Will Culver Council Member

District 5

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 >

Council Member Will Culver

Mayor Battle Introduces FY 2018 Budget to City Council

September 14, 2017

Mayor Tommy Battle presented the City’s proposed budget for Fiscal Year 2018 to the City Council at tonight’s regularly scheduled meeting. The Mayor proposed a balanced $400.6 million budget, which includes $197.6 million in general fund operations and $157.6 million in capital projects. The general fund, or operating budget, represents [more]

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City Council – Meeting Highlights from August 10, 2017

August 11, 2017

City Council voted unanimously to rename the site of the former Grissom High School property on Bailey Cove Road as the Sandra Moon Community Complex. Moon, one of the Council’s most popular and highly regarded members during her tenure, served as District 3 Council Member [more]

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Public Meeting for Downtown Bike/Pedestrian Plan

July 31, 2017

Urban planners will host a public meeting on Aug. 2 to review implementation plans for bike and pedestrian improvements in the City’s core as recommended in the Downtown Master Plan Update. Residents are invited to join us as we review the bike plan for Downtown, and [more]

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City Council – Highlights from the July 13, 2017 Meeting

July 14, 2017

Economic Development Council voted 5-0 to approve an increase in the lodging tax to support a new $42 million renovation and expansion of the Von Braun Center. The amendment to the ordinance would increase the lodging tax by 2% and add a $1 charge per room [more]

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City Council – Highlights from the June 8, 2017 meeting

June 9, 2017

Military honored  The new bridge on Old Madison Pike near Indian Creek Greenway, between Jan Davis and Slaughter Roads will be named the “Korean War Veterans Memorial Bridge,” thanks to unanimous approval of the City Council. Advocates for the naming of the bridge to honor Korean [more]

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