Join us at the Legends Event Center on Thursday, April 4, from 11 a.m. – 1 p.m., for an opportunity to explore all that the City of Bryan has to offer.
- Water fountains are shut off for the winter.
Protect the Four P’s
When temperatures drop, it’s important to remember to protect the Four P’s (People, Pets, Pipes and Plants).
- Limit your time outside. If and when you go outside, be sure to wear weather appropriate clothing or layer warm clothing to avoid hypothermia (abnormally low body temperature).
- Check on family, friends and neighbors who may need help winterizing.
- Pets should be brought indoors or provided with a warm place to sleep. If you are cold, they are too!
- Protect outdoor facets and pipes with covers.
- Let cold water faucets drip indoors and open cabinets with plumbing to circulate heat to prevent pipes from freezing.
- Cover plants that will not withstand the cold or bring them indoors.
Always use extra caution when driving in any type of inclement weather.
- Remove ice from your vehicle before you drive.
- Slow down. Rain, sleet, and snow can limit visibility, giving drivers less time to recognize danger.
- Ensure windshield wipers, headlights and tail lights are functioning properly.
- Overpasses and bridges pose the greatest risk of icing. Take extra precautions when driving over them.
- Report downed powerlines or trees by calling 979.822.3777 or online.
- Traveling out of town? Check driving conditions on Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT) roads before leaving, by visiting DriveTexas.org.
Stay Warm and Safe
While heating your home this winter, be sure to follow these importance safety tips:
In emergencies, the Brazos Community Emergency Operations Center may send out notifications via text message.
City Social Media
Follow city social media channels for up-to-date notices.
Know the Terms
Advisories: Be Aware
Watches: Be Prepared
Warnings: Take Action