Birmingham City Council District 4

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Birmingham City Council District Four (District 4) is a legislative district of the City of Birmingham from which one representative on the Birmingham City Council and one member of the Birmingham Board of Education are elected. The city was divided into nine districts to preserve minority (white) representation following a court order issued in "Yarbrough et al v. City of Birmingham)" (1989). Prior to then councilors were elected at-large.

As of 2022, the district has a population of 21,561 residents. It is currently represented by Councilor William Parker.

District Four covers much of northern Birmingham, including the Birmingham-Shuttlesworth International Airport. The district's borders were modified in 2013, adding the Fairmont neighborhood ceded by District 9, the Norwood neighborhood from District 5, and the South Woodlawn neighborhood from District 3, as well as areas in the Maple Grove, Killough Springs and Pine Knoll Vista neighborhoods from District 2. Following the 2020 U.S. census the district was expanded with new area in Killough Springs and North East Lake, but ceded its portions of North Avondale to District 5 and of North Birmingham to District 9.

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