On April 11, Bryan City Council approved a $5.1 million construction contract for new outdoor amenities to Legends Event Center and Midtown Lake. The funds were already included in the overall budget for Travis Bryan Midtown Park.
Parks & Recreation
What do lifeguard shifts look like? I’m not certified, can I still apply? We’ve got answers to these questions and more.
Spend your summer having fun and hanging out with friends, working for City of Bryan’s Parks and Recreation Department! With flexible schedules and competitive pay, you’ll be able to balance your free time and earn some extra cash over the summer. Ages 16+ are invited to apply.
Legends Event Center’s grand opening is set for Saturday, Dec. 10 from 10 a.m. – 2 p.m. and will feature a variety of free activities, games, performances, food, and demonstrations on uses of the 122,000+ square-foot facility.
Dedicated to preserving green spaces and community programming, we want to highlight the City of Bryan’s Parks & Recreation Department. Let’s dive into the many ways Parks & Recreation impacts our community.
Grab your grass skirts and flower leis for a Senior Luau Dance at the Brazos Center on Aug. 18. Seniors ages 55+ can enjoy an evening with live entertainment, food, door prizes and more.
The City of Bryan’s newly renovated Travis Fields at Travis Bryan Midtown Park has been selected as an APWA Project of the Year – Structures, $5 Million to $25 Million, by the Texas Chapter of the American Public Works Association.
Veterans will be honored in a new way at the Bryan City Cemetery, beginning this fall. Ellen Fuller with Wreaths Across America is spearheading an effort to construct a granite memorial honoring Brazos Valley veterans that will be located in the veterans section of Bryan City Cemetery.
Six of Bryan parks throughout the community are set to receive new or replacement playgrounds, after the Bryan City Council approved the purchase and installation of nearly $1 million worth of playgrounds at their April meeting.
As summer gets closer and closer, residents looking for a fun and engaging summer job opportunity don’t have to look any further than Bryan Parks & Recreation. The city is still looking for fun-loving employees for its signature summer camp programs throughout the summer. And, the best part is – pay has just been increased to start at $10/hour!