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Council Member Jennie Robinson

Jennie Robinson

President Pro Tem , District 3

Jennie Robinson was elected to serve on the Huntsville City Council in 2014 after serving three terms on the Board of Education for Huntsville City Schools. She was re-elected to serve a second term on the Council in 2018 and was twice elected to serve as Council President, most recently in fall 2020.  She is only the second woman to serve in that role.

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City to expand South Huntsville greenway access

April 28, 2023 Click to view City to expand South Huntsville greenway access

The City of Huntsville continues to invest in quality-of-life offerings by expanding its greenway network from South Huntsville to Ditto Landing. City Council this week authorized Mayor Tommy Battle to enter into a contract with Garver LLC as part of Phase 3 of the Tennessee River Greenway. The contract is for land surveying and engineering design related to the project. Specifically, the project would add 1.5 miles of new greenway between Hobbs [more]

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City of Huntsville authorizes increased funding for Hays Farm Park

February 9, 2023 Click to view City of Huntsville authorizes increased funding for Hays Farm Park

The City of Huntsville is increasing its budget for the new Hays Farm Park in South Huntsville. Huntsville upped its commitment from $3.6 million to $4.6 million for construction and development of the nine-acre park on Haysland Road. In turn, Hays Farm developer, Hylis Inc., led by John Hays, will provide another $1 million toward the project, bringing the total budget to $5.6 million. The additional funding, approved by City Council through [more]

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Phase III construction set to begin on Sandra Moon Community Complex

January 26, 2023 Click to view Phase III construction set to begin on Sandra Moon Community Complex

The City of Huntsville has awarded a $3,381,700 contract to Lambert Contracting LLC to complete Phase III of the Sandra Moon Community Complex on Bailey Cove Road. The construction contract includes a new playground, public areas, sidewalks, lawn, landscaping pedestrian lighting, irrigation system and storm drainage facilities. “This phase focuses on the landscaping, decorative lighting and walkability components of this community amenity, but the exciting component is the new playground,” said John [more]

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Get a snapshot of Huntsville’s growth with 2022 Development Review

January 26, 2023 Click to view Get a snapshot of Huntsville’s growth with 2022 Development Review

Huntsville’s annual compilation of construction and real estate data for 2022 is now live. Published by the City of Huntsville’s Long-Range Planning Division, the 2022 Huntsville Development Review is an in-depth snapshot of the City’s progress over the past year. The report, which features data obtained from City records and the North Alabama Multiple Listing Service (NALMLS), is especially useful for those considering buying or selling property, building new structures or moving [more]

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Huntsville municipal offices to close for Martin Luther King Jr. Day

January 11, 2023 Click to view Huntsville municipal offices to close for Martin Luther King Jr. Day

City of Huntsville municipal offices will close Monday, Jan. 16, for Martin Luther King Jr. Day. This includes Animal Services, Parks & Recreation, Public Transit and Municipal Court. Residential curbside collection will be delayed by one day the week of Jan. 16-20. Residents should leave carts at the curb until they are collected. Essential police and fire personnel will remain on duty throughout the holiday.

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