March 24 in the history of the Birmingham District:
- 2018: Approximately 5,000 people participated in the 2018 March for Our Lives at Railroad Park.
- 2006: A 30-foot tall steel sculpture of a calla lily was installed outside Norton's Florist on 22nd Street South.
- 2006: Compass Bank acquired TexasBanc Holding Company of Fort Worth, Texas.
- 2006: Faith Church of the Nazarene in Hayden was destroyed by fire.
- 2004: Center Point purchased Barber Springs and the adjoining 2.8 acres for what is now Reed-Harvey Park.
- 2000: The Bernice L. Wright Lustron House and the John D. and Katherine Gleissner Lustron House, both on Cahaba Road, and the Lustron House on Columbiana Road were added to the National Register of Historic Places.
- 1995: ConTinuity 1995 began at the Birmingham Jefferson Civic Center.
- 1975: Glenn Messer recreated his historic 1925 Birmingham to Chattanooga demonstration flight from 50 years earlier.
- 1949: The home of Bishop S. L. Green was bombed.
- 1941: Homewood Public Library was established.
- 1929: WAPI-AM joined the National Broadcasting Company (NBC) radio network.
- 1925: Glenn Messer and Jack Turner made a demonstration air mail flight from Roberts Field to Marr Field in Chattanooga, Tennessee and back.
- 1832: The Treaty of Cusseta was signed, ceding all remaining Creek claims in East Alabama to the United States.
- 1983: Baseball player Eric West was born in Birmingham.
- 1979: Baseball player Seth Bobbitt was born in Alabaster.
- 1959: Sprinter Emmit King was born in Bessemer.
- 1941: Drummer Lester Cobb was born.
- 2019: Barber Tony Tarver died.
- 2011: Soul and gospel singer Roszetta Johnson died.
- 2011: Computer technician Rod Abbott died.
- 2007: Long time John's Restaurant and La Paree server Ralph Hicks died.
- 1997: Dance instructor and drummer Dale Serrano, Sr died.
- 1991: Bookmaker Sam Fiorella died.
- 1966: Mafia courier Virginia Hill died in Austria.
- 1933: Birmingham Age-Herald delivery boy T. E. McGiboney was struck and killed by a motorist while working.
- 1916: Social reformer Julia S. Tutwiler died in Birmingham.