View the plan and learn about the 2012 plan and updates.
The Plan’s recommended policies aim to protect the city’s single-family residential neighborhoods while ensuring Sugar Land continues to be a premier place to live, work, shop and play within the region.
Identify the recommendations necessary to accomplish the city's long-range vision for mobility.
Master plans and their amendments are coordinated with the Comprehensive Plan. A master plan prepares a municipality for future development or redevelopment of the city in its entirety, or of a specific geographic section of the city. It is subject-specific in that it identifies particular future public needed goods by type, needs are identified by growth projections and underlying basic assumptions related to anticipated trends. Official City of Sugar Land master plans include: Master Drainage Plan; Facilities Master Plan; Land Use Plan; Pedestrian & Bicycle Master Plan; Parks, Recreation, and Open Space Master Plan; Master Thoroughfare Plan; Water Master Plan; and Wastewater Master Plan. For further information, email staff at firstname.lastname@example.org