City of Sugar Land Update December 9, 2020

Sugar Land 101 Applications are Available Through December 22

The city of Sugar Land is accepting applications through Dec. 22 for the next Sugar Land 101 class scheduled to be held virtually in January through March 2021. Sugar Land 101 participants learn about city operations from Sugar Land’s top managers. The class also includes a leadership development component as well as virtual tours of city facilities.

Those applying for Sugar Land 101 must be a resident of Sugar Land for at least one year, a registered voter, over 21 years of age, not currently holding or running for elected office and willing to attend the 7-week session. For more information about Sugar Land 101, visit www.sugarlandtx.gov/SL101 and to submit your application, visit https://volunteer.sugarlandtx.gov/.

We Need Your Feedback – Please Take the Sugar Land Mobility Survey

Did you know that mobility has been identified as the number one priority of Sugar Land residents? In an effort to keep Sugar Land moving, the City is taking a different approach to addressing mobility planning by shifting the focus from moving vehicles to moving people. This renewed focus will guide transportation investments, policy decisions, and prioritized programs for the City into the future.

Mobility is critical to our city’s continued high quality of life and this planning process will help define a path to maintain and improve mobility for all our citizens in the future. So tell us how YOU like to move by completing the City of Sugar Land Mobility Survey https://bit.ly/3jCcLxA. The goal of the survey is to inform the planning process to understanding your thoughts, concerns, and preferences for mobility as a Sugar Land resident, employee, business owner, or visitor.

It only takes about 15 minutes to define the future of mobility planning in Sugar Land! Stay engaged throughout the process by visiting: www.sugarlandtx.gov/MobilityMasterPlan