The Houston news has reported some violence at "Cullinan Park" over the summer. Please note, the violent attack(s) did not happen at OUR Joseph S. & Lucie H. Cullinan Park on Hwy 6, but the Cullinan Park on Long Drive in Houston. Although anything can happen anywhere, we are proud to have Sugar Land Police Department and Sugar Land Parks and Recreation monitoring our Park daily with almost no criminal activity reported in the last year there.
Cullinan Park Conservancy (CPC) is pleased to announce the Officers of the Board of Directors for 2018. Executive Director Angie Wierzbicki said, “I’m delighted that Gary Tuma agreed to a second term as Board President. During this infancy stage of the organization, it’s great to have the continuity of his leadership for another year.” Gary Tuma, retired CEO of Smart Financial Credit Union, will lead the Conservancy in his second term as President. Tuma has been [...]
Cullinan Park Conservancy (CPC) announced its 2017 Photo Contest winners at the First Annual “Picnic For the Park” fundraising luncheon on October 20. The contest, which ran from August 1-September 30, had two age categories: Age 30 and under and Over 30, with 113 entries submitted in all. The contest was underwritten by Johnson Development, while community members from Fort Bend sat on the judging committee. All photos were taken at Cullinan Park. First Place for Over 30 [...]
(L to R) CPC Board Members Susie Goff (Secretary), Ann Hamilton (Immediate Past President), Gary Tuma (President), Dan Neale and Doug Lally. The Cullinan Park Conservancy presented a check for $573,717 to the City of Sugar Land at City Council meeting on Feb. 21 for continuing capital improvements to Cullinan Park. This latest contribution builds on $500,000 presented to the City in 2016 by the Conservancy. The 754 acre Cullinan Park, located on Hwy. 6 adjacent to the [...]
Reprinted from City Parks Alliance’s website: http://cityparksalliance.org/news-a-events/3-news/316-lwcf-resolution On June 27, the U.S. Conference of Mayors (USCM) approved a new resolution that supports reauthorization and full funding of the Land and Water Conservation Fund (LWCF). The resolution passed unanimously at the USCM annual meeting in Indianapolis, IN and was co-sponsored by 25 mayors from across the country. Mayor Jim Brainard of Carmel, IN, a member of [...]
This marks a major milestone in the development of the park. News article via FortBendStar.com: