This guide is to help you learn about our local governments in Bryan, College Station, and Brazos County. Read about your city and county governments below. If you haven’t already taken our housing survey (you can enter to win one of 5 $20 gift cards to HEB), you can find it here.

Bryan City Hall
Photo Credit: bryantx.gov

Bryan Residents

The City of Bryan has a mayor, one at-large city council representative, and five single member district representatives. Find your city council representatives using this map.  Don’t forget to learn about your Brazos County representatives. You may live inside the city, but the county represents you too. Part of your property tax bill (or rent) is county taxes. 

Helpful links: 
City of Bryan meeting agendas 
Planning and Development Office 
Phone: (979) 209-5030 
Email: planning@bryantx.gov 

College Station City Hall
photo credit: cstx.gov

College Station Residents

The City of College Station has a mayor and six at-large council members that represent the entire city. Unlike Bryan, College Station does not have single-member districts, so you can vote for any and all of your representatives. You can read more about the city council here. Don’t forget to learn about your Brazos County representatives. You may live inside the city, but the county represents you too. Part of your property tax bill (or rent) is county taxes. 

Helpful links: 
City of College Station meetings agendas  
Planning and Development Office  
Phone: 979.764.3570 
Email: cspds@cstx.gov 

Brazos County Courthouse
photo credit: facebook.com/brazoscountytx

Brazos County Residents

The Brazos County government has a judge instead of a mayor and a commissioners court instead of a council. The county is divided into four precincts, with each commissioner representing one precinct. Find your Brazos County representatives here. 

Helpful links: 

Brazos County meeting agendas 

Did you know?

We’ve interviewed several of the local representatives on the Think Brazos Podcast. Those interviews are available on most podcast players and on our Youtube channel. Check out those interviews here.