|Meeting site||Kingston School, (map)|
|Meeting day||4th Monday|
The 500-unit Morton Simpson Homes public housing project was constructed in Kingston in the 1950s. By 1968 it was the home of about 7,000 residents in 2,000 households with an average income of $4,700. The neighborhood was served by Dupuy Elementary School, Gibson Elementary School and Kingston Elementary School, all of which have since closed. Currently students in Kingston attend Hayes K-8 School. Stockham Park is the only public park in the neighborhood, which is also crossed by Village Creek , separating it from Birmingham-Shuttlesworth International Airport on the north.
The Kingston Neighborhood Association meets on the 4th Monday of each month at the JCCEO's offices in the former Kingston School. It is presided over by Lillie Cole. Former presidents include Emmet Lockett.