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Bluff Park" and "Images of America: Have you seen a story about Bluff Park that we are not referencing here? Is there something that should be listed on this page and is not? Let us know by sending us an e-mail. Be specific send us a link, tell us where and when you saw it, etc. Remember, stories that are about or affect Bluff Park only. Photo Courtesy of Tish Bagley. Check out the results here. Check it out here. Check out the story by al.
Check out the article by Jon Anderson of the Birmingham News here. Check out the article here. For news coverage of the event, click here for the Shelby County Reporter story , click here for the Birmingham News story and click here for a slide show of the event. Check out the story here. For more information, check out their Facebook page. The public is welcome to attend. Jabo Waggoner and State Rep.
Paul DeMarco in attendance. For the Birmingham News story by Val Walton, click here. Click here for a slideshow. Don't be the last to know. Read the entire story here. You can read it here. Click here for more info. Read about the changes taking place at the school. Part I is now posted. This is a BluffParkAL. Take a look at the story here. Check out Gary's web site here. Take a look at it here. Over half ton of donations have now been sent to soldiers in Iraq thanks to the Bluff Park and Hoover community.
Take a look at the latest items shipped here. Read the story here. Call Mike Hearn today for all of your home improvement needs. The contact information can be found on our Businesses page. To see it click here story takes a few minutes to load, so be patient. Williams of the Birmingham News has written an article on two Bluff Park stay-at-home moms who put together a thriving business. Call James for all your drain cleaning needs.
Click here for more information. Go see Lou Stanton for all of your automotive service needs. Take a look at the story here and catch a show up there. Their schedule is listed on their web site. This plan requires Adobe Acrobat Reader in order to open it. Once you have clicked on the link and it has opened, save it to your hard drive for future reference. Everyone is invited to attend.
Take a look at them here. Sampson Family Dentistry and Moonlight on the Mountain. Check out the article from the Birmingham News here. If you are interested in serving on the party committee, please send an e-mail with your contact information to info bluffparkal.
We'll try to keep it as up-to-date as possible as we receive information from the city. To read the story click here. For details on the meeting, please click here. In case of rain, it is Sunday, October 4, noon till 6: For more information click here. Read the article in the Birmingham News by Val Walton here. Check out the story and look at the new picture here. Read the Birmingham News story by Val Walton here. Tiffany Ray of the Birmingham news has the story here. Click here to see their banner and their picture.
Ryan Winslow who was killed in Iraq on April 15, Check it out by clicking here. Click here to read article. Take a look at some pictures of the run taken by BluffParkAl. Open to the public. This year they will have Olympian runner Jeff Galloway as a guest runner. Be sure to support this great Bluff Park event by cheering for the runners as they run through your neighborhood.
If you're interested in finding out more or if you're interested in participating, click here to download the brochure. Send your snow pictures to info bluffparkal.
Include your name if you want credit for the pictures, otherwise just include the street they were taken on. Check out the Birmingham News story by Val Walton here and sign up for the service here.
The first crime solved was the burglary of Bluff Park Elementary School. The second crime solved was the robbery at Piggly Wiggly. Read the press release here. We commend the Hoover Police Department for a job well done! Take a look at the rules and start sending in your pictures. With Christmas coming up, we have a lot of announcements being posted.
Click here to read it. Bluff Park has historically had the highest voter turnout of any part of Hoover and this is an important election. Make Cason has an article regarding both candidates in today's Birmingham News. Also check out the information submitted by the Bluff Park Art Association on the Community Billboard page regarding this event. Please click on the Home page for more information.
Please go to the Community Billboard page to read the letter. The article mentions that the candidates plan on attending the Bluff Park "All for One" event on Saturday, so make sure you come out and say hello to the candidates. Folks, lock your cars at night! Check the page out and if you can think of any other numbers that would be beneficial to the Bluff Park community, send an e-mail to info bluffparkal.
This area is in un-incorporated Jefferson County, so the Hoover City Council does not have authority regarding this issue.
Although this is not in Bluff Park, it will impact Bluff Park. Time is TBA, but mark your calenders. This year's event promises to be spectacular. If you would like to be on the committee, please send an e-mail to info bluffparkal. Click here to see why. We've known the Schweigerts for many years and their story is truly an inspirational one. If you ever run into Paul around Bluff Park, say hello to him.
He'll be the one driving a truck with a large cross in the back, you can't miss him. Check out the story in the Birmingham News here. Click here to read them. Included in the stories are some good tips for Easter , some information regarding the city's purchase of land adjacent to Simmons MS and Gwin ES , and some pretty neat information about that property that you may not have been aware of. Check out her story. Coker said the Bluff Park community, in particular, has done a good job of reporting and raising awareness about crime.
For every females age 18 and over, there were As of the census of , there were 84, people, 32, households, and 22, families residing in the city.
There were 35, housing units at an average density of There were 32, households out of which The median age was 37 years.
