With normalcy returning, the city is once again enforcing its business sign ordinance

With normalcy returning, the city is once again enforcing its business sign ordinance

Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, the City of College Station’s Code Enforcement Division has been sensitive to the struggles of local businesses. As a result, we relaxed enforcement of the city’s sign ordinance. With our daily activities returning to normal, enforcement of the ordinance is also back. We’re reminding businesses about the regulations and giving them ample time to comply before taking enforcement action. Continue reading With normalcy returning, the city is once again enforcing its business sign ordinance

City seeks public input this week on COVID-19 relief

City seeks public input this week on COVID-19 relief

In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, the City of College Station seeks citizen input this week on five potential Substantial Amendments to the city’s 2015-19 Consolidated Plan. The changes would allow the Community Services Department to more quickly and efficiently address local needs. A virtual public hearing will be Thursday at 5 p.m. Mailed comments must be postmarked by Friday. Continue reading City seeks public input this week on COVID-19 relief

Grant funds to help residents with household bills

Grant funds to help residents with household bills

The City of College Station has selected Catholic Charities of Central Texas and the St. Vincent De Paul Society of B/CS to each receive $15,000 in Community Development Block Grant funds to help College Station residents with their rent and utility bills. The funds are estimated to help more than 140 income-eligible households. Continue reading Grant funds to help residents with household bills