CHHF comments on future plans for City Hall, Utilities buildings related to Trussville’s historic district

The Trussville Tribune is reporting that the new look of both the Trussville City Hall and Utilities buildings will evoke aspects of the Cahaba Project, Trussville’s historic district. Trussville Mayor Buddy Choat announced the plans at his recent State of the City address. As for Trussville City Hall, the exterior and landscaping would take onContinue reading “CHHF comments on future plans for City Hall, Utilities buildings related to Trussville’s historic district”

Letter from the CHHF President

HAPPY FALL! AS I WALK UNDER THE OAKS and crunch acorns underfoot, I am reminded that eighty-five autumns have seasoned the one-of-a-kind Cahaba Project neighborhood I call home.  WE LOVE TRUSSVILLE’S HISTORIC DISTRICT. We understand it’s an asset to the Trussville community at large. As Trussville nears the Cahaba Homestead Village’s 100th anniversary, the Cahaba Homestead Heritage Foundation looksContinue reading “Letter from the CHHF President”

Introducing ‘Homestead Headlines’

Cahaba Homestead Heritage Foundation, Inc. historian Gary Lloyd introduces Homestead Headlines, a new series exploring The Cahaba Hub, the community newspaper that served the area from 1938-1942. These videos will publish every Wednesday. The first episode is set to publish Wednesday, Oct. 6. All episodes will be available here on our website and on ourContinue reading “Introducing ‘Homestead Headlines’”

CHHF, Inc. Third Public Meeting (VIDEOS)

The Cahaba Homestead Heritage Foundation, Inc. held its third public meeting on July 20 at the Trussville Civic Center. Below are videos of our guest speakers, architect Chris Rogers and realtor Jeffrey Klinner, speaking about sense of place, historic homes and property values. The videos also include various questions and answers from the audience.

WATCH: CHHF, Inc. holds second public meeting

The Cahaba Homestead Heritage Foundation, Inc. held its second public meeting June 15, 2021 at the pavilion on The Mall in Trussville. The foundation’s president, Amy Peterson O’Brien, and local architect James Sransky discussed Cahaba Project architecture, property values and the future of the historic neighborhood. In case you missed the meeting and would likeContinue reading “WATCH: CHHF, Inc. holds second public meeting”