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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...

List of Qualified Electors of the City of Mountain Brook
with respect to the August 23, 2016 general election

RFP to purchase and install a pre-cast restroom and scoreboard

Poll Workers Needed for the August 23, 2016 City Election

Notice of Public Hearing by City Council
July 25, 2016 at 7 p.m. - Consideration of a Petition for Vacation of a portion of South Cove Drive filed by St. Luke's Episcopal Church.

Mountain Brook receives safest City award

Notice of polling location change
Effective August 23, 2016, the Locksley Fire Station No. 2 polling location will be closed. Voters assigned to this precinct will vote at Mountain Brook Community Church, 3001 U. S. Highway 280, 34243.

2016 Paving Projects

City achieves ISO Class 2 Fire Rating

Mountain Brook Ranked #2 in Nation

2016 Election Dates

City of Mountain Brook Redeems $3.7 Million of Debt

Updated Parks/Recreation Handbook

Absentee Ballot Information
Click on the links for information and/or an absentee ballot application form.

2016 Archives

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2014 Archives

2013 Archives

Monday, July 25 2016
  City Council 7pm
Tuesday, August 23 2016
  City of Mountain Brook Election 7a-7p
Tuesday, October 4 2016
  City of Mountain Brook Runoff 7a-7p
Tuesday, November 8 2016
  General Election 7a-7p

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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,  Rathmell Park, English Village, and Mountain Brook Elementary playing field.  Other outdoor locations are contemplated.

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.