The Board of Directors of Bryan Texas Utilities (BTU) announced today that rate relief measures have been approved to assist customers during this difficult time.
Bars, restaurant dining rooms ordered to close by 9 p.m. today; Public gatherings of more than 10 prohibited
Effective 9 p.m. tonight (Wednesday, March 18), all bars and restaurant dining rooms in Bryan and College Station will be ordered to close to further reduce the possibility of exposure to COVID-19.
Over the past several months, the world has been facing a growing public health crisis.
En los últimos meses, el mundo ha enfrentado una creciente crisis de salud pública.
Bryan Mayor Andrew Nelson and College Station Mayor Karl Mooney have both declared States of Disaster in their respective cities in response to the COVID-19/coronavirus.
The BTU lobby will be closed to the public until further notice. BTU will only be disconnecting services upon customer request for the next 10 days.
Here’s a list of closures announced today, March 16, 2020, by the City of Bryan.
All programs and meeting room use at all Bryan + College Station Public Library System libraries have been canceled through Sunday, March 22.
As the coronavirus/COVID-19 situation continues to rapidly evolve, the City of Bryan is closely monitoring the situation. We have established a centralized page for all information regarding the city’s response to the coronavirus at bryantx.gov/coronavirus.
It is with a heavy heart that we announce the unexpected passing of Dr. Larry Koeninger on Monday, March 2 at his home. Dr. Koeninger worked for the City of Bryan for more than 10 years as the Director of the Bryan + College Station Public Library System.
Have you ever wondered why the Bryan-College Station area doesn’t have more options for cable and internet service? There are lots of factors at play, but here is a brief synopsis why.