Hoover is served by two interstate highways, 65 and , with a major interchange near the center of the city. Major arterial roads include U. Route 31 as a north-south route through the middle of the city, U. Route in the eastern portion of the city, Route as an east-west road connecting the city center to the western side, and Valleydale Road connecting Route 31 and Route Hoover is served by Hoover City Schools. Reflecting the socioeconomic profile of parents of the students, both schools have ranked high for excellent academics, being rated close to the top five-hundred schools in the country.
During the school year, some 2, students enrolled in Hoover High School,  1, in Spain Park High School,  with a total of 11, students in the Hoover City School system. Berry Middle School, which served as the city's first high school before the present Hoover High was constructed, was closed after the academic year.
A poll of residents in favored selling the school, possibly to the independent Shades Mountain Christian School. Given the population expansion, the city built Riverchase Elementary to relieve overcrowding of some schools. The student population bubble is advancing in the system, and in the academic year, Bumpus Middle School and its students were relocated to the former freshman center of Hoover High School. The former Berry site became the current Bumpus Middle School in Brock's Gap served 5th and 6th graders until when Hoover Rezoning went into effect.
They now serve 3rd, 4th, and 5th graders. Bumpus Middle School served only 7th and 8th graders until because of Hoover Rezoning. They now serve 6th, 7th, and 8th graders. The Birmingham Supplementary School Inc. The school opened on September 1, DirecTV and Dish Network provide direct broadcast satellite television, including both local and national channels.
No radio stations operate from Hoover, although residents are served by numerous stations from the Birmingham market. Three newspapers serve Hoover: From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. City in Alabama, United States. City of Hoover, AL.
United States Census Bureau. Plus, she had access to the photos that would be needed for a pictorial book. Skaggs, graduate of Hoover High School who now works as an assistant and manager at the Alford Avenue Veterinary Clinic, said her desire was to produce a good print-version pictorial on the history of Bluff Park, not only for the current residents there but also for people who aren't familiar with it or who may have an interest in moving there.
Arcadia Publishing plans to print 1, copies of "Bluff Park" for the first printing, which is typical for most of the company's Images of America books, Sexton said. Arcadia has published about 90 books on places and subjects in Alabama, including about 15 in the Birmingham-Hoover metro area, Sexton said. It's also available online at amazon. Her first book signing is scheduled for 4 p.
To see more news from Hoover, go to www. The release date for the book is Feb. The impression that this article gives is that the residents of Bluff Park have lost interest and thus things are starting to fizzle. The premise of the story should have been that we are slow to get started in the watch program, not that there is no interest.
Although our survey showed that Our biggest stumbling block is getting past the "knowing your neighbor" objection, which is something that we are working on.
But don't let this story discourage you from continuing what we started last year. No other neighborhood in Hoover has the backing of its residents like Bluff Park. The story also implied that only one person is responsible for the Bluff Park Neighborhood web site. While it is true that only one person types in the characters, if you were at any of the meetings we had and looked around you, you would know that everyone is involved.
We hope you found it easy to use. The results are interesting. Here they are, one question at a time: I don't have the time The number one factor holding people back is that they don't know their neighbors well enough. This is an understandable reason. We're going to forward the results to Ofc. Look for further information soon. In the meanwhile, the next time you see your neighbor outside, walk over and introduce yourself and have a chat.
It doesn't matter what the subject is. It could be about the weather a popular topic when at a loss for anything else , the kids, how good the Bluff Park web site looks or starting a Neighborhood Watch Group.
With the surveys, which are anonymous, we hope to find out what you want out of your web site, what the general feeling about Bluff Park is, and what the views on certain topics are.
We'll do multi-question surveys Up to 10 questions and we'll also have mini-surveys 1 question. Since the topic over the past couple of weeks has been the Neighborhood Watch, why don't we start with a brief survey on how you feel about it. Simply click here to begin. Remember, it's totally anonymous and the only information we receive are the answers to the questions, which we will post here in about a week.
The meeting will begin at 6: Management has distributed flyers and refreshments will by served courtesy of Piggly Wiggly. Brian Foreman for more details at or call the Management Office at It is time to get busy with this, so read the changes and also Heather's story. He wrote the letter after witnessing an armed robbery at the Piggly Wiggly.
This community came together and we were successful in having a police sub-station open in Bluff Park. Well, this is only half the battle.
Just because we have a sub-station doesn't mean that the criminals avoid Bluff Park. It may be a deterrent. We met on November 14th for a very informative meeting with Ofc.
Foreman of the Hoover PD. We said we would form Neighborhood Watch Groups. With the exception of a couple of blocks, we haven't done it. And the businesses who were very vocal about crime have also not formed the Business Watch. What are we waiting for? Since the site was started, we have received a number of calls and e-mails from just outside our community about crimes, including burglaries, asking us to post the information.
We have to explain that we only post information about Bluff Park, but this just goes to show that the criminals are still working. We have received many compliments about the web site and we thank all of you that have e-mailed us for the compliments. Now we are asking that all the blocks in Bluff Park get their act together and form the Watch Groups.
