Posts tagged “video

Video: Now for Something Completely Positive!

Take a look back at some of the positive things that happened in the City of College Station in September:

A College Station woman caught a massive bass at the Central Park pond, Visit College Station — the city’s new tourism division — began a strategic partnership with Santa’s Wonderland, site work began for the new, three-million-gallon elevated water storage tank at Midtown Drive and State Highway 6, and the Fire Department unveiled a new diesel exhaust capturing system to protect our firefighters from carcinogens.

Now that’s something completely positive!

– Public Communications Office


Video: Now for something completely positive (August)

Take a look back at some of the positive things that happened in the City of College Station in August:

The city’s Traffic Division made crossing University Drive easier for those who use wheelchairs, College Station was named the best city in the country for career opportunities during the pandemic, Water Services quick response to a leak prevented a major problem, first responders helped assisted living residents finally see their families, and Judge Spillane conducted his first Zoom wedding — from Kyle Field.

Now that’s something completely positive!

– Public Communications Office


Video: Now for something completely positive! (July)

Take a look back at some of the positive things that happened in the City of College Station in July:

College Station was designated as a Film-Friendly Texas Community, the Police Department named two assistant chiefs, the city partnered with Bryan and Keep Brazos Beautiful for the Summer Community Cleanup series, two of our firefighters received prestigious awards, and a CSPD officer was honored for saving a life.

Now that’s something completely positive!

– Public Communications Office


Video: Our water is absolutely safe to drink

In this episode of “Actually…,” Water Resource Coordinator Jennifer Nations says that College Station’s water is quite safe. Only a handful of naturally occurring contaminants have been detected, and the city adds another (chlorine) to disinfect the water and kill germs.

The city’s 2019 water quality report can be found at cstx.gov/water.

– Public Communications Office


Video: Replacing skateboards with drainage technology

In this episode of “Actually…,” Drainage Division Manager Marshall Wallace says thanks to new technology, city employees don’t have to use skateboards anymore to enter the pipes and inspect or repair our vital drainage infrastructure.

– Public Communications Office


Video: Keep your kids safe around the pool

Drowning is among the leading causes of death for young children. The College Station Fire Department offers these tips to help you keep your kids safe around the pool this summer.

– Public Communications Office