District 2

Hunter Williams, Councilor, District 2 

Birmingham City Councilor Hunter Williams is Chair of the Public Safety Committee and a member of Public Improvements and Beautification and Utilities/Technology Committees.

Councilor Williams is a native of Birmingham, Alabama and grew up in the Crestline neighborhood. He attended Southern Methodist University in Dallas, Texas, majoring in Finance before returning to Birmingham after graduation.  Hunter has been a homeowner in Birmingham’s District 2 for nearly a decade and during his time residing in the district, has become an active member of the community and an advocate for change and progress in the district.

A long-time advocate for District 2 residents, Williams was appointed President of the Crestline Neighborhood Association where he partnered with residents and community leaders to strategically address and identify opportunities to improve commercial and community development. “As a Birmingham native, I’m excited about our city’s growth and believe District 2’s role is vital to Birmingham’s overall success.” This statement encompasses Councilor Williams’ unchanging beliefs not only in his district, but in the city of Birmingham as a whole. Councilor Williams served as President of the Crestline Neighborhood Association up until his appointment of Birmingham City Councilor for District 2 in October 2017.

Hunter is a small business owner, where he founded and runs a company that provides medical support and surgical risk mitigation services to local hospitals. In addition, Hunter serves as a deputy sheriff with the Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office. In 2010, Hunter graduated the Jefferson County Sheriff’s Academy, and he currently serves as a Sergeant in the Reserve Unit’s Uniformed Patrol Division.

He volunteers with community organizations across Birmingham including the Rotaract Club of Birmingham, the American Cancer Society, Ruffner Mountain, Alabama Police Benevolence Association and Independent Presbyterian Church.

For more information concerning District 2 or Councilor Williams, please call 205-254-2038 or email hunter.williams@birminghamal.gov.  For scheduling, please contact India Bailey at 205-254-2038 or email india.bailey@birminghamal.gov.

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