Household Hazardous Waste Event Information

Household hazardous wastes are common materials that are used in everyday homes. Some examples include but are not limited to- paint, herbicides, pesticides, gas, diesel, batteries, unused/expired medications, cleaning agents, computers, and TVs. If managed unproperly these items can pose a threat to ground, water, air quality, and even human life.The Twin Oaks Landfill hosts a bi-annual event to properly dispose of and in many instances, recycle the materials free of charge to the residents of the Brazos Valley.

2017 Character Breakfast

Scotty's House Character Breakfast      Dreams become a reality at the most exciting and magical event in the Brazos Valley! On October 21st, join characters from all of your favorite movies and television shows for an enchanting dining experience at the Scotty's House Character Breakfast.  Snap a photo, get an autograph, and visit your favorite  character from tv and the movies.

Proposed Changes to the Unified Development Ordinance

Thanks to those of you that attended the stakeholder meetings on August 30th and provided feedback on proposed changes to the Unified Development Ordinance. As a follow-up to the stakeholder meetings, we are also placing the information online (click here) for additional review and feedback.

George H.W. Bush Presidential Library Fall 2017

The George H.W. Bush Presidential Library and Museum has announced its Fall Education Programs schedule for 2017. These events are designed with education and fun in mind. See below for some of the upcoming events planned, or go to for a complete and current schedule of events and exhibits.

Drama Kids Classes

Drama Kids’ extensive and comprehensive curriculum was designed by educators, and is the result of more than 35 years of experience and continuous development. While kids are learning and developing new creative thinking styles and skills, they are also developing other important life skills, including public speaking. ALL Drama Kids programs are guaranteed to be both educational and FUN!Enroll now for the 2017-2018 school year! $25 Annual Registration Fee is charged at time of registration.

Fall PiYo Classes

Class Fall ScheduleTuesday/Thursday 8:30am Wednesday 6:00pm We have limited openings to the fall schedule.... please contact Mary to reserve your spot in the class Classes start Thursday September 21st with the 8:30am **********Want to get to know your neighbors a little better and build community?

Filing for City of College Station

Good Afternoon Neighbors!I wanted to update you all that the College Station City Council filing period closes August 21 (not the 24th.) We apologize for this error. For more information on filings and elections, details can be found at you,Barbara MooreCity of College StationNeighborhood Services Coordinator(979) 764-6262

Fall Fitness Classes

Ladies Fall Fitness classes begin this month at Castlegate II Event Center!Wake up, work out, check off strength training and cardio first thing! In just 45 minutes, we will work every muscle group using a variety of exercises and activities. You get a totally different workout each day. ALL FITNESS levels and ages welcome!Classes start August 31 through December 14, no class on November 23.Registration/Questions: Niki Lewis at or 979-218-3250.

A Message from CSPD Community Enhancement Unit

The College Station Police Department needs your help! You are the eyes and ears of the Police Department and we need your assistance in preventing crime. When you see or hear suspicious activity, immediately contact the College Station Police Department at 979-764-3600. Together we can make a difference in our community! For further information on Crime Prevention tips please contact the College Station Police Department Community Enhancement Unit at 979-764-6259 or e-mail us at


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