Council takes a closer look at the city’s FY23 proposed budget during this week’s workshops

Council takes a closer look at the city’s FY23 proposed budget during this week’s workshops

The College Station City Council conducts workshops at noon on Monday and Tuesday to explore the city’s proposed FY 2022-23 budget. The sessions could extend into Wednesday if needed. Monday’s first session covers the general fund and capital funds. Tuesday’s workshop explores outside agency funding requests, enterprise funds, the hotel tax fund, and fee resolutions. Continue reading Council takes a closer look at the city’s FY23 proposed budget during this week’s workshops

Lincoln Rec Center’s affordable after-school program offers safe, responsible supervision

Lincoln Rec Center’s affordable after-school program offers safe, responsible supervision

Through the College Station Parks and Recreation Department, the Lincoln Recreation Center offers an affordable after school program for kids 6-15 years old with constructive activities and responsible supervision by well-trained staff. The program is open to residents and non-residents, and transportation is provided from select schools. Continue reading Lincoln Rec Center’s affordable after-school program offers safe, responsible supervision

10 fresh entertainment options to help you beat the sweltering summer heat

10 fresh entertainment options to help you beat the sweltering summer heat

Record breaking-temperatures are pushing us – and our overburdened air conditioners – to the limit. Fortunately, College Station offers ample opportunities to help visitors and residents beat the sweltering Texas heat. So, give your AC a break and escape with these 10 fun ways to cool off. Continue reading 10 fresh entertainment options to help you beat the sweltering summer heat

FY 23 budget proposal addresses challenges while focusing on public safety and other core services

FY 23 budget proposal addresses challenges while focusing on public safety and other core services

High inflation, supply chain disruptions, a volatile economy, and a tight labor market are the overarching factors guiding the $410 million FY 23 proposed budget presented to the College Station City Council at a special meeting on Tuesday. Continue reading FY 23 budget proposal addresses challenges while focusing on public safety and other core services