Articles Tagged “City of Huntsville”

  • Heavy Trash & Yard Waste Info

    Effective April 3, 2015, customers who call in for Heavy Trash Service will have a $25.00 charge added to their City of Huntsville utility account bill each time the service is used. This service is…

  • Councilmember Lydia Montgomery On Home Programs

    There has been success in helping people with housing in our area through the efforts of the City. After having talked with Neighborhood Resources Director Sherry McKibben, Position #2 Counclmember Lydia Montgomery told us all…

  • Christmas Tree Disposal

    The City of Huntsville’s Streets Department will pick up Christmas trees–not artificial ones–at the street’s edge from Monday, January 5, through Friday, January 9, only. All trees must be on the curb by Monday, January…

  • City Manager Matt Benoit Looks At 2014-15

    We begin to close out 2014 in the City of Huntsville and head into 2015. City Manager Matt Benoit comments . . . .  

  • Commissioners Discuss Damage To Storm Shelter Insurance Issue

    One of the issues on the Walker County Commissioner Court’s agenda Monday involved receiving insurance payment in regard to a claim on the City of Huntsville in reference to accidental damage to the storm shelter.…

  • Commissioners Meet

    Walker County Commissioners will meet this morning at nine at the Courthouse. Today’s “Consent Agenda” includes awarding the purchase of  County Clerk modular furniture to HBI Office Solutions based on best value through a competitively…

  • National Night Out Kicks Off At 4 PM

    HPD Officer Mark Jenkins tells us that the City of Huntsville is hosting National Night today from 4 to 7 PM in the Target and Academy parking lot . . . .   In addition…

  • Update On Changes In City Council Race

    According to the final update on campaign filings from the City of Huntsville website, candidate for City Council At-large Position #3 Kendall Scudder has withdrawn from that race and filed to run against councilmember Keith…

  • Fireworks Safety Advice from Assistant Fire Chief John Hobbs

    The Fourth of July comes up this weekend, and Assistant Fire Chief John Hobbs reminds us that using fireworks in the City of Huntsville is illegal. He recently passed along some fireworks safety tips .…

  • Commissioners to Exclude City in Grant Application

    Monday at Commissioners’ Court, Commissioners voted not to include the City of Huntsville in their application for a grant that might allow them funds for radios for area volunteer fire departments. The overall grant of…