Ivy Plantation

Open Issues: 49 Closed Issues: 966 Acknowledged Issues: 12
Watching issues created after: 2011-01-20

East Huntsville

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  • 162 Old Gurley Rd Ne Huntsville, AL 35811, USA - Huntsville
    Need more shopping options in this area
  • 162 Old Gurley Rd Ne Huntsville, AL 35811, USA - Huntsville
    Like Harris Hills. With Target, Best Buy, Kirklands, Michaels. It is a long way into town and this shopping complex would draw customers from Scottsboro and Gurley areas. There is NOTHING close by and located for those areas. And NO ONE wants to go to the Wal Mart on 72/Sparkman. Some Nice Sit down restaurants.
  • 1800-1806 State Highway 2 Huntsville, AL 35811, USA - Huntsville
    Resume construction of New commercial development on HWY 72 & Mooresmill. Roads were cleared for this retail/business development, but nothing materialized. Retail shops, restaurants, theatre, hotel, and other businesses were part of the Harris Hills site plans dated 8/02/2007.
  • 1624 Hwy 72 E Huntsville, AL 35811, USA - Huntsville
    Target, Whole Foods, Ikea, Old Navy, Bowling alley/movie theater (AMC, Rave or maybe even another Monaco?), World Market, Best Buy, nice clothing shopping (for men too), a nice hotel (Hilton?) ... Anything but "highway retail".. Huntsville has enough of that. This could serve Five Points, Chase, Moores Mill, Riverton, New Market, Meridianville, Hazel Green, western Jackson county and Fayetteville or Scottsboro.
  • 150 Keel Mountain Road Gurley, Alabama - Gurley
    there is water standing in the wood behind homes off Keel Mountain road this is a mosquito breeding ground
  • 1801 Gaslight Way Huntsville, Alabama - Huntsville
    Shed sitting in front / side yard in violation of Huntsville City Zoning Code Article 73.8 "No accessory structure shall be erected in any front yard or any required side yard" within the City of Huntsville. A building permit was issued in error and needs to be revoked.
  • Family Fun Archived
    162 Old Gurley Rd Ne Huntsville, AL 35811, USA - Huntsville
    Huntsville could really use a big family fun center, complete with a water park, swimming pools, state of the art video arcade gaming, skating park (ice, snowboard, roller, etc.), zoo. Just something for the family to really enjoy for years to come.
  • Idea Archived
    2411-2455 State Highway 2 Huntsville, AL 35811, USA - US Congressional District AL5
    Walmart or Target Super Store. Sit Down Restaurants. Captains D's,Zaxby's
  • 1106-1198 Titus Street Northeast Huntsville, Alabama - Huntsville
    We have grass growing in several cracks in the drain in front of our house. I am wanting to inquire is this a city issue or personal one in regards to clearing this grass. Also when our road was resurfaced 3 indentions were left by vehicles before it had solidified. My neighbor brought this to my attention because parts of the concrete are being transferred into her yard and damaging her lawnmower. She would like the city to address this issue. I believe her address is 1103 Titus ST NE.
  • 1634-1780 State Highway 2 Huntsville, AL 35811, USA - Huntsville
    This area is in dire need of some sort of retail/restaurant development, such as a Target with outlying sit-down restaurants.
  • 1729 Oakwood Ave Ne Huntsville, AL 35811, USA - Huntsville

    Chain link fence broken falling at school crossing walkway on both sides of city owned land.

    Please replace w resin boards or other low maintenance materials.

    Please let residents comment on design for the walking area. It should be
    Low maintenance

  • 484-540 Chase Rd Ne Huntsville, AL 35811, USA - US Congressional District AL5
    The key to having a great city is people being able to move around efficiently and quickly. Huntsville should lead the US and create its own mass transit system. There are plenty of existing rail lines that could be upgraded, ex. Norfolk Southern which runs through the middle of the city, Mercury and Chase, and the L&N Line could be extend north through the old Louisville and Kentucky railroad bed. You could turn the downtown station back into a usable station. It would be great, because it is right by the Visitors bureau and the main Shuttle Bus station. Passengers could then rely on (a much improved version) the shuttle buses to get them exactly where they needed to be. Some major areas could be accessible by the rail network though, such as; UAH, Parkway Place, Huntsville Madison County Library, VBC, Downtown Madison, and the Arsenal. Huntsville Hospital could even offer a van service to shuttle from a station located near Gov. Dr. on the L&N Line to the hospital or extend their trams. Crestwood could also offer the van service. A special Arsenal train could be offered to get people from the Downtown station to the Arsenal. MPs could be stationed on the train to have everyone's IDs checked by the time the train arrived at the Arsenal gates. This would greatly decrease crowding at the gate in the mornings and evenings. Moreover, a efficient and useful mass transit system would greatly benefit the city both now and in the future. Don't wait to build this after the city has already expanded and needs help. Anticipate the expansion and plan for the future!