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Despite a cold blustery Saturday morning,  neighbors gathered to participate
in the October clean-up in Five Points Historic District. 
This event is co-sponsored by Operation Green Team of the City of Huntsville.

Fall 2017 Meeting

The Five Points Historic District Association held its Fall Covered Dish Meeting on Tuesday, October 10, 2017 in the Fellowship Hall of Doctrinal Bible Church on Oakwood Avenue.  James Vandiver who is with the Planning Department, City of Huntsville, was the speaker for the program.  He discussed The Big Picture, the City of Huntsville’s comprehensive plan for future growth.  As Huntsville develops master plans for various areas of town Five Points will be at the lead of a process in neighborhoods to give input and shape the future plans for development, growth and city regulations.  Vandiver and his family reside in Five Points.  Also present was Katy Stamps, Historic Preservation Consultant for the City of Huntsville.  Thirty-seven were in attendance.

November 2012: Huntsville's Five Points area, Maple Hill Cemetery
added to National Register of Historic Places

PHOTOS: Five Points Historic District Walking Tour 2005

Historic Marker for Our Five Points Neighborhood

WHDF-TV sales plans expansion in Five Points

Five Points Plan Gets Big Check

Five Points McKee Home

Five Points Face-lift Tops List

$400K grant to help revitalize Five Points

Maple Hill Cemetery

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