News & Updates
Month: June 2018

Oakwood Avenue Prepped for July Resurfacing 

Crews will repave from Jordan Lane to N. Memorial Parkway Motorists using Oakwood Avenue will soon have a freshly paved road to travel. Utility crews recently finished work to replace an aging six-inch cast iron gas line with a new six-inch HDPE (high density polyethylene) gas line. [more]

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City of Huntsville Prepares for 2018 Municipal Election 

The countdown is under way for the upcoming City of Huntsville general election on Aug. 28.  Three City Council and School Board positions are up for a vote in Districts 2, 3, and 4. Qualification for candidates opens at 8 a.m. on Tuesday, July 3, and [more]

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Pitty Party Time – Adopt-A-Pit at Campus No. 805

Huntsville Animal Services has a lot of beautiful Bully and Pitty type breeds of dogs that make wonderful pets.  To introduce these loving pets to the public, Shelter volunteers are hosting a party Friday, June 29, on the lawn at Butler Green, Campus No. 805, [more]

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Huntsville’s Future Brightens with LG’s New Solar Panel Plant

New Factory to Increase LG Employment in Alabama by 60 Percent, Produce 500 Megawatts of Solar Panels Annually Mayor Tommy Battle applauded today’s announcement by LG Electronics on plans to invest $28 million in a new solar panel assembly plant in Huntsville. The new factory will [more]

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Town Hall Meeting – Quality of Life Forum

Tonight at the Jaycees on Airport Rd from 6pm-730pm, The Huntsville Community Watch Association will be having a Quality of Life Forum hosted by Huntsville Police. This Town Hall meeting is free and open to the public. Several representatives from different city departments to include [more]

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Fireworks Safety

Huntsville Fire & Rescue are reminding citizens it is Illegal to use, sell or possess fireworks within the city limits of Huntsville. We encourage the citizens of Huntsville to enjoy the Fourth of July holiday but do it in a safe and responsible manner,” said Huntsville [more]

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This July, Huntsville Residents Invited to Discover Everything Parks & Recreation Has to Offer

Summer is here, which means it’s time to get out and discover the great things happening in Huntsville’s parks and recreation centers. This July, explore the “undiscovered” roles of parks and recreation across the City of Huntsville as we celebrate Parks and Recreation Month. A variety [more]

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Operation Troops & Tails Pet Adoption Kickoff – Armed Forces Week

In honor of Armed Forces Week, Animal Services is launching Operation Troops & Tails, a free pet adoption program for active military, military retirees, and veterans during Armed Forces Week. “This is one more way we can give back to those who have served to protect us, our country, and the [more]

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20th Annual Youth Summer Camp

The Huntsville Police Department’s School Resource Officer Unit will be hosting the 20th Annual Youth Summer Camp next Monday through Friday, June 25-29, 2018.  The Youth Summer Camp will take place at Morris P-8 School. The camp is an opportunity to introduce elementary grade students [more]

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Mayor Battle Statement on SCOTUS Ruling Regarding Online Sales Tax Collection

Mayor Tommy Battle released the following statement regarding today’s 5-4 ruling by the U.S. Supreme Court in favor of states collecting online sales tax. The court decision in South Dakota v. Wayfair, which has been called the “tax case of the millennium,” overturns Quill and [more]

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