UPDATE 8/28/17 5:00pm
The Brazos CEOC has monitored conditions throughout the day. Earlier in the day it was discovered there was structural damage to the Clifty Creek Lake Dam on Barbara T Ranch Road. Residents in the area and have been informed of the situation and advised to continue to be observant. There are several roads in Brazos County that will remain closed; a complete list is available at www.BrazosCEOC.org.
College Station Independent School District
CSISD will start school at regularly-scheduled times on Tuesday, August 29.
Bryan Independent School District
To protect the safety of Bryan ISD students and staff, all bus pickup times, school door open times, and school start times will be delayed two hours on Tuesday, August 29. Morning pre-k is cancelled. Please visit www.bryanisd.org or campus websites for start times.
City of College Station
All residential and commercial sanitation collections (except recycling) will be collected the day after your scheduled collection day.
REVISED SCHEDULE FOR THIS WEEK:
If your regularly scheduled collection day is today (Monday), it will be collected tomorrow (Tuesday).
Tuesday on Wednesday
Wednesday on Thursday
Thursday on Friday
Friday on Saturday
Place your garbage container at the curb by 8 a.m. at least 4 feet away from fixed objects. Please do not pile trash on or around your container. Additionally, items/container should be placed 1-2 feet away from the curb, in your driveway or on higher grounds (above curb) to avoid losing it to potential rushing waters.
City of Bryan
All City of Bryan Municipal Offices and the Bryan Municipal Court are open with normal operating hours.
All outdoor recreational facilities, parks, and the Travis B. Bryan Municipal Golf Course remain closed at this time. The Neal Recreation Center will be open Tuesday, August 29.
The City of Bryan residential solid waste service will resume regular operations on Tuesday, August 29. As a reminder, Monday’s residential routes will be serviced Friday, September 1, with Brush/Bulky Pick-Up serviced on Saturday, September 2, weather permitting.
Bryan Texas Utilities
BTU crews have resolved many of the storm related outages, but will continue to address any remaining outages throughout Brazos, Robertson, and Burleson counties. Weather situations will be closely monitored to ensure that crews are prepared for any further storm related issues. Customers are encouraged to report any down or low hanging lines to the BTU System Operations Center at 979.822.3777<tel:979.822.3777>. Outages are reported directly to BTU by the customer’s meter—there is no need to call in outages.
Lake Bryan is currently closed to the public due to the severe weather and concern for patron safety. The grounds will reopen when weather permits.
BTU will continue to update customers through Facebook (@BryanTexasUtilities) and Twitter (@BTU_BryanTX).
Texas A&M University
Texas A&M University-College Station officials announce that classes on the College Station campus will begin as planned on Wednesday, Aug. 30. For more information you can visit http://emergency.tamu.edu/
Blinn College will open all campuses on a regular operating schedule on Wednesday, Aug. 30.
Classes will resume on all campuses, and all College services, including registration and academic advising, will be available. Blinn has extended its Fall semester registration deadline through Friday, Sept. 1. Students can register in person or online.
Safety remains Blinn’s top priority, and students and employees are encouraged to use their best judgment in regards to travel. Students and employees should assess the situation and be aware of weather and road conditions before they leave their homes. Blinn will accommodate any student or employee who is not able to arrive on campus in a timely manner.
Students who will be late to the start of classes should contact their professors when possible.
All county offices will resume normal operations tomorrow.
Brazos Transit District
The District has resumed regular schedules and all fixed routes are open. Updates will continue to be posted online at www.btd.org<http://www.btd.org>>, on Facebook (@BrazosTransitDistrict), and on Twitter (@BrazosTransit).