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Sugar Lakes is a great community of 600 homes located in Sugar Land, Texas. We are located just off US-59 South of Houston. Amenities include beautiful lakes and a recreational facility that features a clubhouse, swimming pool, tennis courts, playground, softball field and basketball court. There is also a city park in the neighborhood.
The Sugar Lakes Homeowners Association is managed by a Board of Trustees, elected by the residents. Administrative services are provided by Bedrock Association Management, LLC.
Welcome to the official website of the Sugar Lakes Homeowners Association! If you have ideas or suggestions to make this site better, please contact Fanny Jetton, Bedrock Association Management, LLC, at fjetton@bedrocktx.com
~ Message from City of Sugar Land ~

Dear Resident –

Sugar Land’s Emergency Operations Center remains fully staffed to respond to weather-related issues as we continue to monitor the high-water across the city. We received more than 9 inches of rain Tuesday evening and, while our pumps and drains are operating normally, the large amount of rain we received in a short period of time exceeded the capacity of our storm drains. Please continue to follow official City of Sugar Land sources for information including the City’s webpage dedicated to this rain event at www.sugarlandtx.gov/MayRainEvent and on social media (https://www.facebook.com/SugarLandTXgov/, https://nextdoor.com/agency-detail/tx/sugar-land/city-of-sugar-land/and https://twitter.com/SugarLandtxgov).


The majority of street flooding in Sugar Land has cleared, but we still have some impassable streets. They include Sweetwater from St. Andrews to Austin Parkway, Williams Trace from Austin Parkway to Williams Grant, Settlers Way from Frontier to Austin Parkway, Austin Parkway from the Foundation Apartments (across from Mercer) to Commonwealth, Commonwealth from Austin Pkwy to LJ Parkway and Grants Lake at Picasso. You can check real-time traffic updates at its.sugarlandtx.gov.


Areas still experiencing street flooding will require additional time for the levee improvement districts to pump out the water. With levee flood gates closed due to the elevation of the Brazos River, these areas are operating on pumps. Streets are designed to store water during heavy rainfall events, and these areas are located in the lowest area of the levee district. We are seeing the floodwater recede as the levee district pumps down the floodwaters. All levee districts in Sugar Land have reported pumps are operating normally.

We’ve responded to reports of more than 100 abandoned vehicles since yesterday. More rainfall is forecast this week. For questions, concerns or to ask about abandoned vehicles, call 311.


Report homes that flooded at www.sugarlandtx.gov/OnlineTownHall.


Brazos River Park and Sugar Land Memorial Park, including our dog park, are closed until further notices.


Depending on the duration and intensity, residents should plan for the possibility of more street flooding. Please help us keep storm drains clear in between storms passing through our area. If you notice a storm drain that's blocked with debris, please clear the obstruction. It's also important to report missing manhole covers. Should we receive more sustained rainfall, this will help keep our community safe.



Carrie Paxton-Lamke
Community Engagement Manager
Office of the City Manager
City of Sugar Land

2700 Town Center Blvd. North
Sugar Land, TX 77479
281-275-2401 Office
832-374-5431 Cell

~ Homeowner Updates/Forum ~
Neighborhood Safety
Posted on Jan 25th, 2019

There have been a couple of instances lately where a man has come to residents homes, knocked on their doors and stated that the was a member of the Fort Bend Sheriff’s Department.  Should this individual or anyone approach your home in a way that makes you feel uncomfortable, please call 281.275.2020 and report the incident.  Should you feel it is an emergency, please dial 911.


The safety of our neighborhood depends on our residents sharing information and speaking up when they see something unusual or suspect.  Please… if you see something, say something.