"By the year 2028, the City of Sugar Land’s park and recreation system will be known as the premier resource in the region. It will be comprised of high quality active and passive parks, trails, historical and cultural sites, and open spaces. Development of park and recreation related destination activity centers will enhance and diversify the types of facilities and amenities available for residents and visitors of all ages. This supports overall City economic development efforts while creating opportunities for pursuing physical fitness, healthy lifestyles, and social connectedness.
Sugar Land envisions achieving this by creating a connected system of larger, more diversified community and regional serving amenities which will be maintained to a consistently high quality and set the bar for recreational resources in the region.”
The City Council adopted the plan on February 20, 2018.