D4 Resources

District 4 & Birmingham City Resources at your fingertips!


If you’d like to report issues concerning pothole repairs, blocked storm drains, broken traffic signals, missed trash, etc., submit them to 311. Use the My Bham 311 App, dial 311 or 205-254-2489, or visit www.birminghamal.gov/311 and click on the box that says “311 Request.”

For information about trash pickup, please visit https://www.birminghamal.gov/pickup

To receive service updates and other important information. Text BHAMREADY to 888-777.

ACE (Academy of Civic Engagement) is a City of Birmingham initiative with the central goal of getting residents directly involved and engaged with their local municipal government.

For more information visit: https://www.birminghamal.gov/ace

The Citizens Police Academy is an educational and informative program that allows citizens the opportunity to learn about the issues that affect law enforcement efforts in Birmingham.

For more information visit: http://police.birminghamal.gov/wp-content/uploads/2015/06/CPA-Brochure.pdf

City Council Meetings take place every Tuesday @ 9:30 am City Hall on the 3rd Floor in Council Chambers. If you would like to have announcements made at the next council meeting, please send your info to [email protected]


List of City Ordinances

Traffic Calming

Street Resurfacing

Find Your District

Parks & Recreation Centers

District 4 is made up of amazing schools, residents, and business owners.

  • Norwood Elementary
  • Hudson K-8
  • Inglenook K-8
  • Smith Middle School
  • Woodlawn High School
  • Dupuy Alternative School
  • Cornerstone School
  • I3 Academy
  • Brownsville Heights Community Center
  • Patton Park
  • Greenwood Park
  • Shields Rec Center
  • Inglenook Rec Center
  • Fairmont Park
  • Eastlake Park (Linn Park)
  • Pine Knolls Vista Park
  • Willowood Park
  • Maclin Park
  • Harriman Rec Center
  • Stockholm Park
  • Don Hawkins Rec Center
  • Inglenook Library
  • Woodlawn Library