News & Updates
Month: April 2018

Mayor Battle Kicks Off Preservation Month: #ThisPlaceMattersHsv

“This Place Matters!” So proclaimed Mayor Tommy Battle today as he kicked-off Preservation Month during a news conference in the Old Town Historic District. For the next 31 days, the City will highlight significant spaces and places in preservation to celebrate, in a variety of fun [more]

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City Council – Meeting Highlights from April 26, 2018

Planning Council set a public hearing for May 24 on a request to create a new zoning classification called “Research Park 2 District” that would create a live, work, play node and include opportunities for mixed-use development where applied in Cummings Research Park East. Economic Development Council passed [more]

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Panoply 2018

The Panoply Festival is to be held from Friday April 27th to Sunday April 29th, 2018. In preparation for the annual Panoply of the Arts Festival, the Huntsville Police Department will be closing several streets around Big Spring International Park in Downtown Huntsville. The following [more]

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Fun, Fit, Free – Two Months of Healthy Huntsville Events to Get You Moving

Try something new or tried and true! That’s the message from the Healthy Huntsville team after announcing the 2018 Mayor’s Bike Ride and summer series of free fitness classes designed to have you riding, rowing, dancing, balancing and more. From POUND Fit to Zumba, the Mayor’s Bike [more]

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Adopt a Free Dog or Cat During Tax Week 

Huntsville Animal Services is offering tax relief –  free pet adoptions during tax week, Monday, April 16 through Saturday, April 21. Take advantage of this tax savings and adopt a dog or cat from the Animal Shelter at no charge. Visit the shelter and get to know the many lovable pets eagerly waiting for a [more]

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North Huntsville Cleanup Canceled for April 14

  This event has been rescheduled for Saturday, June 23. Due to the possibility of severe weather, the Annual North Huntsville Cleanup, presented by Council Member Devyn Keith and the City of Huntsville’s Operation Green Team has been canceled for Saturday, April 14. No makeup date has been [more]

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City Council – Meeting Highlights from April 12, 2018

Planning Council set a public hearing for May 24 on a request to zone 659 acres of newly annexed property in Morgan County across the Tennessee River from Ditto Landing. The land, on the north and south sides of River Loop Road, would be zoned in [more]

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HPD Officer Keith Earle Services

The Huntsville Police Department will be assisting the family of Officer Keith Earle with services today and Friday April 13, 2018. Beginning at noon until 8pm today there will be a public viewing at Royal Funeral Home, 4315 Oakwood Ave. The family requests no media [more]

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March 2018 – Monthly Development Review

A new hotel at Bridge Street topped non-residential building permits issued last month. Residential permits nearly doubled year-over-year. Residential Permits (new construction) in Huntsville city limits: In March, 257 housing units were permitted, 84 single- and 173 multi-family. The top tract for building permits last month was 109.01 (Hampton [more]

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HPD Officer Keith Earle

It is with great sadness to inform every one of the passing of Officer Keith Earle this afternoon. As you know Officer Earle was hospitalized after a car crash while on-duty on March 26th. Please keep his family in your thoughts and prayers.   Officer Earle proudly [more]

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