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The City of Mountain Brook was incorporated in 1942 and was the first city in Alabama to operate under the Council-Manager form of government. The Mayor serves as the policy head of the City and the City Council serves as the Legislative Body for the community. The Mayor and the five Council members are elected at-large for four-year terms as the governing authority for the City. The governing authority adopts ordinances, rules and regulations regarding commercial and personal conduct within the City and analyzes present and future community needs. More...

Public hearing Octoberber 13, 2014 at 7 p.m.
Proposal to amend the Chapter 121 of the City Code ("Sign Ordinance")

Public hearing October 13, 2014 at 7 p.m.
Proposal to amend the master development plan for Pilgrim Place (resurvey various lot lines, redesign the entrance and related walls, gate, drainage easement and landscape easement, change the required side setbacks for lots within the subdivision from 12.5 feet to 10 feet and change the name of the private street from "Pilgrim Place" to "Village Place").

Overton Park Closure

Board Appointments/Vacancies

Channel 10 Moving

Amend Chapter 34 of the City Code (Noise Ordinance) with respect to restrictions on the hours of operation of mechanically powered equipment for commercial purposes

“Mountain Brook is the 2nd safest place in Alabama”

Street Paving

Resident’s Survey Results-2014

Take Pride in our City

2014 Archives

2013 Archives

2012 Archives

Thursday, September 18 2014
  Chamber Mtg@7:30am
Monday, September 22 2014
  Council Mtg@7pm

More Events...

We have moved back to 56 Church Street in Crestline Village.

We are pleased to announce that the City provides free WIFI in Crestline Villiage, Overton Park, the High School and adjacent Athletic Complex, Brookwood Forest Elementary playing field, and Rathmell Park.  More locations are coming soon.

The Mountain Brook Fire Department participated in a joint video project with the members of the Leadership Mountain Brook Class to help educate young people in particular about the dangers of texting while driving.  Please click HERE to view this video.