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For football fans, following your favorite team for a road game can be tricky. With tens of thousands of fans descending on a relatively small area, finding a place to park can be daunting. Our parking laws are designed to ensure that emergency vehicles can respond if needed, and cars are kept off the grass to prevent fires, broken meters, broken gas lines, or other problems. The College Station Police Department, Code Enforcement, and the Northgate District staff work together to provide a safe environment for you on game day.
Welcome to our live blog from the College Station City Council’s workshop and regular meetings on Thursday, July 13. The meeting is being broadcast live on Suddenlink Channels 19 and 119 (HD) and online at cstx.gov/cstv19. The workshop will start at 3:30 p.m., followed by the regular meeting at 7.
Even with the prevalence of GPS on our smartphones, locating some places remains difficult if the building isn’t identifiable from the street. That can create serious problems not only for visitors, deliveries and service calls but also for first responders in an emergency. That’s why almost all cities, including College Station, have ordinances that require clearly displayed address numbers on homes and businesses.
Let’s talk trash! More specifically, how and when to dispose of it to avoid costly code violations.
For football fans, following your favorite team for a road game can be tricky. With tens of thousands of fans descending on a relatively small area, finding a place to park can be daunting. That’s certainly the case in College Station.
The City of College Station has used the free SeeClickFix app since 2011 as a handy way for citizens to report potholes, broken street lights or code enforcement issues. The result has been more than 4,700 resolved problems.