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This weekend Eat in the Streets will originate from two separate downtown locations:The 4th Ave Business District and be...
11/14/2020

This weekend Eat in the Streets will originate from two separate downtown locations:

The 4th Ave Business District and between First and Third avenues on 20th Street North will include food trucks like Vegan Underground, Dirty Red and Travis Chicago Style. Gabriella’s, Nelson Brothers, Green Acres and Dawson’s Burgers and Wings restaurants will be on Fourth Avenue North between 16th and 18th streets from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.

At the 100 and 200 blocks of 20th Street North find food from Chocolata, Elyton Hotel, Paramount, ZaZa and others until 10 p.m.

11/13/2020
Randall Woodfin

As COVID-19 cases continue to rise in our city, please use caution.

I know we’re all COVID-fatigued but we have to face facts – cases are on the rise in our state. Do your part to protect everyone in your community.

Urban Impact Birmingham
11/13/2020

Urban Impact Birmingham

WE HEAR YOU!!!

Each opportunity to hear from you is important. As we continue to envision the future of our city, we want to share voices from our community feedback sessions.

#NWBham
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City of Birmingham Government

🚨New episode alert!🚨 Tune in to the newest episode of Magic City Spotlight and hear from special guests Attorney Eric L....
11/13/2020

🚨New episode alert!🚨

Tune in to the newest episode of Magic City Spotlight and hear from special guests Attorney Eric L. Welch Guster and Executive Administrator Tiffanie Thompson. We'll be discussing Ensley revitalization, the 2020 election and more. You can find us on Apple Podcasts or Spotify (just search Magic City Spotlight Podcast) or visit here: birminghamal.gov/magiccityspotlight

You don't want to miss tomorrow's show! Attorney Eric L. Welch Guster will weigh in on the importance of revitalizing En...
11/12/2020

You don't want to miss tomorrow's show! Attorney Eric L. Welch Guster will weigh in on the importance of revitalizing Ensley, a Birmingham neighborhood with a rich history as a business hub for the city. Follow the Magic City Spotlight podcast on Spotify or Apple Podcasts to stay up to date on all things Birmingham. See y'all tomorrow.

Jefferson County Department of Health
11/12/2020

Jefferson County Department of Health

Traditional Thanksgiving gatherings with family and friends are fun but can increase the chances of getting or spreading COVID-19 or the flu. Follow these tips to make your Thanksgiving holiday safer.
✅Wear a mask!
✅Stay at least 6 feet away from others who do not live with you
✅Wash your hands!
More info here: https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/daily-life-coping/holidays/thanksgiving.html

If there's a way to remove barriers to employment for Birmingham residents, we're going to do it. That's why Pardons for...
11/11/2020

If there's a way to remove barriers to employment for Birmingham residents, we're going to do it. That's why Pardons for Progress, meant to pardon those previously convicted of misdemeanor marijuana possession, is a no-brainer. Join us Friday on the Magic City Spotlight Podcast to hear how Mayor Woodfin plans to push our city forward, one pardon at a time.

11/11/2020
Randall Woodfin

Randall Woodfin

Veterans Day is a reflection of the service, sacrifice and heroism that defines our troops.

To all our veterans here in Birmingham, and so many others across our great country, thank you for being the embodiment of liberty. We salute you today and every day. #VeteransDay

This is the perfect week for a podcast because there's *so much to talk about*. Join us Friday as Mayor Randall Woodfin ...
11/10/2020

This is the perfect week for a podcast because there's *so much to talk about*. Join us Friday as Mayor Randall Woodfin chats with special guests Attorney Eric L. Welch Guster and Executive Administrator Tiffanie Thompson about everything from the 2020 election to Ensley revitalization.

Please join Neighborhood Housing Services of Birmingham, Inc. and partners for a forum on the value of homeownership in ...
11/09/2020

Please join Neighborhood Housing Services of Birmingham, Inc. and partners for a forum on the value of homeownership in underserved communities this Thursday, Nov. 12. This training event for housing professionals is free.

Register here: https://bit.ly/32wCmCu

City offices, with the exception of police, fire and 911, will be closed Wednesday, Nov. 11 in observance of Veterans Da...
11/09/2020

City offices, with the exception of police, fire and 911, will be closed Wednesday, Nov. 11 in observance of Veterans Day.

