The City of Bryan’s Community Development Advisory Committee will host two public hearings on Thursday, June 8, at 6 p.m. in the Basement Training Room of Bryan City Hall.
On Monday, May 29, City of Bryan offices will be closed in observance of Memorial Day and will resume normal operating hours on Tuesday, May 30. Garbage, and brush and bulky collections will run as normal.
The work will require a full road closure to through traffic from West Villa Maria Road to Edge Street. Access to homes and businesses will be provided throughout construction. The city’s general contractor will reach out to each property owner in the construction zone to discuss access. The closure is expected to last until mid-November.
Some residents may see smoke emanating in areas of Historic Downtown Bryan as field crews from the City of Bryan’s Water Services perform smoke testing on sanitary sewer lines. This work is dry weather dependent and may be postponed due to rain. Testing starts May 1 and could continue intermittently through the end of June […]
Building Safety Month is an international campaign by the International Code Council that is celebrated in May to raise awareness about building safety, and we are recognizing this important month right here in Bryan. Building Safety Month reinforces the need for the adoption of modern, regularly-updated building codes, and helps individuals, families and businesses understand what it takes to create safe and sustainable structures.
Bea Saba, Library Director of the Bryan + College Station Public Library System, was recognized at the May 2 Bryan City Council meeting for winning the 2023 Outstanding Services to Libraries Award by the Texas Library Association (TLA).
On April 11, Bryan City Council approved a $5.1 million construction contract for new outdoor amenities to Legends Event Center and Midtown Lake. The funds were already included in the overall budget for Travis Bryan Midtown Park.
What do lifeguard shifts look like? I’m not certified, can I still apply? We’ve got answers to these questions and more.
You have likely noticed BTU crews out and about, working on power lines and other electrical equipment in our community. As we celebrate National Lineworker Appreciation Month, we hope you can join us in recognizing just how crucial these unsung heroes are in powering our daily lives.
Some residents may see smoke emanating from northeast Bryan as field crews from the City of Bryan’s Water Services perform smoke testing on sanitary sewer lines.
The City of Bryan is in the process of updating the Flood Mitigation Plan and wants the public’s input at a kickoff meeting on Tuesday, April 4 from 5:30 – 7 p.m. at Bryan City Hall in Council Chambers.
On Friday, April 7, City of Bryan offices will be closed in observance of the Good Friday holiday and will resume normal operating hours on Monday, April 10.
Some residents may see smoke emanating from northwest Bryan as the city’s contractor performs smoke testing on sanitary sewer lines.
Work to install a new storm sewer pipe along Copperfield Drive is still in progress, due to unforeseen conflicts with existing utilities. There is approximately 200 more feet of roadway still under construction that will remain partially open; however, motorists should use caution when traveling through the work zone.
The City of Bryan’s Community Development Advisory Committee will host two public hearings during their regular meeting on Thursday, March 9, at 6 p.m. in the Basement Training Room of Bryan City Hall.
Row-by-row the shelves cover the floor, each one containing its own universe. New worlds are born amid these shelves where the past, the present and the future coexist. Spanning three locations across two cities, the Bryan + College Station Public Library is a place of research, exploration, and discovery for all ages.
Beginning Monday, Feb. 20, the eastbound lane of Pendleton Drive will be closed from the Residence at Oakmont Apartment Complex driveway to Maroon Creek Drive. Complex residents will still have access to enter and exit. Other residents will need to enter the neighborhood from University Drive.
Spend your summer having fun and hanging out with friends, working for City of Bryan’s Parks and Recreation Department! With flexible schedules and competitive pay, you’ll be able to balance your free time and earn some extra cash over the summer. Ages 16+ are invited to apply.