Anniston Parks and Recreation has been busy with our Commit To Health summer! As part of our Healthy Out of School Time grant from the National Recreation and Parks Association, all community centers and the Aquatic and Fitness Center are now Commit To Health sites. Each site promotes healthy living through healthy eating and physical activity.
June was Berries and Peppers month. Day Camps at Hodges Community Center and the Aquatic and Fitness Center enjoyed various activities from “Red Pepper Green Pepper” to Tasty Treats to try new foods. In July we will be learning about tropical fruits and melons.
For more information, see one of your local centers or follow the Anniston Aquatic and Fitness Center on facebook or twitter.
Question: Which of the following should you report to Anniston City Hall? Continue reading Potholes and Problems
Last year’s extreme drought impacted vegetation across the Southeast. In Anniston, the drought affected the health of numerous older trees, and dying trees can be liabilities. With public safety a priority, the City of Anniston Public Works Department is working to conscientiously address this issue.
Continue reading Tree Removal Program
Record-breaking rainfall across the region has resulted in rapid growth of grass and weeds around the City. You may feel as though you are up to your eyeballs in green! Continue reading Rain+Summer=GRASS!
When a driver finds herself “stuck” in the median on Quintard (whether she has turned off of Quintard into the median or become delayed while crossing Quintard from a cross street), she has no traffic light. Instead, she yields to north/south traffic before proceeding onto the cross street. Continue reading Downtown Driving: Stuck in the median
Members of Anniston City boards, councils, and commissions serve as vital links between Anniston’s citizenry, its elected officials and city administrators. They bring valuable expertise and experience to decision making and guarantee that all of Anniston’s citizens are represented in the shaping of their city. Continue reading Spotlight on Citizen Boards and Commissions: The Anniston Planning Commission