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City Secretary's Office - Council Basics 101

On Monday, July 11, 2016, at 6:00 p.m., the City Secretary’s Office will conduct a Council Basics 101 for anyone considering running for local office.  The public will hear from the City Secretary, City Attorney, and City Manager on a variety of topics.    

The program is designed to help potential candidates better understand the requirements, duties and limitations of the office, as well as open meetings laws and conflicts of interest. We’ll also cover our form of government, the role of City staff, and the critical issues facing the City. Our goal is to help potential candidates make an informed decision about entering a political race and to gain an accurate understanding about what’s expected, if elected.

There will be an opportunity to ask questions at the end of the presentation, and the Candidate Packets will also be reviewed at that time.

The positions of Mayor and Councilmember, Place 2, will be on the ballot this coming November.  The first day to file for either position will be July 25 (July 23 is a Saturday, so it has been moved to the following Monday). For more information, the City Secretary’s Office can be reached at 764-3500.

Thank you and have a great day!

George Bush Library Summer Programs


Check out our upcoming events!

The Bush Library and Museum is proud to present our upcoming events for this summer.  We have our 4th of July Celebration, Movies by the Pond, Bush Birthday Celebration and more!  For more information on our upcoming events, please click on the hyperlink for more details.
Monday, July 4
The George Bush Presidential Library and Museum is proud to host the College Station Noon Lions Club's "I Love America" Fourth of July Celebration, July 4, 2016 at the George Bush Presidential Library Center at Texas A&M University. The Museum will be open from 9:30a.m. to 8:00 p.m. with free admission for everyone all day. Join us for live music, food, and fireworks.


For more information call (979) 691-4014, or


July 11 - August 12

Join us at the Bush Library and Museum to be a part of our full day exploring history summer camp, Transportation: Riding, Driving and Flying into the Future! Weekly camp sessions will be filled with Museum exploration, outside activities, crafts, art class, games and a field trip to the Texas A&M Transportation Institute! The camp will educate children in a creative and hands-on setting that will be sure to engage children ages 7 to 11! 

For more information, visit or contact Monica Lerma at



Workshop Series: Cut Water Bill and Grow your Landscape

Good Morning, Neighbors!

Below is a link to a Youtube video with City of College Station Water Services Coordinator Jennifer Nations promoting a 3 part series for neighborhoods and residents on ways to cut your water bill and still grow your landscaping. Jennifer partnered with the Brazos Valley Master Gardeners to put together this very informative workshop just in time for the summer. As we know, summers in the Brazos Valley are when water bills increase and landscaping can suffer from the heat. Please consider attending one of these workshops to find ways to lower your water bill and save your plants and shrubs. There will be prizes and give ways at the workshops. Pass the information along to other neighbors and friends that maybe interested in attending as well.


Barbara Moore, MPA

City of College Station

Neighborhood Services Coordinator


Household Hazardous Waste

Household Hazardous Waste


FYI a message from Twin Oaks: "The Twin Oaks Household Hazardous Wastes & Pharmaceutical & Electronics Collection Event will be held on Saturday April 30, from 7am until 2pm at the University Services Complex.

The event may be accessed from Harvey Road East of HWY 6. Take the first left after Veteran’s Park. No entry will be allowed from University Drive.

BRING IT! Paint, Batteries, ... View more Pesticides, Herbicides, Fertilizers, Pool Chemicals, Gasoline, Old TV’s, Computers, Monitors & Old Medication. Call (979) 764-3809 or visit for more information.

During the event, we will also be collecting used books for Books and a Blanket. Visit to learn how your book donations benefits children in our community."

Thank you and Be Safe!

Officer Dustyn Jansky from College Station Police Department  

Castlegate Community Survey Results

The Castlegate community survey results have been compiled into a summmary report. Please see the attached document for the results of the survey.

Found - Set of keys

A neighbor found a set of keys on Saturday in the middle of Uphor and Norwich in Castlegate II. The keys include a Nissan car key along with several others. If these keys belong to you, please contact our office at or 979-690-2330 and we can put you in contact with the person who found the keys.

2016 Citizens Survey

Good Morning Neighbors,

Below is a link to the 2016 Citizen Survey. This survey represents a proactive effort to help your city government responsibly and effectively plan for College Station’s future while also identifying and prioritizing our current needs. Your answers are completely anonymous.

The survey is available until April 30. Please pass along to neighbors and friends. The more people we have completing the survey will give us a better, more holistic view of what our citizens feel is important. Thank you in advance for your participation!


Barbara Moore, MPA

City of College Station

Neighborhood Services Coordinator



City Water Quality Meeting

Howdy Neighbors!

Please join us on Monday April 4 at 6:00 PM in Council Chambers in City Hall for our next Seminar Supper on Water Quality in College Station. Water Services Coordinator Jennifer Nations will be our speaker. She will talk about water quality in College Station, the annual water quality report for the city. With so much in the national news about declining water quality in cities around the country, we want to take the time to highlight the safety of the water quality in College Station and what we do to keep our water supplies safe. Jennifer will also share tips and information on irrigation and landscaping for the upcoming summer months.


If you plan to attend, please RSVP to me by Monday 4/4. Please pass this information along to other friends and neighbors.


Barbara Moore, MPA

City of College Station

Neighborhood Services Coordinator


Burglaries of Motor Vehicles


Brazos County Sherriff's Office Warns Residents of Burglaries of Motor Vehicles.

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Realignment of Barron and Capstone roads

The City of College Station has begun a study to analyze the realignment of Barron and Capstone roads to meet at the same junction along FM 2154. Please plan to attend to learn more about this project and to provide input.

Wednesday, March 23 - 6:30 pm

Spring Creek Elementary School Cafeteria

2450 Brewster

College Station, TX

For more information, please contact Project Manager James Smith at 764-3690.


Barbara Moore, MPA

City of College Station

Neighborhood Services Coordinator


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