Press Releases

District 6 Residents Celebrate Rich Southern Heritage During Annual Titusville Day!

Endless amounts of fun is what its all about during the 32nd annual Titusville Day in District 6. Birmingham City Councilor Shelia Tyson along with neighbors, family and friends, gathered together to celebrate the community’s growth and rich southern heritage in the city of Birmingham. Residents say Titusville is not just a community but more […]

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Citizens Hold Townhall Meeting to Discuss The Changes They Would Like to See in Birmingham

The issues are real and citizens of Birmingham City want to see solutions. The Jefferson County Democrats recently hosted a town hall meeting called the State of Black Birmingham. During this meeting nothing was left off the table as Birmingham community leaders discussed important issues surrounding inequality between white and black Birmingham residents, education, and […]

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Summer Jams 2016 Gives Attendees an Up-Close Look at Revitalization in Ensley!

The highly anticipated event began three years ago and since then this initiative has become bigger and better each and every year. Councilor Marcus Lundy says that Summer Jams promotes unity among residents in District 9 and helps celebrate the revitalization of Ensley’s historic downtown. For more information about everything the Council is doing visit www.birminghamalcitycouncil.org.

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Birmingham City Councilor Valerie Abbott Continues to Push Community Involvement as a Primary Development Measure within Birmingham City School System

Education development is always a key factor when helping sustainable cities thrive. Recent studies show that in order to accomplish sustainable urban development, long-term planning should include measures to address social issues by collaborating with community efforts to improve education, public safety and overall quality of life. Birmingham City Councilor Valerie Abbott joined council colleagues […]

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Bon Appetite! Birmingham Restaurant Proves Successful Again!

Birmingham Restaurant Week has come and gone, once again showcasing the best of the best in culinary delights and home cooked meals that serve as true southern staples to tourists and enthusiasts alike. The annual event allows patrons to experience a variety of foods from locally owned and operated restaurants for special costs. Incentives are offered […]

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Councilor Sheila Tyson Inviting the Public to Attend Annual “Titusville Day”

PRESS RELEASE                                                                               Friday, August 19, 2016 Contact: Brittany Sharp Phone: 205-721-5369 brittany.sharp@birminghamal.gov BIRMINGHAM, AL – Neighbors, family and friends often come together to fellowship in the rich southern heritage of the South. This Saturday, August 20th, Birmingham City Councilor Sheila Tyson will help resonate the richness of that southern heritage as the […]

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Pratt City Unveils New Development Plans

Residents of the Pratt community are now a few phases closer to the future they have been hoping for after tornado storms struck their community in 2011.  Designs were recently unveiled for the new Pratt Park. Residents say they are excited to see what this new development will bring to their community. For more information about everything the Council is doing visit www.birminghamalcitycouncil.org.

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Birmingham City Councilors Ready to Help Kick-Off Annual Innovation Week!

As technology continues to shape our culture, more companies continue to find creative ways to thrive in a competitive market. With business incubators as a major variable for aspiring entrepreneurs to realize success, the Innovation Depot is one of the best methods to break ground and build concepts that will turn into success stories. Serving to […]

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Little Free Libraries Growing By Leaps and Bounds!

What better way to start off the new school year than by making sure students have the proper resources to ensure a successful school year? Birmingham City Councilor Jay Roberson kicked off the new school year by presenting a check to Little “Free Libraries” to further support additional libraries in the Magic City. The libraries […]

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Established in 1899…Ensley Looking to Show Everyone That The Area is Alive Again!

Established in 1899, the ties within Ensley run deep and now those who call the beloved area their home are looking to show everyone else that Ensley is indeed alive! The annual District 9 Summer Jams series will take place this Saturday, August 20th in Downtown Ensley on corner of Avenue F and 19th Street! The fun will kick off […]

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