Good morning Wylam! It’s District 9 Time, and Councilor Hilliard is out helping with a clean up this morning!
Councilor Woods was on hand for the ribbon cutting ceremony for @seventhandluxe, a new Black-owned beauty supply store.
Pro Tem Alexander gloved up with @957jamz , @987todayskiss and @kkpsi_miles for another effort to keep District 7 clean!
Councilor O’Quinn kicked off the first day of school by distributing boxes of books to both Barrett and Oliver Elementary schools
Happy retirement to Dr. Perry Ward! Congratulations on 33 years of distinguished service at @lawsonstatecc
Councilor O’Quinn was up early morning, delivering fans to elderly residents of District 5
Councilor Hoyt joined dozens of excited residents waiting for the new 3 Sister’s Beauty Supply to officially open their doors at CrossPlex Village
Pro Tem Wardine Alexander & the Wenonah Alumni Association are making the most out of this gloomy Saturday by cleaning up D7
District One Clean-Up Day!
It was a great morning getting ready to go BACK TO SCHOOL with Councilor Clinton Woods, District 1.
Huge turnout for Carpool Cinema at George Ward Park sponsored by District 6, Councilor Smitherman
It’s the 25th Annual Respect Back to School Rally, except this year—its a COVID-safe drive-thru!
Council President Parker and Councilor John Hilliard have continued to partner with Pastor Harold Bass of Olivet Monumental Baptist Church to provide weekly food and mask giveaways
This children’s book giveaway in partnership with Better Basics is part of District 1’s Ready Set Read Initiative! Better Basics donated 500 books to be handed out at this produce giveaway that’s been going on each Friday throughout the pandemic.
Council President Parker has once again partnered with District 9 Birmingham Councilor John Hilliard and Rev. Harold Bass with Olivet Monumental Baptist Church for a fresh food and mask giveaway
Council Pro Tem Alexander (@walxnchrg of District 7) hands out free masks to people at Bryant Chapel A.M.E. Church where there was also drive-thru testing for COVID-19.
Black Partner Network teamed up with District 8 Councilor Steven Hoyt to give you the opportunity to participate in the civic process!
It’s Magic City Cleanup Day! Districts 6, 7, 8 and 9 are out here in full force showing what Pride in the West Side is all about.
Congratulations to Battalion Chief Melvin Brown of @bhamfirerescue 🚒 after 31 years of service to the City
District 9 partnered with Metropolitan CME Church in Ensley (1600 Avenue K) to give out fresh food and produce to Birmingham residents in need.
Councilor Hilliard is proud to partner with Faith Chapel to help provide food boxes to the community with fresh produce and other goods
Councilor Smitherman, Arrington Funeral Home, First Baptist Church Mason City, and Vitality Caregiving Solutions for today’s food, masks, and hand sanitizer giveaway
Councilor O’Quinn, who represents an area that includes the city’s Central Business District, is speaking with business owners downtown whose stores and organizations were vandalized.
Volunteers with @tap_nfp and Councilor Darrell O’Quinn’s office is one of the many community partners who helped make this food giveaway possible
Councilor Hilliard at Metropolitan CME Church in Ensley (1600 Avenue K) for another food give away.
Council President William Parker, Jefferson County Department of Health, and Ross Bridge Medical Center, – COVID-19 drive-thru testing site at Legion Field
Council President Parker – MAX Bus drivers are COVID heroes, too!
Councilor Woods partnered with the @birminghamblacknursesassoc to feed 350 families in District 1.
Pro Tem Alexander and Councilor Crystal Smitherman partnered with local organizations s to help provide groceries for residents in need.
Councilor Crystal Smitherman of District 6 spent her day delivering care packages full of some essential, hard to find items
Council President William Parker and area clergy, calling on State and Federal officials to release demographic data about COVID-19
Councilor Hunter Williams speaks to Hillary Simon of CBS 42 about the extension of the Shelter in Place Ordinance
Councilors O’Quinn & Smitherman – Wrapping up Hill Advocacy Day with Congressman Gary Palmer
Councilor Woos discussing upcoming high-speed rail conference on March 19
Hill Advocacy Day – Alabama’s leadership in Washington
Congresswoman Terri Sewell welcoming Birmingham Councilors to the Capital
Councilor Abbott celebrating the opening of the Highland Park Community Garden.
Councilor Wood’s Read Men Read @ Huffman Academy
Councilors O’Quinn and Woods @ WBRC Fox talking about High Speed Rail
Councilor Woods & Mayor Woodfin at the District 1 Town Hall Meeting
Councilor Crystal Smitherman’s luncheon for young participants of the Gen Z & Millennial Voters Training!
Councilor John Hilliard was honored to spend the morning of his birthday at Wylam K-8 school at the annual “Dads and Donuts” day event.
Councilor Smitherman for GEN Z and Millennial Voter Training
Councilor Alexander hosting District 7 Chat & Chew
Council President Parker & Mayor Woodfin at the District 4 Town Hall Meeting
Councilor Abbott & Councilor Smitherman at City Council Meeting
Councilor Hoyt is proud to voice his support for the Southern Christian Leadership Conference during this extended Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day weekend.
The City Council attending the 20/59 Bridge Ribbon Cutting
Councilor John Hilliard with the recipients of the District 9 “Super Student” awards.
Councilor Hilliard toured the 36th Street bridge in Wylam
Pro Tem Wardine Alexander joined other elected officials from around Jefferson County to speak to Youth Leadership Forum (YLF)
Pro Tem Alexander and Councilor Willams during City Council meeting