Woodlawn is about finding your fit. Whether you’ve been around for a minute or are new to the block, the Woodlawn Business District has a built-in support system for people who want to make our community better. Our strong community works together to lower barriers and speed the pathway for women and minority entrepreneurs. As it continues to grow, Woodlawn remains focused on keeping the flavor that’s distinctive to our historic community.


In Woodlawn, a community partnership of Woodlawn Business Association, neighborhood groups and nonprofits REV Birmingham and Woodlawn United are actively applying Main Street’s Four Point Approach with strategies focused around Equitable Entrepreneurship in Woodlawn’s historic business district. From community improvement projects to Woodlawn Street Market, this group of partners is constantly looking for ways to support local entrepreneurs into realizing their dreams and adding to Woodlawn’s vibrancy.