This year marks the 150th anniversary of the City of Bryan’s official incorporation in 1871. We’re telling the stories of Bryan’s growth – through the people, places and things that shaped the community.
Residents in south central areas of Bryan may see smoke emanating from various areas beginning the week of Sept. 20, as contractors with the City of Bryan perform smoke testing on sanitary sewer lines.
The City of Bryan’s Communications & Marketing Department was recently recognized on both a state and national level. The department collectively won nine awards, including six first-place awards, for their work in video, e-newsletters, websites and graphic design.
More than 30 items from Bryan’s past will be on display beginning Sept. 3, as part of the City of Bryan’s 150th Anniversary of incorporation celebration. athe 150 Collection features items, photos and documents spanning more than 150 years to offer a peek into the community’s history
On Monday, Sept. 6, 2021, the City of Bryan Municipal Office building and all other city administrative offices will be closed in observance of the Labor Day holiday and will resume normal operating hours on Tuesday, Sept. 7, 2020.
As the City of Bryan gets closer to the official 150th anniversary of incorporation, we continue to add more information to the celebration’s website. Now, an interactive, media-rich timeline of the first half of Bryan’s history is now available.
Residents in central areas of Bryan may see smoke emanating from various areas beginning Aug. 13, as contractors with the City of Bryan perform smoke testing on sanitary sewer lines. The smoke testing helps identify broken pipes and other defects by having field crews inject smoke into the sewer lines through manholes. During this process, […]
City of Bryan Mayor Andrew Nelson was recently recognized for his commitment to the community’s electricity needs. Nelson was awarded the 2021 Public Service Leadership Award by the Texas Public Power Association.
The City of Bryan is seeking youth volunteers for two outreach programs that begin this fall. Youth Advisory Commission The Youth Advisory Commission (YAC) is seeking members who are interested in representing the teen community in Bryan for the 2021-2022 school year. Applicants must be between 13 and 18 years old and enrolled in a […]
As summer draws to a close and children start heading back to school, family life can get pretty hectic. It’s important to remember – and share with your children – some key tips that will help keep them safe and throughout the school year.
In an effort to meet community needs, the Bryan Police Department formed a Mental Health Unit in April 2021 comprised of three officers who have received specific training on how to help people who may be experiencing a mental health crisis.
Residents looking to get a behind-the-scenes look at the Bryan Fire and Police Departments have the perfect opportunity to do so this fall. Both departments have brought back their Citizen Academies, and applications are now being accepted.
Destination Bryan and the City of Bryan invite you to celebrate the City of Bryan’s 150th anniversary this year with the official Bryan, Texas History Tour. This self-guided tour will lead you on a journey through time as you take a look into the legends of our past at more than 20 historical sites and landmarks throughout the city.
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