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College Station Code Enforcement Supervisor Julie Caler makes her first appearance on the podcast and explains how she and her crew work to keep the city looking good. Sometimes, that means dealing with some odd or difficult situations. In this episode, we cover topics ranging from parking and trash violations to hoarders and goats.
The City of College Station offers two online options for citizens to report non-emergency issues. The Police Department monitors one, and Code Enforcement handles the other. Code Enforcement Supervisor Julie Caler takes a look at how each platform works and what issues you can report to each.
For football fans, following their favorite team to Kyle Field can be tricky. With tens of thousands of fans descending on a relatively small area, finding a place to park their vehicles can be daunting. Making sure everyone abides by our city parking ordinances is a significant test for city staff, too. The College Station Police Department, Code Enforcement, and the Northgate District staff work together to ensure a safe environment for you on game day.
It’s as easy as SeeClickFix for citizens to report code enforcement, public works, and other non-emergency issues to the City of College Station. The online application allows anyone with internet access to report and easily track updates to their concerns. SeeClickFix empowers you and your local government to take care of and improve our neighborhoods in a tangible and meaningful way.
Football fans understandably want to park as close to Kyle Field as possible on game days. Our parking ordinances are designed to make our streets and neighborhoods safe, and the College Station Police Department, Code Enforcement, and the Northgate District staff work together to help protect that environment.
The reason the City of College Station decided to start blogging in 2010 was simple. It was an effective way to better tell our story. More than seven years later, the city blog continues to be a powerful cornerstone of our public outreach strategy. Our 120 new blog posts this year have attracted more than 98,000 views – about 26,000 more than the old record set in 2016.