Over the next few months, community members have the opportunity to help identify the types of services needed in Bryan through the 5-Year Consolidated Plan Community Needs Assessment for the city’s Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) and Home Investment Partnership (HOME) programs.
The final numbers are in for the Texas Amateur Athletic Federation (TAAF) Games of Texas. The Olympic-style events were held in Bryan and College Station on July 25-29, with members of the Bryan Parks and Recreation Department joining members of the College Station Parks and Recreation Department and Texas A&M to plan and host the event.
There were 8,461 athletes who participated, with about 20,000 coaches, family members, and friends also visiting the Bryan-College Station area and pumping an estimated $8.1 million into the local economy.
- Read more about the Games of Texas economic impact on the City of College Station’s blog
- View photos from the TAAF Games of Texas
We want to thank all of our partners and volunteers, including the College Station Parks and Recreation Department, Texas A&M, TAAF liaisons, commissioners, and Texas Army National Guard Warriors. We appreciate all of your hard work and support that made this such a successful event for the Bryan-College Station area.