Articles Tagged “City of Huntsville”

  • State of the City Address Tonight

    You’re invited to an annual event put on by the City of Huntsville tonight. City Secretary Lee Woodward tells us all about it . . . .

  • City Completes 30-inch Water Line Repair

    As of last Friday, the City of Huntsville has completed a repair to the 30” water line between the city and the Trinity River Authority (TRA) plant. Early Wednesday morning, September 27, the City of…

  • I-45 Construction Closure Ahead

    New Waverly firefighter and paramedic Jimmy Williams advises us that another I-45 construction closure is planned for this weekend.  Northbound traffic will be diverted to share a lane with southbound traffic.  Firefighters have ramped up…

  • Council Approves Tax Rate

    Tuesday night, the Huntsville City Council adopted a tax rate for levying taxes for the City of Huntsville for Fiscal Year 2017-18. Councilmember Rodriguez announced the rate . . . .   So, the council…

  • City Council Meets

    The Huntsville City Council meets this evening at six at City Hall. Tonight’s “Consent Agenda” includes authorization for the City Manager to submit an application to the Office of the Governor’s Criminal Justice Division for…

  • City Not Issuing Water Sampling Notices in Additional Areas of Town

    The City says that in regard to water sampling notices, there has been a report that the notices are appearing in additional areas around town. Local residents may have received a notice on their door…

  • Temporary Traffic Pattern Changes to Avenue J

    Be aware that there will be traffic pattern changes on Avenue J from Sam Houston Avenue to 21st Street in the upcoming weeks. These lane closures are not a City of Huntsville or Sam Houston…

  • Two Long-time Employees Retiring from City

    At the end of July, two City employees will be retiring–Public Works Director Carol Reed and Street Superintendent David Welch.  Public Works Director Carol Reed started with the City of Huntsville on November 4, 1992.…

  • City Of Huntsville Seeking Help In Water Samplings

    The City of Huntsville is seeking help from residents to complete water quality sampling as required by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ). This program requires water…

  • Liquor By The Drink Petition In New Waverly

    A group of local residents and business owners in the New Waverly area are collecting petition signatures aimed at putting an initiative allowing “liquor by the drink” on the ballot this fall for Walker County…