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Parks and Trail Vision Plan

The members of Fort Bend Green and the Fort Bend County Parks and Recreation Department are creating a Vision Plan for the future of Fort Bend County’s parks and trails!

What’s YOUR vision for parks, trails, and open spaces in Fort Bend County? Join us at one of our community open houses to learn more about the plan and let your voice be heard!

MEETING LOCATIONS:
Jones Creek Ranch Park, 7714 FM 359 Richmond, TX – 4/15 @ 6PM
Fifth Street Community Center, 3310 5 th St., Stafford, TX – 4/16 @ 6PM
Mustang Community Center, 4521 FM 521, Fresno, TX – 4/17 @ 6PM
Four Corners Recreation Center, 15700 Old Richmond Rd., Sugar Land, TX – 4/18 @ 6PM

See flyer below for more information:

Fort Bend Green and the Fort Bend County Parks and Recreation Department is creating a Vision Plan for the future of Fort Bend County’s parks and trails!

What County-maintained parks, trails, or open spaces would YOU like to see improved? What enhancements to recreational programming and park amenities are needed throughout the County? Let us know in the community survey below!

LINK: Fort Bend County Parks & Trails Vision Plan

April 9, 2024|

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Wednesday, June 19, 2024

The board typically meets on the 3rd Wednesday of the month at 8:30am.

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Current Projects

WILDFLOWER SEEDING

Keep Fort Bend Beautiful, under the guidance of Fort Bend Green, has been researching county-owned properties throughout 2022 to plant wildflowers in areas that would be beneficial to both the public and the County Parks Department.

HARLEM ROAD PARK EXPANSION

Fort Bend Green was approached by members of the Pecan Grove MUD who were interested in pickleball courts.

GREENSPACE ACREAGE IN FBC

Part of Fort Bend Green’s mission is to enhance and encourage green space and park development within the County.

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