From parks to storm water and road improvements to sidewalks, residents will have the opportunity to give input on some projects and see big progress made on others. Here are 12 public improvement projects in Bryan to keep your eye on this year.
Building Safety Month is an international campaign by the International Code Council that takes place in May to raise awareness about building safety.
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.
The City of Bryan is waiving fees for permits required for repairs related to winter storm damage at residential and commercial properties.
Here are tips you can use to make sure you find a reputable contractor and to make sure your storm damage repairs are done right.
The City of Bryan’s Planning and Development Services Department is one of only 37 across the state of Texas to be selected as a recipient of the 2020 Richard R. Lillie, FAICP Planning Excellence Recognition Program from the Texas Chapter of the American Planning Association.
With the 2020 holiday season just around the corner, we have to make a few adjustments to Site Development Review Committee (SDRC) submission deadline and review cycles. View the full SDRC holiday schedule The City of Bryan will be closed on Nov. 26 and 27 for the Thanksgiving holiday. Therefore, the SDRC will not issue […]
Several updates to the city’s landscaping ordinance will go into effect on Nov. 1, which will result in higher quality and more visually appealing developments in Bryan.
Woodville Road will be closed between Woody Lane and Old Hearne Road from Friday, Sept. 11, 2020 until further notice as part of the Woodville Road Sewer Line Improvements Project.
Doing some home renovations? Before you get started, make sure you check with the City of Bryan’s Development Services Department to see if you need a permit to do the work.