Lane Seeks Re-Election for Sugar Land City Council At-Large Position 2

Jennifer Lane.

Jennifer Lane is seeking re-election to a third term for Sugar Land City Council.  In 2018, Lane was first elected and in 2020 ran unopposed to serve as At-Large Position 2 City Councilmember.

“As I continue to serve the residents of Su-gar Land, I am truly honored to have the support of the community, and I am dedicated to keeping the City a place to raise your family, conduct business and live a good life,” said Lane, a 21-year resident of Sugar Land.  “My commitment to all the citizens is unwavering.”

During Lane’s terms on council, the City of Sugar Land has thrived with 95% of the Citizen Satisfaction Survey being proud to call Sugar Land home. The city also has been recognized as one of the safest midsize Cities in America, recipient of the Distinguished Budget Award and voted Best Suburb among numerous other awards.

Lane serves as Mayor Pro-tem, is on the Compensation Committee, is President of the Sugar Land Development Corporation (4A) and is alternate to the HGAC Transportation Policy Council. Lane is also a current committee member of the Sugar Land Heritage Foundation board and is a member of the Sugar Land Lions Club. In addition, she has served on the Economic Development Committee, Intergovernmental Relations Committee and the Finance and Audit Committee.

From softball and Little League openings to Fourth of July Celebrations, Lane has been involved in many community activities and events. As a councilmember, she helped welcome the Houston Astros and Triple-A baseball team, Space Cowboys, to Sugar Land and is looking forward to the upcoming season.

Through flood events, Winter Storm Uri and the covid pandemic, Lane has worked with her fellow councilmembers and staff to address flood concerns, find resolution due to trash and debris issues and has helped to support and pivot the economy and businesses. Lane is committed to continue to represent the residents, work on drainage and infrastructure, be transparent and fiscally responsible and keep Sugar Land the safest city to live, work and play.

Lane has three sons, enjoys raising cattle with her father and has a BA in Business. The City’s General Election Day is May 7th, 2022.