Posts tagged “video

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.

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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.

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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.

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Video: Waste & Recycling Workers Week

This is Waste and Recycling Workers Week! We offer our sincere thanks to the hard-working men and women who keep our neighborhoods and streets safe and clean. Your dedication and tireless work are valued and appreciated!

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Video: Now for something completely positive! (May)

Take a look back at some of the positive things that happened in the City of College Station in May. We got a new police chief, completed the new police station underbudget, unveiled more COVID-19 relief programs, and began taking a fresh look at how we promote local tourism.

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Video: “Actually…” with Judge Ed Spillane

In this episode of “Actually,” Judge Ed Spillane talks about how the College Station Municipal Court goes to great lengths to make sure citizens aren’t prosecuted due to their economic status. 

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Video: Thank You to the COVID-19 Pandemic Heroes

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Video: CSPD officer, citizens rescue man from burning car

A man was rescued from a burning car on George Bush Drive Saturday night by the courageous actions of a College Station police officer and several citizens.

Officer Patricia Marty, with the assistance of Texas A&M Transportation Services employees Joel Luce and Greg Stuenkel, pulled Jose Izquierdo from the vehicle just in the nick of time.

Click here for the CSPD press release about the incident.

Officer Marty’s dash camera captured the dramatic scene:

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