Fulshear Branch Library slated to open to the public soon

The new library has two levels and is built on 5 acres of land near the Texas Heritage Parkway. (Courtesy Fort Bend County Libraries)

Fort Bend County Libraries have revealed that the Fulshear Branch library is set to open in early- 2024. This culmination comes after a five-year endeavor for the county.

Spanning almost 42,000 square feet, the new library will replace the 10,400-square-foot Bob Lutts Fulshear and Simonton Branch Library, which ceased operations on May 13. Situated on 5 acres of land adjacent to the Texas Heritage Parkway, north of FM 1093, the two-story facility is a significant upgrade.

The Ginter family generously donated the approximately 5-acre plot for the new library, according to Meyers. Records from the Fort Bend County Appraisal District indicate that an entity linked to Ginter Family Investments LTD owns around 121 acres immediately north of FM 1093, roughly at the anticipated intersection point with the Texas Heritage Parkway.

The library staff will showcase the full range of resources and services available to the public. See below a list of homes for sale in Katy ISD or contact us! 

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