If you rent your home or other property for Aggie game day weekends — or for any other reason — you want to do it the right way. Starting this year, that means registering your short-term rental with the City of College Station. The ordinance goes into effect on Oct. 1. Continue reading How to register your short-term rental housing
Watching the students move in and gear up for classes brings back fond memories, and it’s also a perfect opportunity to offer some friendly advice for our new residents. It’s important to be a good neighbor so you can avoid citations and enjoy your college years to the fullest. Continue reading 8 ways you can be a good neighbor this school year
We hear a lot about neighborhood integrity these days, but that vague term means different things to different people. For a code enforcement officer such as me, it means making a neighborhood the best it can be for its residents. That’s why we came up with the idea of neighborhood integrity days, where we organize volunteers from local churches and non-profits to spruce up our community’s older neighborhoods with improved landscaping and routine maintenance. We invite you or your organization to participate in our inaugural Neighborhood Integrity Day for the McCulloch subdivision from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. on April 14. Continue reading Volunteer to help spruce-up McCulloch on April 14
Creating and sustaining harmony in our neighborhoods is everyone’s responsibility. Most full-time residents understand our ordinances, but many college students don’t — especially those who are living here for the first time. By taking these tips to heart, you’ll make your neighborhood a happier, healthier place. Continue reading 7 ways students can survive and thrive in CS
The College Station City Council gathers Thursday at city hall for its workshop (5:30 p.m.) and regular (7 p.m.) meetings. Here are five items to watch. Continue reading 5 things to watch at Thursday’s city council meetings
By Lacey Lively, Marketing & Community Outreach Coordinator
Our growing community of 103,245 people consists of an uncommon blend of college students, families and retirees. With so many different lifestyles, it can be difficult to establish harmonious relationships with your neighbors.
It doesn’t have to be.
By following these four simple suggestions, we can help each other enjoy living in our terrific neighborhoods. Continue reading “Four easy ways to create neighborhood harmony”