Public invited to ceremony and tours for new College Station City Hall

Public invited to ceremony and tours for new College Station City Hall

A dedication ceremony followed by tours will take place at the new College Station City Hall at 4 p.m. on Tuesday, Dec. 7. We hope you’ll attend and get a first look at the three-floor, nearly 80,000-square-foot facility at 1101 Texas Avenue — just behind the current city hall, which will be razed in the coming months. Continue reading Public invited to ceremony and tours for new College Station City Hall

All Up In Your Business Podcast: The business of managing College Station

All Up In Your Business Podcast: The business of managing College Station

In this podcast episode, City Manager Bryan Woods and Public Communications Director Jay Socol cover topics ranging from the nature of Woods’ relationships with Texas A&M, the City of Bryan, and Brazos County, to the significantly different role the next city hall will have in the lives of College Station residents. Continue reading All Up In Your Business Podcast: The business of managing College Station

Monday’s inaugural community conversation: Thomas Park

Monday’s inaugural community conversation: Thomas Park

On Monday, Sept. 16, the City of College Station will host the first of what we hope will be many community conversations when we gather at 7 p.m. in the Community Room at the Lincoln Recreation Center at 1000 Eleanor St. The inaugural topic will be Thomas Park. The primary goal of these conversations is to listen and share information about important community issues. Continue reading Monday’s inaugural community conversation: Thomas Park

Why our citizen survey is worth your time and effort

Why our citizen survey is worth your time and effort

Few things annoy me more than reaching into my mailbox after a long day and finding junk mail or some long, tedious survey sent from some political party or group. Many of these surveys have no tangible benefit and, if you’re like me, you promptly file them in the nearest recycling bin. The City of College Station’s 2019 Citizen Survey is not one of those surveys. Continue reading Why our citizen survey is worth your time and effort