It doesn't take much time and can benefit you a great deal. Would you rather call him? Well, you're in luck! He can be reached at This lead him to contact the Birmingham Water Works Board to question the bill. It seems that Mr. Sharpe's bill was not the only one that may have been wrong.
Other Bluff Park residents might also be affected. Read the entire story by Mike Cason in the Birmingham News by clicking here. DeMarco's e-mail stated Feb. We'll confirm with Mr. DeMarco and update on this site as we get the information. Update - We received an e-mail from Mr. DeMarco confirming the cancellation. He will let us know the new date when he has it. The event will take place on Tuesday, February 27th from 5: This will be an informal reception to give all Hoover residents an opportunity to speak with their legislative delegation before the Alabama Legislature convenes on March 6th.
Let's make every effort to be well represented at this town hall meeting with State Rep. DeMarco, so mark your calendars. Stop by there today for some pre-grand opening specials they are offering or check out their web site. Remember, our sponsors are what keeps this web site going, so visit them often and thank them for supporting Bluff Park.
We already have a History Section on the web site. You can find it at the bottom of the Information Page. Heather is going to take the history a step further by taking a journey through Bluff Park and profiling some of the historic homes, areas and districts located in Bluff Park.
She will also be listing books about Bluff Park history and where to find them. If you would like to submit a site or a home that Heather should visit in her journey, send her an e-mail to heather bluffparkal.
Heather also has a new article in Heather's Corner , so check it out. We banded together after an unfortunate event and were able to get something that we were told could not be done: Let's keep the momentum going! This year we will outline other projects that Bluff Park residents have brought to our attention that may need to be looked at. Do you have a concern about Bluff Park that we can bring up on the web site?
Send your ideas to info bluffparkal. Other plans that we have are to continue the Neighborhood Watch program. We have it started. Some neighborhoods have already become organized, but others have not. Let's get busy with this, folks. Another project will be for the parents school children in Bluff Park. We'll be organizing a meeting with Hoover Police School Resource Officers to give some of you an education on what to look for in your children's ventures on the internet.
The internet is a great thing. But it can also be a dangerous thing, especially for children. We'll post information here when it becomes available. Here they are, from 1 to 10 with headlines as they read in the paper: In it he mentions "presents" to many people in Hoover. Bluff Park residents were also mentioned as "recipients" of a present: The residents of Bluff Park got the substation they wanted. Kudos to the Bluff Park folks for being well organized and well mannered in the way they handled town hall meetings with the city council and police department.
On Tuesday, October 31, at The Hoover police tell me the statistics do not warrant a need for an officer just for Bluff Park. I know many of you do as well, because you have told me of your cars being broken into, or lawn equipment stolen, or concerns stemming from the Piggly Wiggly robbery.
Bluff Park merchants and I need your help to keep this a great community. Obviously, the police disagree with us, so we need to go above them and talk to Mayor Petelos. I am asking all my customers to flood his phone line with your concerns. Mayor Petelos called us today. Since we are already having a meeting scheduled for Tuesday, November 14 at 7: Mayor Petelos, along with several council members and police representatives, will be on hand to deliver information as to what is being done by the city in Bluff Park.
There will be a short Question and Answer session for the mayor, council members and police representatives. The mayor did not want to disclose the contents of the follow-up at this time. In order to save from having two meetings on two separate evenings, we felt it would be better to have the follow-up prior to the Neighborhood Watch meeting. Please let your friends and neighbors know about the meeting. Having a turnout like we did on September 12 will show the solidarity that we have in Bluff Park.
Please check back on this page for further updates, which we intend to post. We will post more details as they become available. Please make a note of the date and notify your neighbors regarding this meeting. We also realize that this meeting is one day before the Neighborhood Watch meeting Tuesday, November 14 at 7: Again, the Mayor's office scheduled the Nov.
Check back here for more details over the next few days. What changes have you seen? What have you noticed? We want to know, as we're sure all other Bluff Park residents would also.
Send us your comments, short or long to info bluffparkal. We are going to create a page with all of your comments. If you want your comment to be anonymous, just let us know by writing "Please don't post my name", and we'll only use your first name. We'll have our own comments to post as well, and we'll make sure that the non-Bluff Park residents who attended the meeting see them also. If you have praise, then let it be known. If you don't, then let that be known also.
Click here for the responses. The story they did was a very fair and objective piece and deserves mention. To view the video, click here. To read the story, click here.
Heather, a resident of Bluff Park, came to the web site after seeing the many media stories following our neighborhood meeting. I was so sad to hear the things happening in our nice community. This is an area where people move because they feel safe here.
When my husband and I were looking for a home we noticed that a lot of young professionals were moving into the area and updating some of the older homes, " Heather said. Heather's writing and layout design skills comes from her background as Editor-in-Chief of her college newspaper, the Jefferson State Pioneer, her time writing for the Over the Mountain Journal in the late '90s and Hoover High School's student newspaper.
If you have any story ideas that you would like to pass along to Heather, please e-mail her at heather bluffparkal. Here are a few future stories she is working on:
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