February 14 (Saint Valentine's Day) in the history of the Birmingham District:
- 2018: A fire destroyed a Motel 6 and soon-to-open Big J's Grill restaurant in Calera.
- 2014: A plane crashed on Goodner Mountain in northeast Jefferson County.
- 2014: Trim Tab Brewing officially opened its tap room.
- 2009: Zen nightclub was damaged by fire.
- 2008: Avondale Mills in Pell City were destroyed by fire.
- 2002: Jack Lowther began his tenure on the Jefferson County District Court.
- 1985: Jasper First United Methodist Church was added to the National Register of Historic Places.
- 1985: Journalist Jerry Levin escaped from his Hezbollah captors near Baalbek, Lebanon.
- 1955: Sike's Children's Shoes was opened in Homewood.
- 1955: The Town & Gown Theatre opened their newly-donated Little Theater home with a performance of "Candles in the Canebrake".
- 1954: John Rice, Jr married Angelena Ray in Hooper City.
- 1926: Shades Mountain Baptist Church dedicated their first church building.
- 1914: St Elias Maronite Church was dedicated.
- 1899: Henry Milner married Helen Bishop.
- 1891: Carbon Hill was incorporated.
- 1854: The Alabama Legislature established a system of free schools.
- 2010: Lutsandvo, an African elephant, was born at the San Diego Zoo Safari Park.
- 1973: Birmingham Barons manager Julio Vinas was born in Miami, Florida.
- 1972: Author and communications professional Morgan Murphy was born in Mountain Brook.
- 1970: Educator Barry McNealy was born in Birmingham.
- 1957: MTV VJ Alan Hunter was born in Birmingham.
- 1957: NBA player Reggie King was born in Birmingham.
- 1951: Figure skater JoJo Starbuck was born in Birmingham.
- 1945: Birmingham Museum of Art curator Ruth Appelhof was born.
- 1935: Episcopal Bishop Robert Miller was born in Wynnville.
- 1935: Art collector Sandra Sokol was born.
- 1935: Dermatologist and art collector Bill Mason was born in Tennille, Georgia.
- 1933: University of Alabama president Joab Thomas was born in Holt.
- 1917: Hardware salesman Robert Tyler was born.
- 1913: Sportscaster Mel Allen was born in Johns.
- 1902: Samford University professor Monnie Cheves was born.
- 1834: Congressman Goldsmith Hewitt II was born in Jefferson County.
- 2019: Musician and instrument maker Mark Lindsey died.
- 2009: Business and civic leader John Evins died.
- 2009: Jefferson County Health Officer Carole Samuelson died.
- 2009: Investment banker Hugo Marx Jr died.
- 1987: Banjo player Wendy Holcombe died.
- 1958: Missy, a python at the Birmingham Zoo, died from an infestation of parasitic worms.
- 1934: Pedro Gussman died after being struck by a car on January 20.