Fort Bend County Commissioners Court approves mobility, parks bonds for Nov. 3 ballot

A total of 59 mobility projects account for the $218.2 million mobility bond, and 24 projects are on the list for the parks bond. (Courtesy Adobe Stock)
A total of 59 mobility projects account for the $218.2 million mobility bond, and 24 projects are on the list for the parks bond. (Courtesy Adobe Stock)

A total of 59 mobility projects account for the $218.2 million mobility bond, and 24 projects are on the list for the parks bond. (Courtesy Adobe Stock)

The Fort Bend County Commissioners Court unanimously approved a $218.2 million mobility bond proposal along with a $38.4 million parks bond proposal to be placed on the Nov. 3 ballot during a special called meeting Aug. 17.

Precinct 3 Commissioner Andy Meyers made the motion to approve, and Precinct 2 Commissioner Grady Presage seconded the motion.

“Everyone on the court has had an opportunity to review, provide input and revisions, and the list of projects that we currently have are the final submission for consideration,” County Auditor Ed Sturdivant said during the meeting.

A total of 59 mobility projects account for the $218.2 million mobility bond, and 24 projects are on the list for the parks bond.

One countywide mobility project is the installation of an emergency network infrastructure monitoring system for $5.4 million. Click here to see a full list of mobility projects.


Two of the costliest parks bond projects include a $6 million Rosenberg Area Youth Center and a $4 million Sugar Land Area Regional Park. To see the full list of these projects, click here.

The mobility bond and parks bond will appear separately on the Nov. 3 Election Day ballot as Proposition A and Proposition B, respectively.
By Beth Marshall
Born and raised in Montgomery County, Beth Marshall graduated from The University of Texas at San Antonio in 2015 with a bachelor's degree in communication and a minor in business. Originally hired as a reporter for The Woodlands edition in 2016, she became editor of the Sugar Land/Missouri City edition in October 2017.