March 30 in the history of the Birmingham District:
- 2015: Yaacov Agam's "Complex Vision" was re-installed at the UAB Callahan Eye Hospital after restoration.
- 2013: Activist Angela Davis addressed the Birmingham NAACP at 6th Avenue Baptist Church.
- 2012: Gallery Soleil closed.
- 2008: Pleasant Sabine Baptist Church dedicated a new sanctuary and installed a new pastor.
- 2008: "Vanishing Worlds: Art and Ritual in Amazonia" opened at the Birmingham Museum of Art
- 2007: Icon Restaurant and Bar opened to the public.
- 2007: Southern Magic's Romance in the Magic City romance novel writers' conference began.
- 2006: Cirque du Soleil made its Birmingham debut with "Delirium" at the BJCC.
- 2004: Residents of Pinson voted to become an incorporated city.
- 1995: Senator Howell Heflin announced he would not seek re-election.
- 1986: First Baptist Church of Birmingham held its first service at its new building in Homewood on Easter Sunday.
- 1979: The Birmingham Fire and Rescue Service strike ended.
- 1979: The Police played a concert at Brother's Music Hall.
- 1968: James Earl Ray bought the rifle he used to kill Martin Luther King, Jr at Aeromarine on Airport Highway.
- 1942: The U.S. Army Replacement and School Command established a secret headquarters on the 10th and 11th floors of Jefferson Hospital.
- 1874: Elyton held a municipal election, with Charles Walker winning the office of Mayor.
- 2019: Former WSGN-AM deejay June "Miss Midnight" Wetzel died in Holly Springs, Mississippi.
- 2015: Architect Alberto Chiesa died.
- 2015: Former Avondale Mills CEO Donald Comer III died.
- 2014: Stage manager Eagle Phillips died.
- 2013: Mal Moore, former Alabama Crimson Tide football player, coach, and athletic director, died.
- 1920: Real estate executive Andrew Fulenwider died in Birmingham.
- 1857: State geologist Michael Tuomey died in Tuscaloosa.