An Important Message Concerning Lake Jackson Water Quality

An Important Message Concerning Lake Jackson Water Quality

Sun Sep 27, 2020 at 04:50 PM

Brazosport College continues to monitor advisories from the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ) and the City of Lake Jackson regarding the water quality affecting the City of Lake Jackson.  All college operations, including  the May’s Children’s Center and all college classes, are scheduled to occur as planned, either online, face to face, or in a hybrid/blended format, for Monday, September 28, 2020.

Brazosport College is a designated Point of Distribution (POD) site through the end of the day on Tuesday, September 29th for Lake Jackson residents to receive bottled water.  Due to the traffic on campus, employees and students should enter Brazosport College through W. Gator Drive, the entrance closest to the railroad tracks, and park in either the red or green lots.  Those on campus should plan to bring food and water for the duration of time on campus as Tommy’s Catering will be closed on Monday, September 28th.  The reopening of Tommy’s Catering will be determined upon further guidance from TCEQ and the City of Lake Jackson.

Parents dropping children off at The May’s Children’s Center should enter the College campus through E. Gator Drive, the entrance closest to The Center for Arts and Sciences, and communicate with the Brazosport College Police Department that you dropping your child off at the Children’s Center.   

We will continue to monitor and post updates on the Brazosport College website, and all BC social media accounts.  Please also monitor the City of Lake Jackson’s website and Facebook page for more information and future announcements.

Please know the safety of our students and staff is always our top priority.