June 30 in the history of the Birmingham District:
- 2010: Wallace Lockett was elected the 57th Bishop of the Christian Methodist Episcopal Church.
- 2008: Jim Dunaway became the sports anchor at WIAT 42.
- 2004: SouthTrust Tower was purchased by Atlanta's Barry Real Estate for $55 million.
- 1991: Guns N' Roses played a massive outdoor concert at the Birmingham Race Course.
- 1972: The Highland Racquet Club (former Birmingham Country Club building) was destroyed by fire.
- 1969: The Alabama Public Service Commission approved the demolition of the Birmingham Terminal Station.
- 1954: The A. G. Gaston Motel opened.
- 1951: The Birmingham Electric Company became the Birmingham Transit Company.
- 1949: Ground was broken for the Crippled Children's Clinic.
- 1942: Congress cut off funding for the Civilian Conservation Corps.
- 1910: The city of Lipscomb was incorporated.
- 1907: The first train pulled into the Birmingham Terminal Station, still under construction.
- 1957: Entrepreneur Benny Bliss was born.
- 1945: Catcher Otis Thornton was born in Docena.
- 1913: Architect Henry Sprott Long Sr was born.
- 1912: Educator Mamie Foster was born.
- 1888: Contractor Houston Brice Sr was born in Louisiana.
- 1870: Reporter, novelist and screenwriter Roy McCardell was born in Hagerstown, Maryland.
- 1854: Howard College president A. D. Smith was born in Cobb County, Georgia.
- 2014: Dixon Brooke Jr retired as president and CEO of EBSCO Industries.
- 2008: Jodi Newton retired as superintendent of Homewood City Schools.
- 2006: Nancy Clemmons retired as director of the Lister Hill Library of the Health Sciences.
- 2006: Albert Pacifico retired as vice chairman of the department of surgery at UAB Hospital.
- 2000: Business college director Minnie Gaston died.
- 1961: Baseball player Dizzy Dismukes died in Campbell, Ohio.
- 1913: Thomas O'Byrne, liquor distributor
- 1979: Alabama Vulcans 20 - Mississippi Stars 14 at Legion Field.
- 1976: The Toronto Toros of the World Hockey Association relocated to Birmingham as the Birmingham Bulls.