D4 Wins

Stay up to date with all things happening in District 4!

Mayor’s Proposed
City Operating Budget

Fiscal Year 2024

Legislation Passed:

  • Voted in favor of the Pallet Program to support our unsheltered neighbors
  • Approved for $478,500 to be directed towards District 4 Parks & Recs Improvements
    • $15,000 Don Hawkins Rec Center
    • $123,500 Maclin Park
    • $250,000 Eastlake Park
    • $90,000 Inglenook Park

Money Spent:

  • ARPA Funds
    • Allocated $52,685 of ARPA Funds to support programming for the brand new Book Mobile by the Birmingham Public Library
    • Allocated $10,000 of ARPA Funds to support Children’s Village efforts to provide long term residential services (shelter, food, clothing, and educational services to children in the foster care system who have been removed from their homes due to abuse and neglect).

Neighborhood Association News:

  • Congratulations to our Newly Elected Officers
    •  Brownsville Heights President Rosalynn Jackson
    •  East Birmingham still has no neighborhood leadership
    • Norwood Vice President Patrick Talley
    • Penfield Park President Kanecia Killian
    • Woodlawn President Jason Avery
    • Zion City President Larry Coleman
  • Killough Springs allocated $1,000 to Smith Middle School for supplies, camps, and athletic equipment.
  • Killough Springs allocated $3,000 towards speed calming on Freda Jane Lane
  •  Norwood Elementary allocated $800 to Norwood Elementary to buy blazers for the Norwood Ambassadors
  • Pastors who have prayed during council meetings:
    • Thomas Wilder, Bethel Baptist Church (Collegeville)
    • JaWanda Jackson, H.O.P.E. Church (Inglenook)
    • Gwendolyn Webb, (Inglenook)
    • Charlton Holt, Woodlawn Campus Church of the Highland (Woodlawn)
    • Michael K. Moore, Faith Chapel (Councilor Moore’s Pastor)
    • Emily Freeman-Penfield, Woodlawn United Methodist Church (Woodlawn)
    • Jamall Cunningham, 46th St Baptist Church (North Eastlake)