Bryan City Manager’s June Capital Project Update To The City Council

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Bryan city manager Kean Register’s June capital project update to the city council included some delays due to rainfall in May and the first week of June.

Click below for comments from Kean Register during the June 8, 2021 Bryan city council meeting.

 

Additional information provided by city manager Kean Register:

CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROJECTS

• Irrigation, trees, plantings, lighting, and signage have been installed at the entrance of the Bryan Midtown Park, with more plant installations planned prior to project completion this summer.

• The construction on the Big Shots Driveway is anticipated to be complete by November, with final construction of the facility following in mid-November.

• 1 of 2 utility bores under Texas Avenue have been installed as part of the Coulter Drive Reconstruction project. The project is scheduled to complete this fall.

• Though rain has hampered progress on the Woodville Road Construction Project, completion is expected by end of this month.

• The Palasota Street Phase 1 culvert over Cottonwood Branch by Anson Jones School has been completed, but paving has not yet started. Project completion is anticipated by April 2022.

• The Texas Avenue Project design team continues their meetings with individual property owners along the corridor to introduce them to the overall design, and share with them how the medians, shared use paths, and sidewalks may affect their properties.

PARKS AND POOLS UPDATE

• Now through Wednesday, June 30th, see history come alive through the Bryan History Exhibit at the Cushing Memorial Library & Archives on the Texas A&M University campus. Drawing from collections held at the Library, this exhibition highlights activities the citizens of Bryan have participated in during the last 150 years. For more information, see “The Calendar” at bryantx.gov.

• The World’s Largest Swim Lesson is scheduled for Thursday, June 17th from 9:00 to 11:00 a.m. at the Bryan Aquatic Center, all ages are welcome.