Pool Opening 

The pool will open on Saturday, June 3, 2017 for the Summer! Please visit to learn more about fees, programs and more. 

We want to see you enjoying your summer in Home Sweet Huntsville! Tag us in your pictures on Instagram (@cityofhuntsville) to show us how much fun you are having! 

Keeping Zika Out of Huntsville! 

During the first week of May, Governor Greg Abbott and Texas Department of State Health Services (DSHS) Commissioner Dr. John Hellerstedt sent a letter to County Judges and Mayors across the state asking for their continued assistance in combatting locally-transmitted Zika viruses in Texas.

“With the ongoing risk posed by Zika, we are requesting your continued assistance in delaying locally transmitted Zika virus in Texas this year by promoting precautions to prevent mosquito bites and taking action to reduce mosquito breeding grounds in your communities,” read the letter. “We expect local mosquito transmission to resume and persist as the weather warms and mosquito activity increases. The Texas Department of State Health Services stands ready to provide technical expertise as you prepare your locality’s Zika response plans or prepare to conduct community engagement efforts,” the letter continued.

The City’s website also has a page of links and precautions on infectious diseases, including Zika, at or Below is a list of measures communities and individuals can take to protect themselves against mosquito bites and Zika virus.

Read more here... 


Stuffed Animal Sleepover

To kick off the start of the Summer Reading Program the Huntsville Public Library will be hosting a Stuffed Animal Sleepover on Wednesday, May 31st.  Drop off one stuffed animal at the Library between 10 a.m and 5 p.m. Then watch the library's Facebook page ( to see what shenanigans they get into after the library closes.  Pick up your stuffed animals on Thursday, June 1st. This program is for ages 17 and under.

No Smoking Ordinance FAQ

Do you have questions about the newly adopted No Smoking Ordinance? Visit to see a list of FAQs, download the ordinance and print out a no smoking sign for your business. 

Memorial Day Solid Waste Changes 

All City facilities will be closed on Memorial Day, Monday, May 29.  The Solid Waste and Recycling facility will also be closed, and there will be no garbage services that day.

Residential Service - If your cart is normally picked up on Monday, it will be picked up on Wednesday for that week.  There will be no yard waste services that week.  The rest of the pickups for the remainder of the week will remain the same.

Commercial pick up - If your dumpster is normally serviced on Monday, you will be serviced on Tuesday.  Additional trucks will be running this day, so if you are normally picked up on Tuesday, you will still be serviced on Tuesday. The rest of the servicing for the remainder of the week will remain the same.

Town Creek Drainage Project Updates

Progression of the Town Creek Drainage Project is bringing a lot of changes to roads near downtown. Please remember construction dates are flexible and always use caution and be alert around construction zones. 

The most challenging area will be along Sam Houston Avenue in the block between 13th and 14th Streets. From Monday, May 22 until June 4, only one lane of traffic in each direction will be open in that block. Those approaching in the outside lanes from either 12th or 15th Streets must turn before entering the 13th-14th Street block of Sam Houston Avenue. Continue reading... 

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