The city of Sugar Land announced it will take over the management of the Farmer's Market at Imperial Park.

The details

The outdoor market in Imperial Park, 234 Matlage Way, Sugar Land, has been operating since 2011 and will transition from the Fort Bend Chamber of Commerce’s to the city's management.

With the market under the city’s ownership, according to an Oct. 3 news release, the city plans to:
  • Maintain a welcoming atmosphere for the community
  • Expand the market's offerings with new experiences, such as themed events, educational workshops and special promotions
  • Foster partnerships with local organizations and groups to strengthen community connections and benefit residents
A closer look

The Farmer’s Market at Imperial Park offers:
  • Ready-to-eat foods
  • Spices, farm-fresh eggs
  • Grass-fed meats
  • Local honey
  • Treats for pets
  • Handcrafted jewelry and clothing
  • Food trucks
  • Live music
What they’re saying

“This transition signifies our dedication to supporting local businesses, nurturing community connections and enhancing the quality of life for our residents,” said Kimberly Terrell, assistant director of parks and recreation for the city, in the release. “We look forward to building upon the market’s legacy and providing an even more enriching experience for all who visit.”