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Green Team

#LitterFreeHSV: Two chances to ‘keep Huntsville beautiful’ this weekend

January 31, 2024 Click to view #LitterFreeHSV: Two chances to ‘keep Huntsville beautiful’ this weekend

Keep Huntsville beautiful and green! Volunteers are encouraged to pitch in Saturday, Feb. 3, at two cleanup opportunities hosted by Green Team. Events will be held for the Archer Park and Terry Heights communities. Both cleanups last from 9-11 a.m. Those attending the Terry Heights Cleanup Day should meet at Meadow Drive Baptist Church, 1000 Meadow Drive. “We need a whole village to create a litter free community,” said Green Team [more]

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Unveiling tree service abuses: Insights from Huntsville’s Arborist

January 28, 2024 Click to view Unveiling tree service abuses: Insights from Huntsville’s Arborist

There are always unscrupulous characters who seek to take advantage of homeowners, but Huntsville’s Arborist Marc Byers said he’s heard it all. By alerting residents to potential scams, Byers strives to foster a community well-informed about proper tree care, ensuring the preservation of Huntsville’s urban canopy, and discouraging unethical competition to hard-working legitimate tree services. To that end, he’s sharing insights into frequently encountered scenarios related to tree services. Byers aims to [more]

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Friends of Trees help grow Huntsville’s Tree Canopy

January 26, 2024 Click to view Friends of Trees help grow Huntsville’s Tree Canopy

The next time you’re walking along the Aldridge Creek Greenway and you notice some newly-planted trees, think about the City of Huntsville’s Green Team and the Friends of Trees organization. Because when they teamed up for a tree planting in December, they were thinking about the people walking along the greenway. Green Team and Friends of Trees worked together to plant 80 trees on the greenway in December in a continuing [more]

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Creating and maintaining a clean and beautiful city through Green Team’s Adopt-a-Spot

January 25, 2024 Click to view Creating and maintaining a clean and beautiful city through Green Team’s Adopt-a-Spot

How can you make Huntsville a better and more beautiful place? All you need is a willing spirit, a little time and the City’s Green Team will guide you from there. You’ve heard of the Adopt-a-Mile program, an organized effort by volunteers to pick up litter in designated areas that are typically about a mile in length. The Green Team, however, is broadening the program in Huntsville as Adopt-a-Spot to help [more]

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City of Huntsville municipal offices closed Friday, Jan. 19

January 19, 2024 Click to view City of Huntsville municipal offices closed Friday, Jan. 19

City of Huntsville municipal offices will be closed Friday, Jan. 19, due to continued travel issues from this week’s winter weather event. Offices were set to reopen at 11 a.m. today, but after reassessing road conditions, the decision was made to close to ensure employees’ safety. All offices will reopen at 8 a.m. Monday, Jan. 22. The closure means court functions, government offices, services, trash collection and transit operations will not operate. [more]

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Contact
  • Phone:

    256-532-5326

  • Address:

    Green Team Office

    3242 Leeman Ferry Rd. SW

    Huntsville, AL 35801

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  • Email:

    Green.Team@huntsvilleal.gov

    Green Team

  • Hours:

    Monday – Friday, 7 a.m. – 4 p.m.