It doesn’t take a rocket scientist to connect with your City government – Huntsville has made it easy. Whether you’re looking to learn the latest news, report issues or just provide feedback, we are ready to assist.
Here are the six easiest and most efficient ways to interact with your City government:
HuntsvilleAL.gov is always available in just a few clicks. Whether you’re on a mobile device or at home in front of a computer, our website is a one-stop-shop for the latest City of Huntsville information.
If you’re seeking happenings across the Rocket City or just want to check out the garbage schedule, our website is the place to look. In addition to information on City services, HuntsvilleAL.gov offers video, news and other important public content in the media center.
You’re also welcome to search the website for information on various departments, find City Council agendas or get information on business licenses. It’s all available at the touch of a finger on HuntsvilleAL.gov!
If you have a non-emergency service request, Huntsville Connect is the perfect way to find a fix.
The free mobile and web application allows residents to report anything from potholes to litter to pets without an owner. The software lets users post photos of their issue and get feedback in real time. If the situation is sensitive, you can report it confidentially.
Huntsville Connect also ensures you know when the problem is resolved with a quick notification!
The City of Huntsville, and several of its key departments, is active on all major social media platforms.
From Facebook and Twitter to Instagram and LinkedIn, connect with us on social media for up-to-date information and features on some of the City’s most vital services and initiatives.
A full list of social media accounts can be found on our directory.
Critical information is just a text or email away when you sign up for City Alerts.
These personalized alerts include everything from Huntsville/Madison County Emergency Management Agency updates to traffic information from the Huntsville Police Department to notifications from various City personnel.
Sign up for alerts with this form. You’re free to customize them to your preferences and unsubscribe anytime.
Are you interested in learning what’s going on with the Huntsville Music Office? Maybe you want to find out the latest details on a project from your City Council member? E-newsletters are available to deliver that information straight to your email.
The digital newsletters, sent monthly except for Mayor Tommy Battle’s weekly update, provide valuable information on the topics you care about.
See a full list of available e-newsletters and sign up on our website.
If you want to be more involved in your local government, the best place to start is by attending a public meeting.
The City Calendar offers a comprehensive list of upcoming meetings – offering residents a chance to speak with their elected officials and others within City government. These meetings include everything from City Council to the Huntsville Historic Preservation Commission.
See the full list of upcoming public meetings on the calendar.