Lunch and Learn Series: Getting to Know Your Government
Have you ever wondered how potholes are repaired or how the fire department is able to respond so quickly to emergencies? Are you curious how the City of Bryan prepares its budget or decides where a park should be located?
Now’s your chance to learn more about your local government through our new “Lunch and Learn” series of seminars.
These monthly presentations will cover various topics related to the operations of the City of Bryan, and will help improve citizens’ understanding of city government and the role they can play in the government system.
At these classes a light lunch will be provided and participants will hear presentations from representatives of more than 20 city departments. “Lunch and Learn” is free, and you do not have to be a resident of the City of Bryan to attend. But advance registration is required, and each course is limited to the first 50 applicants due to limited seating.
Come join us! Learn more about how the City of Bryan works and get to know your government!
Taming the Flame – Now We’re Cooking with Gas (or Charcoal)
- When: March 8, 2017 | 11:45 a.m. – 1 p.m.
- Where: City of Bryan Municipal Office Building – Basement Training Room
- Cost: Free
- Registration: Click Here to Register
This session in our ongoing series looks at the ins-and-outs of the City of Bryan’s Fire Department including all of the different responsibilities that accompany being a firefighter or first-responder, how our firefighters keep us safe, and how we can help them by taking safety precautions to prevent fires in the first place.
In this session, you will learn:
- How the Fire Department staffing structure works
- How many fires the department deals with in a year
- Safety precautions you can take to prevent fires both inside and outside your home
- How you should respond to different fire situations you may experience
- And lots more…