Community News - THEFT

INFORMATION NEEDED

On Saturday, February 10th between 9:19pm and 9:23pm the fish feeder was stolen from the pond located off Victoria Ave. We were able to obtain images of 2 boys removing the feeder.  These images have been turned over to the authorities and a theft report was filed with the College Station Police Department.  If anyone has any information or would like to step forward and identify the youths involved, please contact our office at 

It's unfortunate the efforts being done to beautify the community are not appreciated by some. We appreciate any help, this is the 2nd time the fish feeder has been stolen in less than a year. 

 

Castlegate News - Spring/Easter Festival

**SPRING/EASTER FESTIVAL**

We are extremely sorry to inform the Castlegate Community that we will not be holding the Spring/Easter festival this year. As of today, there has been no response for a coordinator or volunteers to our request. Unfortunately, without volunteers to help coordinate the festival, the association is unable to plan a set a date. We feel obligated to give our residents plenty of notice, so there are no surprises when there is not a festival during the Spring Season. 

The association is still planning on having a Fall festival.  Please keep an eye out for the date as we get closer to that time of year.

  

Presidents Year End Letter 2017

Castlegate Residents

Please explore the site for more information on living in our community.

Castlegate Communities are managed by Neighborhood Partners, a local College Station company.

KEEP YOUR CONTACT INFORMATION UP TO DATE

Parade of Champions

City Community News

Missed Thursday's City Council meetings? Catch up with our live blog. Click here to read the live blog. Welcome Bags Available Upon Request: The Public Communications Department provides welcome bags filled with a variety of city information for residents. It's free! To request bags, call 979.764.3445 or email kmeredith@cstx.gov. Visit The Lick Creek Nature Center: The Lick Creek Nature Center features indoor and outdoor classrooms, a meeting room, an amphitheater, native plant displays, a monarch butterfly garden, restrooms and office space. Rentals are available. The center is a focal point of the city's 515-acre Lick Creek Park, located at 13600 Rock Praire Rd. The park displays a variety of native plant and animal species, including the endangered Navasota Ladies Tresses, and offers five miles of marked trails great for hiking, cycling, bird watching, equestrian activities or nature study. There are a variety of programs available for all ages, too! Below is a list of free, weekly programs: Bird Watchers - Tuesday - 10-11AM OR Thursday - 5-6PM Guided Nature Walk - Tuesday - 10-11AM OR Thursday - 5-6PM Family Hike Friday - Friday - 5-6 PM Saturday Exhibit - Saturday 10AM -12PM

Yard of the Month - 2018

 

February 2018 Yard of the Month

4409 Longthorpe
2389 Kendal Green
4201 Conway Ct.

 

Thank you for helping keep our community beautiful!!! 


January 2018 Yard of the Month

2065 Ravenstone Loop
4418 Edinburg
2445 Newark Circle

 

AWESOME JOB!!!!  THANK YOU

Neighborhood News & Events

Parking problems always exist in growing communities, especially college towns expanding as quickly as College Station. Most of the time, avoiding the headache of a parking violation is as simple as reading and obeying parking signs. 

Our goal is to keep our residential streets safe and accessible for everyone - especially emergency vehicles - while making your parking experience as hassle-free as possible.    

 

 

Neighborhood News & Events

Jan. 23: Expect Delays Near FM2818 - FM60 Intersection
Motorists can expect delays next week near the intersection of FM 2818 (Harvey Mitchell Parkway) and FM 60 (University Drive/Raymond Stotzer Parkway). Pavement surface reconstruction will require limiting traffic to one lane each direction on FM 60 and closing the Turkey Creek eastbound on-ramp near Easterwood Airport.
The closures will begin at 8:30 a.m. on Tuesday and remain in place until Thursday afternoon. Police officers will be present at each end of the FM 60 overpass to assist with traffic due to the lack of left-turn lanes.

Click here to continue reading.

 
Jan. 29: Watercolor I & II
Ages 18+ are invited to Southwood Community Center, located at 1520 Rock Prairie Rd., from Jan. 29-March 5 to enjoy watercolor classes. Watercolor I is designed for beginners and focuses on basic painting tools, materials, techniques, composition and color theory. This class meets from 2-5 p.m. on Mondays. Supplies will be discussed during the first class. Basic drawing skills are needed to participate. 

 

Watercolor II is a continuation class on the art of watercolor and meets from 6-9 p.m. on Mondays. Please bring your supplies to the first class. 
Each class has a $60 registration fee. 
Click on a class to register: Watercolor I   Watercolor II
 
Jan. 30: Gardening with the Masters
Ages 55+ are invited to Southwood Community Center on Tuesday, Jan. 30 from 11:30 a.m.-1 p.m. to learn lawn and garden information specific to our area.Topics include vegetable gardens, container gardening, easy-care landscape plants and helpful tips for preparing your lawn for summer. This free session is presented by Brazos County Master Gardeners. A light lunch will also be served. 

For questions, contact Katy Peterson at 979.764.6371.

 
Feb. 1-28: Untold Stories of African-American History
Ages 15+ are invited to listen to untold stories of African-American History each Thursday in February from 6:30-8:30 p.m. at the Lincoln Recreation Center.

 

Date Speaker
Feb. 1 The Story of African-American Woman and Human Kind by Dr. Yasin Ishaq
Feb. 8 The Story of Congressman by Matthew Gaines
Feb. 15 Artificial Selection and the Slave Trade by Rev. Sam Hill
Feb. 22 The College Station Community Knights by Mr. Henry Lewis, Mr. Lawrence Smith & Mr. Clarence Britton
For questions, call 979.764.3779.
 
Feb. 1-28: Trail of Lights
See Wolf Pen Creek Park in a new light. Stroll through the park's upper trails to view a romantic pathway of lights each day throughout February from 6-10 p.m. This event is free and open to all ages. Trail head can be accessed at the Holleman Drive entrance.
For more information, call 979.764.3486 or email parks@cstx.gov.
 

Neighborhood News & Events

Seminar Supper tomorrow night at 6:00 pm in Council Chambers in College Station City Hall at 1101 Texas Avenue

Our speakers will be Lacey Lively, Marketing and Outreach Manager for the City of College Station Public Communications Department and Public Communications Assistant Kathleen Meredith. 

Join us to find out how you can stay better connected and informed with the City of College Station. Learn about our social media accounts,  publications, available citizen committee openings and more ways to be involved with the city. You'll also get to take home a hard copy of our Spring Parks Guide.

If you plan to attend, please RSVP through the link below.

http://www.cstx.gov/index.aspx?recordid=320&page=3086

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