On December 22nd The Bryan+College Station Public Library System is looking for baritone, euphonium, and tuba players to serenade passers-by. Registration is just $10 and you’ll be spreading holiday cheer in front of the historic Carnegie History Center. Details here.
Construction is set to convert the facility’s anaerobic digester, a process unit used to manage waste solids, to an aerobic system. This conversion will increase efficiency and ensure the City is able to continue providing the proper treatment of wastewater for citizens serviced by the plant.
Join us at Mounce Library on Thursday, Dec. 13 as dancers from Ballet Brazos interpret the Christmas story of the Nutcracker. Two performances. Seating is limited.
We are asking for your feedback on route ideas, times of operation, and more! Find a link to the survey and additional information about this partnership in this story.
These ratings are utilized by lenders to gain insight about the ability and willingness of an issuer, such as a municipal government, to meet its financial obligations in full and on time; therefore, the upgraded ratings should result in reduced interest on borrowed funds used for the construction of future electric utility infrastructure to serve BTU’s customers.
This portion of North Sims Avenue will be closed for road construction and maintenance for approximately 30 days. During this closure, northbound/southbound traffic will be routed one block east to North Parker Avenue.
The Midtown area is a premiere landscape that can accommodate growing demand for quality housing, commercial services, restaurants and entertainment offerings while enhancing the existing neighborhood fabric along this important corridor. Join us November 29th at 6 PM at St. Michael’s Episcopal Church for an opening discussion.
On Thursday, November 22, and Friday, November 23, 2018, the City of Bryan Municipal Office building and all other City administrative offices will be closed in observance of the Thanksgiving holiday and will resume normal operating hours on Monday, November 26.
Presented at the annual conference in Galveston this past October, this award recognizes the efforts of planning departments to increase community awareness of planning initiatives, support economic development, and contribute to an overall positive image of the community through planning related projects.