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Mayor’s Office

The Mayor of Huntsville.

Thomas "Tommy" Battle, Jr.

The 67th Mayor of the City of Huntsville

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Mayor Battle Statement in Response to Protests

June 1, 2020 Click to view Mayor Battle Statement in Response to Protests

“The events in Minnesota have shaken people around the country to the core, including many of our residents in Huntsville. We share the outrage at the senseless death of George Floyd. What we witnessed in that horrible video should never occur. We pray for healing and justice. “As the country rises in protest, there are those in Huntsville who have chosen to demonstrate their hurt and frustration with calls for reform [more]

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Cyclists gear up for the 11th annual Mayor’s Bike Ride on Saturday, May 30

May 26, 2020 Click to view Cyclists gear up for the 11th annual Mayor’s Bike Ride on Saturday, May 30

Mayor Tommy Battle and Healthy Huntsville invite the public to join them this Saturday, May 30, for a free, family-friendly four-mile bike ride around Downtown Huntsville. The 10 a.m. ride will begin and end on Church Street in Big Spring Park by the Downtown YMCA. Part of the Healthy Huntsville program, which promotes fitness and nutrition, the annual Mayor’s Bike Ride also coincides with Bike Safety Month when the City celebrates [more]

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City of Huntsville to host virtual Memorial Day program

May 21, 2020 Click to view City of Huntsville to host virtual Memorial Day program

The City of Huntsville will continue a Memorial Day tradition with a program and wreath-laying ceremony in honor and remembrance of those who died while serving in the United States Armed Forces. In the best interest of public health, this year’s ceremony will be presented virtually on Monday, May 25, at 8 a.m. The public is invited to join in by watching the event on one of the City’s media platforms. HSV [more]

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Mayor Battle Issues Face Cover Challenge

May 5, 2020 Click to view Mayor Battle Issues Face Cover Challenge

In phase one of Alabama’s re-opening plan, Mayor Tommy Battle is reminding everyone it’s more important than ever to cover up when you head out. “The COVID-19 virus hasn’t left town,” said Mayor Battle. “Wearing a mask or face covering provides another barrier of protection for you, your family, friends and strangers. It’s really an act of love and respect for others.” The Mayor is issuing a Face Cover Challenge for residents [more]

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Huntsville pays tribute to front-line City workers: #OneHuntsville

May 4, 2020 Click to view Huntsville pays tribute to front-line City workers: #OneHuntsville

The City of Huntsville has remained open for business throughout the COVID-19 shutdown to protect and care for the public’s needs. Employees have taken every precaution possible to provide daily services for residents. From 911 to Fire & Rescue, Sanitation, Public Transit, Public Works and more – every department in the City of Huntsville stepped up to help. Mayor Tommy Battle asked several City employees to submit cell phone video of [more]

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