Bryan is a town in Texas with a population of 81,743. Bryan is in Brazos County. Living in Bryan offers residents a dense suburban feel and most residents rent their homes. In Bryan there are a lot of parks. Many families and young professionals live in Bryan and residents tend to have moderate political views.
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Bryan is a great place to live! It is close enough to major cities that you have access to what you need for shopping, but far enough away that it still keeps its charm. Bryan ISD offers excellent programs for students to learn and grow, including Dual Language, International Baccalaureate programs and early college high schools. The taxes and crime are low, and the people are friendly.
Have been in this area for years. It’s a great place to raise a family. We have been blessed with awesome Godly leaders who have helped strengthen our faith. Awesome youth and kids ministries. Our schools are filled with awesome, helpful, caring, enthusiastic and charismatic teachers. Friendly communities and workplaces, not hard to find a job. You won't spend hours in traffic on the daily commute. Large enough to have the “city life” or live the Texas country life. If you’re an animal lover person, several pet parks and events through the year. Some of the yearly Texas reds festival!
Bryan, Texas has a small-town feel, but big-town opportunities. We are adjacent to College Station, home of Texas A&M University. As such, we have enormous support and ties with the University and all the cultural, academic, research and development that comes with a world class school. Our public and private schools are top-notch and we have an incredible homeschool community with so many options for classes, co-ops, sports, fine arts, and more, that students and families have a hard time deciding what to leave out! The community feel of Bryan, Texas with the pastoral countryside, various festivals, shows, concerts, and charity events, make it the best place to live in not only Texas, but the world!