Running, jumping, swinging and sliding in new places are just a few of the activities young Bryanites can look forward to enjoying soon. The City of Bryan is working to install five new playgrounds in various parks across the city this summer – just in time for kids to spend time outside in the fun.
Parks & Recreation
The Bryan Aquatic Center (BAC) will reopen to patrons on a limited basis beginning July 6. The BAC will open to guests at least 18 years and older to participate in lap swimming and certain programs only; there will be no recreational pool use at this time.
The Phillips Event Center is now owned by the City of Bryan, after the Bryan City Council accepted the property as a donation from Wallace Phillips of the 1980 Phillips Group, LCC, at their May 18, 2020 meeting.
The City of Bryan has signed an agreement to bring BigShots Aggieland, a new family golf entertainment option, to Travis Bryan Midtown Park. The facility will break ground in April 2020 and is scheduled to open in spring 2021.
City of Bryan Parks & Recreation will conduct quarterly clean-ups at the Bryan City Cemetery to ensure a respectful appearance and to allow for ongoing maintenance at the cemetery.
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.