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City of Huntsville Supports State Health Department Stay at Home Order

April 3, 2020 Click to view City of Huntsville Supports State Health Department Stay at Home Order

Mayor Tommy Battle issued the following statement following today’s announcement by the Alabama Department of Health and Governor Kay Ivey to enact a Stay at Home Order, effective April 4 at 5 p.m. “The City of Huntsville fully supports the Alabama Department of Health’s (ADPH) Stay at Home Order announced today by Governor Ivey,” said Mayor Battle. “This is a deliberate and measured response to the COVID-19 threat that faces our state [more]

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Sanitation curbside debris collection delayed one day 

April 1, 2020 Click to view Sanitation curbside debris collection delayed one day 

Due to the high volume of curbside debris this week, curbside debris collection may be delayed one day on some routes.  Sanitation appreciates the public’s patience and will complete all curbside debris collections by the end of the week. Please call Sanitation at 256-883-3964 with any questions.

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COVID-19 Update: Huntsville Public Transit adjusts bus service

March 31, 2020 Click to view COVID-19 Update: Huntsville Public Transit adjusts bus service

Huntsville Public Transit is making adjustments to the Shuttle Bus schedule in order to continue to provide critical transportation services to the citizens of Huntsville and to protect the health and safety of the public during the coronavirus outbreak. Beginning Wednesday, April 1, Shuttle Bus service will operate Monday through Friday starting at 6 a.m. and ending at 7 p.m.  Saturday service will be suspended effective Saturday, April 4, 2020. “These changes will allow us [more]

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Huntsville tightens restrictions on public parks; supports Health Officer’s order for non-essential businesses

March 27, 2020 Click to view Huntsville tightens restrictions on public parks; supports Health Officer’s order for non-essential businesses

The City of Huntsville will enforce the Alabama Department of Public Health’s order announcing the closure of non-essential businesses, venues and athletic facilities through April 17. The City has consistently followed the Centers for Disease Control and Alabama Department of Public Health guidelines. While the State order takes effect at 5 p.m. on March 28, the City will implement certain restrictions in its parks immediately. Read Health Department Order HERE “This is [more]

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COVID-19 Shapes Fire & Rescue Response

March 20, 2020 Click to view COVID-19 Shapes Fire & Rescue Response

Keeping our community safe is the top priority of the City of Huntsville’s Fire and Rescue Department. This includes protecting the health and safety of our Firefighters and EMS workers so they can continue to deliver the highest level of service to you and your family. As the outbreak of COVID-19 continues to unfold, it is important we all take steps to protect our first responders who are on the frontline of treating our citizens. Please follow [more]

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City of Huntsville Closes Recreation Centers

March 20, 2020 Click to view City of Huntsville Closes Recreation Centers

The City of Huntsville continues to review operational procedures in response to the COVID-19 virus. In keeping with the most updated guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and the Alabama Department of Public Health, the City will close all of its recreational centers to the public effective immediately. To help prevent the spread of COVID-19, residents should “separate and sanitize.” Read more about prevention strategies from the Centers for Disease Control. For the latest updates on [more]

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New State Health Department Regulations to Impact City of Huntsville

March 19, 2020 Click to view New State Health Department Regulations to Impact City of Huntsville

The Public Health Officer for the State of Alabama released a new list of stringent containment policies for communities to follow to combat the COVID-19 pandemic. These include full school closures, senior center closures, preschool and childcare closures, nursing home restrictions, delayed elective-medical procedures, limited gatherings of no more than 25 persons, bar closures, and no on-premise consumption of food and beverages in restaurants. Mayor Tommy Battle said the City of [more]

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Daily Update on the COVID-19 Response

March 16, 2020 Click to view Daily Update on the COVID-19 Response

Mayor Tommy Battle will hold a daily update with Huntsville area government leaders this week to provide the public with the most current information on the City of Huntsville’s COVID-19 response. The briefings will be held at 12 p.m. this Tuesday – Friday, March 17-20, at 12 p.m. The updates will be broadcast on HSV TV and live-streamed on the City of Huntsville website and on the City’s Facebook page at facebook.com/HuntsvilleCity.​  Information and briefing videos will be posted daily at HuntsvilleAL.gov/COVID19.

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City of Huntsville COVID-19 Update

March 15, 2020 Click to view City of Huntsville COVID-19 Update

Mayor Tommy Battle, Madison Mayor Paul Finley, Emergency Management Agency Director Jeff Birdwell, and local health care and public safety partners will hold a news conference on Monday, March 16, at noon to update the public on the COVID-19 response. The Mayors and Madison County Commissioner Dale Strong have been regular communication with EMA, hospitals, HEMSI, ADPH, Redstone Arsenal and state partners on timely and coordinated action items to prevent the spread [more]

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Municipal Court Order in Response to COVID-19

March 14, 2020 Click to view Municipal Court Order in Response to COVID-19

 IN THE MUNICIPAL COURT FOR THE CITY OF HUNTSVILLE ORDER Effective immediately and pursuant to the suggestions of the Supreme Court of Alabama, all trial dockets in the Municipal Court of Huntsville are continued until a date to be determined. This specifically includes Night Court and Driving School. New court dates will be announced and forwarded to parties via U.S. mail. Defendants should contact counsel of record for details or with questions. This [more]

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