From parks to storm water and road improvements to sidewalks, residents will have the opportunity to give input on some projects and see big progress made on others. Here are 12 public improvement projects in Bryan to keep your eye on this year.
Travis Bryan Midtown Park News
The traffic signal at Villa Maria Road and Midtown Park Boulevard will change from a flashing yellow to a full traffic signal beginning the morning of Friday, Dec. 10.
Construction is now is full swing at Travis Bryan Midtown Park, and passersby can now see several of the key features of the park emerging.
At their June 8, 2021 meeting, the City Council approved the construction contracts for the first part of a walking trail that will eventually surround the perimeter of the park, and for an extension to Midtown Park Boulevard that will complete the thoroughfare through the park from Villa Maria Road to Williamson Drive.
About the park Park news Travis Bryan Midtown Park, one of the City of Bryan’s largest projects in recent history, is well underway, and soon, both residents and visitors can enjoy a variety of recreational amenities in the heart of Bryan. The 150-acre park will be a world-class destination featuring outdoor athletic fields, the Legends […]
While it may be difficult to see from the road, construction is quickly progressing at Travis Bryan Midtown Park. The park is undergoing major reconstruction to transform it from a municipal golf course to a regional destination park that caters to all types of recreational users.
Construction on several parts of the Travis Bryan Midtown Park project are well underway, and progress can start to be seen.
Motorists may want to find an alternate route around West Villa Maria Road beginning this week, as construction crews will have inside lanes closed on various sections of the road.
The first phase of the lake work at Travis Bryan Midtown Park is complete, and more than 5,000 fish have been relocated further downstream in the same watershed.
Travis Bryan Midtown Park lake will be closed to the public beginning March 30; Work to relocate fish and drain the lake begins in early April.