and will raise taxes for maintenance and operations on a $100,000 home by approximately $6.00.