|Meeting site||Girls Inc., (map)|
|Meeting day||4th Monday|
|Neighborhood map||Crestwood North|
Crestwood North is a neighborhood in the Crestwood community of Birmingham. It was developed as Woodlawn Heights (also called Woodlawn Highlands) in the early 20th century. Crestwood North comprises approximately 416 acres with a population of 2,162.
The neighborhood is divided from Crestwood South by Crestwood Boulevard and from Woodlawn by the Central of Georgia Railroad. The neighborhood is bounded by East Avondale across 5th Avenue South to the west and by Oak Ridge Park across 62nd Street South on the east. Crestwood Park is in Crestwood North. Immediately to its north is the Girls Inc Crestwood Center (the former Holman School). The neighborhood also includes the former site of the Woodlawn Infirmary (built in 1896), which was demolished after it caught fire in 2002. The site was redeveloped as single family residences, called Crest Parc.
The Crestwood North neighborhood association meets every 4th Monday at 6:30 PM at the Girls Inc. Crestwood Center. Frank McCrory serves is neighborhood president, Cathy McCreless as vice president, and Olivia Pierce as secretary.
- Claud Cotten
- Scotty Colson, 1985-1998
- Ron Cagle, 2002-
- Frank McCrory, 2006-
- Darrell O'Quinn, 2012-
- Frank McCrory, current
- 2010: 2,162 (15.9% Black)
- 2020: 2,205 (7.0% Black)
- Ford, Gene (May 24, 2005) Woodlawn Highlands Historic District National Register of Historic Places Registration Form National Archives
- Watkins, Jenny (December 16, 2007) "Crestwood's comeback no surprise to residents." The Birmingham News