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District 1 Town Hall Meeting Recap from March 12

March 28, 2019

Council Member Devyn Keith and District 6 Madison County Commissioner JesHenry Malone collaborated on a joint Town Hall on March 12 in the Cavalry Hills Community Auditorium/Theatre. Topics addressed included crime statistics, roadwork updates, development news, quality of life announcements and more. District One Town Hall Information Packet – March 12

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What’s new in plans to build a new City Hall

March 28, 2019

City plans to replace the aging municipal building on Fountain Circle are moving forward with a projected construction timeline for late 2020. Mayor Tommy Battle and his administration have been working on plans for a new municipal complex for many years. The need has been long-recognized by Council and a new complex was approved by Council in the Capital Budget. Determining the location for City Hall was a key part of The [more]

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Join Mayor Battle and turn a Working lunch into a Walking lunch!

March 27, 2019

Healthy Huntsville and the City of Huntsville are partnering with Blue Cross Blue Shield of Alabama to celebrate National Walk @Lunch Day on Wednesday, April 3 between 10:30 a.m. and 1 p.m., in Big Spring Park. Mayor Tommy Battle will lead a kick-off walk at 11 a.m., followed by three group walks scheduled at 30-minute intervals. After the walkabouts, participants will discover more healthy activities, free samples, and enjoy demonstrations from [more]

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Vice President Mike Pence Visit

March 25, 2019

The City of Huntsville will be welcoming Vice President Mike Pence on Tuesday, March 26, and Huntsville Police have been working closely with the United States Secret Service and the Alabama Law Enforcement Agency for the past several weeks to ensure everyone’s safety during the visit. Please be aware traffic will be backed up intermittently on portions of I565 on Tuesday from approximately 10 a.m. to 11 a.m. and again [more]

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City Garbage Collection Operating on One Day Delay

March 21, 2019

Due to the increased volume of garbage from yard work and spring cleaning, the City of Huntsville’s residential garbage collection is delayed by one day starting Thursday, March 21. Residents whose garbage is normally collected on Thursday should leave their cans curbside until City crews arrive on Friday, March 22. Recycling pickup, managed by the Solid Waste Disposal Authority of the City of Huntsville, will not be impacted. For more information on residential [more]

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Name Your Price Pet Adoptions – Help Empty the Shelter!

March 12, 2019

Huntsville Animal Services is filled to capacity with too many dogs and cats needing a safe and loving home. The community can help through a “Name Your Price” pet adoption special from March 12 through March 23.  Stop by the Shelter, select a pet, name your price, and take home a new best friend. Restrictions may apply on some pets. The adoption special includes rabies and other annual vaccinations, microchip for pet identification, spay or neuter surgery to help with pet [more]

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February 2019 – Monthly Development Review

March 11, 2019

Office and retail projects were among the list of non-residential building permits issued in February. Residential permits and CO’s both increased more than 20 percent year-over-year. Residential Permits (new construction) in Huntsville city limits: In February, 173 housing units were permitted, including 143 single- and 30 multi-family. The top tract for building permits last month was 106.21 (53 North), where 45 units were permitted, 15 single- and 30 multi-family. This is a 23.6% [more]

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South Huntsville Neighborhood Clean Up Day April 13

March 4, 2019

Our annual South Huntsville Clean Up Day will be on April 13 and we hope you will join us! Some of you have participated in the past and we welcome your participation again. To help us get ready for the Clean Up, please contact me in advance if you have any problem areas in your neighborhood including code violations (hanging gutters, peeling paint, overgrown vegetation, junk cars and appliances sitting in [more]

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