Donated to the City of Bryan by the Brazos Heritage Society in 1993, Heritage Park is a neighborhood park with an historical flair. The gazebo in the middle of the park is named after Matthew Winsper Knobel and is very popular for hosting outdoor weddings.
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Address: 500 East 20th Street Amenities: Basketball Court Swings Brazos Valley African American Museum Picnic Tables with BBQ Grills Area Lighting Parking This park is the site of the new African American National Heritage Society Museum. It is located on East 20th Street between Houston St. and Preston St. across from the North Bryan Community […]
The phrase “Better in Bryan” isn’t just a saying to us – it’s our mission. What makes Bryan better? It’s our community, our citizens, and our staff, who personify the spirit of Bryan.
The Facility Maintenance group provides various levels of maintenance to 26 City buildings and facilities as well as 45 parks and parks buildings. The Department’s responsibilities range from light to moderate remodeling including carpentry, plumbing, painting, HVAC, and lighting, to electronic energy management systems, electronic access/security control systems, playground construction/maintenance, graffiti removal, parks […]
City Celebrates Year One Success of Corridor Beautification Partnership, Announces Year Two Funding Availability
Are you a business owner along Texas Avenue? Join us for an informational session on the Corridor Beautification Partnership matching grant program.
Picnic pavilions are available for rental through the Parks and Recreation Office. Most parks have family-oriented accommodations with lighted pavilions, restrooms, playgrounds, volleyball courts, tennis courts, basketball courts, nature trails, exercise trails, picnic tables, and barbecue grills. Pavilions are now available for rental half days or full days: Half Day (7am–2pm) or (4pm–11pm) For more […]
Like many Texas communities in the mid- and late-19th century, Bryan began as a small-town stop along the state’s expanding railway system. But almost from the beginning, Bryan was different: It quickly distinguished itself from the many other railway stops across the state by flourishing into a vibrant–and permanent–center of business and trade. In the […]