Get ready for a lineup of fall events in Sugar Land as the city gears up to host a series of events for residents and visitors alike.

Sept. 15: Parking Day Experience

Sugar Land Town Square will host the city's first Parking Day Experience. This international event, known as PARK(ing) Day, invites the public to creatively transform parking spaces into miniature parks. The event aims to bring the community together and foster business engagement. Applications for participation are open throughout August, allowing community members to embrace their imagination and turn a parking spot into a unique park for a day.Sept. 23: Sugar Land's Fall Fest

Sugar Land Town Square will transform into a festive hub for the Fall Fest. This event promotes an array of fall-themed activities, including an artisans market, culinary delicacies and much more. The main stage will feature live musical performances and dance acts, while the family fun zone will offer hands-on art and craft projects led by local businesses and community groups, according to the city website.Oct. 19: Yappy Hour

Pet lovers might be interested in attending Yappy Hour at Pawm Springs Dog Park. The park, located within Sugar Land Memorial Park, will come alive with pet-friendly activities, music, and a variety of food and drinks. This will be an opportunity to bond with furry companions while indulging in a range of free activities and entertainment.Oct. 27-29: Sugar Land's Haunted House

Prepare for thrills and chills at the Sugar Land Haunted House. The Imperial Park Recreation Center will transform into a spine-tingling haunt. Details on timings and ticket information will soon come available on the Sugar Land city website and associated social media handles.Get involved

For more details about these fall events or to become an event sponsor, reach out to the Sugar Land Parks and Recreation Department at 281-275-2825, or visit the official website. Stay updated on all the happenings by following Sugar Land Parks and Recreation on Facebook, X (formerly Twitter) and Instagram @SugarLandParks.