The Bryan Aquatic Center will be closed Feb. 3-10, 2020, while we make the Aquatic Center more accessible to everyone in our community.
Parks & Recreation
From stormwater to road repairs to sidewalks to new parks, residents will have the opportunity to give input on some major projects and see progress made on others in 2020.
A new glass-enclosed depot is coming soon to Gloria Stephan Sale Park, thanks to the Sale Foundation. Construction starts in 2020.
Trunk or Treat so Kids can Eat is scheduled for 3 to 6 p.m. on Saturday, Nov. 2, 2019.
The City of Bryan continues its commitment to park improvements across the city.
The City of Bryan’s latest park is now open and ready for use. And, city elected officials and staff are celebrating with the Siena neighborhood by hosting a ribbon cutting at the park.
The splash pad at Tiffany Park will be closed, beginning immediately, for a construction project to improve drainage in and around the pad. Construction is estimated to take approximately 6 to 8 weeks.
There were 8,461 athletes who participated, with about 20,000 coaches, family members, and friends also visiting the Bryan-College Station area and pumping an estimated $8.1 million into the local economy.
In honor of National Senior’s Day, the City of Bryan Parks and Recreation Department will be offering all seniors (ages 55 and older) half price pool passes on Aug. 21, 2019.