Devyn S. Keith Council President

District 1

Devyn S. Keith was born and raised in Huntsville, Alabama, and is a proud product of its large community network. Devyn has always had a passion for public service and a deep connection to the residents of his community.

As an accomplished student-athlete at Sparkman High School, Devyn decided to attend Samford University on a full athletic scholarship.  Devyn concentrated his course of studies in Human Development and Family Science. During his undergraduate career, his passion for community service led him to start a nonprofit called Brothers of 1 Voice (BO1V). BO1V aimed to educate, empower and advocate for youths who have aged out of state support services. Throughout his time at Samford, Devyn was involved with a number of Birmingham City based programs, such as the Birmingham Kitchen Table that worked to increase public awareness, municipal accountability and civic engagement.

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Council Member Devyn Keith

District 1 Town Hall Meeting Recap from October 16

October 17, 2018

The October 16 town hall was an important opportunity for community updates. The agenda covered recycling support provided by Operation Green Team at City-sponsored events and community cleanups planned in the coming months. District 1 projects were reviewed and progress was discussed on the North Huntsville [more]

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Huntsville Launches Neighborhood Resource Center Pilot Program

August 29, 2018

Residence on Sonya Drive will become a positive force for community good The City of Huntsville is piloting a neighborhood program to provide enhanced community policing and city support. The Neighborhood Resource Center will be housed in a residence staffed by Huntsville police who will help [more]

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District 1 Town Hall Meeting Recap from June 19

July 9, 2018

The June 19 town hall was an important opportunity for community dialogue. The agenda reviewed the survey results from the District 1 Survey with feedback from District 1 residents about opportunities and improvements for the community. The discussion turned to the repaving of Oakwood Avenue [more]

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Oakwood Avenue Prepped for July Resurfacing 

June 29, 2018

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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Facebook to Invest $750 million in New Data Center

June 14, 2018

Facebook announced it will invest $750 million to build a data center on 340 acres in North Huntsville Industrial Park. Once construction is finished, the data center will employ approximately 100 people. The company considered numerous locations across the country for the new data center and [more]

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