Articles Tagged “City”

  • City Accepting General Ballot Applications July 21st

    City of Huntsville Deputy City Secretary Kristin Edwards informs us that applications for a place on the City of Huntsville general election ballot will be accepted beginning Saturday, July 21st . . . .

  • City Council Meets Tonight

    The Huntsville City Council will meet for a regular session tonight at six at City Hall. There will be a presentation of the SHSU Criminal Justice summer interns for the Huntsville Police Department. Tonight’s “Consent…

  • Council Moves Forward on “Pride Points” Customer Contact Program

    At the Huntsville City Council’s last regular session, councilmembers considered approval of the “Pride Points” Customer Contact program. Position #2 Councilmember Lydia Montgomery explained the program . . . . Position #1 Councilmember James Fitch…

  • Council Discusses SHSU Research Park

    Huntsville City Council members held a special session last night to discuss SHSU’s planned Research Park. Tipton and Associates Architect Ken Tipton explained to the Council who was involved in the project . . .…

  • Fourth of July Celebration Planned for Saturday

    You’re invited to join the City of Huntsville Recreation Services at Kate Barr Ross Park this Saturday, June 30th, to celebrate the Fourth of July with family entertainment and a large-scale fireworks show. According to…

  • Work on City Budget Underway

    At this week’s Huntsville City Council session, Mayor Mac Woodward said work on the City budget is underway . . . . Mayor Woodward said they will be reviewing capital projects on June 27th during…

  • City of Huntsville Outdoor Program Planned

    It’s summer, and if you’re looking to have some fun in the great outdoors, the City of Huntsville Recreation Department has a program coming up you might be interested in. Program Assistant Kim Barnes has…

  • City Council Firm Presentations & Meeting Tonight

    The Huntsville City Council will hold a workshop at five this afternoon at City Hall. From 5 to 8 PM there will be presentations by firms seeking to assist the City in their search for…

  • Camelia Lake Water Level Down

    Since a wastewater line burst underneath Camelia Lake in the Elkins Lake subdivision in late April, the lake water level has been down. The water level was lowered to enable crews to fix the line.…

  • Independence Celebration Scheduled for June 30th

    Program Assistant Kim Barnes invites you to join City of Huntsville Recreation Services as they celebrate the 4th of July on Saturday, June 30th, at Kate Barr Ross Park . . . . For more…