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City of Huntington to Conduct Vehicle Parade for Class of 2020

Posted 06/16/2020
As a tribute to the Class of 2020, the City of Huntington is coordinating a vehicle parade for all high school seniors who live in Huntington or who attend a high school in Huntington on Friday, June 19.

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Huntington Fire Department launches recruitment campaign

Posted 05/14/2020
The Huntington Fire Department is now accepting applications through June 19, 2020.

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Huntington Receives Two Brownfields Grants Totaling $812,590

Posted 05/07/2020
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has announced that Huntington has been selected to receive two Brownfields cleanup and assessment grants totaling $812,590.

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Mayor signs order establishing temporary rules for outdoor dining

Posted 05/01/2020
HUNTINGTON – Mayor Steve Williams has signed an executive order establishing temporary rules that expedite the process for restaurants to set up outdoor dining.

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Campaign signs prohibited on public rights-of-way

Posted 04/30/2020
HUNTINGTON -- The City of Huntington would like to remind all candidates running for public office that placing campaign signs in public rights-of-way is prohibited.

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First Responder Parade to Salute Health Care Workers Planned for April 30

Posted 04/28/2020
The City of Huntington has organized a first-responder parade to salute health care workers at Cabell Huntington Hospital and St. Mary's Medical Center on Thursday, April 30. Participating agencies will include Huntington Police, Huntington Fire, Huntington Public Works, Marshall University Police Department, Cabell County EMS, Cabell County Sheriff's Department, West Virginia State Police and more. Vehicles in the parade will line up at Huntington Fire Department Centennial Station No. 1, 839 7th Ave., at 11:45 a.m. They will leave at noon and travel to Cabell Huntington Hospital and then to St. Mary’s.

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Huntington Recognized as 2020 Tree City USA Community

Posted 04/24/2020
The City of Huntington has been recognized as a Tree City USA community for 2020 by the Arbor Day Foundation. This is the 20th year that Huntington has received the recognition from the program, which has been greening up cities and communities since 1976.

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City Extending Amnesty Period Through June 30

Posted 04/22/2020
The City of Huntington is extending its period for waiving penalties that have accrued on delinquent municipal service and refuse fees through June 30, 2020.

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Huntington Planning Commission Soliciting Comments for May 4, 2020 Meeting

Posted 04/21/2020
In order to comply with the governor’s executive order no. 24-20, which requires essential businesses and operations to limit the number of members of the public entering their premises, the May 4, 2020, Huntington Planning Commission meeting will not permit any members of the public to be physically present in City Council chambers

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APRIL 14: COVID-19 forces temporary closure of trash dropoff facility

Posted 04/14/2020
In the interest of public health and safety during the COVID-19 pandemic, the Deitz Hollow Landfill trash drop-off facility in Guyandotte is closed until further notice.

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