News & Updates

Air Quality Forecast March 22, 2019

AIR QUALITY FORECAST FOR HUNTSVILLE

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City Garbage Collection Operating on One Day Delay

Due to the increased volume of garbage from yard work and spring cleaning, the City of Huntsville’s residential garbage collection is delayed by one day starting Thursday, March 21. Residents whose garbage is normally collected on Thursday should leave their cans curbside until City crews arrive [more]

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Name Your Price Pet Adoptions – Help Empty the Shelter!

Huntsville Animal Services is filled to capacity with too many dogs and cats needing a safe and loving home. The community can help through a “Name Your Price” pet adoption special from March 12 through March 23.  Stop by the Shelter, select a pet, name your price, and take home a new best [more]

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February 2019 – Monthly Development Review

Office and retail projects were among the list of non-residential building permits issued in February. Residential permits and CO’s both increased more than 20 percent year-over-year. Residential Permits (new construction) in Huntsville city limits: In February, 173 housing units were permitted, including 143 single- and 30 multi-family. The [more]

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South Huntsville Neighborhood Clean Up Day April 13

Our annual South Huntsville Clean Up Day will be on April 13 and we hope you will join us! Some of you have participated in the past and we welcome your participation again. To help us get ready for the Clean Up, please contact me in [more]

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Pet Appreciation Week

Dogs and cats add so much to the lives of their owners. They serve as therapists, alarm clocks, and personal trainers. In recognition of the unconditional love and joy that pets bring, Huntsville Animal Services is offering special adoption fees during its Pet Appreciation Week. Starting Friday, [more]

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Parks & Recreation Opens First Phase of Merrimack Sports Complex

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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Flood Awareness

Be aware, even though the rain has stopped, the water level is still rising. Due to the Tennessee River reaching greater levels, earlier today Huntsville firefighters passed out informational flyers to the areas that could most likely be affected. Floodwaters are expected to reach their [more]

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

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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Crisis Intervention Officer Certification Graduation

The Huntsville Police Department will be having a C.I.T. (Crisis Intervention Team) graduation next Friday February 22nd at 3:00pm at the Jaycees Building off Airport Rd. The twenty students that participated, include officers from the Huntsville Police Department , Madison County Sheriff’s Office and the [more]

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