The idea of homeowners renting out their homes has evolved through online platforms such as Airbnb and expanded in College Station with the demand created by Aggie football weekends. The City of College Station invites residents to join city staff on Monday, Nov. 18, for a discussion about short-term housing rentals. The informal gathering will be at 6:30 p.m. at the CSU Meeting and Training Facility at 1603 Graham Road. Continue reading Discussion about short-term rentals set for Nov. 18
Contrary to popular belief, the City of College Station does not limit local cable television or internet service options. So why doesn’t our community have more choices? Continue reading Why don’t we have more cable and internet options?
On Monday, Sept. 16, the City of College Station will host the first of what we hope will be many community conversations when we gather at 7 p.m. in the Community Room at the Lincoln Recreation Center at 1000 Eleanor St. The inaugural topic will be Thomas Park. The primary goal of these conversations is to listen and share information about important community issues. Continue reading Monday’s inaugural community conversation: Thomas Park
The City of College Station’s proposed FY 2020 budget continues the city’s focus on public safety while providing resources for essential current and future infrastructure projects. The $341 million budget was presented to the city council on Monday at the first of three dedicated workshops at the CSU Meeting and Training Facility. Additional workshops are scheduled for Tuesday and Wednesday. Continue reading City’s FY20 budget addresses current, future challenges
The City of College Station’s current website has been operating since 2007 and has served our community well, but a change is long overdue. We launch a fresh new website – featuring brighter graphics and user-friendly navigation with drop-down menus – on Thursday at the familiar cstx.gov. Continue reading City of College Station launches new website Thursday
While the 2019 Citizen Survey makes it apparent that College Station stacks up well with other Texas cities, we also recognize we have many areas that need improvement — and that’s even more valuable to us than the positive ratings. Continue reading Citizen survey provides valuable insight to city leaders