Birmingham Taking Votes on Potential New Logo

Birmingham Taking Votes on Potential New Logo

(City of Birmingham, Dec. 31, 2017)

BIRMINGHAM, MI – The City of Birmingham is asking its residents and business owners for input into the design of a possible new city logo.  The logo project began more than a year ago and culminates in a city-wide survey which asks for input and preferences on the design of six logos, which include the city’s current logo.

There are several ways to participate in the logo survey process. Starting January 2, 2018, residents and business owners may:

Go to the SurveyMonkey site at: com/r/newyearnewlogo and take the electronic version of the survey;

Fill out a paper copy and drop off the survey at:

– City Hall, 151 Martin St.

– Baldwin Public Library, 300 Merrill, or

– NEXT, 2121 Midvale St.

Go the Birmingham city website at:, or

Respond to an email invite.

The city will accept only one response per email, and residents are encouraged to vote anytime in the month of January to rank the six logo choices. After the campaign ends, results will be compiled and presented to the City Commission for review.

The current logo includes a graphic of a green tree next to the words “City of Birmingham” in script, and shows a winding roadway, believed to represent Woodward Ave. The current design is more than 20 years old.

“We are looking forward to gathering this very important information,” said Andrew Harris, City of Birmingham Mayor. “There’s been a push to refresh the current logo, and we want to make sure there is input from the entire community. We want to know what the public thinks.”

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