Devyn S. Keith Council Member

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

City Council – Highlights from the January 11, 2018 Meeting

January 12, 2018

Toyota-Mazda Development Agreement Council voted unanimously to approve a Development Agreement with the Industrial Development Board and Toyota Motor North America that is expected to provide a $5.6 billion return on investment in the next 20 years. In turn the City will offer the companies incentives and [more]

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City Council – Highlights from the December 21, 2017 Meeting

December 22, 2017

South Huntsville The City of Huntsville accepted a gift of property from the Hays family that will lead to the building of a road and a park in South Huntsville. The land will create an extension of the road from the new Grissom High School to Hobbs [more]

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City Council – Highlights from the December 7, 2017 Meeting

December 8, 2017

Volleyball courts The City Council approved a contract with Chorba Construction to begin work on a new sand volleyball complex at John Hunt Park. The facility will include 12 courts, easing the load at the existing six courts at Brahan Spring Park, and a building that will include [more]

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Huntsville Seeks Development Proposals for Johnson High Property

December 1, 2017

The City of Huntsville is seeking proposals to redevelop the former Johnson High School site north of Winchester Road. A Request for Proposal was issued today by the City’s Urban Development team. Their goal is to attract a developer or development team committed to creating a [more]

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City Council – Highlights from the Nov. 16, 2017 Meeting

November 17, 2017

Economic Development Council voted to approve an economic development agreement with the BOCAR Group that will include up to $400,000 in performance and investment-based incentives. BOCAR, a top Tier 1 automotive supplier, will build a $115 million advanced manufacturing plant in Huntsville/Limestone County. The facility will employ [more]

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