News & Updates
Month: February 2016

Huntsville Utilities to Build a Fiber Network Throughout the City

Mayor Tommy Battle joined Huntsville Utilities CEO Jay Stowe today in announcing construction of a new fiber network that will meet the area’s rapidly growing data and communication needs. The Mayor also announced that Huntsville is officially becoming a Gig City. Google Fiber, a high-speed TV [more]

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Mayor Battle Proposes New Transportation Options for Huntsville

Huntsville Mayor Tommy Battle will ask the Huntsville City Council to approve amendments to the City’s vehicle for hire ordinance at their meeting tomorrow night. The move changes the City’s regulatory framework and seeks to resolve any outstanding issues Transportation Network Companies (TNCs) might have [more]

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Huntsville Ranks in Top 10 List in Mid-Size City Affordability

Huntsville earned another round of accolades for its affordability and livability – this time from Money Geek. The financial information company listed Huntsville #3 in its list of “Best Mid-sized Cities to Make a Living.” Money Geek says its number crunchers identified 40 mid-sized cities [more]

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Richard Showers Recreation Center Undergoes $1.2 Million Renovation

The City of Huntsville is spending $1.2 million to upgrade the Dr. Richard Showers Recreation Center, 4600 Blue Spring Road in northwest Huntsville. Along with improvements to the locker room, restrooms and showers, new windows, painting, lighting, and pool deck, the center is getting a [more]

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Huntsville Ranked #1 in Top 10 “Best Affordable Places to Live” by

Livability released its 2016 list of “Best Affordable Places to Live” in America and Huntsville ranked #1. The company says its annual ranking of the best affordable cities includes not just cheap places to live, but also communities with high standards of living and low [more]

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Discover the love of life at the Shelter

This Valentine’s Day, meet the love of your life at the Shelter – Friends of Huntsville Animal Services. From now through Valentines, many of our adult dogs and cats may be adopted for a sweet $14. Puppies and kittens are just $50. Adoption fee includes [more]

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