Sign up to receive text message notifications!

The City of Sugar Land is excited to announce our newest resident engagement tool, TextMyGov! The goal of TextMyGov is really to deliver time-sensitive updates on things the city does that may impact your day-to-day life as a resident. The best part? You'll have the opportunity to sign-up for both citywide text messages and neighborhood-level text messages. Citywide texts will notify you of things that impact the city as a whole (or at the very least, a large portion), while neighborhood text messages will keep you updated on service level impacts that only affect your particular neighborhood. 

Receive non-emergency notifications directly to your device! Notifications may include (but are not limited to) the following:

  • Solid waste service disruptions 
  • Construction notifications
  • City event information
  • Public engagement opportunities 

Data and message rates apply. Message frequency varies. Text STOP at any time to opt-out. Text HELP for contact info. View terms and privacy policy info at: textmygov.com/opt-in-terms-conditions

Looking for emergency notifications? 

TextMyGov is not used for emergency notifications. To sign up for emergency notifications (severe weather events and shelter-in-place situations), visit our Urgent/Emergency notification system sign up page.

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Sign-up for both citywide and neighborhood text messages – there’s no limit to the number you can sign-up for!


Sign up for city-wide notifications.

Text "SUGARLAND" to 91896

You will then receive a confirmation message asking you to reply YES to verify opt-in.


Interested in notifications specific to your neighborhood?

Type in the name of your neighborhood in the box below, then click "Get my code!" 

Receive neighborhood-specific notifications about services like solid waste and construction updates. There is no limit to the number of neighborhoods you can sign up for!

Hey, Greatwood and New Territory! Your neighborhoods are split by service areas. Greatwood residents click here and New Territory residents click here to find out which area you belong to.

If you live in First Colony Community Services Association (FCCSA), please type in the name of your individual neighborhood (ex. Woodstream).