Articles Tagged “City”

  • City’s Fourth of July Celebration Scheduled

    Looking ahead, you’re invited to join the City of Huntsville Recreation Services at Kate Barr Ross Park on Friday, July 4, 2014 to celebrate the Fourth of July with family entertainment and a large-scale fireworks…

  • City Council Discusses Safe Route To Schools Sidewalk Project Issues

    The Huntsville City Council met in regular session last night at City Hall. One of the main issues under discussion concerned the Safe Route to Schools sidewalk project. Councilmember Allen raised issues with current sidewalk…

  • City Council Meets Tonight

    The Huntsville City Council meets for a regular session at six this evening at City Hall. Tonight’s “Consent Agenda” includes approval of purchase of various sizes of water meters to be used by the Public…

  • City Receives Fitch Rating

    The City of Huntsville received an official notice from Fitch Ratings this week affirming its “AA” investment grade rating – a high quality indicator only two grades below the highest possible rate. According to the…

  • The City of Huntsville Hears Assessment of Buildings

    During this week’s regular session of the Huntsville City Council, councilmembers heard an assessment of the City’s buildings from Greg Wine with the Huitt-Zollars architecture and engineering firm. Wine said, “For a city that has…

  • City Council Met Tuesday Night

    The Huntsville City Council is still in the process of revising the development code–manufactured homes and zoning a major topic for discussion last night. City Development Director Aron Kulhavy filled councilmembers in on the present…

  • Huntsville Aquatic Center To Open

    The Huntsville Aquatic Center will be open to the public Monday, May 26th, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. for the Memorial Day holiday. According to Jay Miller, Aquatic Center Manager, access will be completely…

  • City Receives Gift of Money

    The City of Huntsville would like to express their sincere thanks to local business owner and operator Siraj “Jack” Ali who made $2,500 donations to the Police and Fire Departments Tuesday morning. Ali, whose ten…

  • City & County Interlocal Jail Agreement Approved By Commissioners

    At this week’s regular session of Walker County Commissioners’ Court, commissioners considered approving the interlocal agreement between the City and County for jail services in the new County Jail. Assistant District Attorney Quentin Russell explained…

  • Commissioners Meet

    Walker County Commissioners meet for a regular session at nine this morning at the Courthouse. Walker County Sheriff’s Office Operations Captain Tim Whitecotton will discuss for approval an Interlocal Agreement between the County and the…