Intensive Comprehensive Plan 10-year update process nears a rewarding conclusion

Intensive Comprehensive Plan 10-year update process nears a rewarding conclusion

Since early August, city staff has engaged almost 200 residents for final input on the proposed Comprehensive Plan update before it goes to the city council for approval in mid-October. Our public engagement campaign has wrapped up, but citizens can follow the official approval process and sign up to speak at board meetings this week and the city council meeting on Oct. 14. Continue reading Intensive Comprehensive Plan 10-year update process nears a rewarding conclusion

4 sensible tips to help you prepare for a volatile Atlantic hurricane season

4 sensible tips to help you prepare for a volatile Atlantic hurricane season

The Atlantic hurricane season is underway, and NOAA’s Climate Prediction Center has predicted an above-normal season. Despite the risks, adequate preparation significantly increases your chances of staying safe and protecting your property. As Texas Flood Awareness Week ends, here are four steps to help ensure you’re hurricane ready. Continue reading 4 sensible tips to help you prepare for a volatile Atlantic hurricane season

Proper insurance is the first step in reducing flood-related risks

Proper insurance is the first step in reducing flood-related risks

Do you have a flood insurance policy? As part of Texas Flood Awareness Week, the City of College Station reminds residents to be prepared. Purchasing flood insurance is one of the most important steps you can take to protect your home and possessions in the event of a flood. Don’t be left out in the rain. Continue reading Proper insurance is the first step in reducing flood-related risks

Council adopts restricted occupancy overlay option for neighborhoods

Council adopts restricted occupancy overlay option for neighborhoods

The College Station City Council voted 5-2 Monday night to allow property owners in single-family neighborhoods to request a zoning overlay that restricts occupancy to no more than two unrelated people. The city’s existing restriction of no more than four unrelated remains for areas without the overlay. Continue reading Council adopts restricted occupancy overlay option for neighborhoods

City council to consider ROO at Monday special meeting

City council to consider ROO at Monday special meeting

The College Station City Council meets Monday at 4 p.m. at city hall to consider a Restricted Occupancy Overlay (ROO). The ordinance would allow single-family neighborhoods to request a zoning overlay to restrict home occupancy to no more than two unrelated people. The meeting will be streamed live from city hall on Suddenlink Channel 19 and at cstx.gov/cstv19. Continue reading City council to consider ROO at Monday special meeting