Neighborhood Events

Free Dinner and Financial Planning Workshop on May 21st

Interested in how to create a spending plan, pay off debt, start a savings plan, establish or improve your credit score to 700 or better? Do you have $500 in savings that you can use for an emergency? Are you aware of the ways that you can guard against fraud and identity theft? Join us for a free dinner and workshop on May 21st.

George Ward Park Proposal Update on April 16th at a Special Called Parks and Rec Meeting.

There will be a “Special Called” Joint Parks and Recreation Committee and Committee of the Whole Meeting on April 16, 2019 to discuss updates on the George Ward Park Proposal.

Dannon Project, BPL Team up to co-host 2019 Civic & Wellness Fair at the Central Library on March 6

Do you want to get a free health checkup, gain access to numerous healthcare resources and give the gift of life by donating blood at the same event?

March 2019 Trash and Brush Schedule

Click to view the Birmingham Trash and Brush Schedule for March 2019

Smithfield Branch Library is hosting When the Blast Occurred: Remembering the Sixteenth Street Baptist Church Bombing"

The Birmingham Public Library is hosting 90 Black History Month programs at our 19 locations throughout the month of February. One coming up this week pays tribute to the four little girls who died during the 1963 bombing of the Sixteenth Street Baptist Church.

Take the survey for the Northside/Southside Framework Plan and be entered to win a $25 Publix Gift Card!

In this survey you will have the opportunity to rank your top priorities, answer survey questions regarding strengths, challenges, needs and opportunities, as well as pinpoint your ideas and issues on a map.

Register now for Children's Summer Camps at the Botanical Gardens

Member Registration for Children's Summer Camps at the Birmingham Botanical Garden is Now Open!

Inclement Weather Closures and Cancellations on January 29, 2019

See all the latest closures and cancellations due to anticipated inclement weather on Tuesday, January 29, 2019.

Information on I-59/I-20 Closure

Glen Iris Neighborhood Cleanup for MLK Day of Service

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Please join neighborhood residents and UAB students who will be cleaning up parts of the Glen Iris Neighborhood on Monday, January 21st.

Those interested in participating should gather at the Cedars Club, 301 Greensprings Ave around 12:30 p.m. The cleanup will be from 1:00 until 4:00 pm.

The areas to be cleaned are:

  • Greensprings Ave from the Hwy to the four way stop

  • Old Greensprings Ave from the Cedars Club to 4th Place

  • Greensprings Ave from the overpass to the other side of Center Place

  • Greensprings Hwy from the Park to the top of the hill.

    Wear comfortable cloths and closed to shoes. Water, gloves, tools and garbage bags will be provided.
    Hope to see you there!