It's unlikely that your federal government would open its doors to you for a few weeks to meet those in charge, to ask questions and to share your opinions. Odds are slim of such happening at the state level, either. But that's exactly what we're doing at College Station City Hall: Inviting you to be part of our annual Citizens University!
You will get to talk to those who build budgets, construct capital projects, plan for growth, keep the lights on and neighborhoods safe. Give our Citizens University a try, or tell a friend or family member.
2016 program starts Monday, Jan. 25.
---> CLICK HERE TO APPLY! 2016 program is now full, but you can still apply to be contacted for 2017 program.
- Get better acquainted with the city you live in.
- Become an outstanding candidate for a city board, commission or committee.
- Build your resume/portfolio.
- Become an active community member.
- Meet your local elected officials and city staff.
- Learn about a variety of city programs and services.
- Must be 18+ years of age.
- A resident of Brazos County.
- Not running for political office during the program.
- If you miss more than three sessions, you will not receive a graduation certificate.
- It's free!
- Starts the Monday after Martin Luther King Jr. Day in January and runs for 11 weeks on Mondays from 7-9 p.m. No class during Spring Break.
- Refreshments & snacks will be provided AND you're welcome to bring your own.
- Class size limit: 30 participants.
- Sessions focus on City of College Station departments, budgets, services, programs and activities:
- City Manager's Office
- City Secretary's Office
- Parks & Recreation
- CSU: Water, Wastewater & Electric Services
- Utility Customer Service
- Community & Neighborhood Services
- Public Works
- GIS and Planning & Development Services
- Municipal Court
- Fiscal Services
- City Council
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