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Title: City Manager
City Manager Allen Bogard has been with the City of Sugar Land for over 20 years and has served as city manager since 2001. He brings over 40 years of municipal experience to the position, with past roles in Keller, Winnsboro, Plano, and Dallas.
Since becoming city manager in Sugar Land, his leadership as the organization works to implement the city council’s vision for Sugar Land has contributed to the city being recognized as one of the best and safest places to live in the country.
Accomplishments and initiatives during his tenure as city manager include the creation of the award-winning Sugar Land Town Square, a growing economic development program and the relocation of the United States corporate headquarters of companies like Minute Maid, the recognition of Sugar Land Regional Airport as the #1 FBO in the Americas, and Sugar Land’s reputation for strong financial management, low taxes, a AAA bond rating and Best Places recognition.
In his time with Sugar Land, the city has more than doubled in population, seen the addition – and expansion – of First Colony Mall and Constellation Field, and become a burgeoning employment, educational and medical center, creating thousands of new jobs, as well as becoming an entertainment destination. Recognizing the change and growth in population and demographics within the city, in 2008, he created the city manager’s Multi-Cultural Advisory Team, with whom he has worked to host “101” sessions for key staff in an effort to ensure the city is meeting the needs of all residents.
Most recently, residents and the
worked together to affirm the long-term Vision 2025 and Guiding Principles to guide Sugar Land as it continues to become a nationally recognized beautiful and inclusive community with growing economic, cultural, and entertainment opportunities.
Bogard has a Bachelor of Arts from the University of Texas at Arlington and a Master of Public Administration from North Texas State University. In 2005, his professional leadership and accomplishments were recognized when he received the “Administrator of the Year Award” given by the Texas City Management Association in recognition of his significant contributions to local government.
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City of Plano Executive Director
City of Plano Support Services Director
City of Plano Public Works Assistant Director
City of Dallas Budget Analyst
City of Dallas Administrative Assistant
President, Sugar Land Town Square Development Authority
Board Member, Tax Increment Reinvestment Zone
Board of Directors, Greater Fort Bend Economic Development Corporation
Vice Chair, Texas Energy Center
International City/County Management Association
Texas City Management Association
Texas Municipal Retirement System Advisory Committee
North Texas State University, Master of Public Administration
University of Texas at Arlington, Bachelor of Arts
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