Articles Tagged “City”

  • Alarm Permits Available

    The Huntsville Police Department encourages all residents and business owners to review the City’s alarm ordinance and to purchase the required permits as soon as possible. According to HPD Chief Kevin Lunsford, the department has…

  • Council Discusses Consultant Fees

    At Tuesday night’s council session, much of the discussion centered on how much to spend on consultants to guide the City in space assessments of various buildings and on design issues of the Davidson Wastewater…

  • “No Refusal” Event Scheduled This Month

    The Huntsville Police Department will partner with the Walker County District Attorney’s office, the Walker County Sheriff’s Office and the City of Huntsville Municipal Court to conduct a “No Refusal” event on Thursday, August 28th.…

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filings from the City of Huntsville website, candidate for City Council At-large Position #3 Kendall Scudder has withdrawn from that race and filed to run against councilmember Keith…

  • City Council Meets Tonight

    The Huntsville City Council meets for a regular session tonight at six at City Hall. Tonight’s “Consent Agenda” includes authorizing the City Manager to accept funding from the Department of Criminal Justice Bulletproof Vest Program…

  • Gibbs-Powell House Improvements

    At this week’s regular session of Walker County Commissioners, commissioners approved payment of up to $2,000 to the Walker County Historical Commission for a budgeted match of projects to improve the Gibbs Powell House Museum. …

  • City Seeks Bids For New Sidewalks

    At this week’s Huntsville City Council session, sidewalk projects that the City is getting ready to bid were discussed. CIP Manager Mike Goebel said, “We have two sidewalks that we want to install. They’re going…

  • City Council Meets Tonight

    The Huntsville City Council will meet at City Hall at six this evening. Tonight’s “Consent Agenda” includes the adoption of an ordinance calling the November 4th general election for the purpose of electing four at-large…

  • BFI Crossroads Pulling Out of New Spec’s And Other 380 Incentive Developments For Now

    BFI Crossroads–the company who visited the Huntsville City Council recently and planned on developing a commercial site for a new Spec’s, a sit-down restaurant and other commercial enterprises in between Ravenwood Shopping Center and Walmart–has…

  • Water Line On Normal Park Ruptures

    During the early morning hours on Friday, July 18, a 12” water line on Normal Park ruptured. City Water crews immediately responded and commenced repairs, diverting traffic around the break and notifying impacted residents where…