City At A Glance
About Huntsville, AL
Huntsville’s climate and proximity to the Tennessee River make fishing, boating and camping part of almost year-round fun for residents. The city's rich history and dedication to the arts shows through Huntsville's festivals, museums and local attractions, like the Huntsville Clubhouse Cedarhurst Mansion, Big Spring Jam and botanical garden. Its business reputation as a technology center attracts a skilled and talented workforce, and technology-focused programs benefit local students. Huntsville is also home to several colleges, including the University of Alabama-Huntsville and Alabama A&M.