On May 3, 2018 Fort Bend County officials gathered for a ribbon-cutting ceremony to celebrate the completion of the Four Corners Multi-Purpose Community Center in Fort Bend County.
The community center, located in Four Corners Park in Precinct 4, is the new home of the Fort Bend County Parks department. Offices for the YMCA and Fresh Water Supply District #2 are now also located in the facility. In addition to housing the relocated offices, the 18,220 square-foot building will provide an office space for multiple law enforcement agencies throughout the county; and is equipped with a full size gymnasium, exercise room and classroom. Bass Construction of Rosenberg constructed the Four Corners Multi-Purpose Community Center for a final cost of $3,054,811, with funding provided by County Assistance District 6.
Judge Bob Hebert said, “This Multi-Purpose Facility coupled with the existing Four Corners Community Center greatly expand the community services available to area residents. We are indebted to Sprint Industries as well as all the volunteers who worked with Commissioner James Patterson, Parks Director Michel Davis and Facilities Manager Jamie Knight to make this complex a reality.”
Pictured Left to Right: Patricia Garner, Precinct 4 Commissioner Project Manager; Jess Stuart; Buck Bass; Jon McGuff, Fort Bend County Facilities Senior Project Manager; Craig Faltysek; Fort Bend County Facilities Director Jamie Knight; Fort Bend County Road & Bridge Commissioner Marc Grant; Precinct 4 Commissioner James Patterson; Fort Bend County Judge Bob Hebert; Precinct 3 Commissioner Andy Meyers; Fort Bend County Parks Director Mike Davis; Abe Sustaita; Crystal Martinez; Ashley Vazquez; Greg Coop; Carmen Martinez