Eat in the Streets will be held at Pepper Place on Friday, Nov. 6 and Saturday, Nov. 7 to allow consumers to eat in the ...
11/06/2020

Eat in the Streets will be held at Pepper Place on Friday, Nov. 6 and Saturday, Nov. 7 to allow consumers to eat in the streets while also social distancing. This weekend’s event will have a “Day of the Dead’’ theme. It will be held on 29th Street South between Second Avenue South and Third Avenue South. Friday night’s event will be held from 5 to 10 p.m. The movie “Coco’’ will be shown at 7 p.m. On Saturday, bands and DJs will provide entertainment. Saturday’s hours will be from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. and from 5 to 10 p.m. This is a free event.

Day of the Dead is a celebration of remembrance and life that honors the lives of those loved and lost, while enjoying the unique customs of this cross-cultural event.

11/05/2020

Congratulations to Ayrika M. Jones, a Glen Iris fifth grader who has published her first book, "How Did You Know It Was Me, Mr. Tomato?" She is the daughter of Eric and Terria Jones and plans to release her next book by Thanksgiving.

Get in a free workout early before FunkFest with the FunkFest Fitness Challenge, presented by I Am Bham. The workout wil...
11/05/2020

Get in a free workout early before FunkFest with the FunkFest Fitness Challenge, presented by I Am Bham. The workout will be held at Legion Field on Thursday, Nov. 5. Arrive by 5:45 pm because class will start at 6 pm sharp. All Covid-19 guidelines will be followed. Participants must wear a mask and bring workout gloves. Bring a towel and water, too. Enjoy!

An update on how Public Works has been serving you over the past week. Shout out to our hard-working crews!
11/04/2020

An update on how Public Works has been serving you over the past week. Shout out to our hard-working crews!

It's Election Day! City offices will be closed, except for police, fire and polling locations. #VOTE
11/03/2020

It's Election Day! City offices will be closed, except for police, fire and polling locations. #VOTE

11/02/2020

In reviewing the city’s trash pick-up schedule, the following neighborhoods in the City Haul pilot program will not have trash pick up on Tuesday because city offices will be closed. Those neighborhoods are:

Woodland Park
Forest Park
South Avondale
Part of South Crestwood


The make-up day will be Friday.



Also, there will be no regular household trash or bulk trash pick-up on Tuesday.

One more day. Are you ready to #VOTE? Lamarr Chew's mural on One Avenue E & 19th Street in Ensley aims to inspire you.
11/02/2020

One more day. Are you ready to #VOTE? Lamarr Chew's mural on One Avenue E & 19th Street in Ensley aims to inspire you.

The Metro Birmingham branch of the NAACP will offer FREE rides to the polls on Tuesday, Nov. 3 from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Peo...
11/02/2020

The Metro Birmingham branch of the NAACP will offer FREE rides to the polls on Tuesday, Nov. 3 from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. People may reserve their free ride by calling 205-201-0271.

Also, VIA will provide free rides to polling locations on Nov. 3. To book a ride with VIA, visit the VIA app or call 1-205-236-0768. The locations are:

Bush Hills Academy
Southside Branch Public Library
Southtown Housing Community
Bell Wallace Building
Wilkerson Middle School
Legion Field Lobby Gate #7
Ramsay Alternative High School
Jefferson County Courthouse Lobby
Memorial Recreation Center

Election Day is just a few hours away. Remember, if you encounter any issues at the polls, reach out to the national Ele...
11/02/2020

Election Day is just a few hours away.

Remember, if you encounter any issues at the polls, reach out to the national Election Protection hotline: 1-866-OUR-VOTE.

11/01/2020

Be safe at the polls! Keep these tips in mind to help prevent the spread of #COVID19. #VOTE

Did you catch Friday's Magic City Spotlight? Mayor Randall Woodfin and Joyce White Vance's discussion about the importan...
11/01/2020

Did you catch Friday's Magic City Spotlight? Mayor Randall Woodfin and Joyce White Vance's discussion about the importance of voting gave us all something to think about, just in time for the election. Listen to the whole episode on Apple Podcasts or Spotify: https://linktr.ee/cityofbirmingham

Three. More. Days. Your vote is your voice.Stop by 8th Ave and Arkadelphia near Birmingham Southern to see this powerful...
10/31/2020

Three. More. Days. Your vote is your voice.

Stop by 8th Ave and Arkadelphia near Birmingham Southern to see this powerful mural by Tiff Masey.

It’s spooky szn at City Hall! Check out these great costumes!
10/30/2020

It’s spooky szn at City Hall! Check out these great costumes!

