City of Rosenberg

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Place Category: Business and Visitors BureauPlace Tags: Fort Bend

  • In Rosenberg, we like to balance our business with pleasure, our shining future with our proud past. We strive to shape a Rosenberg that’s right for every lifestyle, in each of its stages. We want to make R-Town, your town.

    With more than 6,500 new home builds since 2010 and an in-city population that eclipsed 41,000 in 2020, Rosenberg is one of Houston’s hottest and most desirable suburbs. The more than 17,000 new residents who have made Rosenberg home since 2000 come from all walks of life but are all seeking the same quality of life components: affordable, high-quality housing, terrific shopping and dining options and a business friendly environment in which to start, expand or relocate a business.

    The cultural balance between Brazos Town Center and the Historic Downtown District respectively offers residents and visitors the opportunity to shop, dine or even live in a cutting edge, mixed-use development or to step back into time with historic buildings, classic car shows, an authentic soda fountain, the renowned Rosenberg Railroad Museum and the world’s only Black Cowboy Museum. The Historic Downtown District is the first and only state-designated Cultural Arts District in Fort Bend County, featuring CAST Theatrical, the Rosenberg Symphonic Band and the Art League of Fort Bend. It also conducts annual festivals and events that attract visitors from across the region. Historic Downtown is home to the City’s annual Rosenberg Christmas Nights celebration, a family friendly event that draws thousands of attendees each December.

    While the Cultural Arts District certainly provides opportunities to glimpse into Rosenberg’s past, it’s not all about history in Rosenberg. The future is brighter than ever. Lamar Consolidated Independent School District is one of the fastest-growing districts in the state, adding new campuses almost every school year. Texas State Technical College opened its Rosenberg campus in 2016 and offers an array of high-tech courses, including Cyber Security and Advanced Robotics. New and expanding industries help assure the local job market keeps pace with the growing technical workforce, and the new 184-acre Rosenberg Business Park, will spur high-end, technical job growth into the future.

    For nature lovers, Seabourne Creek Nature Park offers miles of walking, running and biking trails, fishing at Seabourne Lake and a natural wetlands pond maintained by the Texas Mater Naturalists. Seabourne Creek Sports Complex boasts four state-of-the-art Little League fields and a new Juniors field and is in the process of adding a second Juniors field. Seabourne Park also plays host to the City’s annual Fourth of July Celebration, a summertime staple for thousands of area residents and visitors, and Nature Fest the first weekend in November.

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