Offer your feedback about possible bond election projects at the March 7 community meeting

By Ross Brady, Assistant to the City Manager/Special Projects

What will College Station look like in five years? What significant projects – roads, facilities, and parks – does our growing community need?

On Monday, March 7, College Station residents have an opportunity to weigh in on those questions and provide feedback to the city’s Citizen’s Bond Advisory Committee. The city council appointed the 23-member committee to help decide what projects to put before voters in November’s bond election.

The community meeting is set for 6 p.m. in the City Hall Council Chambers at 1101 Texas Ave. You may also email comments and questions to

The committee seeks to determine what streets the city should build or expand to increase capacity and improve mobility, if new facilities are necessary, and the type of recreation and leisure facilities our community needs.

Bond items approved by the city council will appear on the ballot in the Nov. 8 general election. For more information go to

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About the Blogger

Ross Brady is in his first year as an assistant to the city manager after serving three years as a budget analyst. He previously worked in various capacities for the City of Fort Lauderdale, City of Bryan, and the City of Bellaire. He earned a bachelor’s degree in Urban and Regional Planning from Texas A&M in 2014 and a master’s in Public Administration from the Bush School of Government and Public Service in 2016.

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