10/30/2020
ICu Media

ICu Media

Urban Impact Nobody Knows my Name: Architecture, Design and Construction Panel Discussion

On today's episode of Magic City Spotlight, Mayor Randall Woodfin sits with MSNBC legal analyst Joyce White Vance to dis...
10/30/2020

On today's episode of Magic City Spotlight, Mayor Randall Woodfin sits with MSNBC legal analyst Joyce White Vance to discuss Election Day and how critical it is for you to get involved. Check out the whole conversation on Spotify or Apple Podcasts at these links: https://linktr.ee/cityofbirmingham

Eat in the Streets will have a Halloween theme this Friday and Saturday as it moves to Avondale and offers a long block ...
10/30/2020

Eat in the Streets will have a Halloween theme this Friday and Saturday as it moves to Avondale and offers a long block party known as Peaches and Scream.

Eat in the Streets allows consumers to social distance while dining outdoors. Forty-First Street South will be closed between First Avenue South and Fifth Avenue South. Hours for Eat in the Streets will be Friday, Oct. 30 from 5 p.m. to 11 p.m. and Saturday, Oct. 31 from 11 a.m. to 11 p.m.

On Saturday, there will be a Halloween costume contest, starting around 4 p.m. for children near the Melt restaurant. An adult costume contest will be held near Avondale Brewing during the Alabama halftime game. The game will start at 6 p.m. Avondale Brewing will show the game on two big screen TVs. There will also be pet category for the Halloween contest.

For more: https://www.birminghamal.gov/2020/10/30/eat-in-the-streets-will-have-a-halloween-theme-in-avondale-on-oct-30-and-31/

We hope you're inspired by this mural on 2306 2nd Ave N downtown by Ramzy Masri. Five days to go. Your #VOTE matters.
10/29/2020

We hope you're inspired by this mural on 2306 2nd Ave N downtown by Ramzy Masri.

Five days to go. Your #VOTE matters.

10/29/2020

Joyce White Vance, an MSNBC legal analyst and UA law professor, will be joining Mayor Randall Woodfin for Friday's episode of the Magic City Spotlight podcast and you *really* don't want to miss it. Find Magic City Spotlight on Spotify or Apple Podcasts.

10/28/2020
Randall Woodfin

Randall Woodfin

We expect #Zeta to be a tropical storm when it moves across Birmingham tonight. The City of Birmingham is on standby and ready to react. Be safe, stay off the roads and have a safety plan for you and your family. #alwx

10/28/2020

Public Works crews flush out inlets and clear ditches and creeks on a daily basis. In preparation for heavy rain events, the crews focus on flood prone-areas. Among their many stops today was this inlet near Roosevelt Community Center in the 5900 block of Warner Street. Be weather aware tonight as Tropical Storm #Zeta approaches Birmingham.

Urban Impact Birmingham
10/28/2020

Urban Impact Birmingham

Last Call! The NW Downtown Birmingham Development Plan is waiting to hear from you, and we’re closing the survey on 10/31. We are eager to hear from you.

Click the link below and take the 3-minute survey TODAY!

www.nwbhamplan.com

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Due to the City being closed in observance of Election Day, household trash that was set for pick up on Tuesday, Nov. 3,...
10/28/2020

Due to the City being closed in observance of Election Day, household trash that was set for pick up on Tuesday, Nov. 3, will be picked up on Friday, Nov. 6. Bulk trash that was set for pick up on Nov. 3, will be picked up on Saturday, Oct. 31.

Jefferson County is currently under a Tropical Storm Watch.NWS Birmingham forecast link: https://bit.ly/35EDhBzSpecific ...
10/28/2020

Jefferson County is currently under a Tropical Storm Watch.

NWS Birmingham forecast link: https://bit.ly/35EDhBz

Specific to Birmingham, weather conditions expected overnight will include:

- 1.5” to 2” of rain in a relatively short amount of time overnight
- Sustained winds of 20mph – 40 mph
- Wind gusts maxing out around 50 mph

DPW will block off areas prone to flooding:
- Sixth Avenue S Viaduct
- Messer Airport Highway

Be weather aware.

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710 20th St N
Birmingham, AL
35203

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Monday 08:00 - 17:00
Tuesday 08:00 - 17:00
Wednesday 08:00 - 17:00
Thursday 08:00 - 17:00
Friday 08:00 - 17:00

Telephone

(205) 254-2000

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