June 20 in the history of the Birmingham District:
- 2016: I-22 was completed with the opening of its interchange with I-65.
- 2011: Hallelujah FM debuted at 105.1 FM.
- 2008: RBC Bank completed its conversion of First American Bank branches.
- 2006: The Trussville Planning and Zoning Board approved the first phase of Trussville Springs.
- 1998: Ashley Halfman was crowned Miss Alabama by Beth Stomps at the Leslie S. Wright Fine Arts Center.
- 1997: Bass-player Oteil Burbridge made his debut as part of the Allman Brothers in Boston.
- 1980: The Summit Fire Department was established.
- 1963: Charles Gaines married Patricia Ellison.
- 1910: Culpepper Exum won the 1910 Birmingham mayoral election.
- 1893: Birmingham Barons owner Gus Jebeles arrived at New York from Greece.
- 1889: Katherine Allen married George Bodeker.
- 1888: The Birmingham Trust & Savings Co. moved into their first permanent offices in the Elyton Land Co. building on 20th Street North.
- 1970: Business owner Matthew Myers was born in Maryland.
- 1957: Oak Hill Cemetery director Stuart Oates was born.
- 1949: Pop singer Lionel Richie was born in Tuskegee.
- 1947: Assistant Jefferson County Tax Assessor Ron Yarbrough was born in Jefferson County.
- 1930: Church bomber Bobby Frank Cherry was born in Chilton County.
- 1930: Church bomber Thomas Blanton was born in Washington D.C.
- 1930: Editor Philip McFarland was born in Birmingham.
- 1920: Tuskegee Airman Joseph Gomer was born in Iowa Falls, Iowa.
- 1918: Novelist Marie Chitwood was born in Boaz.
- 1913: Saxophonist Al Gallodoro was born in Chicago, Illinois
- 1911: Actress Gail Patrick was born in Birmingham.
- 1824: Senator John Tyler Morgan was born in Athens, Tennessee.
- 1978: Former Bessemer mayor Jess Lanier died.
- 1910: Former Birmingham mayor William H. Morris died.
- 1930: Investor Zachariah Nabers, Jr died at the Raymond Jones residence on Pine Ridge Road.
- 1997: Jackson Chargers 2 - Alabama Saints 0 at the Vestavia Hills Sports Complex.
- 1982: Carolina Storm 29 - Alabama Magic 13 at Carolina.
- 1981: Carl Lewis set the low-altitude long jump record.
- 1950: Outfielder Willie Mays graduated high school and signed with the New York Giants.