Rising rents and home prices have made affording a home difficult for many. The City of College Station is developing a Housing Action Plan to help the city identify ways to implement the Comprehensive Plan’s housing goals to create more affordable housing. Continue reading City’s affordable housing needs guide the process of developing an effective Housing Action Plan
The College Station City Council meets Thursday at 5 p.m. at city hall. The meeting is streamed live on Suddenlink Channel 19 and at cstx.gov/cstv19. Continue reading 5 things to watch at Thursday’s city council meeting
Old, abandoned tires are a common sight along roadways, vacant lots, and various other places. What can you do with your scrap tires? The best options are recycling and reusing — and it beats getting a citation from Code Enforcement. Continue reading Recycling old tires beats illegal dumping every time
In September, the Centers for Disease Control issued a temporary eviction moratorium, allowing some property owners to pause evictions for nonpayment of rent in certain circumstances. The moratorium remains in effect through March 31. If you are unable to pay rent, you might wonder what this means for you. Do you have to pay your rent? Continue reading Do you have to pay rent during the pandemic?
The City of College Station has limited federal funds available for another round of rental assistance for residents who have been economically impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. The program can provide up to six months of rent assistance, including past due rent. Continue reading City provides federal funds for rent assistance
Although we’re all glad football is back, COVID-19 restrictions will make for a completely different atmosphere around Aggie games. One thing hasn’t changed, though. With thousands of fans descending on Kyle Field, finding a place to park nearby will still be a daunting challenge, especially in the Southside neighborhood. Continue reading Game day parking doesn’t have to be a hassle