New Territory is a master-planned community within the city of Sugar Land, Texas, United States. It was formerly a census-designated place (CDP) and in the extraterritorial jurisdiction of Sugar Land, in unincorporated Fort Bend County. It was annexed into Sugar Land on December 12, 2017. New Territory has a club with a gymnasium and an exercise room. In a 2009 Houston Chronicle article, Kathy Morrow, a realtor and New Territory resident, said that the community has a "small town" ambience. A large portion of the independent comedy The Legend of Action Man was shot in and around New Territory. It was where the creators of Dingoman productions (Andy Young, Derek Papa & James McEnelly) lived and met before they formed the sketch group and made their feature film.
New Territory is within the Fort Bend Independent School District. The community is within the West Division, controlling school board slots 1 through 3. As of 2008 the board members in the slots are Susan Hohnbaum, Sonal Buchar, and Bob Broxson, respectively.
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