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#GoPlayHsv Challenge
Posted on Jun 29th, 2017 Comments (0)
We got an email from the City on some fun ways to spend the summer here in Huntsville.
You can get all the details from www.huntsvilleal.gov/goplayhsv
In celebration of National Parks & Recreation Month, the City of Huntsville has launched a new campaign – #GoPlayHsv. To keep things simple, we’ve compiled all the information you need to know about the month-long celebration, how to participate, special updates and why we’re celebrating in the first place.
Play in our parks. Get your play on by joining an athletic league. Prepare yourself for play by using your neighborhood rec center’s exercise equipment or taking part in a Yoga class. Whatever your play preference is, we have on request: Go play, Huntsville. Challenge Checklist Are you up for the challenge?
Mayor Battle has proclaimed July 2017 Parks & Recreation month in the Rocket City, and we’re celebrating by challenging Huntsville residents and visitors to take advantage of the City’s parks and recreation offerings every day in July.
View the challenge checklist online or print it out to carry with you as you complete the challenge.
Highway 431 Zoning Maps
Posted on Jun 28th, 2017 Comments (0)
Regarding the area along the Highway 431 Corridor discussion with Mark Russell and Dennis Madsen.
Hampton Cove Community Yard Sale
Posted on Apr 8th, 2017 Comments (0)
Hampton Cove Community Yard Sale April 8, 2017.
Police will be directing traffic and some streets may be temporarily one way.
Hampton Cove Community Yard Sale
Posted on Apr 8th, 2017 Comments (0)
Our yard sale is on April 8, 2017. Police will be directing traffic and some streets may temporarily one way.
Hampton Cove Yard Sale
Posted on Apr 8th, 2017 Comments (0)
The spring yard sale will be April 8, 2017.
CDC News Release Regarding Zika
Posted on Aug 16th, 2016

The below checklist may assist residents with checking their own yards:

The Florida Department of Health has identified an area in one neighborhood of Miami where Zika virus is being spread by local mosquitoes. This is the first known local transmission of Zika virus in the continental United States. Anyone who has traveled to this area any time after June 15 could be infected. Symptoms include fever, rash, joint pain, and red eyes; however, only about 20% of infected individuals have symptoms. Due to the birth defects associated with the virus, The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) does not recommend for pregnant women to travel to an area where Zika outbreaks are ongoing, including this area of Florida. For more information about the outbreak in Florida, please go to: http://www.cdc.gov/zika/intheus/florida-....

Men and women can sexually transmit the virus to their sex partners, so it is very important all CDC recommendations are followed to protect pregnant women (www.cdc.gov/zika). Anyone who has traveled to an area where outbreaks are occurring should avoid mosquito bites for 3 weeks following their return to the United States, even if they do not have any symptoms.

The Vector Control Division of the Madison County Health Department encourages all residents to please practice the THREE D’s of mosquito bite prevention- Drain, Dress, and Defend:
• Drain: Empty and scrub out water containers at least twice a week;
• Dress: Wear long sleeves; long pants; and light-colored, loose-fitting clothing, including shoes and socks, if you are outdoors while mosquitoes are active;
• Defend: Properly apply an EPA-registered insect repellent with active ingredients, such as DEET, picaridin, IR3535, or oil of lemon-eucalyptus. Apply sunscreen first, then insect repellent. Follow all label instructions.

The species of mosquito that is likely responsible for the current transmission in Florida is the Aedes aegypti, which is not common in the Huntsville area; however, we do have the Aedes albopictus (Asian tiger mosquito), which can be a potential transmitter of the virus.

It is very important for residents to help control the mosquito population by addressing breeding areas in their own yards and reporting potential problems in their neighbors’ yards. Mosquitoes can breed in a very small amount of standing water. It is not possible for our office to know what is in every yard, so if a resident is aware of a potential problem, please let us know. Complaints to our office are confidential and we assist residents in addressing the problem through advisement or we will treat a problem area, such as a swimming pool with standing water, at no charge to the resident. We all must work together as a community to minimize the number of adult mosquitoes in the environment.

The below checklist may assist residents with checking their own yards:

We are available by appointment to conduct a courtesy yard assessment for any resident that is having a mosquito problem. To request an assessment or to report a potential mosquito breeding problem, please call (256) 532-1915 or send an email to Cheryl.Clay@adph.state.al.us. We are also available to speak at community meetings.
Proposed Dog Park
Posted on Sep 4th, 2015
Great news from Mark Russell today. The City of Huntsville is considering building a dog park and archery range in our area. It will be on Wade Rd, on our side of Highway 431. It will have 2 areas, the large dog section is over an acre, and the other space
is separated for smaller dogs. The plan includes sunshade areas and benches.
See a rendering here.
Tree Removal in Twelve Stones
Posted on Jun 23rd, 2015 Comments (0)
The City of Huntsville will begin soon to remove trees that are damaging sidewalks in Twelve Stones. Attached is a list of those trees and the status of their removal. The city will replace trees at the request of residents. Also attached is a lsit of appropriate replacement trees.
Paving in Hampton Cove
Posted on Jun 12th, 2015 Comments (0)
Good news to report: the contract for paving Hampton Cove Way, Kincade Way and Tammerack Lane (Honor’s Row to Hampton Cove Way) was approved. Work should begin within 60 days and should have completed the project by the end of July. If you are on another street, the City scores each street and then paves on a priority system spreading the work around the City. This information came from Mark Russell. Hampton Cove does not make decisions regarding street paving.

Grande Highlands 3rd Addition
Posted on Feb 6th, 2015
New in Hampton Cove...
           Grande Highlands, Third Addition is a new subdivision with 17 lots for homes and homesites.  Please contact Estelle Phillips for more information at 256-990-2936 or estellephillips.com.