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'''East Lake''' is a community and former town which was annexed into [[Birmingham]] on [[January 1]], [[1910]] as part of the [[Greater Birmingham]] annexation campaign. Today the community includes the [[List of Birmingham neighborhoods|neighborhoods]] of [[Brown Springs]], [[Gate City]], [[North East Lake]], [[Wauhoma]], [[Zion City]] and the [[East Lake neighborhood]].
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'''East Lake''' is a community and former town which was annexed into [[Birmingham]] on [[January 1]], [[1910]] as part of the [[Greater Birmingham]] annexation campaign. It is distinguished now as one of 23 "Communities" in [[Birmingham]]'s "[[Birmingham Community Participation Program|Community Participation Program]]". It includes the [[List of Birmingham neighborhoods|neighborhoods]] of [[Brown Springs]], [[Gate City]], [[North East Lake]], [[Wauhoma]], [[Zion City]] and the [[East Lake neighborhood]].
  
The East Lake community is located north of the [[Woodlawn]], east of the [[Crestwood]], south of the [[Roebuck-South East Lake]], and west of the [[Huffman community|Huffman communities]] along [[1st Avenue North]] and [[Interstate 59]], and includes [[East Lake Park]].
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The East Lake community is located north of the [[Woodlawn]], east of the [[Crestwood]], south of the [[Roebuck-South East Lake]], and west of the [[Huffman community|Huffman communities]] along [[1st Avenue North]] and [[Interstate 59]], and includes [[East Lake Park]], the former resort and amusement park which was the centerpiece for the residential development efforts of the [[East Lake Land Company]].
  
 
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Revision as of 10:50, 27 December 2013

This article is about the East Lake community and former town. For other uses, see East Lake community (disambiguation).

East Lake is a community and former town which was annexed into Birmingham on January 1, 1910 as part of the Greater Birmingham annexation campaign. It is distinguished now as one of 23 "Communities" in Birmingham's "Community Participation Program". It includes the neighborhoods of Brown Springs, Gate City, North East Lake, Wauhoma, Zion City and the East Lake neighborhood.

The East Lake community is located north of the Woodlawn, east of the Crestwood, south of the Roebuck-South East Lake, and west of the Huffman communities along 1st Avenue North and Interstate 59, and includes East Lake Park, the former resort and amusement park which was the centerpiece for the residential development efforts of the East Lake Land Company.