As a result of more than 18 months of community outreach, economic research, stakeholder feedback sessions, and problem solving, the Bryan City Council unanimously approved adopting the Midtown Area Plan at its May 12, 2020 meeting.
Building Safety Month is an international campaign by the International Code Council that takes place in May to raise awareness about building safety.
After more than a year of community input and planning, the proposed Midtown Area Plan is now available. The plan includes ideas and concepts that will guide the City of Bryan staff and property owners as Bryan’s Midtown area redevelops over the next several years
In 2019, the City of Bryan issued 594 permits for single-family homes, setting a new record for the community and continuing a steady trend of single-family home building in Bryan.
The City of Bryan would like to introduce Lisa Miller as the City’s new Drainage Inspector. Lisa started her environmental compliance career in 2002 in the consulting industry, and then spent six years in municipal compliance with the City of Waco. Lisa has 17 years of experience working with the Construction General Permit and six […]
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 […]
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.