There are plenty of opportunities to enjoy Sugar Land Parks & Recreation's parks and facilities, and if you're looking to get even more involved either in a volunteer or supportive role, take a look below.
Cullinan Park Conservancy is a non-profit group charged with the promotion, enhancement and protection of Cullinan Park in Sugar Land for the use and enjoyment of wildlife and human visitors alike.
Sugar Land Parks & Recreation encourages Boy Scouts and Girl Scouts to participate in enhancing our community and we are happy to assist scouts between 14 and 18 years old in developing projects within the city. Learn more here.
The Parks, Art, Recreation, Culture, and Streetscapes Advisory Board is a City-appointed board comprised of nine members, and responsible for providing input, feedback and advice on projects and programs to enrich the visual and aesthetic environment of the City. The PARCS Advisory Board meets every second Tuesday of the month. Learn more about the PARCS Advisory Board and see future and past agendas here.
Serve Sugar Land
The mission of the City of Sugar Land's volunteer program, Serve Sugar Land, is to connect the citizens of Sugar Land with their government through diverse volunteer opportunities that enable the city to further expand, enhance and enrich the services it provides to the community in new and innovative ways.
Sugar Land Legacy Foundation
The Sugar Land Legacy Foundation is a private non-profit organization established in 2010 to create a vehicle for sustainable charitable and planned donations for parks and civic facilities in Sugar Land. Contributions to the Legacy Foundation will support the City of Sugar Land's acquisition, ownership, construction, development, improvement, operation and/or maintenance of land and facilities.