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Winter Storm 2021
Thanks to the efforts of our customers and operators, sufficient water pressure is being maintained in our water systems. The Cities of Bryan and College Station have rescinded their call for water conservation. Crews continue to monitor the water system and encourage residents to be mindful of their water use. If you continue to run […]
The City of Bryan will resume regular residential and brush & bulky trash service on Monday, Feb. 22.
Bryan Mayor Andrew Nelson has issued a local disaster declaration due to the severe winter weather. Read the complete declaration here
There are several rumors circulating implying that the City of Bryan is going to shut off the water supply. These rumors are false. The city is not shutting off the water supply. The only action being taken right now is asking residents and businesses to conserve water as much as possible. Unless a medical necessity […]
The City of Bryan requests that all Bryan residents and businesses immediately begin conserving water, as the city’s water pressure is critically low, which puts essential services like firefighting in danger.
Minimal Amenities Available A warming center at Reed Arena will open at 4 p.m. today for individuals and families in the community impacted by power outages. It is important to point out that minimal amenities are available at this time. This means that there will be no cots, food or beverages. The facility is being […]
The Bryan Planning and Zoning Commission meeting scheduled for Thursday, Feb. 18, 2021, has been postponed and will be rescheduled at a later date.
All solid waste collection is suspended through Thursday, Feb. 18. This includes residential, brush & bulky and commercial collections. Additionally, the used oil and tire recycling center will be closed through Thursday, Feb. 18.