Category - Citizens Academies

18
Jul

Traveling Exhibition

After two years of planning, analysis, and community engagement, the BIG Picture is beginning to shape the Comprehensive Plan for the City of Huntsville. Join us as we provide a review of what we’ve heard from you, and where we think the new master plan is going. The exhibit will offer a look at the Principles …

9
Jun

Complete Streets Event

Date: June 15, 2016 Presenters: John Robert Smith, Senior Policy Advisor, Transportation for America; Emiko Atherton, Director, National Complete Streets Coalition Location: Campus No. 805 Recap Full Presentation (PDF) In December 2015, Huntsville was one of seven communities nationwide selected from a pool of over 67 applications by Smart Growth America to participate in the technical assistance program. Stretching …

8
Mar

Johnson High School

Johnson High School Community Town Hall Date: August 29, 2017 Presenters: Councilman Devyn Keith, City of Huntsville; John Hamilton, City of Huntsville; Dennis Madsen, City of Huntsville Location: Johnson High School Auditorium Presentation (PDF) Conceptual Plans (Click to enlarge)— these renderings were drawn to give a representation of what could be built on the Johnson site, based on community input …

18
Feb

Berachah

As our community continues to grow, the City of Huntsville and the Huntsville/Madison County Public Library know how important it is that our public amenities keep up with that growth.  As part of the BIG Picture planning process, we invite the residents and neighbors to help shape a vision for the future of the Berachah …

18
Feb

Speaker Series: Rolf Eisinger and Mike Sewell

Rolf Eisinger, Bicycle and Pedestrian Coordinator with Louisville (Kentucky) Metro, and Mike Sewell, Principal Engineer with Gresham Smith and Partners came to Huntsville on February 18, 2016 as part of the BIG Picture Speaker Series. The event was held at Merrimack Hall.  Eisinger and Sewell have been instrumental in the transition Louisville has made in the past decade to transform into a …

15
Oct

Neighborhood Planning: Medical District

The Medical District DRAFT Master Plan  View DRAFT Master Plan PDF Open House: January 27, 2016 Medical District Neighborhood Planning Workshop Date: October 14, 2015 Presenter: Dennis Madsen, City of Huntsville Location: Huntsville High School Freshman Academy A map of the workshop planning area. (Source: City of Huntsville GIS) The Medical District Planning Workshop took place on October 14, 2015, and …

13
Oct

Grissom High School Master Plan

When the new Grissom opens in the Fall of 2017, it will leave behind a campus off Bailey Cove, in the heart of South Huntsville.  In anticipation for that time, multiple departments in the City of Huntsville (Planning, Parks and Recreation, and General Services among them), in cooperation with Huntsville City Schools, the Huntsville-Madison County …

30
Sep

Speaker Series: Ryan Gravel

Ryan Gravel, who envisioned the wildly popular Atlanta BeltLine, came to Huntsville on September 29th, 2015 as part of the BIG Picture Speaker Series. The event was held at Merrimack Hall. While a graduate student in architecture and city planning at Georgia Tech, Gravel conceived the idea that eventually became the Atlanta BeltLine. The BeltLine is a …

7
May

Next Steps

After a year of input, study, and analysis, we are ready to begin framing the comprehensive plan! On May 7th, the BIG Picture: Next Steps Event was held at Trinity United Methodist Church’s New Room on Airport Road. We pinpointed the big questions to answer and identified issues that will guide our decision making. We looked to prioritize projects and initiatives, and …

19
Mar

Transportation

Huntsville is fortunate to have short commute times and relatively little traffic– major selling points for residents and companies that move from larger peer cities like Washington, DC and San Jose, CA. But with a growing population and federal and state transportation dollars dwindling, how are we going to handle traffic in the future, and …

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