Thanks to the efforts of numerous organizations, businesses and community members, the Children’s Museum of Houston’s special project of establishing the Fort Bend Children’s Discovery Center is closing in on its $3.65 million fundraising goal.
The cities of Sugar Land and Missouri City, as well as several private well owners, are actively working alongside dozens of local service providers to meet groundwater reduction requirements set by the Fort Bend Subsidence District.
Established as an official nonprofit organization in 2008, the Sugar Land Heritage Foundation aims to preserve the history of Sugar Land and has made its mission to assemble a collection that teaches the history of Sugar Land to future generations.
From training Olympic athletes and professional hockey players to offering lessons for first-time ice skaters, Sugar Land Ice and Sports offers a breadth of classes and services for visitors of all ages, experience levels and styles.
Business partners Robert White and Victor Litwinenko decided to open their second restaurant in Sugar Land Town Square about two years ago, but they could not decide whether to offer gourmet burgers or crepes to customers.
The health care industry is growing in Sugar Land and Missouri City, offering residents direct access to more services and new options for treatment and providing students and employees with training programs.