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The City of Bryan adopted a tax rate that will raise more taxes for maintenance and operations than last year’s rate. The tax rate will effectively be raised by 2.56 percent and will raise taxes for maintenance and operation on a $100,000 home by approximately $16.

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National Night Out

National Night Out 2016 Celebrate the National Night Out 2016 event in Bryan! Register your block party, and the Bryan PD will come out and bring goodie bags! ... Read More »

Back to School Safety Tips

Back-to-School Safety Gets an A+! Make sure that you and your family have a safe start to the school year. Here are a few back-to-school safety tips to ensure your school year is an A+! ... Read More »

Contact Us If You Experienced Flooding

Contact Us If You Experienced Flooding If you have had flooding, please fill out our online form. Your information will help us better understand the causes of flooding within the Bryan city limits, and it will help us with potential solutions. ... Read More »

How to Keep Mosquitoes Away

How to Keep Mosquitoes Away: City of Bryan Mosquito Abatement Program Want to know how to get rid of mosquitoes? The City's Mosquito Abatement Program can help you control these bad bloodsuckers. ... Read More »

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City Council Approves Construction Contract for New Fire Station #2

City Council Approves Construction Contract for New Fire Station #2

  At the August 23, 2016 regular City Council meeting, the  contract for the construction of a new Fire Station #2 was approved. KBTX’s Blakeley Galbraith highlights this public safety improvement in the “Eye on Your Money” segment. The new station will provide a modern, fully equipped facility for firefighters including adequate storage, a training room, and […]

August 24, 2016 Read More →
KBTX Treat of the Day Highlight: Bryan Citizen Fire Academy Registration

KBTX Treat of the Day Highlight: Bryan Citizen Fire Academy Registration

  Kathleen Witte and Rusty Serette highlight the Bryan Fire Department’s Citizen Fire Academy as a part of the “Treat of the Day” segment! The Citizen Fire Academy is an 8-week program designed to open the lines of communication between the Bryan Fire Department and the community. The course provides a comprehensive overview of how […]

August 16, 2016 Read More →
Mayor Bienski Shares What’s Happening in Bryan

Mayor Bienski Shares What’s Happening in Bryan

  Mayor Jason Bienski shares updates on different projects, special events, and other important information on KBTX’s Brazos Valley This Morning (BVTM).  Learn about the extension of University Drive East, the Oakmont residential/commercial development, highlights of the proposed fiscal year 2017 budget, and more!

August 9, 2016 Read More →