Steps are being taken to calm traffic and enhance pedestrian safety on major thoroughfares near Marshall University’s campus and in downtown Huntington.
An artist who has been selected to coordinate asphalt art projects in three Huntington neighborhoods will meet with residents during community meetings next week to gain input for the designs.
The sign-up period for a curbside recycling program in Huntington that will launch on Oct. 1, 2022, is now underway.
Spring paving in Huntington will begin in the near future with approximately $800,000 in paving projects.
The City of Huntington, Huntington Fire Department, West Virginia State Fire Marshal’s Office and the American Red Cross are teaming up to offer a free smoke alarm installation program to residents of the city’s Fairfield neighborhood this summer.
The City of Huntington has scheduled a series of clean sweeps for this spring and summer.
The City of Huntington is offering an amnesty period for waiving penalties that have accrued on delinquent municipal service and refuse fees.
The City of Huntington begins accepting applications for the Project Shine housing rehabilitation program from March 22-April 28.
A new platform called Huntington WV 311 will allow citizens to report and submit city service requests or complaints.
Sections of the Paul Ambrose Trail for Health (PATH) will be going through the first phase of a maintenance project starting this week.