Neighborhood Planning: Five Points/Northeast Huntsville

Neighborhood Planning: Five Points/Northeast Huntsville

In Five Points and Northeast Huntsville, all signs point to a rapidly transforming section of the City. Excellent access and proximity to employment (Downtown and Huntsville Hospital) and recreation (Monte Sano and the Land Trust) make it an attractive place for people of all ages. As development pressures mount, now is the time to discuss the future of this area.

Join the BIG Picture on October 17th at 6PM at the Cooper House (405 Randolph Ave. SE) for a charrette, where we will use interactive exercises so residents can help us create a Small Area Plan (SAP) for the Five Points and Northeast Huntsville neighborhoods (see map below). SAPs utilize the principles set forth in the BIG Picture. They are fully created from public input and are tailored to the unique challenges facing neighborhoods and opportunity sites. After the meeting, we will post the a recap of the meeting here, as well as any results and takeaways from the interactive exercises.

This event is free and open to the public. Special thanks to Central Presbyterian Church for the use of their facility.

Study Area Boundary (in gray, click to enlarge)Five Points Northeast Huntsville Study Area Boundary