The mayor and city council Places 1 and 2 will be at stake in the Nov. 8 election, each carrying a four-year term. If you’re considering running, we invite you to attend the free City Council 101 seminar at 6 p.m. on Tuesday, June 21, in the Bush 4141 Community Room at city hall. Continue reading 101 seminar on June 21 sets the stage for prospective city council candidates
What significant projects does our growing community need? On Monday, March 7, College Station residents have an opportunity to provide feedback to the Citizen’s Bond Advisory Committee about what projects to put before voters in November’s bond election. The community meeting is set for 6 p.m. at City Hall.
Continue reading Offer your feedback about possible bond election projects at the March 7 community meeting
If you plan to vote on Nov. 2, you probably have a pretty good idea about how you are voting to fill city council and school board seats. Still, you may not have thoroughly examined the proposed amendments to College Station’s City Charter. Let’s take a closer look at each proposition and what it means to vote FOR or AGAINST it. Continue reading What you should know about the city charter amendments before you head to the polls
Welcome to our live election blog from the Brazos Center. The latest results are also available on the City of College Station’s Twitter and Facebook pages. Final results will also be posted on Suddenlink Channel 19 and at cstx.gov/cstv19. Our coverage starts about 7 p.m. Continue reading Updated: 2018 city election results
If you plan to vote in the November election, you probably have a pretty good idea about how you are voting to fill national, state and local offices, but you may not have thoroughly examined the proposed changes to College Station’s City Charter. Let’s take a closer look at each proposition and what it means to vote for or against it. Continue reading A closer look at the proposed city charter amendments