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Allen Bogard for Fort Bend Commissioner PCT. 3

A resilient leader with 40 years in local government and a passion for family, history, and patriotic affiliations.

Meet Allen

Allen comes from humble beginnings. His father's family were tenant farmers in Waller County, near Pattison, back at the turn of the last century. His mother was a Gold Star Daughter, having lost her father during World War II.


Allen also lost his father when he was a young child, leaving his single mother and five siblings dependent upon community and church support. If not for Social Security Benefits, his family would not have survived. Allen learned the value of work early in life, helping to support his family through various odd jobs. He supported his mother while attending Nursing School, by caring for his younger siblings.

He was the first in his family to graduate high school and went on to complete both bachelor’s and master’s degrees in political science and public administration while working full-time jobs and beginning to raise a family of his own.

All along the way, Allen was mentored by members of “The Greatest Generation” instilling in him traditional, patriotic values and a strong work ethic.

Learning the importance that local government can have on the lives of everyday people, Allen began a four-decade-long career in local government. Culminating in his appointment as City Manager for the city of Sugar Land in 2001, he served Precinct 3 residents for 20 years as the City’s CEO.

Allen Bogard for Fort Bend Commissioner PCT. 3
Allen Bogard for Fort Bend Commissioner PCT. 3


  • President, Sugar Land Development Corporations and Authorities

  • Vice Chair, Texas Energy Center

  • Board Member, Greater Fort Bend Economic Development Council

  • Board Member, Fort Bend TIRZ One, Sugar Land Town Square (current)

  • Board Member, Gulf Coast Water Authority (current)


  • Career Excellence Award, International City/County Management Association

  • Administrator of The Year, Texas City Management Association

  • Mentoring Award, Texas City Management Association

  • Community Spirit Award, Fort Bend Chamber of Commerce

  • Outstanding Alumni, University of North Texas

  • Creator of Award-Winning Multicultural Program

Allen Bogard for Fort Bend Commissioner PCT. 3


  • Safest City, Best Places Recognitions

  • AAA Bond Ratings

  • Sugar Land Town Square and Hotel/Conference Center

  • Constellation Field Ballpark

  • Smart Financial Center

  • Houston Museum of Natural Science, Sugar Land

  • Major Business Locations and Expansions

  • University of Houston, Sugar Land

  • Outstanding Medical Facilities

  • Highly rated services with a low Tax Burden for residents through Homestead and Over-65 Tax Exemptions

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Allen’s blended family includes six children and six grandchildren. Two adult children have homes in Precinct 3. With his beloved English Bulldog, Phebe, it makes for a full house for family events. He takes great pride in his two granddaughters attending Texas A&M University.

Allen's hobbies include fishing and a love for American history and family genealogy. Allen is a proud member of the Sons of the Republic of Texas and the Sons of the American Revolution, both patriotic lineage societies.

Allen Bogard for Fort Bend Commissioner PCT. 3
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