What feedback would you like to provide to the City Council on the revised final draft Land Use Plan as recommended by the citizen-led Land Use Advisory Committee?
Since 2013, a citizen committee—the Land Use Advisory Committee—has been diligently working on an update to the Land Use Plan which will guide future land use decisions in the city of Sugar Land. The Committee’s recommendations in the Land Use Plan aim to preserve the city’s single-family residential neighborhoods while ensuring Sugar Land continues to be a premier place to live, work, shop and play within the region. Recommendations were based on a four-year process that included extensive efforts to engage the community and gather input. Public participation included meetings, Online Town Halls, an educational forum series and more.
The city of Sugar Land is committed to collaborating with the community to best balance the various land uses that will be necessary to allow the city to continue to provide first-rate services and protect citizens’ best interests in the near and long-term: preserving our home town, building our future.
Revised Final Draft
The draft Land Use Plan has been revised by the LUAC based on January 2018 City Council direction to review and reconsider the recommendations related to multi-family residential. Overall the recommendations of the Plan have not changed; however, some minor modifications have been made to better reflect the intent of the recommendations and prevent their misinterpretation.
The modifications to the Plan are highlighted in the document in the link below.
Provide your feedback on the revised final draft Land Use Plan below. A summary of feedback from registered users with addresses within Sugar Land city limits and extra-territorial jurisdiction (ETJ) will be provided to City Council at the public hearing and discussion scheduled for June 26th, 2018.
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