With a population nearing 120,000, and 40 percent of League City left to be built out, City Councilmembers and staff are preparing for the future. This includes updating the city’s numerous Master Plans and evaluating the impact fees developers are charged for creating water, wastewater, and mobility infrastructure for future residential and commercial developments.
In his monthly video program, “Short Updates with Nick Long,” League City’s mayor explains the role of impact fees, the importance of updating the City’s master plans, and why he and City Council recently appointed a Charter Review Committee to examine the document that currently outlines how League City is governed.
Share Your Input and Feedback
League City is currently in the process of updating its Master Mobility Plan and it’s Parks, Trails, and Open Spaces Plan. Residents are encouraged to provide their input and feedback by clicking on the survey links below.
Traffic and Mobility Survey
Parks and Recreation Survey