Sienna Management District

About the District


The District is a special district created under Article III, Section 52 and Article XVI, Section 59 of the Texas Constitution, and was created by Senate Bill 1885 of the Texas Legislature, 78th Regular Session, effective May 28, 2003, and codified in Chapter 3829 of the Special District Local Laws Code, as amended. The District consists of approximately 370 acres. It is located in northeast Fort Bend County, Texas, approximately 22 miles southwest of downtown Houston. The District is approximately 11 miles west of the intersection of Texas State Highway 6 and Texas State Highway 288, approximately 2 miles west of the Fort Bend Parkway Toll Road and approximately 8 miles east of the intersection of Texas State Highway 6 and U.S. Highway 59. The District is located within the master‐planned community of Sienna. The District lies entirely within the boundaries of Fort Bend Independent School District and the Sienna Parks and Levee Improvement District of Fort Bend County, Texas (“SPLID”), and partially within the city limits of the City of Missouri City, Texas and the City of Missouri City Tax Increment Reinvestment Zone No. 3. Of the 370 acres in the District, approximately 345 acres lie within the city limits and approximately 311 acres lie within the boundaries of the TIRZ.