At their special meeting on Nov. 14, the Bryan City Council approved a ground lease to SMBG Bryan, LLC to construct a multiuse recreation and entertainment facility on 5.6 acres in Travis Bryan Midtown Park along the southwest shore of Midtown Lake near the intersection of West Villa Maria Road and South College Avenue.
Legends Event Center’s grand opening is set for Saturday, Dec. 10 from 10 a.m. – 2 p.m. and will feature a variety of free activities, games, performances, food, and demonstrations on uses of the 122,000+ square-foot facility.
Don’t let danger spoil your Halloween! According to the National Safety Council, “Children are more than twice as likely to be hit by a car or killed on Halloween than any other day of the year.” To ensure a safe holiday, here’s five ways you can stay safe and spooky this Halloween.
The Bryan City Council has a long history of supporting the Bryan Police Department (BPD) and has funded every budget request made in the last 13 years, since current Police Chief Buske has led the department.
Copperfield Drive between Park Meadow Lane and Coppercrest Drive will be open, beginning at 2 p.m. on Oct. 11, 2022. Work to install a new storm sewer pipe is still being completed, so motorists should use caution when traveling through the work zone.
Help support a good cause – and enjoy a good meal, too! The City of Bryan will host its 16th Annual Hamburger Fundraiser, with all proceeds directly benefiting the United Way of the Brazos Valley (UWBV).
The City of Bryan is partnering with the private developer of the Park Hudson Senior Living Center to improve the storm sewer system along Copperfield Drive to increase capacity. Copperfield will be temporary closed between Park Meadow Lane and Coppercrest Drive from Oct. 5 to Nov. 2 for the installation of a new storm sewer pipe and the repaving of the road.
With just two months left before Legends Event Center is set to open its doors, residents passing by Travis Bryan Midtown Park may notice some changes happening at the park. The construction fencing around the park is being removed this week, but that doesn’t mean the work is complete.
Now that we’re starting to see cooler weather and pumpkin-spiced everything, we thought we would share three things you can explore in Bryan this fall. So throw on your scarves, grab your favorite warm beverage, light those spiced candles, and settle in for how you can make the most of this autumn season.
The Bryan Fire Department Fire Prevention Poster Contest is back this year. Kids in Pre-K through 12th grade in Bryan are encouraged to use their artistic skills to help bring awareness to fire prevention.
The City of Bryan’s Communications & Marketing Department was recently recognized on both a state and national level by several different organizations. This year, the department collectively won 27 state and national awards.
On Monday, Sept. 5, 2022, the City of Bryan Municipal Office Building and all other city administrative offices will be closed in observance of Labor Day. City offices will resume normal operating hours on Tuesday, Sept. 6, 2022.
Gain an inside look at the Bryan Police Department with the Bryan Citizen Police Academy. This 8-week course will provide participants with the opportunity to gain a behind-the-scenes view of the Bryan Police Department (BPD) and learn how, as residents, they can support community safety.
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