The Sheriff's Office Needs your Help!

PLEASE READ: Important Message from the Brazos County Crime Prevention Deputy Nathan Dennis

The Sheriff's Office has recently experienced a rise in reports of burglaries. During this time each year we tend to see increases in home burglaries, as more houses are unoccupied during daytime hours.

A current strategy for these thieves is to knock on the doors of a residence to check if anyone is home. If someone does answer the door, the subject may ask for directions, or say they are looking for a certain person. If this happens to you, please lock the door and gather as much information on the subject and call your local Police Department or Sheriff's Office to report the incident.

The Sheriff's Office has also seen an increase in vehicle burglaries. In most cases the vehicles that were burglarized were unlocked. We ask that you take all valuable items out of your vehicle and always lock it. If possible, park your vehicle in a lighted area. Help us by being the eyes and ears of your Sheriff's Office.

If you see suspicious activity, contact 9-1-1 and report your concerns. The safety of our community does not have borders. It is the goal of every law enforcement agency to protect the citizens that they serve.

Remember... together we can make a difference in our community!

Road Construction Projects

Hello Neighbors!

With all of the different construction projects going on in and around the community, we wanted to give you a little bit of information from the City of College Station. Should there be any questions about the projects going on, feel free to contact the Property Manager by clicking on the links below. The links will take you to the City of College Station website and give a better insight on the future plans for Barron and Greens Prarie Trail.

Capstone-Barron

http://cstx.gov/index.aspx?page=3997

Greens Prairie Trail

http://cstx.gov/index.aspx?page=3999

Update: Greens Prairie Trail Construction Project

  TXDOT’s contractor Knife River plans to begin work on the improvements at the intersection of Greens Prairie Trail & FM 2154 on October 24th. The scope of TXDOT’s project includes adding right and left turn lanes on FM 2154 at the intersection in both the north and south direction, as well as changing the vertical grades of the intersection to help accommodate a smooth transition over the new railroad crossing. The project manager for the TXDOT project is Connie Flickinger.

Also, Greens Prairie Trail between I&GN and FM 2154 and the new railroad crossing are planned to be opened for use on October 25th. With the opening of Greens Prairie Trail, the traffic signal at the intersection with FM 2154 will become active and Brazos County will close the railroad crossing at Straub Road on October 26th. With the new signal coming online, I would request that everyone use caution when approaching the intersection from all approaches and obey the commands of the signal. The vehicles along FM 2154 will have to get used to being mandated to stop at this intersection as well as seeing cross traffic from a 4 leg intersection. 

 


At the July 26th meeting, the City of College Station and TXDOT presented information on the upcoming construction projects along Greens Prairie Trail and FM 2154. See the below link for information on the projects, project exhibits, and the COCS construction plans that are currently in the bidding process.

 

http://cstx.gov/index.aspx?page=3997

Revised Schedule of Fines Effective July 1, 2016

The Board of Directors has approved a change to the Schedule of Fines for violations of the CCRs. This change is to address neighbors who have already received 3 prior violations for the same covenant and have not resolved the concern. The new schedule will take effect July 1, 2016.

Burglaries of Motor Vehicles

Brazos County Sheriff's Office Warns Residents of Burglaries of Motor Vehicles.

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