Thank you for participating in the Spring Festival. It was a great day to spend time with family and neighbors. A special thank you goes out to Krystal Broussard and Denise Woodard for organizing the Festival again this year. Thank you to all of the volunteers that helped make this event a success!

The Spring Festival with be held in Castlegate City Park on April 3, 2022 from 2:00 - 4:00pm and is free for all Castlegate residents. There will be an Easter Egg Hunt for ages "Toddler - 12 Years".  The Easter Bunny will be there too!  For the safety of everyone, no pets please.



Phase Two of the Greens Prairie Road widening project is underway, which will transform the two-lane asphalt road to a four-lane divided concrete surface from Arrington Road to the city limits near Castlegate II. The project is scheduled for completion in summer 2023.

The work will require 13 CSU streetlight poles — between Arrington Road and Castlegate Drive — to be disconnected within the next week and eventually removed. Ultimately, BTU will replace these lights near the end of the project. During the construction period, there will be no street lighting along this section of Greens Prairie Road.

The latest news from the City of College Station as of 2-11-22-
The contractor is planning to get started on utility work south of the existing roadway starting this week.  This work will require the daily closure of the eastbound lane on Greens Prairie Road between 8:30 am – 2:00 pm at the location that the work is taking place.  The contractor will have a one lane/two way flagging operation to help traffic get around the lane closure while it is taking place.  After 2:00 pm, the lane should be back open until the next morning.  This work will be completed over the next 3-4 months.

Congratulations to the December Holiday Lights Winners!

2408 Newark Circle

2381 Kendal Green

2468 Stone Castle

2227 Carlisle

There are so many yards with beautiful decorations and light displays.  We hope everyone gets a chance to drive or walk through the neighborhood and see them.  Thank you for all of your hard work!

A big thank you to everyone who came out for the Fall Festival this past Sunday. A special thank you goes out to Krystal Broussard and Denise Woodard for countless hours organizing and executing this fun event. We would also like to thank Officer Shumaker from the Community Enhancement Unit at the College Station Police Department for stopping by and visiting with residents.