Council Member Will Culver
Will Culver, Representing District 5, was elected to the Council in 2008.
Prior to being elected to the Huntsville City Council, Councilman Culver was appointed Chief Magistrate with City of Huntsville Municipal Court in February 1997 and served in that capacity until his election in 2008. Prior to working with the court, he served as a Huntsville Police Officer where he worked first, second, and third shift patrol. He went on to become one of the first Drug Abuse Resistance Education Officers (D.A.R.E.) in the State of Alabama and was instrumental in helping to train and certify other law enforcement agencies throughout the southern portion of the United States who sought to implement the D.A.R.E. Program in their communities. Full Bio >
School is back in session, Labor Day is right around the corner and college football fans are counting down the days to kickoff. All sure signs that fall is coming. To that end, Huntsville Parks & Recreation produced a Fall Program Guide, filled with activities, events and programs for every interest, age and ability. Dorianne Johnson, Recreation Superintendent of Community Services, encourages residents to learn more about the 100 free programs [more]Read More
The City of Huntsville’s vision for improving downtown pedestrian access while providing an economic boost to low-income communities is a step closer to reality after securing $20 million in federal grant funding. The pedestrian access and redevelopment corridor (PARC) project has been on the City’s wish list for over a decade, but funding shortfalls kept the project in a holding pattern. The Rebuilding American Infrastructure with Sustainability and Equity (RAISE) grant, [more]Read More
Huntsville’s Green Team wants to know what you think about litter. As part of the City’s larger commitment to being responsible stewards of our environment, Green Team is conducting a city-wide survey through Aug. 31 to receive public input on litter. Green Team is the City’s division responsible for litter prevention as well as environmental outreach and education. TAKE GREEN TEAM’S LITTER SURVEY “Even with our wonderful volunteer groups, it’s hard for a [more]Read More
The City of Huntsville’s efforts to provide more recreation offerings at John Hunt Park will soon include a new community center geared toward the senior population. The old National Guard Armory near John Hunt Park in Huntsville has been closed since 2017. It will be renovated and transformed into the Raymond W. Jones Community Center. The City Council voted Thursday to approve a contract with Lee Builders to transform a former National [more]Read More
Huntsville commuters have struggled with higher costs this summer as fuel prices reached record highs. Though the average price in Huntsville is just shy of $4 per gallon, many drivers are still paying nearly $50 to fill up, depending on the size of their gas tanks. To that end, City of Huntsville officials are urging drivers to “Dump the Pump & Try Transit.” Huntsville’s Parking and Public Transportation Department operates Orbit, [more]Read More