City of Sugar Land publishes results of citizen survey
The City of Sugar Land has announced the results of the Citizen Satisfaction Survey.
According to the city, the survey was conducted by Fort Bend County-based Creative Consumer Research by phone over the course of two weeks.
Some survey highlights include that 93 percent of those surveyed rated the quality of life in the city as excellent or good and that the city is well planned for retail, office and residential purposes. Residents also were generally satisfied with city parks and facilities and the police department.
Areas listed as needing improvement included police visibility, the city's cable television channel, mobility and traffic and cultural arts.
Complete survey results can be read online at www.sugarlandtx.gov.
The city of Sugar Land takes its name from the sugar cane crop originally brought from Cuba in the early 1800s that launched a business for the town. The city was once a company town and eventually incorporated in 1959. Its estimated population in 2011 was 84,511 people. It is governed by a city manager and council. The current city manager is Allen Bogard. City Hall is located at 2700 Town Center Blvd. F
For more information, call 281-275-2700.
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