Thomas "Tommy" Battle, Jr.

The 67th Mayor of the City of Huntsville


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Mayor’s Office

Fun, Fit, Free – Two Months of Healthy Huntsville Events to Get You Moving

April 18, 2018

Try something new or tried and true! That’s the message from the Healthy Huntsville team after announcing the 2018 Mayor’s Bike Ride and summer series of free fitness classes designed to have you riding, rowing, dancing, balancing and more. From POUND Fit to Zumba, the Mayor’s Bike [more]

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Aldridge Creek Greenway Opens Half-Mile Extension

April 3, 2018

The Aldridge Creek Greenway is one-half mile longer, following today’s opening of a new segment from Weatherly Road to Essingler Road. This brings the total miles completed on the Aldridge Creek Greenway to six. Mayor Tommy Battle and Council Member Jennie Robinson joined City planners, the Land [more]

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Senator Shelby Leads Congressional Approval of $110 Million Federal Courthouse in Huntsville

March 23, 2018

Mayor Tommy Battle is commending Alabama Senator Richard Shelby for his leadership in the Congressional appropriations process to secure funding for programs that benefit national defense and federal activities in Alabama, including the construction of a $110 million federal courthouse in Huntsville. “The federal courthouse, a legacy [more]

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Site Study Recommends Downtown Location for New Municipal Complex

March 16, 2018

City leaders have published the final report from the first phase of a site study and concept plan for a new municipal complex conducted by Goodwyn Mills Cawood (GMC), the architectural and engineering firm retained to work on the analysis in February 2017.  The administration [more]

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Mayor Battle Statement on Overnight Shooting

March 8, 2018

Mayor Tommy Battle released the following statement regarding last night’s shooting and subsequent death of a two-year-old child at a home on Murray Road. “An innocent child is dead because of a senseless shooting evolving from an argument among reckless adults. No matter the root cause, [more]

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