In September 2009, the Huntsville Cultural District was designated by the Texas Commission on the Arts as one of the first seven state cultural districts. Centered in the downtown area of the city, the Cultural District features museums, art galleries, artist studios and workshops, historic homes, theaters and theatrical performances, and cultural events and festivals. The Cultural District is also home to some of the finest historical architecture in Texas. Murals created by world-renowned artist Richard Haas and unique homes built from recycled materials created by Dan Phillips of Phoenix Commotion complement the historic aspects of the district.
The City of Huntsville currently utilizes Lone Star Auctioneer Services to dispose of City surplus through an online auction.
Select from one of various types of maps available within the city website.
Parks, facilities, and amenity listings, sometimes available for rent or reservation
Serving Huntsville, Texas and the surrounding communities since 1967, Huntsville Public Library is recognized as an institution that strives to provide high-quality services for the community.
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Opportunity to submit concerns, complaints, and problems directly to the organization
Find out how to get your child involved with Safety Town, a child-sized town designed to provide hands-on education for children.
Peruse the schools for K-12 in the City of Huntsville.
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Explore the various tourism sites and attractions in the City of Huntsville.
Explore all there is to see, do, participate in and more in the Huntsville, Texas area.
The Walker County Treasures website houses a collection of photos from the county.