Texas’s deregulated energy market allows customers to select the electricity provider of their choice, as well as the ability to change service providers at any time. In Sugar Land, CenterPoint Energy provides and maintains the electric infrastructure for each electric distributor, enabling businesses and residents within the city limits access to the power grid with affordable rates.
CenterPoint Energy also provides natural gas to Sugar Land. Large industrial consumers have other options for purchasing gas, including long-term contracts with rates varying on specific factors.
Water & Wastewater
Serving the incorporated city limits, the City of Sugar Land Water Utilities Division offers 24-hour on-call service and oversees the administration and operation of the city’s water production and treatment, water distribution, wastewater collection, wastewater treatment and customer service. The city’s water supply, winner of the Best Tasting Water in America (2019) by the AWWA, is a combination of well water and treated surface water from Oyster Creek and the Brazos River.
Sugar Land’s communications infrastructure is provided and maintained by AT&T and then redistributed through a number of providers.
Sugar Land Public Utilities
When it comes to digitally connecting with the world, Sugar Land has an extensive fiber optic network, DSL high speed bandwidth, and also the option for high-speed internet service via cable.
Located off major Interstate 69/U.S. Highway 59 and 90 and State Highway 6, Sugar Land has the infrastructure needed to transport goods throughout Texas and across the United States, as well as around the world.
With its close proximity to Houston’s I-10, I-45, and U.S Highway 290, Sugar Land is connected to other large Texas cities, including the Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex, San Antonio, and Austin, as well as other major cities across the United States.
The Port of Houston, located on the East side of Houston Loop 610, is a short 30 miles from the heart of Sugar Land, and Port Freeport is a little over an hour’s drive, easily accessible via State Highway 6 to State Highway 288, which runs directly to the port.