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HUNTSVILLE, Ala. (WHNT) – Huntsville City Council approved the repaving of 51 residential streets during Thursday night’s meeting.

The City of Huntsville says that Wiregrass Construction Company won a 5.1 million dollar contract to pave these streets.

This is the beginning of Mayor Tommy Battle’s Phase 2 plan to repave residential areas. Battle’s 2022-2023 budget includes nearly 20 million dollars for street improvements, the most money allocated ever for residential resurfacing.

Some of the streets that will be worked on include:

  • Holmes Avenue access road NW from Fairway Drive to the end of the street
  • Short Pike Road from Wall Triana Highway to the end of the street
  • Appalachee Drive from Garth Road to Stonehurst Drive
  • Dallas Avenue from Holmes Avenue to Church Street
  • Whitesburg Drive from Drake Avenue to Whitesport Drive
  • Harvard Road from Governors Drive to Marsheutz Avenue
  • Amanda Circle from Craigmont Road to the end of the street
  • Darnell Street from Shades Crest Road to Colice Road
  • Coventry Circle from Big Cove Road to the cul-de-sac

At the end of 2022, Phase 1 of the plan was completed after 108 streets were repaved. You can find a complete lift of the 51 streets here.