Amid the economic fallout from the COVID-19 pandemic, we want to provide our local small-business owners with a one-stop-shop where you can learn about and apply for federal, state, and local financial support and recovery programs.
The Board of Directors of Bryan Texas Utilities (BTU) voted to extend a rate-reduction measure, which was originally set to expire at the end of May. The reduction of the power supply adjustment by one-half will result in an approximate 15% reduction in electric costs for customers.
One of the most unique aspects of the recently adopted Midtown Area Plan – Pattern Zoning – was given a Merit Award in the Emerging Projects category from the Center for New Urbanism (CNU) as part of the organization’s 2020 Charter Awards.
The Phillips Event Center is now owned by the City of Bryan, after the Bryan City Council accepted the property as a donation from Wallace Phillips of the 1980 Phillips Group, LCC, at their May 18, 2020 meeting.
Children under age 5 are one of the largest groups of undercounted people in the United States. Population counts from the Census are used to fund programs that directly affect children in our community, and being undercounted means being underfunded.
On Monday, May 25, 2020, the City of Bryan Municipal Office Building and all other city administrative offices will be closed in observance of Memorial Day. City offices will resume normal operating hours on Tuesday, May 26, 2020.
As a result of more than 18 months of community outreach, economic research, stakeholder feedback sessions, and problem solving, the Bryan City Council unanimously approved adopting the Midtown Area Plan at its May 12, 2020 meeting.
The City of Bryan is collecting information regarding economic impacts to our small businesses (under 500 employees) as a result of the coronavirus. Your responses are very important. They will be used to help guide city in preparation of a small business recovery plan.
Several City of Bryan buildings will soon begin reopening to the public on a limited basis. Members of the public are still encouraged to continue conducting business with the city remotely, where possible.
The City of College Station and the Bryan Business Council (BBC) have partnered with the Brazos Valley Council of Governments to create a Bridge Loan Program to assist small businesses that have seen a substantial reduction in revenue due to the COVID-19 outbreak.
As the community transitions from responding to recovering from the COVID-19 pandemic, the cities of Bryan and College Station, Brazos County and the Brazos County Health District have formed the BCS Operation Restart Task Force.
While the libraries are closed due to the coronavirus, the Virtual eCard will allow residents of Brazos County, who do not currently have a library card, to access all of the library system’s online resources, including eBooks, streaming media, digital audio books, digital magazines and more.
Members of the public can continue to conduct business with the City of Bryan and BTU on Friday, April 10, 2020. The city was previously scheduled to be closed, but offices and the BTU drive thru will now be operating from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
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Tax Rate Notice
The City of Bryan adopted a tax rate that will raise more taxes for maintenance and operations than last year’s tax rate. The tax rate will effectively be raised by 4.13 percent and will raise taxes for maintenance and operations on a $100,000 home by approximately $18.89.