Earth Day celebration slated for April 26

Shown is Joanne Ma,  a Youth Advisory Board Member of  Keep Sugar Land Beautiful.

Shown is Joanne Ma, a Youth Advisory Board Member of Keep Sugar Land Beautiful.

Sugar Land’s Earth Day Celebration – called Reduce, Reuse, Recycle and Rock – will be held April 26, from 1-5 p.m., at Sugar Land Town Square.

Paper shredding will be available at no cost throughout the event in the City Hall parking lot. Paper shredding will follow the following guidelines:

• Residents must remain in their vehicles at all times.

• Walk-ups will not be accepted.

• City staff will remove items from vehicles.

• Residents may not be able to watch their documents get shredded.

• Containers used to transport items and papers will not be returned.

Household hazardous waste will not be accepted this year since curbside collection is available to all residents. To request this service, call Republic Services at (713) 726-7307 or visit to learn more.

Environmental activity booths and performances are planned at Sugar Land Town Square from 1-5 p.m. Enjoy eco-friendly displays and demonstrations, interactive games and educational booths from local organizations. Planned events include:

• a reptile shows by Texas Snakes & More;

• family entertainment by David Chicken;

• a poetry contest hosted by Keep Sugar Land Beautiful; and

• a compressed natural gas (CNG) solid waste collection vehicle for kids to explore.

For more information, contact (281) 275-2450.

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