The number of births in College Station in 2019 dropped below 2,000 for the first time since 2013, according to College Station Public Communications Director Jay Socol.
Between the 2018 calendar year and 2019, College Station saw a decrease of 460 births in the city limits, dropping to 1,556 from 2,016 in 2018. Bryan, on the other hand, saw an increase of 481 births within its city limits, from 1,698 in 2018 to 2,179 in 2019.
The statistics do not track the number of families in each city having children, just the number of babies born within the city limits. For example, some College Station families might have their children in Bryan hospitals, and some Navasota families might have their babies in College Station.
“Brazos County has three registration districts: Bryan, College Station and Brazos County,” College Station Deputy Local Registrar Yvette Dela Torre said. “So anything that happens outside of the College Station city limits, depending on the address, they would be Brazos County or city of Bryan. It is possible that there could have been some home births and they resided outside of city limits — let’s say Bryan or…
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