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.
Pools and Aquatics
Summer is just a few weeks away, which means it’s the perfect time to shore up your summer job plans by applying to be a lifeguard at Bryan Parks & Recreation. Lifeguarding is often one of the first jobs people have, so we know there may be some questions about what it takes or how it fits into a busy summer schedule.
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.
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.