Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, the College Station Parks and Recreation Department has sought to safely conduct sports tourism events. Our seven summer events attracted more than 550 teams and brought millions of dollars into our local economy. That success led to more events being scheduled this fall. Continue reading Fall events move forward with focus on safety
The services and programs provided by municipal parks and recreation departments have always been indispensable to a community’s well-being and overall quality of life. If that wasn’t clear before the COVID-19 pandemic, it certainly is now. We celebrate Park and Recreation Month throughout July by highlighting the powerful role our College Station Parks and Recreation staff and professionals across the country play in health and wellness, conservation, economic impact, and social equity. Continue reading Pandemic spotlights vital role of parks and recreation
As Gov. Greg Abbott continues his plans to open Texas, the Parks and Recreation Department has been making plans for reopening spaces, facilities, and programs impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. Here’s a look at our current situation, including some answers to your most frequent questions. Continue reading Parks & Recreation: What’s open and what’s not?
Eight years ago today, the City of College Station opened the G. Hysmith Skate Park in memory of the energetic, ambitious middle-schooler with a passion for skateboarding who passed away in 2005 after a courageous battle with cancer. His family, friends, and community members convinced the city council to make Garrett’s dream of a local skate park a reality. Continue reading Hysmith Skate Park celebrates 8th anniversary
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