Oak Ridge Park

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This article is about the Oak Ridge Park neighborhood in Woodlawn. For the neighborhood in Ensley, see Oak Ridge.
Oak Ridge Park
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Birmingham neighborhoods
District(s) 5
Community Woodlawn
Population 1,774
Area N/A
President James Hill
Meeting site New Community Baptist Church, (map)
Meeting day 2nd Monday
Website facebook
Neighborhood map Oak Ridge Park

Oak Ridge Park is a small neighborhood in the Woodlawn community of eastern Birmingham. It lies between I-20 and U.S. Highway 78, east of Crestwood North and west of Gate City and Eastwood. It includes the Harris Homes housing project, Town Park Apartments and Oliver Elementary School.

Oak Ridge Park is in Birmingham City Council District 5. Prior to 2022 redistricting, the tree-covered ridge of Red Mountain in the southeast portion of the neighborhood was counted as part of District 2. School-age children in the neighborhood attend Oliver Elementary, Putnam Middle School, and Woodlawn High School. There are no public parks in the neighborhood. A donated lot was improved by volunteers and support from Home Depot to create the Oak Ridge Park Urban Garden.

The Oak Ridge Park Neighborhood Association meets on the 2nd Monday of each month at New Community Baptist Church on 6th Court South.

Neighborhood presidents


  • 2010: 1,787 (92.3% Black)
  • 2020: 1,774 (84.7% Black)