June 27 in the history of the Birmingham District:
- 2013: The Light Rails installation under the 18th Street underpass debuted.
- 2008: Nonna's in Vestavia Hills City Center closed.
- 2006: Mayor Bernard Kincaid and Police Chief Annetta Nunn took part in a "funeral procession against crime" in West End.
- 2002: Carbon Hill High School was destroyed by fire.
- 1997: Willie James Ware was nominated to the U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals for the Ninth Judicial Circuit by Bill Clinton.
- 1995: A revised Birmingham Citizen Participation Plan was adopted.
- 1980: U. W. Clemon was confirmed as the first African-American federal judge in Alabama.
- 1970: Suzanne Dennie was crowned Miss Alabama for 1971.
- 1927: Birmingham Railway, Light & Power Company united the No. 27 Ensley and No. 38 South East Lake streetcar lines.
- 1907: Birmingham Age-Herald publisher Edward Barrett married Lewis Butt Cunningham of Augusta, Georgia.
- 1900: State Representative William Brandon married the widowed Elizabeth Nabors.
- 2011: Representative Owen Drake died.
- 2010: Construction leader Bill L. Harbert died.
- 2008: Newspaper editor and reporter Clarke Stallworth died.
- 1953: Inventor Mary Anderson died in Monteagle, Tennessee.
- 1950: Medical College of Alabama dean Roy Kracke died.
- 1948: Yeilding's founder Frank Yeilding died in Birmingham.