The city of Sugar Land will launch a new self-service portal for its residents on June 14, according to a May 31 news release.

The launch is an an initiative to provide open, easy access to city government and use smart solutions to improve services, the release states.

The portal will streamline the submittal process for plans, permits and licenses to an online only platform.

Other portal features include step-by-step processes for submissions; integration with mapping tools; the ability to start and save permits for submittal at a later date; submitting online inspection requests that allow for multiple inspections; and the ability to add and pay for multiple itemized invoices across multiple devices. To learn more about the transition, visit