November 4 in the history of the Birmingham District:
- 2020: The 2020 general election was held.
- 2020: The charter application for Magic City Acceptance Academy was approved.
- 2014: The 2014 general election and 2014 Birmingham neighborhood elections were held.
- 2014: Ground was broken for Tuxedo Park assisted living apartments.
- 2008: The 2008 general election was held.
- 2007: Christ the King Anglican Church held its first service.
- 2006: Operation "Taking It to the Streets", part II netted 57 felony and misdemeanor arrests.
- 2006: The AmSouth/Regions merger was finalized.
- 2006: The Bass House Museum in Leeds was formally opened to the public.
- 2006: The first annual Moss Rock Festival kicked off in Hoover.
- 2003: Incumbent Bernard Kincaid won a runoff in the 2003 Birmingham mayoral election.
- 1957: The William Elias B. Davis statue was rededicated at its present location at Hillman Hospital.
- 1936: The first section of Vulcan was hoisted onto the newly-built tower at Vulcan Park on Red Mountain.
- 1946: John Meador, inaugural Dean of UAB Libraries, was born.
- 1890: ASHOF inductee Kirk Newell was born.
- 1854: Poet Laureate of Alabama Samuel Peck was born in Tuscaloosa.
- 1899: Chris Robino was born in Sicily.
- 1844: Jefferson County Commissioner Thomas Parsons was born in Jefferson County.
- 2006: Pastor and civil rights activist Edward Gardner died.
- 1960: Former Birmingham Barons owner Gus Jebeles died in Loxley, Baldwin County.