On December 10, 2018, the Development Services Department welcomed a new team member – Staff Planner Katie Williams. Katie is a graduate of Indiana University with a bachelor’s degree in Geography and the University of Illinois at Chicago with a Master’s degree in Urban Planning and Policy. Her Master’s degree focus was on urban design […]
Bank on Brazos Valley (BOBV), an educational outreach program designed to improve the financial stability of individuals and families in our community, will host the “Passport to Financial Wellness” Credit Fair at the Neal Recreation Center. This is a “come and go” event where you can learn about smart savings, improving your credit, and jumpstarting your child’s interest in financial success.
The Corridor Beautification Partnership was established in January 2017 in response to citizen concern for the appearance and economic vitality of the Texas Avenue corridor.
Don’t get stuck with shoddy roof repairs, or get scammed by an unethical contractor. Here’s info you need so you can find a reputable contractor and insure the repair work is done right.
Historic Downtown Bryan illustrates what it means to be “great” through design, functionality, sustainability, character, quality, and community participation.
A property once condemned by the City of Bryan’s Building and Standards Commission now stands as one of the City’s most recent success stories.
For the last 13 months, a Planning and Zoning Commission subcommittee has been researching solutions to address land use and structures commonly referred to as “stealth dorms”, i.e., by-the-room occupancy of single-family homes in established Bryan neighborhoods. Click to view the Subcommittee’s recommendation to the Planning and Zoning Commission. On September 21, 2017, the Planning […]
Congratulations to our Development Services staff for working hard to serve citizens well! Only a few Texas cities were selected to receive this honor last year.
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