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Council Member Devyn Keith

Devyn S. Keith

Council Member , District 1

Devyn Keith was re-elected to a second term as Council Member in August 2020. In this role, Keith represents District 1, an area that covers much of Northern Huntsville including Alabama A&M University and stretching into the downtown core.

Keith was born and raised in Huntsville, Alabama and is a proud product of its large community network. Driven by a passion for public service and a deep connection to the people of his community, Keith is a true believer that “Huntsville is the best city this side of Heaven.”

Keith received his undergraduate degree from Samford University in Birmingham, Alabama, and was a scholarship player for the Samford Bulldogs football team. While in Birmingham, Keith launched the nonprofit Brothers of 1 Voice, an effort aimed at educating, empowering and advocating for youth who aged out of state support services.

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Huntsville Finance Director paints positive picture of TIF performance

June 24, 2022 Click to view Huntsville Finance Director paints positive picture of TIF performance

A key tool used to improve infrastructure and development of industrial sites continues to show positive dividends as City leaders look to the future. An aerial view of Huntsville’s western industrial corridor. Tax increment finance districts, or TIFs, have helped the City lure industry as well as improve public infrastructure. Finance Director Penny Smith said Huntsville tax increment finance districts, or TIFs, have contributed directly to continued growth and public improvements. TIFs [more]

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Huntsville Music Office to host Quarterly Music Meetup, announce new initiative

June 17, 2022 Click to view Huntsville Music Office to host Quarterly Music Meetup, announce new initiative

North Alabama music lovers are invited to connect with fellow fans and musicians and get more involved with Huntsville’s music scene at the next HSV Quarterly Music Meetup on Thursday, June 23. The event will run from 6-8:30 p.m. at The Orion Amphitheater at MidCity District. Musicians and curators from Blast Music, a free streaming platform from the Huntsville-Madison County Public Library (HMCPL) featuring local artists, and members of the Huntsville [more]

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City of Huntsville offices to close Monday for Juneteenth

June 15, 2022 Click to view City of Huntsville offices to close Monday for Juneteenth

Most City of Huntsville employees will enjoy a day off Monday, June 20, to celebrate Juneteenth National Independence Day. All municipal offices will close Monday, including Animal Services, Public Transit (Orbit and Access) and Municipal Court. Offices will reopen at 8 a.m. Tuesday, June 21. Garbage Collection: Residential collection will be delayed one day the week of June 20-24. Residents should leave carts at the curb until they are collected. Parks & Recreation: All facilities [more]

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Celebrate National Best Friends Day with a new BFF from Huntsville Animal Services

June 3, 2022 Click to view Celebrate National Best Friends Day with a new BFF from Huntsville Animal Services

As the old saying goes, “A good friend knows all your best stories, but a best friend has lived them with you.” Fortunately, finding a loyal and enthusiastic best friend is as easy as visiting Huntsville Animal Services (HAS). June 8 is National Best Friends Day and HAS is celebrating with $10 adoption fees for most dogs through June 12. The number of dogs at the shelter has swelled and HAS [more]

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Get ready for ‘reel’ fun, as Wally Vess Youth Fishing Rodeo returns to Brahan Spring Park

June 3, 2022 Click to view Get ready for ‘reel’ fun, as Wally Vess Youth Fishing Rodeo returns to Brahan Spring Park

For more than 35 years, the City of Huntsville Parks and Recreation Department has helped introduce children to the joy of fishing. This year is no exception. On Saturday, June 4, the Wally Vess Youth Fishing Rodeo returns to Brahan Spring Park North Lagoon. Whether it’s your child’s first time to fish or they’re a practiced hand at casting a line, this free event, for ages 6-12, is fun for the whole family. With [more]

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