Press & Media

BCIC aims to turn Brownsville into a city-destination of choice

BROWNSVILLE, RGV – Brownsville Community Improvement Corporation is to partner with several organizations to promote the city and promote tourism.

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BCIC to invest $50,450 on several community events through "Cycle I" to promote the City of Brownsville and attract tourism.

BROWNSVILLE, TEXAS — The Board of Directors of Brownsville’s “type b” economic development organization, Brownsville Community Improvement Corporation (BCIC), voted unanimously for funding approval to partner with several organizations with the intent to promote the city and promote tourism. Read More…

Public transportation improvements completed within the Southmost area.

BROWNSVILLE, Texas - Brownsville Metro is happy to announce the completion of their "ADA Bus Stops Enhancement - Southmost" project in collaboration with the Brownsville Community Improvement Corporation (BCIC) and the City of Brownsville.

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Main Street District Brownsville Accepting Applications for Downtown Beautification Program

BROWNSVILLE, Texas - The City of Brownsville, in partnership with Main Street District Brownsville and the Brownsville Community Improvement Corporation (BCIC), announce the Downtown Beautification Program.

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Message from the Executive Director

BROWNSVILLE, Texas - As we close the year 2017, we would like to thank all community leaders, stakeholders, and residents for all the work invested in Brownsville, Texas. Your type b economic development corporation, BCIC, will continue to exceed expectations for the upcoming new year. Read More…

Inside News Update: "Your Type B EDC"

BROWNSVILLE, Texas - The Brownsville Community Improvement Corporation (BCIC) continues to develop into a leading economic development organization for the region. Recently, the city commission of Brownsville, Texas appointed two new board members to serve in the Board of Directors for BCIC. Read More…

Salinas: Lack of power has cost RGV steel-related projects

AUSTIN, Texas – The Rio Grande Valley has lost out on major steel-related projects over the years because it does not have enough electrical power, Gilberto Salinas told the Texas House Select Committee on Economic Competitiveness.

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