How can I speak or provide my input at the public hearings scheduled for the July 7th City Council meeting?

In order to limit the spread of COVID-19, as recommended by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the meeting will be conducted online. The City Council Chamber will be limited to 25% capacity. Members of the public wishing to speak during the public hearings scheduled for the July 7th City Council meeting regarding a proposed rezoning and Development Code changes may do so in three ways:

  • Submit written comments before 3:00 p.m. on Tuesday, July 7th at citysec@sugarlandtx.gov, referencing the public hearing in the subject line;
  • Register with the Office of the City Secretary by emailing citysec@sugarlandtx.gov or calling 281-275-2730 by 3:00 p.m. on Tuesday, July 7th  to participate during the posted time of the Public Hearings; or
  • Attend the meeting in person subject to 25% maximum capacity.

Written comments will be read into the record by City Staff. Those who register to participate live during the public hearings will receive instructions from the Office of the City Secretary. The meeting will live stream at https://www.sugarlandtx.gov/1238/SLTV-16-Live-Video or https://www.youtube.com/user/SugarLandTXgov/live. Sugar Land Comcast Cable Subscribers can also tune-in on Channel 16.

Should the Centers of Disease Control, and/or the prevailing appropriate authority, lift the restrictions related to social distancing and the avoidance of large and small gatherings in public spaces prior to 72 hours of the date of the public hearings, the City of Sugar Land will provide notice to the public on the City Council meeting agenda at www.sugarlandtx.gov under “Meeting Agendas.”

For questions or assistance, please contact the Office of the City Secretary (281) 275-2730.

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1. Why did I receive a letter about public hearings?
2. Why is my property being rezoned from Standard Single-Family Residential (R-1) to Hill Area Residential (HR-1)?
3. What are the changes to the HR-1 zoning district regulations?
4. My property is proposed to be rezoned, how will I be affected?
5. How can I speak or provide my input at the public hearings scheduled for the July 7th City Council meeting?
6. What is the Development Code?
7. What is zoning?
8. What is a rezoning?
9. What is the Hill Area Residential (HR-1) zoning district?