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Parks and Recreation

Lifeguard Shortage Causes Modified Pool Hours

A lifeguard shortage has led us to modify pool hours to keep patron safety a top priority. The change won’t impact programs or scheduled rentals.

Hours will be reassessed if more lifeguards are hired.

Become a Bryan Lifeguard!

Applicants must be 16 years or older. Benefits include flexible schedules, competitive pay starting at $12 per hour, and free lifeguard gear.

American Red Cross lifeguard certification courses are available. If you’re hired and work with us all summer, your certification costs will be reimbursed at the end of the season.

Apply today!

In Bryan, we say that we have The Good Life, Texas Style. Part of the reason is because we believe Bryan is a great place for families and kids.

We have cool parks, innovative recreational programs, and camps to challenge kids of all ages.

Our parks system covers 51 parks totaling more than 751 acres and continues to expand with new green space development. But it’s what we do with that turf that’s amazing: Sure, we have a bounty of baseball and soccer fields, but we also have archery ranges, skateboard parks, splash pads, walking/hiking trails, two dozen pavilions for picnicking and reunions, and three terrific pools.

You’ll even find the unusual: We have a tremendous number of horseshoe pits for amateurs and pros alike. Even handicapped-accessible pits are easy to find. An indoor tennis facility? Ours is the only one in the region. We even make sure our annual Holiday Magic event features a snow hill for our powder-deprived residents. And a family camp out in a park? Yep, under the stars, by the campfire and making s’mores.

You can be anything you want to be in Bryan. Except bored.

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Parks Events Calendar

Aquatics

Other Events

Special Event Permits

Special events create a unique opportunity for our communities to express their culture, rally towards a noble cause, or simply enjoy fellowship with one another with the City of Bryan. They allow visitors to experience “The Good Life, Texas Style” by engaging with our community through activities and conversations. From parades to races to concerts, the City of Bryan is dedicated to serve the community by ensuring each event is safe and properly managed.

A man kneels down by a grave marker in Bryan City Cemetery and cleans away grass, leaves and debris during a cemetery cleanup day.

Bryan City Cemetery

Get to know Bryan’s municipally-owned cemetery.

How to Use WebTrac to Register for Programs Online

To register online, you will first need to create a Household account.

1. Visit parks.bryantx.gov

2. Click on “Create an Account” in the Member Login Area

3. Fill out the information. Please make sure to put your correct birthday (month, day and year) as some programs have age specific requirements. Then click “Finish.”

4. If you plan on registering your children, spouse or others online, click “Add Family Member.”

5. Fill out the Family Member section and repeat as necessary. You must add the date of birth for each family member as some programs have age specific requirements. When you are done adding members, click “done.”

You are now ready to register for programs and reserve facilities through WebTrac!

Go to WebTrac

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