Thomas "Tommy" Battle, Jr.

The 67th Mayor of the City of Huntsville


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Mayor’s Office

Air Pollution Control Awards: Promoting a Clean Environment

April 4, 2019

Each year, the Air Pollution Control Board recognizes voluntary efforts to reduce air pollutant emissions by industrial, institutional and commercial facilities within the City. Only those projects which go beyond regulatory requirements for controlling emissions are eligible for recognition. Mayor Tommy Battle recognized six companies for [more]

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What’s new in plans to build a new City Hall

March 28, 2019

City plans to replace the aging municipal building on Fountain Circle are moving forward with a projected construction timeline for late 2020. Mayor Tommy Battle and his administration have been working on plans for a new municipal complex for many years. The need has been long-recognized [more]

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Join Mayor Battle and turn a Working lunch into a Walking lunch!

March 27, 2019

Healthy Huntsville and the City of Huntsville are partnering with Blue Cross Blue Shield of Alabama to celebrate National Walk @Lunch Day on Wednesday, April 3 between 10:30 a.m. and 1 p.m., in Big Spring Park. Mayor Tommy Battle will lead a kick-off walk at 11 [more]

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Parks & Recreation Opens First Phase of Merrimack Sports Complex

February 27, 2019

The City of Huntsville hosted a ribbon-cutting today to celebrate the opening of four artificial turf fields at the new Merrimack Sports Complex. The bright green synthetic fields are a first for Parks & Recreation, allowing for year-round league play, rain or shine. The turf fields are [more]

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Flooding Forecast: City of Huntsville crews prepare for hazardous weather​ potential

February 18, 2019

The Huntsville Office of the National Weather Service is forecasting between 6 and 8 inches of rain accumulation in Huntsville and North Alabama through Sunday, February 24. Flooding of local waterways, including the Tennessee River, is possible. In preparation for this potentially hazardous weather, the City [more]

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